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HBO's adaptation of The Last of Us differs from the game, but is already using that to its advantage. The player is Joel in the games, but in the TV show, the audience has a larger view of the world. This creates opportunities to explore stories outside of Joel's perspective, which is done immediately in the series premiere, "When You're Lost in the Darkness."




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Much of the game's tutorial time is guiding Joel through the militarized city of Boston. While exploring the city, the player learns about how this military state functions, and how they detect and eradicate infection. Joel walks past a line of civilians being scanned for infection; those infected are killed immediately, as are those unwilling to be tested. The player is passive in learning this information as it happens around them. However, the TV series provides a fresh view of this harrowing scene.


The FEDRA agent who warms to the boy adds depth to The Last of Us. Fedra are not the good guys in this story, but even the forces of antagonism have shades of gray. She makes the effort to connect with the child and reassure him; he dies comforted and with a small smile. It's an act of kindess that doesn't change the outcome, but does change the experience from what was shown in the video game. It's important to establish that FEDRA has members who are as complicated as Joel, Tess and Ellie because it sets the tone for the rest of the series and adds another layer to its world.


Released in 1998, Pokémon Yellow served as a slightly updated version of 1996's Red and Blue, the video game series' first installments. In 2016, the Game Boy title received a Nintendo 3DS port for its Virtual Console to commemorate the Pokémon franchise's 20th anniversary. In 2018, Yellow received a spiritual remake with Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! on the Nintendo Switch in celebration of the game's 20th anniversary.


Apart from the Pokémon video games, rare trading cards have exceeded in value since they first hit the shelves. In January 2021, Heritage Auctions hosted a bidding war for a Charizard #4 first edition base set rare hologram card, which reached over $100,000. Previously, Heritage Auctions sold a Secret Super Battle No. 1 Trainer hologram promo Trainer trading card for $90,000. Graded at Gem Mint 10, only seven copies of the card exist worldwide.


Cassidy Stephenson is a reader, writer, and video game enthusiast. She now works as a Senior Writer for Comic Book Resources. In her free time, she loves watching movies, listening to music, and pulling 5-stars on Genshin Impact. Follow her on Twitter for more shenanigans @Cassidy_Lee18 You can also contact her at cassidy.stephenson9@yahoo.com


Xbox's first-party output has been a hot topic for debate recently. Despite not releasing any AAA exclusives in 2022, Game Pass still had a great year, allowing many smaller and more unique titles to take the limelight. 2023 looks set to be different, however, with numerous big releases on the horizon for Xbox fans. With the excitement for these games only growing, Xbox has recently announced a Developer_Direct live stream, which will give fans some new updates for these titles.


The Elder Scrolls Online has been flourishing since its 2015 re-release. The latest big update came in January of 2022 and let players visit the new High Isle location, bringing with it new quests and characters. Fans of the MMORPG will be excited to hear that the game's Studio Director, Matt Firor, will appear at the Direct to unveil the latest updates, including new playable regions of Tamriel. But that's not all -- Xbox has also confirmed that the Developer_Direct will be immediately followed by a standalone The Elder Scrolls Online Chapter Reveal Event, which will give fans a deeper look into the upcoming changes.


The eighth entry into the Forza Motorsport franchise is a reboot of the original Forza Motorsport, which was released back in 2005. Turn 10 Studios has built the upcoming entry from the ground up to take full advantage of the Xbox Series XS. Unlike the more arcade and soapbox-style Forza Horizon, Forza Motorsport looks set to become Microsoft's most immersive racing sim yet and will appeal to those who want a more authentic driving experience. Xbox has promised that the Developer_Direct will include more gameplay footage and new details about the upcoming racing sim.


Minecraft Legends is a third-person action-strategy game that will bring the iconic block-building and resource management gameplay to a new genre with a more focused story. The PvP multiplayer experience is launching in Spring 2023, and Mojang Studios, alongside Blackbird Interactive, will be at Xbox's Developer_Direct to give fans some new details, including new gameplay, for the upcoming title. This refreshing new entry into the franchise could prove to be exactly what Minecraft needs to both entice a new audience and keep current players excited and involved in the world.


