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The Last of Us expansion trailers

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What do you mean you still haven't played The Last of Us?

Don't give us any of that "video games are for geeks" nonsense - this game had better characters and narrative than the average summer blockbuster. It made us cry and everything.

And now there's an extra incentive to pick up one of the best titles of last year, as studio Naughty Dog unveil their latest downloadable single-player content, Left Behind.

Focusing on Riley, a friend of Ellie's whom had been assumed to be dead, Left Behind promises to give us an untold story of another survivor, while showing a lighter, playful side to Ellie. Check out these two teaser trailers for a taste of what to expect.



(Via: PlayStation Blog, IGN)

(Images: YouTube)

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