Modern-day gaming has become an increasingly immersive experience, and with fanbases that rival that of even the most popular movie franchises, it was inevitable that the line between the video game and television industries would continue to blur. Because of this, AAA games (high-budget, high profile games, usually made by well known publishers) and major streaming providers are a killer combo (on paper, at least). One such combo is HBO Max's newest entry in the game-turned-TV series arena: The Last of Us.
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