Understanding The Last of Us Part II | Girlfriend Reviews

We have a very special, very different video for you all today. This isn't a review of The Last of Us Part II. This is an understanding of The Last of Us Part II. #tlou2 #TheLastOfUs #NaughtyDog
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  • I just realized something and got goosebumps and didn't know where else to go to say this: but a very insignificant scene in part 1 foreshadowed Joel's death. Bill said: Once upon a time, I had somebody that I cared about, and in this world that shit's only good for one thing: getting ya killed... As Joel softened up to Ellie over the years, he was not the same type of person who would let Abby die by clickers. Him caring for Ellie got him killed in some way. He wouldn't have saved Ellie either and Abby would have never come for him. Dunno why that hit me.

    Florentin FrrokajFlorentin Frrokaj2 saatler önce
    • “No matter how hard you try, you can’t escape your past” -Joel in Part I

      Geralt of TriviaGeralt of Trivia14 dakika önce
  • Some of the problems with the game story comes how game treats Abby far more favorable compared to Ellie, the story it self is full of flaws on how certain characters act. The whole revenge and forgiveness seems hollow when both character go on killing sprees without remorse.

    angel7661angel766110 saatler önce
  • Great review one of the few that kept me engaged without having someone complain all way through. What I think would of made more of an impact would have been making the player finish off Joel during Abby section. Having to hit square knowing we be delivering killer blow to the head

    Jason FranquezJason Franquez10 saatler önce
  • I think naughty dog made this game with an overexpection of the amount of empathy its gamers have

    JyWangJyWang12 saatler önce
  • THE DAY 2 CROSSOVER. THEY LITERALLY WERE IN THE HOSPITAL AT THE SAME TIME HFHFHFFUHUHhuHSuhu neil you GENIUS

    Kian KlineKian Kline13 saatler önce
  • Spot on. Easily one of the best and most emotionally challenging games I’ve ever played. Thanks for articulating the merits. Whether you like the story or not (which I do), this is a damn brave and interesting work of art.

    Dan McVeyDan McVey15 saatler önce
  • The best comments ive ever seen on these games. I dont know if i can forgive abby for killing joel, but id like to try. Joel: if god gave me the chance, id do it all over again. Me: i agree joel (plays tlou 37x through)

    Kyle AlexanderKyle Alexander16 saatler önce
  • If a game has to be explained the game itself has failed. The death of Joel is not hated simply because he dies but because he dies in an unbelievable, undeserved way. Many do not sympathize with Abby because the game tried to make her a better person than she actually was. The bad writing, bland characters, and that end. This game was certainly ambitious but you're coating mediocre with the likes of Tarantino killed me a little.

    Jacob MulliganJacob Mulligan18 saatler önce
    • Jacob Mulligan you’re acting as if the original was some trailblazer of original story telling, it wasn’t. The first one was rather tropey and honestly felt safe in many areas. The one thing that this story have over that one was that it took some risks. And I’m pretty sure you’re doing a disservice to the people are praising the story by claiming it’s just because of putting scenes out of order. And what was the suspension of disbelief are you going on about? Joel and his brother were on security patrol (one of the job of security patrol is to help out travelers and even bring them in in case they are hurt) when a horde start chasing them where they ran into Abby who was suggest going back to her hideout, with no option Joel and Tommy follow her and that resulted in Joel’s death. Why does suspension of disbelief is needed there? And Abby does work as a character because in the first half of the game you are suppose to view her as the bad guy until the switch (one of the game theme is looking at things from other people perspective for Christ sake). Sound like you’re just piss that you didn’t get to kill her. Dina wasn’t even aware that she was pregnant when she And there was plenty of character development in this game so you have to be blind as a bat to not see it or you are just trying to make your criticism of the sound smarter by adding that in. You may not like the character development but it is there. Also Dina being pregnant is suppose to make her similar to Mel (another pregnant lady) as well as Ellie choosing to prioritize revenge over getting her back to safety until after she killed a pregnant woman, showing just how obsess she was with killing Abby. Are you asking why Dina told Ellie she was pregnant? Well, remember in the beginning, Owen told Abby that Mel was pregnant in hopes that Abby would drop the revenge and head back. I imagine that why’s Dina told Ellie about her pregnancy (she wasn’t even aware of it herself until she got to Seattle).

      ryne greenryne green12 saatler önce
    • @ryne green The story isn't hard to understand, it's incredibly generic but people act as though putting the scenes out of order makes it profound. I also don't care if Joel has a heroes death but his death only works with suspension of disbelief. His death is the catalyst for the plot but it doesn't work in terms of sense. Abby doesn't work because she kills joel before we know anything about her and then the game tries to get you to emphathise with her. Its incredibly blatant as well as making us question ellie and our original desire for revenge as a player. Im not even gonna go into the bad writing, the forced emotions, the weird choice to have a pregnant woman on the front lines, suspension of disbelief, lack of character development etc...

