Perhaps the highlight of Sony's E3 press conference was the reveal of The Last of Us Part II's gameplay. You might have been too busy toe-tapping along and infatuated by Ellie's happy moment to notice.
At long last, we got another good look at what the gameplay looks like, and it was absolutely fantastic and absolutely vicious. What started off rather nicely at a dance quickly descended into bloody murder with Ellie escaping from bandits.
Naughty Dog continues to raise the bar, and while there's no date attached to The Last of Us: Part II yet, it's looking like it's going to live up to the developer's outrageous legacy.
Sony kicked off its E3 2018 presentation with a banjo performance by Gustavo Santoye, who performed one of The Last of Us' themes. The next time we see Ellie she's thrust back into her harsh surroundings, where she must survive. It was released in 2006 and features on the album Shaken by a Low Sound.Despite its dark symbolism, it's real catchy.
De Niro apologises to Canada for Trump's 'idiotic behaviour'
There is a battle being waged for direction and the future of this nation-a battle between good and evil-and we need to pray. Robert De Niro commented on the results of the G7 summit a day after he took the stage at the Tony Awards to curse Trump.
Uber turns to A.I. to identify drunk riders
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