A Lasting Impression

The Last of Us is my favorite video game from last generation. TLoU is my favorite game of all-time; it was the second the screen cut to black. TLoU released in a year when I was starting to accept a lot of who I was growing up into.

I’ve always loved video games for as long as I can remember but when I was a kid, I’m 23 now, the pop culture that’s seen as cool now with the Marvel Cinematic Universe was seen as nerdy and stupid then. If you were a fan of comics and the like, you were alienated in high school. Games still are seen as babyish, but that’s another piece to write.

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