Finally, Xbox has confirmed that Arkane Austin, the much-loved creators of the highly acclaimed Dishonored, Deathloop and Prey, will also appear at the Developer_Direct. The studio has been working on a new IP, the supernatural co-op-focused FPS, Redfall. The game will launch day one on Game Pass, allowing many fans to jump right into the experience. The live stream promises to increase the hype by revealing new details about the game's combat, customization, bosses and open world, including several minutes of new gameplay.


Many gamers are incredibly excited by this new project, but some have reservations about the game's focus on co-op, worrying that it may dilute the single-player experience that has made Arkane's games so popular in the past. Luckily, the upcoming Direct will focus on both the multiplayer and single-player elements, so fans can learn more about how each of these experiences may differ and what each has to offer. Overall, the Developer_Direct looks set to springboard Xbox's year brilliantly and build excitement for the months ahead.


Bethany-May Howard is a Gaming Features Writer for CBR. She's been gaming ever since she was gifted a Game Boy Advance and Mario Kart: Super Circuit for her seventh birthday. She runs her own gaming Twitter and wrote articles for her own website before joining CBR. If it weren't for her irreplaceable love for Fallout 3, Ghost of Tsushima would be her favourite game. She's also a semi-professional football (soccer) player based in South West England.


Fringe follows in the footsteps of other groundbreaking genre procedural series like The X-Files. However, the five-season drama manages to beat its predecessor at its own game with how it effortlessly blends together monster of the week stories with a grander serialized narrative.


Fringe tells a remarkable story about parallel universes that are under increased pressure and a video game could take several different directions. An open world title in the style of Cyberpunk 2077 where players freely investigate


Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is the latest addition and its focus on standalone space adventures feels reminiscent of the original series. This beautifully translates to a video game and a patient Star Trek release that focuses on exploration rather than action would be a breath of fresh air.


Dozens of incredible worlds have been created in Love, Death + Robots, any of which could sustain their own video game. A Love, Death + Robots game could selectively narrow in on a handful of episodes to expand upon or just immerse audiences in some of the grander dystopias that could fuel their own Mass Effect-like space opera.


A video game set in the world of The Boys where Compound V-empowered characters tear through armies of soldiers would give audiences a very different comic book video game experience. An M-rated blood-soaked Boys video game from PlatinumGames or Suda51 would be so much fun.


Futurama spent its earliest years in The Simpsons' shadow, but many people consider it to be the superior animated series as well as a genuinely brilliant love letter to science fiction. Admittedly, a Futurama video game was released back in 2003.


However, both the series and the video game industry have come a long way in the two decades since then. Futurama is set to return with new episodes on Hulu and an original video game, or even a modern remake of the 2003 game, would be a smart way to take advantage of the property's popularity.


Geist is a harrowing sci-fi shooter that throws together a lot of ideas, not all of which come together, but the end result is one of the more unique shooters for the GameCube and a rare mature-rated game. As far as shooters go, Geist isn't the best that the genre has to offer, but it's the game's approach to a futuristic dystopia, spirit possessions, and contrasting gravity that all give it its charm. There's a lot to appreciate in Geist, and adults may be better able to connect the dots and pull separate the good ideas from the shoddy controls.


The Fatal Frame survival horror series has never found the same acclaim as the Resident Evil and Silent Hill games, but it's remarkably consistent in terms of its quality and is still churning out new and horrifying sequels. Nintendo has turned into an odd home for the later Fatal Frame entries, and both Mask of the Lunar Eclipse and Maiden of the Black Water are thoroughly frightening. The fifth and latest entry, Maiden of the Black Water, unpacks heavy subject matter as it looks at depression, suicide, and human sacrifices, all while pulling from actual haunting Japanese folklore.


Captain Rainbow is one of the weirdest and most entertaining games on Nintendo's Wii, but it's its many eccentricities that kept the title from being localized outside of Japan. The obscurity of Captain Rainbow feels oddly appropriate in a way, since the quirky title looks at a low-tier superhero's attempts to improve his reputation by solving the problems of forgotten Nintendo mascots. Mimin Island is full of former Nintendo heavyweights, which gives the game a fun and self-aware sense of humor. The game is meant for younger audiences, but many of the jokes that tie back to classic NES icons will only resonate with adults. 041b061a72


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