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The Last of Us: Left Behind review roundup harmony

Some of you might say that The Last of US was a great game but it didn’t take long for boredom to set in, although that’s only a view shared by a minority. For Naughty Dog fans who loved the game and have been eager for more, then the release of The Last of Us: Left Behind is a big deal.

Fans of the latest IP from Naughty Dog will be able to download the new The Last of Us: Left Behind content from today, although it’s not going to go down well with your loved one because once you have installed the DLC you will be eager to start playing it. If you have restraint, then we would suggest holding off just for a few hours after work to spend some quality time with your partner.

However, you can prepare yourself to see what you have to look forward to once you start playing the DLC, all you need to do is watch a few The Last of Us: Left Behind video reviews.

Seeing as though there are so many reviews out there we thought we would offer our readers The Last of Us: Left Behind review roundup of what some of the top gaming websites thought. One thing is certain though, there seems to be a review harmony going on because they are all scoring the new content very highly indeed.

Below we have five The Last of Us: Left Behind video reviews, which as you well know will contain a few spoilers. While the review scores are very high, there is no getting away from the fact that the new content could have been a little longer. Having said that, for the price, which is $14.99, it is well worth the money for fans that are eager to uncover a few revelations along the way.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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