Don’t be afraid of The Last Of Us Part II’s violence

Clayton Purdom

Earlier this week, Sony held a press conference during the Paris Games Week trade show. If you follow games, you’re intimately familiar with what ensued: a lot of blue lights, a handful of enthusiastically delivered sales notes from a charisma-less executive in an ill-fitting suit, and a series of short trailers and much-fussed-over “reveals” showcasing games that will be available in the next year or so. This strange ritual is one of the great traditions in video games, a cause of endless anticipation, speculation, and evaluation, happening on an almost quarterly basis.

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