The Last Of Us: The Malaysian connection

Did you know that a Malaysian was involved in the making of The Last Of Us? — Photos: Sony Interactive Entertainment

A mass fungal infection causes a pandemic that leads to an apocalypse – the idea is not just frightening but a little too close for comfort, right?

It is little wonder that when HBO’s post-apocalyptic drama television series The Last Of Us (TLOU) hit the screens earlier this year, it pushed all the right buttons, receiving acclaim from critics, who praised the performances, writing, production design, and score.

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