The Last of Us: The First Part 2 has been out for more than two weeks and already is in many ways a great piece of work, and it’s got a lot of potential.
While it may not be the most accessible of the series, its story, its character development, its narrative and its world-building is as good as it gets, and as you play it, you’ll see a lot more of what the game’s really about.
The First Part 1 is, in many respects, a direct sequel to the first game.
It’s a continuation of the story and the characters we’ve come to know and love, but the characters are no longer Joel, Ellie, Joel’s sidekick, or the sidekick-in-training who, in part two, is presumed dead.
Instead, we get a new character named Bill who, despite his initial reluctance to go back, is ultimately very much alive.
This character is voiced by the incredibly talented Ben Schwartz, and while the story isn’t completely set up to make Bill as relatable as we’d like to see, he certainly has his own flaws.
Bill is, for the most part, a badass.
He’s an orphan, an outcast, a drug dealer, and, in the first part, is even known to have a crush on a teenage girl named Elizabeth.
And while that seems like a major departure from the first parts, it doesn’t necessarily change much about the gameplay or story.
Bill, like all the characters, is an interesting character.
In part 1, Bill is a character who doesn’t seem to really care about much beyond the fact that he’s a guy.
In the second part, Bill seems to care about a lot.
He cares about the future of humanity, he cares about being the one to save the world, and he cares a great deal about being able to return home.
He also seems to have some very deep issues, like the fact he has a crush.
In other words, he has some problems.
But unlike in the previous parts, Bill in the second parts isn’t a jerk.
He doesn’t just get to be the jerk.
He doesn’t care about his people, he doesn’t want to save anyone, he’s willing to take risks in order to protect himself, his family, and others.
He has no interest in the rest of humanity.
And he has no concern about dying.
And even in the very last moments of the first Part 1, when he’s about to be killed, he stops and turns to look at Bill, who is smiling and holding out his hand.
As he turns back around, Bill smiles back.
Bill’s smile is sincere, and we can’t help but feel like he’s genuinely happy to see his sidekick alive, to know that he isn’t alone.
The problem is, the First Part doesn’t really feel like a continuation.
Instead of focusing on Bill and Elizabeth, the rest is spent on a variety of other characters.
The majority of the game is spent exploring the woods outside of the town of Holden, and there are a lot less of the characters that made up the first two games.
You don’t see Bill in any of the early portions of the games, but when he finally makes it out of Holden to face his parents, he shows up on the map.
The first part of the map, which is essentially the game itself, is full of trees.
The game starts out with the townspeople of Holden being pretty normal people, and after a few hours of exploration and the occasional visit to the lighthouse, they start to feel like they’re starting to change, like they are beginning to change.
Holden’s first residents are all old men, who all seem to have something to do with the fact they’re the only survivors in town.
Holden is a beautiful place, but its residents have little interest in making a living and want to stay out of trouble.
The townspeters of Holden have little reason to want to leave.
The lighthouse is the only place they feel safe, because of the presence of a lighthouse.
The Second Part of the Second is also a bit of a different story, one that focuses more on the people in Holden.
The First part of The Second is mostly set in a fictional world where there is a lot going on, and in this world, Bill’s mother, Elizabeth, has a new baby.
Elizabeth, having a baby, is the mother of a group of people who have been separated for years, and they have no reason to care for Bill.
It is, to some extent, a nice world to live in, but Elizabeth has been living in a prison for some time now, and when she finally makes a move to reunite with her family, she finds that her husband, the old man who helped her find her family in the past, has died.
So when Elizabeth’s new baby comes into the world and she