      Jacob MulliganJacob Mulligan12 saatler önce
    • So the developers have to hold your hand in order for you to understand the story (that frankly wasn’t that hard to understand)? And what about Joel’s death “undeserved”? Did the man not shot up a building full of people and kill the only doctor who could create a cure? Whether it was justified or not, there would still be consequences regardless. If you felt like Joel should had gotten a “hero’s death”, you should be aware that no character get a hero death in this series. As of now, every character that died in this series died in a gruesome, violent way so what make Joel the exception? And if you can sympathize with Joel who did the arguably worst thing of the two, I don’t see how you can’t sympathize with Abby, someone who life was ruined by Joel’s action and took away someone important to her. It isn’t bad writing because you couldn’t understand or like the writing nor was the ending bad.

      ryne greenryne green13 saatler önce
  • I finally finished this game and Yall really about to make me cry more...

    C.L. CannonC.L. Cannon20 saatler önce
  • Music at @3:04

    Keenen HoedemakerKeenen Hoedemaker22 saatler önce
  • You two’s reaction to Abby nearly killing Dina was exactly like my reaction when watching it for the first time.

    Vance JacobsVance JacobsGün önce
  • I just finished the game after putting it off for a month or so. Not sure how to feel, but I found this video very insightful, and fair in relation to deconstructing TLOUP2 and the overwhelming initial hate it received from most. Thanks @Girlfriend Reviews

    Paul CrichtonPaul CrichtonGün önce
  • I agree with everything you said until the ending. Its just hard to grasp that after everything Ellie did to get her revenge and realizing how horrible it was and nearly losing everyone, she still thinks she needs to go kill Abby and abandon her new family. Thats what so hard for me with the ending. Also kinda BS that Ellie didn't at the very least understand Joel's decision to save when she had a Dinas kid.

    Chris ColinChris ColinGün önce
    • PTSD is an awful thing. If you look at her journal beforehand, too, you'll see what the guilt is doing to her mentally and physically, and that's on top of the flashes and her much worse physical state. As someone who sees a happy ending being wasted, we understand that she needs to stay, but in her shoes, we can see she desperately needs her closure.

      iisanulquiorrahara8iisanulquiorrahara820 saatler önce
  • I also tried not to press square at the end. Knew it would not work, but I had to try. I actually replayed LOU 1 just to see if I had a choice at the end. Good thing is, if a studio can do games like this, cinema during a pandemic is saved!

    Martin MiguelMartin MiguelGün önce
  • This game maybe could be seen from few years down the line as a game ahead of its time.

    NUKENUKEGün önce
  • Not for me but I didn’t like the first one, so the whole “Abby bad” never hit me like it did like people who really loved the first one.

    nulfaternulfaterGün önce
  • Best. Video. Ever. Thank you.

    The-Vella-ciraptorThe-Vella-ciraptorGün önce
  • THANK YOU.

    Servan CastilloServan CastilloGün önce
  • One of the best reviews and plot analysis I ever heard about TLOU2

    Matt LeshmanMatt LeshmanGün önce
  • You have a beautiful soul 🦦

    Dillon BigcraneDillon BigcraneGün önce
  • If you understand both Ellie’s and Abby’s stories then you see past the fog and in way, you won the game. Wow. I won a game that several VERIFIED TRvisionrs didn’t. Honestly thanks ND you made me figure out I’m more of a visionary than pewdiepie will ever be

    Andrew BatesAndrew BatesGün önce
  • when i saw the credits I just wished Ellie could "work with Abby" for a cure. That's all I want. A poetical ending for Ellie.

    Arthur FeuArthur Feu2 gün önce
  • God love this game so much. It's one of the best stories of trauma and tragedy I've seen. Going from hating Abbey to realising that she's so much like Joel. It's so beautiful. If you like slice of life stories, sure that's great. But don't go into a tragedy story expecting anything but that.

    A IA I2 gün önce
  • what a great video!

