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Originally released in June 2020, The Last of Us Part II is set five years after the events of The Last of Us, which sees Ellie and Joel living in Wyoming with a community of Outbreak survivors. After experiencing a traumatic encounter, Ellie embarks on a journey fuelled by revenge that takes her to Seattle to face off against an armed militia (and infected zombies).

The PlayStation exclusive has received critical acclaim for its impressive graphics and gameplay, winning over 250 Game of the Year awards in 2020. The game is widely considered a must-play title on PlayStation 4 (the game is also playable on standard PlayStation 5 consoles via backwards compatibility) and in the conversation for best games of the generation.

This deal is also available at The Source and digitally from the PlayStation Store. For reference, the $39.99 price matches the historical low for The Last of Us Part II, which was last seen during Black Friday 2020.

This offer is effective online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Best Buy.

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    • Not a bad game. No DLC though.
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    • I got the game last time it was on sale.

      I kept playing the game thinking when would I hit the bad part of the game, I finished the game wondering why there were negative reviews.

      If you like the first game, this game will not disappoint.

      Enjoy.
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    • Again, in my humble opinion, if you play for fun, don't buy this game.

      This game is made intentionally for "gamers" to feel bad about video gaming and having fun with life.
      Scenarios are designed to enhance negative feedback on your efforts and make you feel empty throughout the journey.

      To me this game feels similar to No Longer Human, Darker Than You Think, or The Butterfly Effect. (I enjoyed none of the three)
      However, immersiveness of games are much stronger than novels and movies.
      So think about your tolerance before buying this game.
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    • BojackHorseman wrote: Again, if you play for fun, don't buy this game. This game is made intentionally for "gamers" to feel bad about video gaming and having fun with life.
      please elaborate...
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    • The lead director hates a popular character that many do like and does something to fans of that character.
      riseagainstthemachine wrote: please elaborate...
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    • riseagainstthemachine wrote: please elaborate...
      I elaborated by editing my reply. English is my second language. So I may not be able to further elaborate without spoiling.
      I just want to give my sincere warning to some people who may share my tastes.
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    • (This opinion is my own, obviously. You may disagree, which of course is fine. I'm not here to debate.)

      This is a game that tells a story. Gameplay mechanics aside, this is a story driven game.

      You may not like the story.
      You may not like the characters, or empathize with them.
      You may find certain characters unlikeable, unrelateable, or plain stupid.
      You may not agree with the decisions you're forced to make.
      You may find the game's focus on lgbt and sexuality jarring.
      You may feel like your feelings are being manipulated to feel a certain way.

      So I agree, you may want to avoid this "game" if you're buying games purely to "have fun". You might not have fun at all. TLOU2 isn't trying to make you feel good, or accomplished. I'd say this is in some ways closer to a drama/horror movie than a video game. But I wouldn't say that the studio is trying to make us feel bad for having fun with life. I think they're trying to do something a little different, while using video games as a medium. Maybe like the walking dead telltale series, but with more budget and game interaction.

      TLOU2 is a game that tells a story. I didn't like the story either, but I don't have to. The story is theirs to tell.

      My rating is 8/10. I did like the first one more.
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    • wallet safe, waiting for 19.99 or it's inevitable ps+ freebie.
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    • azn0Richard0 wrote: wallet safe, waiting for 19.99 or it's inevitable ps+ freebie.
      Same. I may even buy it for $29.99. Has it ever gone below $39.99 though?
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    • Thought it was a great story.

      I did borrow it from the library so I can't say if this is the right price. But the game kept me playing to find out more. The stories within the story is quite well done.

      Thought it was a great "game" as well as a story that had a lot of depth with moments to think about what was going on.
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    • XFactor11 wrote: The lead director hates a popular character that many do like and does something to fans of that character.
      Do you know about the "kill your darlings" writing advice? It's not because he hated the character but because the story would thrive by doing so.
      By only killing hated characters or no character at all, you'll create a safe story, and it worked for the Uncharted series but the TLoU environment shouldn't be a safe place.
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    • I actually watched the game on YouTube since I knew I wouldn't have enough time to play it for a while. I'm still not sure why it's getting so much hate. Some characters are not very likeable but the same could be said for many great TV shows and movies, why is it such a big deal here I don't know. Also, I'm not even sure why people saw Joel as a flawless hero as we already knew from the first game that his character was at times morally questionable. Actually, that's what I liked about the game. Characters are more in a morally grey area than either black or white.
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    • Super casual gamer here... but I enjoyed it. I thought the game play was a little tedious at some points and the game definitely dragged on ... felt a lot longer than the first one. It was still fun though. I don't regret paying $40 for it.

      Story wise.. whatever. It's subjective.
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    • I want to play this game on my PS5, but unsure if I should buy this and hope for a patch or if they'll release a remastered version for 80$.
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    • ChickenOfTheCaveMan wrote: Do you know about the "kill your darlings" writing advice? It's not because he hated the character but because the story would thrive by doing so.
      By only killing hated characters or no character at all, you'll create a safe story, and it worked for the Uncharted series but the TLoU environment shouldn't be a safe place.
      Don't bother using logic lol Same people hated the game yet probably loved the first season of Game of Thrones.
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    • KarlDag wrote: I want to play this game on my PS5, but unsure if I should buy this and hope for a patch or if they'll release a remastered version for 80$.
      There likely isn't a remaster version and if it will exist the graphics aren't going to be significant.
      Tbh I think since it was release near the ps4 cycle and ps5 start cycle, you'd likely only see slightly faster load times, fps improvements, and maybe some instances of improved lighting or environmental effects.
      The only contrary to this would be if the game had purposefully released with lower quality assets due to time crunch, and cutting corners (eg: cyberpunk).
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    • From library? Which library?
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    • KarlDag wrote: I want to play this game on my PS5, but unsure if I should buy this and hope for a patch or if they'll release a remastered version for 80$.
      I'm still waiting, and until it happens it'll remain a no-buy for me.

      They pulled the remaster stunt with the first game; not falling for that again
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    • XFactor11 wrote: The lead director hates a popular character that many do like and does something to fans of that character.
      BranCracker wrote: I'm still waiting, and until it happens it'll remain a no-buy for me.

      They pulled the remaster stunt with the first game; not falling for that again
      Well that remaster was a different kettle of fish.

      TLoU launched on the PS3, and the remaster came out for the PS4, which couldn't play PS3 games. But the PS5 will play PS4 games.
      So I'm not saying they can't pull a remaster stunt with TLoU2, but it's a lot easier for a savvy consumer to pass on paying them for the same game again.
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