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The Last of Us – Soundtrack on USB

This is an interesting item that presents a creative way to distribute a soundtrack in a post-CD world – a mock cassette tape which folds out to reveal a USB plug is actually a flash drive containing the soundtrack for The Last of Us. Great pains have been taken to make this item look authentic, and the case liner even has some nice art on the back. Good to see a modern gaming promo item that isn’t run-of-the-mill.

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