    David SljivicDavid Sljivic2 gün önce
  • Neil druckman not naughty dog thanks

    MeoWaveMeoWave2 gün önce
  • It's shit. They did it for shock value where we were looking for the continuing story of Joel and Ellie not a revenge story and the loss of a loved character. I appreciate what they did but not happy overall. Disappointed.

    Ancient_OneAncient_One2 gün önce
  • So you're basically saying that people who didn't like the game lacked understanding? Absolute nonsense, just because it's explained doesn't make it good. A pregnant woman fighting on the front lines to create drama and Abby playing with dogs to make her seem good is lazy writing.

    Ross PaulRoss Paul2 gün önce
  • well said

    Leisure LarryLeisure Larry2 gün önce
  • The only problem I had with the story was that it jumped back and forth so much. That would've been fine if I was playing and finishing the game in a few days, but I just don't have time to do that. I played and finished it over the course of about three weeks...so several things didn't hit me the way they should have probably. I actually enjoyed playing with Abby. She was aggressive and had some great weapons.

    Chris HarmonChris Harmon2 gün önce
  • As someone who has also lost a father I appreciate this game for the reasons you said, but I think they could have gotten the same effect with a different narrative choice

    WonderBredWonderBred2 gün önce
  • Hey guys, thank you for this brilliant review! Love your channel, keep up the great work! One question: What`s that track from 5:36 to~6:10 ?

    Dan ChoDan Cho2 gün önce
  • I mean irl if somebody killed somebody I love, even if he had good reasons I would still seek revenge bc realistically no forgiveness and revenge bad will make me feel better after watching someone I love getting beaten to death and even worse, the other person doesn't show any type of remorse or sadness

    Una VelaUna Vela2 gün önce
    • @San Blindsnake if somebody killed the person you loved the most in front of you and didn't show remorse or regret, wouldn't you want justice? Plus that perspective only tells me that oh look she is more than just a killer, but the thing is, every murderer is more than just a murderer, having friends won't erase the fact that she killed somebody you loved.

      Una VelaUna Vela49 dakika önce
    • @San Blindsnake i wasn't talking about Joel, I talked about Tommy, Joel is dead, not miserable

      Una VelaUna Vela52 dakika önce
    • @Una Vela "after making a girl and a innocent man miserable." Who is the innocent man? "She has killed lots of people and doesn't show remorse, opposed to Ellie..." So... You think both girls have the same starting point? Same background? Same training? Same life? "If she didn't care about Joel not being just a killer why would I care about her being something more than a hypocritical and apathetic killer." I don't know... Let me think... because you have perspective? Because of Ellie? Because of Lev? Because of good vs evil?

      San BlindsnakeSan BlindsnakeGün önce
    • @Una Vela Abby’s whole arc in Seattle was redemption. Specifically when she went above and beyond to save Yara and Lev, due to her guilt for killing Joel. It wasn’t directly told but she did feel remorse after Jackson. Her interactions with her friends slowly revealed her guilt. When Yara and Lev asked her why she’s helping them despite not owing them anything she replied that it’s due to guilt and that she needed to.

      Nomadic VisionNomadic Vision2 gün önce
    • @San Blindsnake sparing Ellie a couple times without reason doesn't make her any more likeable neither does it erase the fact that she consciously put the same trauma she had on Ellie even after the man he demonized saved her and saw he wasn't just a demon. She still doesn't show any type of pity or unrest after making a girl and a innocent man miserable. She has killed lots of people and doesn't show remorse, opposed to Ellie who is clearly troubled by what she is doing. If she didn't care about Joel not being just a killer why would I care about her being something more than a hypocritical and apathetic killer. We are supposed to forgive somebody who has hurt us beyond measure even when I'm sure nobody irl would forgive the killer who murdered the person they loved the most without feeling remorse or even being uncomfortable.

      Una VelaUna Vela2 gün önce
  • That was the best by far review on the story of tlou2 I have seen by now, I see so much anger on people that simply just want violence when the intention on the story is simply the opposite of that, showing to everyone that even "villains" have they own story, and maybe they are not bad at all if you put yourself in their shoes. I got really connected to Abby, and understand what she passed through and her motives when you get that she is not a monster, but just a person like Ellie with the same goal, you realize that what the lesson here is that you should always listen to the other even if you think they are a bad person.

    Guilherme CirilloGuilherme Cirillo3 gün önce
  • look at what they did to my boy.

    theassholetheasshole3 gün önce
  • The material finding is extremely taxing. But i am among the few who really liked the story. It shows persepective and the very human side of the story (not that tlou1 already did that).

    adrianadrian3 gün önce
  • I love this video. Well done!

