TLOU 2’s Dina’s Face Model Appears Mortified During Lets Play

Imagine yourself in Cascina Caradonna’s position. After years of hard work, you get the call that you are going to be the face model for a pivotal character in an upcoming blockbuster game. One you believe will go on to sell millions and hit the market with immense acclaim from both gamers and the media. Only to have that dream turned into an absolute nightmare. Continue reading “TLOU 2’s Dina’s Face Model Appears Mortified During Lets Play”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The U.S. NPD Games Chart

The U.S. NPD Group has released its chart for June regarding video games and sales (although there’s more to the “sales” story). With that said, Sony and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part 2 may have topped said chart, but it did not break Marvel’s Spider-Man September 2018 launch month record when it comes to a Sony-published game. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The U.S. NPD Games Chart”

A Significant Portion of Positive Reviews for the Last of Us 2 Have Been Proven Fake

Before delving into the topic proper, it needs to be understood beforehand that the precise ratio of fake reviews is uncertain. This is attributed to skepticism cast towards the tool Sheila Allen utilized to derive the original figures. What is not in contention is the fact a significant portion of them are indeed fake. Continue reading “A Significant Portion of Positive Reviews for the Last of Us 2 Have Been Proven Fake”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops UK Charts While Sales Drop 53 Percent Week-Over-Week

The UK Charts for the week ending July 4th, 2020, has arrived and showcases the top ten games so far. The Last of Us: Part 2 remains at the top spot but sales have dropped 53 percent week-over-week. However, Marvel’s Iron Man VR enters as a new entry followed by third-place, which is Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops UK Charts While Sales Drop 53 Percent Week-Over-Week”

Editorial: Will The Last of Us 2 Show Be Canceled?

Even though it is speculative on my part, at this juncture, I believe fierce discussions and contract negotiations are going on between Sony and Warner Media over the future of The Last of Us’ television show. It has become apparent over the prior weeks the IP’s future had more significance for Sony than many previously envisioned. Continue reading “Editorial: Will The Last of Us 2 Show Be Canceled?”

Last of Us 2 Falls to 4th Place During Second Week of Sales in Japan

Sony’s ongoing campaign of insulting detractors by asserting they are bigots while DMCAing content creators, does not appear to be having any success in preventing The Last of Us 2 sales from declining. As prior reported,  sales in the UK have declined by 80% in the game’s second week on the market. No word has emerged on how well sales figures are doing in the United States have been released. Continue reading “Last of Us 2 Falls to 4th Place During Second Week of Sales in Japan”

Last of Us 2 Sales Drop 80%

In prior coverage and in the comments I postulated that the likely outcome for The Last of US 2 was going to be strong launch week sales followed by a massive drop off similar to other games with great marketing budgets. This theory has now been confirmed by the GfK sales charts in the U.K., as reported by GamesIndustry.biz. As The Last of Us 2 has seen an 80% drop in sales week over week. Continue reading “Last of Us 2 Sales Drop 80%”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The UK Charts

The UK Charts for the week ending June 27th, 2020, has arrived and showcases the top ten games so far. Although FIFA 20 and Grand Theft Auto V are on the list, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been bumped off. Taking the place of the first-person shooter is Sony and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part 2. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The UK Charts”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Sales Reach 4 Million In 3 Days, According To Sony

Sony and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part 2 has reportedly broken a record when it comes to PlayStation exclusives. As per a new report, over 4 million people have consumed the game filled to the brim with propaganda topped off by Neil Druckmann and Halley Gross’ appalling writing. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Sales Reach 4 Million In 3 Days, According To Sony”

Editorial: The Last of Us 2 Could Have Been A Good Lesson

The Last of Us 2 is potentially one of the most exceptional missed opportunities in modern gaming. It had the opportunity to present an extremely meaningful and philosophical exploration of the cycle of revenge and what sets it off, but instead mired itself in Druckmann’s self-inserts and “progressive” identity politics. What am I talking about? You are wondering as you ready my execution for heresy. Likely on a pyre if you have any taste, but hear me out on how this could have been a good game. Continue reading “Editorial: The Last of Us 2 Could Have Been A Good Lesson”

The Last Of Us: Part 3 Could Be The Next Thing, Teases Neil Druckmann

Despite The Last of Us: Part 2 stirring up controversy, it looks like the creative director and vice president of Naughty Dog, Neil Druckmann — who is on the Traitors of America master list — already has ideas for The Last of Us: Part 3. In a recent interview, Druckmann teases how he has plans for a third installment in the ongoing series as well as some ideas for a new IP. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 3 Could Be The Next Thing, Teases Neil Druckmann”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Ending Leaks And Confirms Rumors *Spoilers*

A mouth full of fingers, a deflated Abby with a dyke haircut, a disturbing beach fight, a muscly and bloody Ellie, and erroneous flashbacks are just pieces of The Last of Us: Part 2’s ending. With story’s plots sinking lower than Neil Druckmann and Halley Gross’ GPA, you can see the game’s ending right here without spending any cold hard cash on The Last of Us: Part 2. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Ending Leaks And Confirms Rumors *Spoilers*”

Sony Copyright Strikes Jeremy of Geeks and Gamers Twitter Account

Let us deal with the elephant in the room before getting into the crux of this story. Some will inevitably argue it is unfair to say “Sony Copyright struck Jeremy’s Twitter Account” because MUSO did. Simply this is like saying the mafia isn’t responsible for what their commissioned goons do. It is an absurd claim. If Sony doesn’t like their name associated with this behavior, then they should call up their contracted partner MUSO and tell them to stop. Till then, MUSO’s actions are done on behalf of Sony, as Sony contracted them to be done, so Sony will be blamed for them. Continue reading “Sony Copyright Strikes Jeremy of Geeks and Gamers Twitter Account”