Fast Facts: The Last of Us
Fast Facts: The Last of Us
by funymony on
2013 July 19 at 01:07:09

I animate Fast Facts for a Youtube Channel called LORE. I cannot post this episode on my website but it is available for you by clicking the link in the placeholder.

I've had a terrible relationship with Sony after I purchased a Playstation Portable. I got it one year after its release and spent all my money on the best titles they had to offer. The games were underwhelming; Coded Arms was short, Untold Legends didn't sit well with me, and Lumines was the only thing holding my interest (which is silly because it's a puzzle game.) I decided to mod my PSP and get some homebrew apps running that allowed me to do simple things like change my wallpaper and play some emulators. At the time I didn't know what firmware was so whenI had my PSP set up the way I wanted it, I updated the firmware and destroyed everything. Doh!

None of my friends owned a PSP so when we'd hang out they'd play Mario Kart on their Nintendo DS while I played Twisted Metal all by myself.

I was disappointed that there wasn't much I could do with my PSP and the next homebrew patch wouldn't be released for a few months, so I held on hoping that some good releases would come across the table to tie me over until then. PoPoLoCrois had terrible loading issues, I felt cheated that Metal Gear Ac!d was just a card game (but it was still kinda fun), and Guilty Gear XX was just another port with a tacky side-scrolling brawler attached to it. Games like Katamari and GTA eventually made their way onto the PSP but after beating them I decided to trade the PSP for a Nintendo DS.

I had more fun with my DS in one week than I had with my PSP in the two years that I owned it.

Anyway what I'm trying to get at is that I don't own a Playstation 3 so I had my friend come to my house just to play through The Last of Us. It's an amazing post apocalyptic game with beautiful graphics and gameplay that I would of definitely paid full price to own, but it is not enough to buy back my heart. Sorry, Sony.

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