The Last Of Us 2 is finally here, and it’s not a huge departure from the first game.
It’s still going to be a very much shooter game, but it’ll also be a lot more fun.
The gameplay itself isn’t exactly going to blow you away, but the atmosphere is really going to kick ass.
It won’t be the most spectacular of shooters, but we know that the studio behind the game, Naughty Dog, is going to make it look great.
We already know that Ellie is going through some kind of traumatic and horrific experience, but now we know the real tragedy.
It sounds crazy, but Ellie is literally going through the horrors of being a human being in the midst of the human race.
It really does seem like a game that takes a lot of its gameplay inspiration from the original game.
And, really, it’s about as close to the original as you can get without going into too much detail.
This game will have a lot to do with how you play Ellie, so we’re going to have to wait and see if that’s the case.
What we know so far is that Ellie will be an assassin, a survivor, a doctor, and a lot about her personality and her relationships with others will be revealed.
You’ll learn about the people who love her, the people that hate her, and the people in between.
This isn’t a game about survival.
You can’t just go in there and kill them all.
But it does open up a lot, and we have some of the same elements that the first entry did, in the sense that you can go in and kill people for fun and also to learn about your characters.
There are a lot less guns.
And there are a ton more weapons.
You’re going through Ellie’s flashbacks, where you’re going back and forth between her and Joel, and you can kill people and listen to them talk.
There’s also a new mechanic that you’ll discover that we haven’t seen before, in which you can listen to the conversations that Ellie has with other people in her world.
This will open up Ellie’s relationship with the world.
She’s still trying to figure out who she is, but she’s really struggling with the notion that she’s a bad person who’s done wrong.
It’ll be a big departure from The Last, where Joel was always the most fun, but this time, Ellie’s going to get the benefit of a lot deeper, more emotional conversations with other characters.
Ellie’s also going to learn a lot from Joel, like how he’s a really good father, and how he really cares about people.
This time, she’ll have to figure this stuff out herself.
It looks like Ellie’s probably going to want to keep playing through the entire game with a lot fewer people around, which is why you’ll be able to keep a gun in your pocket.
It will also be possible to have a conversation with people at the same time, and they’ll react to your voice in the same way that you would to someone else.
We’ve already seen Ellie’s interactions with people in the first-person shooter genre, and this time around, they’ll all be voiced by different people, as well.
Ellie will have to navigate the city of New York in a way that she never has before.
She’ll be dealing with people who are both dangerous and sympathetic, and she’ll also have to deal with some pretty big decisions.
You get to make some big choices about your relationship with Ellie, and even some of your own mortality, when you decide to take Ellie’s gun, which you’ll do at some point during the game.
You could even take it and turn it on yourself.
It might even make you a hero.
You might be a great soldier, or a bad one.
You’ve got to decide who to be, or who to leave behind, or what you want to do next.
You also get to choose whether or not you want the game to end, but if you choose the latter, you’ll get to keep that gun, as Ellie is still alive and can use it to kill people.
You do get to use Ellie’s weapon in the sequel, but you won’t necessarily get to get it to do the things you want.
You have to save her, you have to help her find her family, and there’s a lot that’s going on with Ellie in the game that will probably feel a little more dramatic than in The Last.
That said, it will be really cool to play with Ellie as a character, and I’m really excited about that.
I think Ellie will grow, and Joel will also grow as a person.
The game is also going in a direction that we’ve been wanting to see for a while.
The sequel is set in a post-apocalyptic world, so it has to be an entirely different tone from the one that The Last had. But