“Last of Us” TV Series Causes Mass Conversion to Gaming, Viewers Demand HBO Provide Gaming Consoles

Fans of Hit Show Turn to Gaming After Watching, Cite “Addictive” Story and Characters

In an unexpected turn of events, the upcoming “Last of Us” TV series has caused a mass conversion of regular people to gamers, leading to a surge in complaints directed at HBO. Viewers are demanding the network provide gaming consoles to supplement their newfound addiction to the post-apocalyptic game.

“I can’t believe this show turned me into a gamer,” said Susan Johnson, a 42-year-old accountant from Des Moines, Iowa. “I used to be a normal person, but now all I can think about is Ellie and Joel and how I can save them from the infected. I need a PS5, stat!”

The Last of Us, a popular video game franchise developed by Naughty Dog, has been adapted for television by HBO, with fans eagerly awaiting the upcoming release. However, the show’s intense story and characters have caused some viewers to become obsessed with the game.

“I binged the entire series in one sitting, and now I can’t stop thinking about it,” said Tom Sanchez, a 29-year-old graphic designer from New York City. “I need to know what happens next. I’ve never played video games before, but I need to play this one.”

HBO has been inundated with complaints and requests for gaming consoles, leading to a response from the network.

“We never anticipated this level of addiction,” said HBO spokesperson John Smith. “We apologize for any inconvenience, but we cannot provide gaming consoles to our viewers. We recommend seeking help if you’re experiencing symptoms of addiction.”

Despite HBO’s warnings, fans of the show continue to flock to gaming stores and online retailers in search of the game. It remains to be seen how the Last of Us TV series will continue to affect viewers, but one thing is certain: the gaming industry is about to get a whole lot of new players.

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