The Last Of Us Left Behind Review
Posted: 4 months ago, last updated 9 days ago.
Left Behind is a set of substantial additional chapters that flesh out the story of the first Last of Us game. We get to play as Ellie as a younger child, learning about her fears, relationships and the events leading up to her meeting Joel. We also get to see more of the period in the game where Joel is hurt and needs Ellie's care.
Although easy to overlook, as this is seen as simple additional content by many, Left Behind is actually a compelling experience in its own right. It's important that you have played the first game, but when you have, Left Behind offers important parts of the story that shed new light on the main characters.
Rated PEGI 18 due to frequent scenes of strong violence, and strong language. Violence ranges from moderate to strong, featuring decapitation, dismemberment and torture. Frequent scenes of blood and gore. Strong language such as ‘*!@?*’ is used frequently.
ESRB MATURE 17+ for Intense Violence, Blood and Gore, Suggestive Themes, Strong Language, Use of Alcohol.
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