Question for those that have played the Left Behind DLC for The Last of Us: I picked up that Last of Us: Remastered Edition a few weeks back but have held off on starting it so that I could focus on finishing Watchdogs first. Now that I’ve finally finished that bullshit final mission in Watchdogs, I think I’m going to go ahead and turn my attention to The Last of Us. I noticed that the remastered edition has the DLC included, so wasn’t sure whether I should replay the campaign first or dive into that DLC first.
So my question: As someone that has played through the Playsation 3 version of the game last year and doesn’t have to worry about spoilers or anything like that, should I go ahead and play through the Left Behind DLC first or is it more effective if it’s played afterwards?
Also, I started listening to Riff Raff’s album out of this ironic curiosity….I don’t hate it. Feel free to judge. I deserve it.
I’ve got a 6 hour road trip ahead of me. Here’s a sampling of the playlist that’s going to help me get through it. It’ll hopefully be like I’m traveling back in time to the late-90’s.
Last night I went on my first date with this beautiful woman. Here’s what the date included…
- Grilled cheese
- More beers
- Air Hockey
- More beers
- Tekken 6
Not quite your traditional dinner and movie, huh? Yet at the end of the evening, we both agreed that it was the best first date that either of us had ever been on.
The lessons I learned: Don’t ever be anyone but yourself. Also, don’t play Tekken against someone that insists on being Alisa. That bitch is too overpowered.
Are you trying to give me a gambling addiction? Because this is how people get gambling addictions.
Oh hey ghostbustersmovie, thanks for the follow. Prepare to be disappointed in the lack of Ghostbuster things I post.
Ugh. So for two years I was living in an apartment that had a free gym that I had access to 24/7 and was just 30-some seconds away. I maybe took advantage of that twice.
I’ve since moved.
Annnd I just paid $212 to join a gym. But, hey, it’s cool. I totally got a free t-shirt.