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'The Last Of Us' 2 Release Date, Latest News Update: Naughty Dog Sequel For Neil Druckmann Original Is A Parallel Story?
"The Last Of Us 2" from Naughty Dog and creator Neil Druckmann is anticipated to take "TLOU" fans into the heart of new compelling storytelling.聽As well as "The Last Of Us" could resume the tale of Ellie (Ashley Johnson) and Joel (Troy Baker), "TLOU" fans may see a parallel story. "The Last Of Us" boasts cinematic gameplay from Naughty Dog and Neil Druckmann. However, what allowed "The Last Of Us" to redefine standards in the gaming industry is how "TLOU" strengthened the role of a story in a game. Not only did "The Last Of Us" give "TLOU" players satisfaction as gamers. More than a few fans of the Naughty Dog game expressed appreciation for how "The Last Of Us" made an impact in their lives. Neil Druckmann shared with The Frame onSCPR聽how "The Last Of Us" fans have approached him with thanks. To these "The Last Of Us" fans, the Naughty Dog game became life-changing. Unsurprisingly, "TLOU" fans are looking to see what new stories Neil Druckmann will develop for the sequel. Will "The Last Of Us 2" be Ellie and Joel meeting new characters and overcoming more challenges? Will "The Last Of Us 2" tell new stories of new characters, who exist parallel to (and may not necessarily meet with) Ellie and Joel? A formulated sequel would be a massive letdown for those waiting for "The Last Of Us 2," to say the least. According to Neil Druckmann, the motivation for him on "The Last Of Us" is not any award attached to "TLOU" by institutions. Instead, Neil Druckmann spoke of gaining the most satisfaction from how "TLOU" impacts its fans. Parent Herald聽cites Troy Baker attesting that Neil Druckmann and Naughty Dog will not deliver "The Last Of Us 2" for award recognition. Instead, Neil Druckmann and Naughty Dog finding the best story to tell with "The Last Of Us 2" will be the sure sign that "TLOU 2" is happening. "The Last Of Us 2" release information may become clearer in 2017, by which time Naughty Dog would have released the "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" DLC for single player mode. What type of story would you like to see in "The Last Of Us 2?" by paretherald.
Mystic Messenger fans?
Hey Guys! I'm going to explain this app as I am playing the game ^3^ So here is some basics if anyone wants to play. (and what I know as of right now, no spoilers in this card please) When you first load the game you can only pick casual story, where you can unlock either, Yoosung, Zen, or Jaehee. In the game you can collect hearts to give you a hourglass or gain an hourglass by the characters. (or of course buy them with money, but I am poor) Once at 80 hourglasses, you can spend them on unlocking deep story, which you can find out what is up with 707 and Jumin! The game is a dating Simulator game. You have 11 days to complete all your emails, and during this time you find out what character you will end up with at the end, IF YOU make the right decisions. The Emails are clients you are trying to invite to a party, hosted on the 11th day. What makes this game different from others is, you can receive emails, phone calls, text messages, and also involve yourself in groups messaging chats. You can also see if you have miss calls from a character and use 5 hourglasses to call them back. (doesn't mean they will always answer though TT..TT) Whats really cool about this game is you can click their cute little faces and see what is going on with them, it's profile pictures and status updates! You can also receive photos throughout the game and they are saved automatically, so you can go back during the game and after the game to look at them! A cool thing this game offers is the save and load feature. Let's say you're switching phones and don't want to start over; don't have too with this game. Just sign in and load where you last left off. On the 11th day (the last day) you get to be with the one you love on that round. It's quite cute I must add. I've personally been playing this game for 25 days! I'm on my 3rd ending and having so much fun keeping up with everyone's stories. 鈾♀櫋鈾♀櫋鈾♀櫋 I'll start posting spoilers in my next card about my first time around. Until then here is Jaehee upset about all this damn work!