    RavTheTankRavTheTank3 gün önce
  • There is supposed to be only one elephant in the room, not multiple elephants.

    Mr. AMr. A3 gün önce
  • This just randomly came up, never played this game or heard about it. But such a well compiled video

    rockerrrrrrrrrrrrockerrrrrrrrrrr3 gün önce
  • I understand what they were trying to do, but honestly they didn't quite stick the landing. Its not a bad game, but its not great either.

    Filip VadasFilip Vadas3 gün önce
    • "they didn't quite stick the landing" Clearly, for some it did...

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
  • I finally finished the game. It was an amazing experience. Very well done review!!!

    Rodney Van der WesthuizenRodney Van der Westhuizen3 gün önce
  • By far one of my favourite reviews on this game. Subscribed!!

    Rylan AllenRylan Allen4 gün önce
  • Understanding ?! Seriously!? The game is not complicated at all!! most of players and streamers and ... didn’t like and it doesn’t mean its complicated or they didn’t get the point . The game is so clear and everybody understands it

    Bardia PashaeiBardia Pashaei4 gün önce
    • @Bardia Pashaei The story is not based in revenge. The character motivations are based on revenge. The story is based in a lot of themes. Revenge is the first, but then you have themes like redemption, society, survival of the fittest, mourning, moving on with life, forgiveness and ultimately... love. Think for a second... The most enraged players are the ones who think this game is all about revenge. Maybe there is a reason...

      San BlindsnakeSan BlindsnakeGün önce
    • @Bardia Pashaei On surface level it does have the theme of revenge, just like the first one was love. But like the first game there’s also underlying themes with the second.

      Nomadic VisionNomadic Vision2 gün önce
    • San Blindsnake the story is based on something and that things is revenge . And you have a brain you can think , and im not saying you can’t like the game , im just saying mu opinion

      Bardia PashaeiBardia Pashaei2 gün önce
    • "most of players and streamers" And that's the best way to not show personality... what others think... Like JamesHLanier told you, most of those guys think this game is all about revenge... So how can we take them seriously?

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
    • @Bardia Pashaei Not really. TLOU2 is about revenge like TLOU1 is about making a cure. It's background and not really what the story is about.

      JamesHLanierJamesHLanier4 gün önce
  • So this was a very thoughtful review, and I realized just how the only one I've heard from a womans perspective. This game was emotionally taxing, sometimes excessively. I do like that you focused on the controversy around the story as I think it's been very overblown. However, the game did seem to trudge on too long, and the gameplay felt relatively unchanged. Also, their are quite a few nonsensical moments on the game, specifically characters popping up out of nowhere and Tommy's complete 180 towards the end. I felt the game was truly groundbreaking in terms of narrative, but not a perfect game

    El CeeEl Cee4 gün önce
  • I actually cried during the last fight because I really didn't want any of them to die and it really looked like Abby was going to die

    JoãoJoão4 gün önce
  • Angry Joe and cr1tical's review makes more sense.

    Rundhille23 PoolRundhille23 Pool4 gün önce
    • @San Blindsnake okay then...

      who you think it iswho you think it is2 gün önce
    • @who you think it is I can't... And what about you? In unbroken logic please...

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
    • @San Blindsnake In unbroken English please.

      who you think it iswho you think it is2 gün önce
    • "This game is about revenge and I have no revenge... noooooooo" This statement comes from the moron you said it makes more sense... Want to rephrase?

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
    • @JamesHLanier Your just afraid of the truth, and what? no it doesn't.

      who you think it iswho you think it is2 gün önce
  • i cant understand the hate towards this game. i thought the story was beautifully made and i enjoyed every second of it. i laughed, i cried, i was on the edge of my seat from beginning to end.

    Mau5Mau54 gün önce
  • Man, i wasn't crying till i watched this. What the heck guys, how are you so amazing at this.

    wafflnatorwafflnator4 gün önce
  • This might be the most appropriate and fair review out there!

    Jayesh GaurJayesh Gaur4 gün önce
  • The thing is Abbys father was going to kill a kid in hopes have saving humanity. He knew there was at least one person who wouldn’t want that to happen if you are going to kill you gotta be prepared to die. No one in this world seems to get that. Like their rational is this person deserves to die because they killed someone I cared about. How is it that that logic is never turned on themselves they never once thought do I deserve to die for the the people I’ve killed. I don’t know how you would be able to stay motivated if it was ever considered.

