PlayStation bringing The Last of Us, Tearaway, indie titles to PAX East

Attendees at PAX East this weekend will be able to get their hands on playable demos of The Last of Us, Tearaway and a handful of PlayStation Network titles, Sony announced today on the PlayStation Blog.

Players can experience a hands-on demo for The Last of Us in a special set designed to look like one of the in-game environments. The demo is set in a post-apocalyptic version of Boston, a city wasted by infestation and abandonment. Players who managed to complete the demo in the allotted time will win a The Last of Us tension brick, pictured above, and all who play will receive a special t-shirt. Check out Polygon's impressions of the title here.

Sony's booth will also stock 250 limited edition posters featuring artwork from the second issue of The Last of Us: American Dreams graphic novel.

Media Molecule will also be at PAX East showcasing Tearaway, and will be rewarding booth visitors with "buttons, shirts and papercraft items" for completing simple challenges, as well as showing off some Tearaway concept art. We've also spent some time with Tearaway, check out our impressions as well.

A handful of PlayStation Network indie titles will also be available to play at the IndieMegaBooth, including Pub Fund title Sportsfriends, Drinkbox Studio's Guacamelee and Muteki's Dragon Fantasy Book 1 and Book 2.

Irony Galaxy will also be demoing DiveKick for PlayStation 3 and Vita and Frima Studio is bringing Nun Attack and Zombie Tycoon 2.

Polygon will be at PAX East this weekend, bringing you coverage straight from the source.

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