Episode 71 – The Last of Us

The Last of Us and Theology

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Deer Listeners! Join Logan and friend of the show, Collin, as they discuss one of the most beloved games of all time: The Last of Us. Before the game is discussed, the guys discuss their favorite JRPGs, how Star Ocean disappoints, Dark Souls 3,  Guardians of the Galaxy, loving people like Christ, and more. During The Last of Us discussion, we discuss themes of adoption, morality in a post-apocalyptic world, and the game’s controversial, though authentic, ending, and if whether or not Naughty Dog will make a sequel.


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3 thoughts on “Episode 71 – The Last of Us”

  1. I really enjoyed hearing how Collin (I think) plays the game and his wife joins him like it is a movie. That’s what I loved about Final Fantasy 7 (I think) more than 15 years ago. I was a terrible gamer, but I loved watching friends play because of the story line. But I just thought it was cool that a married couple would be into games together.

    You all have me wanting to play the game and I don’t know when I will have the time, money, or chance.

    Another good episode, gentlemen!


  2. Another thing: I wish I could get back into comic books. But they got a bit more graphic in the way the female characters dressed and I know my wife wouldn’t be happy with that. I do miss them to some degree. My father and I used to read them as hobby when I was a child.

    I still may check out the Guardians of the Galaxy one though (just to see).


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