    TheOpps !TheOpps !4 gün önce
    • JamesHLanier For two things that happen so much there has to be some kinda of logic involved. You can’t tell me that both characters were not thinking logically at all throughout game after their loved ones died. I would have like to see them be confronted and respond to some of the contradictions and hypocritical behaviors.

      TheOpps !TheOpps !3 gün önce
    • It's almost as if obsession and hatred aren't logical or something....

      JamesHLanierJamesHLanier4 gün önce
  • Naughty dog got me so bad. What a f*cking experience. BRAVO

    B LB L4 gün önce
  • This is the only review of this master piece. Thank you so much for this.

    gfbrandaoogfbrandaoo5 gün önce
  • thank you for this video

    NeeekoNeeeko5 gün önce
  • You know the gaming community is toxic when you have to say that they should be kind to one another in the comment section. Yikes. He have to do better than this.

    Marvelous MehMarvelous Meh5 gün önce
  • To me those big plot points are fine, i see potential in that and i get the message they tried to convey. The problems are in the little details like the abrupt change in personality or decision making, in turns making the whole story feels forced and corny. It's not like players hate it because we don't get the deep deep self-reflecting social experiment meaning, it's rejected because it's told with a cautionary tales filled with unjustifiable actions.

    Charles TangCharles Tang5 gün önce
    • People dealing with trauma act in unpredictable ways that don't make sense.

      JamesHLanierJamesHLanier4 gün önce
  • Excellent, articulate, quality review. I just finished the game and thinking back on it as a whole through this video brought me to tears. Thanks for what you guys do and please keep the videos coming!

    pspat101pspat1015 gün önce
  • I would say that Abby is a good character and even a good person but represent in a bad way. The first half of the game, Her actions always look villainous in every way, there is not a single hint that she could be a kind, lovable person, she's pure evil. This didn't happen to Joel, even his actions are more sinister. Now, why is that? The answer "Character development" The basics in creating a character base on 3 things 1.who 2. what 3.why, these elements create an expectation, and that leads to connection and immersion. In the first 15 minutes of TLOU1, we get all we need to connect with the character Joel, we see through Sarah's perspective that Joel is a decent man but a caring father, he protects us at all cost, it is believable that he is a man we can trust, we are a bit connected to him. As we shift from Sarah to Joel, we know "Who" he is, "What" he wants, and "Why" he needs to succeed, those elements create "Expectation" which will be subverted in about 10 minutes later. As we play Joel, we see the plot bit by bit(literally), it prepares us for what to come. After 7 minutes of hell, we finally get some hope up(also get a good emotional rollercoaster), a soldier saved us from those freaks, BUT it turns out he's gonna shoot us, BUT he's hesitated, so we might live, turns out no, he has to kill us, we survived from those shots, BUT he's approaching and ready to kill, BUT Tommy kill him just in time, BUT Sarah got hit and she died. This is simple, straightforward storytelling that subverting expectation perfectly, and also did a great job in character development at the same time In Abby's case, we don't know who she is, we slightly know that she is finding someone, but don't know why. We don't even know what Ellie, Tommy, Joel wants, we had nothing to connect to the story of TLOU2 at all until that point that they pulled a cheap trick right onto our face. kill-off the main character from the last game just to drive the plot(at 2 hours in, that pretty late) but this scene could have been much better if they use this scene to establish something more than the main plot. They could have shown us a hint that Abby and her friends are not entirely evil by hesitation or feeling remorse about killing Joel(or just put the scene where Abby lost her father at the beginning of the game, that will fix everything afterward) So it would be plausible when she spares Ellie many times after. Joel could have said something meaningful that struck into Ellie's or Abby's heart, so his word could be a turning point of those characters. There are many things that they could have done to make this better.

    ธนานันต์ ธรรมโหรธนานันต์ ธรรมโหร5 gün önce
  • This is only reviewer apart from IGN (private one) who liked this game’s radical structure !!!....

    Shahbaz Singh GorayaShahbaz Singh Goraya5 gün önce
  • its not the whole abby killing joel thing. I feel like the discrepencies start with the ending of the last game cause uh.... lets be honest there was no good reason to kill the doctor. He could have just shot him in the foot i mean the man was carrying a scalpel for gods sake.

