The Last of Us: Left Behind for PlayStation 3
PS3 - DLC

The Last of Us: Left Behind

Feb 14, 2014
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Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game The Last of Us to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Naughty Dog
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Ellie returns in Naughty Dog's first ever, single-player downloadable story chapter The Last of Us: Left Behind. New light is shed on Ellie’s relationship with Riley, her best friend and sometime-mentor from a military boarding school they grew up in together. After disappearing for weeks, Riley returns with a surprising revelation on her whereabouts. Ellie and Riley sneak out of school for the last time, leading to a series of events that will forever change both of their lives. The Last of Us: Left Behind combines themes of survival, loyalty, and love with tense, survival-action gameplay in this brand new add-on chapter to the best-selling PS3 exclusive, The Last of Us.

Critic Reviews

37 Reviews
8.68
Joshua BruceFeb 14, 2014
While it is a bit short, this DLC pack offers some excellent gameplay and the chance for gamers like myself to fill in a few of the gaps in one of their favorite games of all time. Actually, I think this may be the only time I have spent more than 15 minutes at the mall and haven’t wanted to tear my hair out by the roots or sob quietly in a corner. If you couldn’t tell, I hate malls, but I definitely love The Last of Us: Left Behind, malls and all.
John Llewellyn MartinFeb 21, 2014
The only real complaint here is that it only takes about four hours to complete, and that’s if you go at a snail’s pace. For $15, that might not seem like a lot of content for most people. But the quality more than speaks for itself and is easily worth the price of admission. Of all the things that should be left behind, this DLC is not one of them.
Sammy BarkerFeb 14, 2014
However, quality almost always trumps quantity, and Naughty Dog’s inaugural solo expansion packs plenty of the former into its two or so hour campaign. This is a touching, intelligent, and largely refreshing extension to the core escapade, and while it’s not exactly brimming with narrative revelations, it’s still a beautiful story that you shouldn’t let pass you by.

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