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The Last of Us, TV series is the live-action video game adaptation with the highest rating ever – Nerd4.life

The Last of Us, TV series is the live-action video game adaptation with the highest rating ever – Nerd4.life

there The Last of Us series It got an excellent response from international critics, and by Rotten Tomatoes it also got almost 100% positive votes, but dropped to 98% after a few hours. The show hasn’t aired yet and the audience will have their say, but we can already say that the series has broken a record: it’s a live-action TV adaptation based on a video game with Highest score ever.

Like we just said, let’s talk about “Live action or direct eventBecause there are some animated adaptations that beat The Last of Us, namely Arcane and Cyberpunk Edgerunners, that stay 100% flat. Which should satisfy only 41%.

The hope is that the quality of this adaptation is Starting point for the PlayStation and also works on Santa Monica Studio’s God of War series, Guerrilla Games’ Horizon, the Twisted Metal series, and the Ghost of Tsushima and Gran Turismo films. Of the latter, we saw the first teaser trailer recently.


Ellie and Joel in The Last of Us

In our review, we made it clear to you that “The Last of Us is by no means a bad TV series. What the main target audience should be was simply not taken into account. In a double attempt to entice longtime fans of course and to tell the game to those who, for the most disparate reasons, They didn’t get to experience it firsthand Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann craft a narrative arc that on the one hand gets out of the news quickly, on the other hand reveals very vaguely in showing some aspect of a post-apocalyptic world which instead has all the time and way to explain itself better on consoles “.

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Where the first three episodes represent an excellent balance between the known and the unreleased and point to a more lively development, generous with lore and interesting secondary characters, the second season of the first season holds up thanks to its stellar cast and plot to match that of the video game, always fun and full of moments. Dramatic, poignant and shocking.”

If you’ve known Joel and Ellie since their PlayStation 3 days, you’ll probably get bored from time to time. Conversely, if you’re a beginner, you might need a little clarification from someone more experienced. Either way, the advice is to enjoy this TV series. , fully aware that more and better could have been done, and above all taking into account the already excellent starting materials which formed the foundations and backbone of this ambitious project, but to a certain extent.