In an unprecedented but wholly unsurprising move, the American Medical Association has created a new diagnosis for anyone who doesn't like the instant classic, The Last of Us. Checking for an opinion of the game will now become part of routine mental health screenings. Treatment will include providing sufferers with detailed game walkthroughs, development details that outline the game's various impressive aspects, and finally possible shock treatment.
“This is a serious condition,” commented diagnostician Mallory Thomas. “This game is fucking amazing, and if you don't see that, then there are ways we can help you. Victims of this terrible affliction must remember it isn't their fault. This is a disability.” Thomas went on to describe in detail her favorite parts of the game, noting she found the protagonist Joel to be “extremely dreamy.” - Mike Burdette