The sequel to The Last of Us which came out in June 2014, the re-mastered version should live up to expectations.
It all starts with an apocalyptic plant Earth where cities lie abandoned and nature is starting to reclaim it. The population was more or less obliterated by a modern plague and those that survived have resorted to killing each other to get an advantage, be it for weapons, food or really anything else they can get their hands on. The main characters are Ellie who was a young teenage girl and Joel and brutal survivor. They must work together to complete the tasks set ahead.
This does not change in the sequel, but you won’t get bored to quickly! You’ll be hooked as your emotions are scattered and jumbled between fear, confusion and anger. This game is set to top the last so hang on in there, as we are very close to the release date: 29th July 2014, some stores are even letting you pre-order this.
PBS provide an amazing service to parents by providing educational entertainment for children on many different devices, from IPAD and IPHONE’s to KINDLES and WINDOWS Phones and tablets as well as your computer. Meaning that no matter where you are, you can keep your children entertained using an educational platform.
Trying to keep your child interested in learning can be tough, but creating games that will help them improve whilst being fun and challenging is the perfect way to tackle this problem!
PBS have got it nailed with this app, including a game that parents and children can work on together, where your child is introduced to “real-life” type situations like going to the supermarket and the game revolves around this! This type of gaming will help to encourage a dialog between child and parent as they work together to complete tasks, with over 12 games available, this will surely keep your child’s curiosity.