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Trailer: 'The Last of Us' examines fungus-ravaged future

In the latest trailer for "The Last of Us," the PS3 game's directors talk about contrasting characters and the anguish of fighting infected humans. This isn't the post-apocalyptic vision of yore, but one in which cities have been reclaimed by plant and fungus. Inspired by a real-life fungus which causes infected ants to become 'zombies,' "The Last of Us" sees human society decimated by a similar parasite. Some infected humans, known as 'runners,' still have the power of sight.

Trailer: 'The Last of Us' examines fungus-ravaged future

In the latest trailer for "The Last of Us," the PS3 game's directors talk about contrasting characters and the anguish of fighting infected humans. This isn't the post-apocalyptic vision of yore, but one in which cities have been reclaimed by plant and fungus. Inspired by a real-life fungus which causes infected ants to become 'zombies,' "The Last of Us" sees human society decimated by a similar parasite. Some infected humans, known as 'runners,' still have the power of sight.

Trailer: 'The Last of Us' examines fungus-ravaged future

In the latest trailer for "The Last of Us," the PS3 game's directors talk about contrasting characters and the anguish of fighting infected humans. This isn't the post-apocalyptic vision of yore, but one in which cities have been reclaimed by plant and fungus. Inspired by a real-life fungus which causes infected ants to become 'zombies,' "The Last of Us" sees human society decimated by a similar parasite. Some infected humans, known as 'runners,' still have the power of sight.
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