LGBT organisation praises The Last of Us and Dragon Age

BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition and Naughty Dog’s Left Behind DLC for The Last of Us were both commended by GLAAD for depicting some of the most intriguing LGBT characters of last year.

In theLGBT organisation’s round-up of all entertainment media, the two games were praised for certain characters within their casts – including The Last of Us’ main character Ellie.

Left Behind’s scenes between Ellie and childhood friend Riley, in which the two express their feelings for each other, were the main source of praise for Naughty Dog. GLAAD reiterated that gay hermit Bill earned the full game a place on 2013’s list.

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