The Last of Us Truck Ambush Trailer Draws You In

Naughty Dog’s first post-Uncharted game, The Last of Us, is still on approach for the end of this year, promising to bring Naughty Dog’s signature cinematic style to a post-apocalyptic father/daughter tale. Even though the Earth is supposedly covered with whatever sort of zombie has been cooked up for this game, the real danger in these situations is other people, as is aptly demonstrated by the Truck Ambush trailer which shows the hard choices a man has to make after the world has gone to hell.

Admittedly I wasn’t a huge fan of Uncharted 3, but The Last of Us is still on my radar because I know Naughty Dog has it in them to deliver a really tight story-driven experience. It will be interesting to play a family man as opposed to the wise-cracking Nathan Drake and I’m sure there will be a lot of tense moments to go with it. What are you thoughts on the trailer? Do you want more?

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3 thoughts on “The Last of Us Truck Ambush Trailer Draws You In”

  1. I love how the trailers don’t really give much detail (unless I’ve missed one or two) so, for the moment, I’m going in blind as to what the game really is. That’s what I want.

  2. This is the best game trailer I have seen in a LONG LONG time. To me one of the most important parts about a trailer is how you incorporate music, and they seem to have done a smash hit job on this one. When the screen fades and that music plays, it makes me think of one of the best videogame trailers of all time: the Gears of War hotspot featuring Mad World. That was one of the best videogame trailers EVER. This is pretty close in the way that it uses its music.
    As for the rest of the trailer, this has me totally ready for more. I think the whole survival/apocalypse thing is really catching on with people and being exploited, but damn as long as you do it right, its so captivating I dont really care.

    I will be picking this game up for sure.

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