Uncharted developer Naughty Dog’s next game is The Last of Us, and it looks incredible. It follows Ellie and Joel, two survivors trying to make it across a post-apocalyptic wasteland that was the United States. Originally, it looked like an action horror game with its apocalyptic setting and Cordyceps zombies, but while those elements remain, they aren’t the focus. This new trailer, which you can watch after the jump, focuses on another horror that inhabits the world–humans.
Naughty Dog’s next game is the post-apocalyptic PS3 exclusive The Last of Us. It follows Ellie and Joel, two people who are merely trying to survive in a world where humanity has been almost completely wiped out by a mutated form of the Cordyceps fungus. This fungus has adapted to infect humans, creating a freaky fungified creature that’s sort of like the mutant offspring of a mushroom and Left 4 Dead’s infected.
Developer Naughty Dog is adamant that this is not a horror game, but there’s no denying its strong horror influences, especially when it comes to these sexy fungus zombies. Head past the break for an uncomfortably close look at these things. READ MORE
Uncharted developer Naughty Dog’s next project is an exciting one. It promises an epic tale of survival in a world where humanity’s been decimated by a mutated form of the Cordyceps fungus. As if the Romero and rage zombies weren’t enough already, now we have mushroom zombies, and I despise mushrooms. They’re all slimy and they sit on your plate like they just know.
The PS3 exclusive survival adventure game The Last of Us still doesn’t have a solid release date other than its nebulous 2012/2013 window, but I’m totally willing to wait for Naughty Dog to work their magic on this one. Head past the break for a fresh batch of screenshots from the latest issue of Game Informer. READ MORE
First off, fuck you for calling your game The Last of Us. Do you have any idea how difficult that makes it for me to come up with awesome titles for these news blurbs, when I have to include that awkward name? While the game’s stunning trailer debut consisted entirely of in-game footage, it’s difficult trying to scour every pixel when everything is moving. The good thing about screenshots is they’re like me — unmoving and here for your viewing pleasure.
The Last of Us is being developed by Naughty Dog, the studio behind one of the most graphically amazing series of this generation. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this is a beautiful game. Head past the break for a few more screenshots of this intriguing PS3 exclusive! READ MORE
I’m still patiently waiting to see some gameplay from The Last Of Us. In the mean time, we can all enjoy so motion capture awesomeness, and then see the results past the break. You can also learn a bit about your main voice actors.
It’s no secret the world is ending this year. There are just too many ways for it all to come to a crashing halt, whether it’s by alien invasion, zombie infection, nuclear fallout, or any number of other possibilities — the point is, tell your loved ones how you feel because we’re all going to die. While I’m spreading some truth sauce on you, you should know there’s a pretty good chance a majority of us will die slowly and very painfully. You could be eaten alive by the hungry undead, die of radiation sickness, or you could find yourself in an alien’s sex dungeon where it probes you daily until it grows tired of you and blasts you with its Raygun.
Once January 2013 rolls around there probably won’t be many of us left. Our once glorious civilization, founded on the idea that you can call someone a douchenozzle and not get reprimanded because everything you say online is anonymous. However, there is still some hope. Sure, most of us will meet with gruesome deaths, but there are some here that will survive. How long you survive is entirely up to how intelligent, physically fit, and resourceful you are. If you’d like to increase your chances of making it in the inevitable apocalypse, here are ten games coming out this year that can help you out. READ MORE
Remember when I asked you to tell me what your favorite (and least favorite) horror games of 2011 were? I realize that was way back in 2011 so it might be a little hazy, but it happened, and now I have the results. After slaving away over a hot computer, picking through thousands of votes across 13 categories, I now have your winners.
The biggest surprise came from how many times Dead Space 2 and Dead Island butted heads, fighting for first place; apparently you all love those two games (and for good reason). So without further ado, let’s see who the winners are! READ MORE