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Video: See Some Of The Hidden Secrets Of ‘The Last Of Us’
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us Giraffes

YouTube user Shesez is back with another installment of Boundary Break, a series which detaches the camera from where it’s mean to be in video games and goes off exploring the areas you’re not supposed to see, revealing some fun hidden secrets. You can find the video they did on BioShock right here if you missed it.

For this video the game being explored is Naughty Dog’s instant classic, The Last of Us. The video offers fans a peek at what’s beyond the menu window, what’s going on around town during that intense prologue sequence, and yes, a closer look at the giraffes among other things.

Continue below to give the video a watch.

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PSX 2016: ‘The Last Of Us 2’ Confirmed; Reveal Trailer Released
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us 2

Sony held their PlayStation Experience event today, where plenty of trailers and gameplay previews for new and upcoming titles were shared.

But there had been whispers that a sequel to a little game called The Last of Us might be making an appearance. To close out the show, these whispers became a reality with a phenomenal cinematic reveal trailer for The Last of Us Part II. And yes, it includes some familiar faces.

You can check it out below!

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Sam Raimi Offers Update On ‘The Last Of Us’ Movie
The Movie God   |  

Naughty Dog's The Last of Us

It’s been a while now since it was announced that a movie based on the hit video game The Last of Us was on the way, and that Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams was attached to star.

One of the producers on the project is none other than Sam Raimi (Evil Dead, Spider-Man) through his production company Ghost House Pictures. Raimi was asked this week where things stood on The Last of Us, and thankfully he was able to at least give us an idea of the current status. You can see what he had to say below.

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‘The Last Of Us’ Soundtrack Getting Impressive Vinyl Release
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us Vinyl Header Image

It’s always nice when you get to write about The Last of Us again, even if it doesn’t involve whether or not developer Naughty Dog is going to be making The Last of Us 2 after Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End or not.

No this bit of news is related to one of the best aspects of the game, its phenomenal score composed by two-time Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla. It’s been announced that the full soundtrack, including the soundtrack for the DLC release “Left Behind,” will be released by Mondo Music on vinyl in an impressive little four-album collection, complete with some lovely artwork by Olly Moss and Jay Shaw.

You can read more about the vinyl release, see images of the set and the full cover art, and also watch a video about the music of the game, which I love to watch and share any time I have an excuse to.

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Honest Game Trailer For Naughty Dog’s ‘The Last Of Us’ Is Here
The Movie God   |  

The Last Of Us Ellie

The folks over at Smosh Games have decided to take on Naughty Dog’s unforgettable Game of the Year, The Last of Us, for their Honest Game Trailers series.

Usually these videos, same as the movie trailers done by Screen Junkies, call out the flaws of even beloved titles without remorse, and there is a little of that here. But sometimes something is so good it’s difficult to find anything to be critical of, and that’s certainly the case with The Last of Us. Still, the video is amusing, as is usually the case.

You can watch the Honest Game Trailer for The Last of Us below.

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Joel and Ellie From ‘The Last Of Us’ In ‘Resident Evil 4’ (Video)
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us's Joel and Ellie in Resident Evil 4

Naughty Dog’s 2013 Game of the Year The Last of Us is something of a spin on the zombie sub-genre, with people being turned viciously aggressive by a mutated strain of the Cordyceps parasite. But how would the game’s two main characters, Joel and Ellie, do in another hit video game with zombie-like enemies, Resident Evil 4?

One modder decided to extract Joel and Ellie from the hell that is the world in The Last of Us and drop them right into the hell that is the world in Resident Evil 4 so we can see for ourselves.

Click on over to the other side to check out a video of the two games coming together.

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Make This Happen: ‘The Last Of Us’ Star Troy Baker Wants To Be A Clicker In Movie Adaptation
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us Star Troy Baker

When it comes to video game actors, Troy Baker is one of the best in the business. Many who haven’t visited his IMDB page might be surprised to find out just how often they’ve heard the actor’s voice while they’re playing games. In Batman: Arkham City, he plays Two Face/Harvey Dent, Robin, and Tim Drake. He was the default male voice in Saints Row: The Third and the male President of the United States in Saints Row IV. He played Kai Leng, the assassin working for the Illusive Man and Cerberus in Mass Effect 3. He played Lyndon the Scoundrel in Diablo III. In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Baker was Batman, Two Face, and Sinestro. He voiced Jazz, Jetfire, and Kickback in Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. In Injustice: Gods Among Us, he was Sinestro and Nightwing. The actor also recently played Delsin Rowe in Infamous: Second Son.

Then comes the big boys: Baker replaced the irreplaceable Mark Hamill as Joker for Batman: Arkham Origins, and totally nailed it. He was Booker DeWitt in BioShock Infinite. And, of course, in his most prominent role to date, Baker was the voice of Joel in Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us. He also has a couple of big upcoming games, voicing Ocelot in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (seen at the start of this video with Snake), Talion in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and the villain Pagan Min in Far Cry 4.

If I wasn’t being clear enough, Troy Baker is the f’n man. And any requests he has, should be fulfilled immediately. So when he says he wants to play a clicker in the planned Last of Us movie, that simply needs to happen.

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‘The Last Of Us’ Cast Recall When Joel Met Ellie (Video)
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us

Today we’re celebrating the release of The Last of Us Remastered, the next-gen upgrade of the 2013 Naughty Dog masterpiece.

Earlier we saw the full one-night-only live performance of the game, and now comes a little nostalgic reminiscing between the game’s two lead actors, Troy Baker (Joel) and Ashley Johnson (Ellie).

The two discuss early attempts at trying to cast the role of Joel, the game’s launch party, and its release on PlayStation 4. You can watch the chat below.

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Watch ‘The Last Of Us’ Live Performance In Full (Video)
The Movie God   |  

The Last of Us Joel, Ellie, and Tess

The next-gen update of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us hits store shelves for Sony’s PS4 today, so it’s a damn fine day to enjoy some related goodies.

Last week we shared with you a trailer for a one-night-only live performance of the 2013 Game of the Year. That live performance did indeed take place last evening, and, thankfully for everyone who wasn’t able to attend or missed the live stream online, is now online in full.

You can watch it below, but if you’ve not yet played the game (What are you waiting for?! Go now, it’s that good!) do avoid this until you have.

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SDCC 2014: ‘Last Of Us’ Movie Panel
Mr. BabyMan   |  

The Last of Us comic-con panel

The first panel in Friday’s San Diego Comic-Con Hall H was listed solely as “Sneak Preview,” so the audience didn’t know what to expect. The lights dimmed, and the distinctive guitar of Gustavo Santaolalla filled the room.

A trailer for a remastered version of Naughty Dog’s groundbreaking PlayStation game The Last of Us played on the screens, ending with the text “Soon to be a major motion picture.” The crowd erupted as the house lights went up and Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross came to the podium. He announced that this panel will be to discuss the film adaptation in development and introduced producer Sam Raimi and original video game writer and creative director Neil Druckmann from Naughty Dog to the panel.

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