Apparently not everyone liked the third episode of The Last of Us; many users did not appreciate a central twist, and opted for review bombing.
Il third episode Of The Last of Us had a huge audience success, further increasing both the numbers and the fame of the new series HBO. Apparently, however, not everyone really liked it, given that on the web a contingent of people railed against the “homosexual turn” that we see between two characters specifically (obviously continuing to read means running into
on the series).
The latest episode of The Last of Us has obtained a lot of flattery and just as many criticisms, to the point of pushing some fans to real review bombing on the web. Many have criticized a precise turning point, the one between Bill (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett), feeling entitled to judge it harshly with extremely negative reviews and ferocious comments.
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Even knowing that this story would change some things compared to Naughty Dog’s video game, the fans couldn’t help themselves, causing the score to drop IMDB of the HBO series at 8.2/10. This result should come from the thousands of one-star reviews people have shared over the past few days.
Many have expressed their opinion on the two characters involved, writing that “Bill has been reduced to a boring symbolic representation”or that it doesn’t even feel like an episode of The Last of Us since there is no action and “this is not a romantic show but about zombies”and many other comments on the same slope.
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