Behind the Characters: The Shimada Brothers
Hey Hey Unicorns! Simply here to bring you your daily dose of who is behind the voices of your favorite characters from anime to video games! this week its about the two brothers in the game Overwatch Character: Hanzo Shimada Voices: English: Paul Nakauchi Jobs: Actor/ Voice Actor Mostly Known: Watari(Death note) Japanese announcer(Call of Duty: World at War) Chou the Elder, Acupuncturist (Legend of Korra) Japanese: Shuhei Sakaguchi Jobs: Voice Actor/ Actor Mostly Known for: Mest Gryder/Dranbalt ( Fairy Tail) Jugo ( Naruto Shippuden) Mason (FMA: Brotherhood) Yuchi Kise (Smile PreCure! ) Character: Genji Shimada Voice: English: Gaku space Jobs: Voice actor, Actor, Producer Mostly Known for: Genji ( Heroes of the storm) Robin's Date(How i met your mother) Goki (street fighter: assasin's fist) Officer 1 ( Shake it up!) Japanese: Yoshida Kawahara Jobs: Voice actor Mostly Known for Kojiro Sasahara(Nichijou) Tsunohazu(Durarara) Mitsuhide Akechi( Gintama) Yasuhi Takagi (NANA) Kippei Tachibana (Prince of tennis) I hope that you enjoyed this segment of "Behind the characters" and wonder who is your favorite character in overwatch ( are you a hanzo main or any other main) so leave a comment down below and I hope to see you in the next time! AMS Squad @amobts @BBxGD @QueenPandaBunny @awkwardjazzy @SimplyAwkward @DefSoul1994 @sukkyongwanser AMS Unicorn Taglist @strawberrylover @sukkyongwanser @TaeSky @divanicola05 @BabydollBre @SimplyAwkward @QueenPandaBunny @Vay754 @MissMinYoongi @EvilGenius @punkpandabear @Seera916 @VeronicaArtino @RKA916 @jiminakpop @PolarStarr @jjrockstar @SarahHibbs @kitkatkpop @simpsonsamantha @AraceliJimenez @SweetDuella @CArcelia @Gracielou0717 @DefSoul1994 @EvodiaEbraheem @JustBrea @FernandaMedina @aliendestina @KayLeeRose94 @IsoldaPazo @AgentLeo @Starbell808 @KoizuniHime19 @AlexisJ15 @impulsegurl666 @MonieManhiM @EvodiaEbraheem @Ttwolf74 @gyapittman A. @Arnelli @AsilaYoung @AidenMalinowski @AloraGrimm @axel47982 @Animaniafreak @AnimeDragon @AustinThurston @ALEXCAMACHO @amberg16 @alliepetey @AshCrimson B. @BlackDragon88 @begone @BlackoutZJ @brnsime69 @bud113 @BND737 @BryceTerao @blackirishawk C. @ChrisSantiago @CourtneyDoose @ChienWeiHuang @ChangoLeon @crimsonsasuke @Captpeter D. @DaiGakuSei @DaequanLewis @DEEZYanFRIENDZ @Dlopez0311113 @DestineeLiu @DantaeVereen @deathkittenz97 @devinrohers E. @ErikFrausto @EstefanOlivares @ElizabethCaaman @ErnestoSalgado @EvilGenius @Eli20 F. @f8lessdawg @Furutsu @Fedplz G. @gildas H. @hikaymm @HeidyAgramonte @HiwaRasul @havic I. @IRISHVIXIONVah J. @just4cheeky @jevonlowery @jdude237 @JeremyGilmore @JamalWallace @JoseLuisRobles @JazziJay @jacobhathaway @jjbosy @JasminMartinez K. @KarouKuroo @KennethHansen @Kirik @KaylanMadorri @KurosakiJess @KenonWilliams @KarkittyOtaku @KaneMau @KellyOConnor L. @LadyL @LadyLuna @LateefMolette @LizaNightshade @LittleHorn @LuffyNewman @Lunawolf129 @lovelywhite13 @lushisushi @LemonLassie M. @MichelleIbarra @MichaelPeltier @MaryMcCOmbs @MissAguria @MadAndrea @MaigdlinS @MichealCochran @MorghanPorter @MahoganyArnold @MTEverest @Mcboss @MajahnNelson @MaddyScoop @martinsebastian @mikeystumbo N. @NyghtOwl @NikolasSatterwh @natsudragneel03 @noWaifuNoLaifu O. @OtakuDemon10 P. @Priscillasdoor @pandalyn @P1B2Bear Q. R. @rpat1500 @RachelMacy @Reaperg15 @raditorchillt @RobertWhite S. @ShaneGerahty @SSJ4Vgeta1986 @SydneyKindberg @Stoney @StevenFlicks @Sharia @ScottGardner @SeanVigi @Shad0wrunner @samihudson @ShinoYuki T. @tbell2 @TroyxAkashi @tianadau2002 @TurtleyTurtles @TanaeaHarper @TracyLynnn @TheAnimeGod @templar0122 @TerraToyaSi U. V. @VeronicaArtino W. X. @XavierLopez Y. Z. @ziggyb113 @ZephyrBlaze Also if you want to follow the Collection if you want to look at the past cards i did ( and add some suggestions to the psa card i did ) click on the link right here! https://www.vingle.net/collections/5288753-Behind-the-voice-actors
An Open Love Letter for Warcraft III
Let me take you back in time. Back through the hallowed halls of gaming, to a simpler time. A time before iPhones, if you can imagine that ever being so. A time when Friends was still on the air. The year was 2003. I was eleven, and one day I was out and about with my ma, and we chanced across an EB Games. EB Games was a marvelous place for a young'un like me. It was the only real competition for GameStop and it was geographically closer to my house. Inside the store I kept pestering my mom to buy me something. I wanted a new game! Finally she relented, and I picked up something that would change my whole gamer life.... THE MOTHERFUCKIN' WARCRAFT III BATTLE CHEST. I'd like to say that it was a random pickup, that it was a predestined force, cosmic in nature, that prompted me to select this game among all others in the store. I'd like to say that, but it isn't true. I knew about Warcraft because of a couple of my friends; one really loved Starcraft, the other, Warcraft. Both parties tried to convince me to get their respective favorite, but I was ultimately sold on fantasy over sci-fi. So my ma bought me the game. Honestly, had she known what that would mean for me, what it would entail, she probably wouldn't have. She probably would've walked right back out of the store. But she didn't, so she didn't. It started a new chapter in my young life. The game opened me up to gaming on my family's PC. I honestly can't remember if we had a console in the house yet at this stage. My memory of that time of my life is defined by moments, and not necessarily the continuity between them. Either way, WCIII was the defining game of that period of my life. I fell immediately in love with the game. RTS made sense to me. Having also loved Legos, I really dug the the building of the base and the strategic defending of it. I liked the variety between units and the different ways it meant you could accomplish objectives. More than all that, I loved the narrative. It was an awesome story about a mystical land