    4ty Svn4ty Svn5 gün önce
    • @Fran Granados ah, that makes abbys motivation make complete sense then. I was perplexing myself over why she would go as far as to beat him with a golf club, but if we're being completely honest, it still seems mad convenient that nobody wanted to hear or understand why about the other person

      4ty Svn4ty Svn5 gün önce
    • @4ty Svn Firefly mercs take her by force but Marlene stops them from hurting Joel and she explains the situation to him. He refused to let Ellie die and goes on a rampage

      Fran GranadosFran Granados5 gün önce
    • @Fran Granados do the fireflies take ellie or does joel give her to them? genuinely asking

      4ty Svn4ty Svn5 gün önce
    • Joel was absolutely blinded by rage, he also shot Marlene dead even when she was unarmed and pleading for her life

      Fran GranadosFran Granados5 gün önce
  • Pretty please do a Persona 5 Royal Review

    Hunter LeBlancHunter LeBlanc5 gün önce
  • 4:31 the real monster

    Johnny ClaraJohnny Clara5 gün önce
  • Ofc nobody cares how many innocent lives she ended and then decided to forgive Abby. It does not represent what Ellie felt at all. Stop trying to make this game better.

    konnichi wakonnichi wa6 gün önce
    • "how many she ended" Tell me one... Just one... Remember... innocent lives.

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
    • Nobody Ellie has killed was truly innocent. I can't remember someone Ellie has killed who didn't try to kill her first.

      Max MustermannMax Mustermann5 gün önce
  • If the player realises revenge is not worth it they can stop playing and that will be the ending lol

    Uber AllesUber Alles6 gün önce
  • Oh yeah, you're picking up what they're putting down. It's disheartening that so many people had like 25+ hours to take in the game's message and still completely misunderstood it or, perhaps worse, vehemently disagreed with it. But videos and posts like this help to push that back. Great work.

    SemanticV0idSemanticV0id6 gün önce
    • A lot of people are also mad about how the game tries to say Ellie bad, she killed that doggo even though you have no other option or she kills mercilessly even though you can see she hates it while Abby doesn't show no feelings about killing Joel or anybody else, it's kind of hypocritical

      Una VelaUna Vela2 gün önce
  • I forgave her. i didnt want ellie to go through with it. Especially after seeing what abby went thru with being a prisoner - that was enough karma to make up for anything. Killed all her friends/lovers/father/tribe and she became a slave for god knows how long, yea i'd say she suffered the equivalent if not more than Ellie losing one father figure. If you cant understand that then you probably wont ever learn forgiveness; or ur just a hater who likes to feed an empty ego by hating things - ie: a lot of the gaming community.

    Nelson PunNelson Pun6 gün önce
  • Imagine hitting dislike on a video because someone liked a video game you didnt

    Cheston Anglesmith Fancy Man of CornwoodCheston Anglesmith Fancy Man of Cornwood6 gün önce
  • There is something extremely depressing about reading the online reaction to this game after just finishing it. It's literally like...going on such an emotional journey in this game, to sitting and accepting ellies forgiveness towards abby, was such a powerful moment. Something rarely any media can impact me with. Then, seeing everyone online being incapable of that forgiveness...its just sad. Makes me realize there are plenty of people fully motivated by hate, so much so they don't even see it in themselves. For the record, I'm not talking about people who criticize technical points to this game or the story, mainly just talking to the people who left the game angry that ellie didn't kill abby.

    Javie MilanezJavie Milanez6 gün önce
    • @Amar And lets not forget that killing Abby would result in Levs death...

      San BlindsnakeSan Blindsnake2 gün önce
    • Ellie didnt forgive abby. She just let it go knowing killing her wont make her pain stop and the fact that Abby mirrored Joel when she was protecting Lev.

      AmarAmar3 gün önce
    • Im not angry that ellie left abby, its just that they should have backed up that scene with something more relatable instead of that sudden flashback, otherwise, the game is top-notch.

      milo rexharmilo rexhar4 gün önce
  • In some ways, The Last of Us 2 reminds me of Metal Gear Solid 2. I appreciate what they tried to do, but I don't always agree with how they did it. But hey, the response it received practically proves that it accomplished what the creators set out to achieve.

    TheFatalitiesTVTheFatalitiesTV6 gün önce
  • This was wonderfully written. Bravo to both of you.

    gbzmrgbzmr6 gün önce
  • I’ve been a subscriber since I stumbled upon the first video y’all put out. Having just finished the game this week and being aware of all the controversy surrounding it, I’m really thankful you put this video out. Hopefully it each beyond your audience and made some of those angry people think. Keep up the good work!

    Vance PhilipsVance Philips6 gün önce
  • This one and dunkeys review were outstanding imo. Really appreciate their viewpoints

    Evan GriffinEvan Griffin6 gün önce
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