In The Last of Us Part II, no one’s hands are clean. Sony
For years now, some of the best, wildest, most moving or revealing stories we’ve been telling ourselves have come not from books, movies or TV, but from video games. So we’re running an occasional series, Reading The Game, in which we take a look at some of these games from a literary perspective. Warning: If you haven’t played The Last of Us Part II yet, there are some spoilers ahead.
In the beginning, Ellie was just a young girl trying to
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