on the edge of demonic extermination. Arthas' fall from grace into Death Knighthood, Thrall's quest to preserve his people, Malfurion's attempt to fight against the encroaching evils, and the way it all came together was the dopest thing to me. More than all that, it introduced me to online gaming. Just seeing this image of the old Battle.net screen brings the nostalgia on with some force. I want to just click on Play Game and get back into it. I loved playing against other kids. I wasn't really all that good, but shit, it was fun. It was the custom games that I loved the most, though. The variants that allowed the players to design a different game entirely. There were a bunch of different ones, from tower defense to a fight with anime characters. My favorite of all of them was undoubtedly DBZ Tribute. No question about it. I tried to find a good image for it, but it's hard to find. Basically, it was a custom game where you could play as any of the major z fighters, or some of the major villains. As I remember it, you could play as either Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Gohan, Future Trunks, or Goten and Kid Trunks as a twosome deal for the heroes, then Cell, Broly, Buu, Metal Cooler, Android 13, or Bebi for the villains. It's hard to tell people that my favorite DBZ game isn't strictly a DBZ game. XD I play League of Legends now, and that's also because of WCIII. It's where DoTA started, and LoL is effectively just a DoTA clone. DoTA is now a Valve game and makes them plenty of money I'm sure, I don't know, I don't play it. Coming up on WCIII as my intro to PC gaming makes me a little later than some others in the PC gaming circles, but I still have to be thankful for it. Without it, I may have been doomed to an entirely console life. Not that I don't like consoles, but there's so much more that can be done on PC. So thank you, Warcraft III. And also Blizzard, I guess, but I don't know why you waited so long to get into the MOBA business considering you had em first, you dumb-dumbs.
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The Best Games To Play On Each Platform
The best games to play are those that a user scores best for having fun and therefore, the enjoyment derived from the gaming experience. The game mechanics themselves should not be taken as a given. There are many games that can cross borders and offer the thrill of adventure, sports, puzzles, horror, adventure, and more. To list them in a single line is not possible. However, if we had to do such a list, the top three would definitely be: Super Mario is one of the best games to play on almost all platforms. It has been one of the most popular games with children and adults alike, also the Sigmally game is a very popular browser game that is base on Agario mechanics. The user interface is very simple and straightforward. Each platform is Mario's own domain and there are many secrets to discover. The game mechanics are solid and have a definite leveling system. It is one of the best games to play on any platform. Grand Theft Auto is an amazing game to play and has an excellent storyline and excellent graphics. You can choose between shooting, driving, and rescuing targets. It is an open-world mission-type game that follows the storyline of the movie. The protagonist or player character is always a criminal trying to run away from authorities or from other bad guys. The storyline and gameplay are very well written, and the story mode is very engaging, especially when you attempt the different endings. Another great game to play is Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam; which was developed by MTV Games. Like its predecessor, it follows the plot of the movie, where Tony Hawk embarks on a massive downhill jam mission. This time, he is on a revenge mission, as he seeks to avenge the death of his brother. The game has multiple endings and replay value, which make it one of the best games to play on all platforms. An interesting game is Tomb Raider Anniversary, which allows the user to score points for how much she/he completes the game. The points are based on how well the player solves the puzzle or avoids being caught by the bosses. The points are saved to a ranking, which becomes your Master Chief score. If you beat the enemies or solve the puzzle without letting them escape, you will receive a higher score. However, if you fail to reach the required level of the puzzle or you do not kill the required amount of enemies, you will receive a lower score. Both Halo Combat Evolved and Reach are considered by critics to be the best games to play, which is evident by their user score. Halo Combat Evolved allowed players to create custom emblems, while Reach provided a storyline that ties in with the Halo novels. However, both games require you to complete a series of quests or set up defenses before you can advance to the next level. Once you reach the part that you are interested in, you have to fight and kill enemy soldiers before being able to move on. The combat can get quite tedious at times, but it is still fun to play. Nintendo Wii ranks first in our Wii review because it is unique in the console market. Unlike the Xbox and PlayStation 3, Wii allows you to play using motion detection technology, which makes the gaming experience more realistic. It also supports several Wii accessories including the MotionPlus accessory that makes the movements more realistic, which gives the player more realistic gameplay. The user score and the plot summary show how people felt about the game. Wii had a higher user score due to the motion-sensitive features. The graphics were improved, and the game played smoother and with better sound quality. Xbox and PlayStation 3 were given low scores due to their clunky controls and the fact that the graphics were not as detailed on other consoles. In the end, the winner between Xbox 360 and PS3 was the best game to play on each platform.