The Last of Us Part II Delayed Indefinitely

Go ahead and sell your PlayStation 4. I’m going to be taking pictures of mine today and listing it because, for me, there is no reason to hold on to it anymore. I’ll take the money I get from it and put it aside for the PlayStation 5.

Now that The Last of Us Part II is delayed, with no future release date announced, there is simply no reason for me to hold onto my PS4.

Developer Naughty Dog followed up with a statement of their own.

Nobody wants play a game about surviving a bio-apocalypse when they can simply go outside and experience it for real. So Sony is going to wait this out.

Also, everyone and their mother knows this game is going to come out on the PS5. So go ahead and sell your PS4 now while you can and get the most cash you can from it.

[Source: Sony]

Last of Show in the Works at HBO, Initial List of Characters Released

I’m not playing jack right now. Sure, I could continue grinding in Destiny 2, but I just can’t. I think I need a break from playing as heavily armed space wizards for awhile.

We’re in a gaming drought right now with new consoles on the horizon. Not that I’m complaining, as I have been using this time off from gaming to binge watch TV. Been mainlining every episode of Narcos which is an amazing show. I’ve also really improved my vernacular of Spanish curse words.

We’re in a TV renaissance right now. There are so many amazing shows right now that it is impossible to keep up. With that said, HBO and Sony has announced that The Last of Us show is in the works.

Craig Mazin, show creator of the amazing HBO mini seriesChernobyl, will adapt the acclaimed Sony exclusive. Neil Druckmann the writer and creative director of the game, will collaborate Mazin write and co-produce the series. Druckmann also cheekily announced an initial list of characters, with one omission.

Game related movies and shows can be hit or miss. The recent Sonic movie was surprisingly good. In the case of The Last of Us, this appears to be in good hands and I’m excited about the prospect of this show.

[Source: The Hollywood Reporter]