A second TLoU would be nice although a third may over do it. In the second (if there is one) i hope ellie finds out about joel lying and then they go on a massive emotional journey where he has to chase after her because she ran away to find the fireflys to give herself up and find a cure, but you get to switch between joel and ellie running across the country side, then they sort it out they go back to tommys and ellie finds love and they are all safe. But hey strech that out to be more emersfyl into a 14+ hour journey, OR that could be a third and the second a pre-quel where you play as ellie in her younger years the story of it is on the wiki here http://thelastofus.wikia.com/wiki/Ellie.
The last of us = a trilogy
Remember where you heard it first.
I enjoyed all the uncharted sequels so I'm sure ND won't have a problem making a decent sequel if they do decide to go that route.
I honestly DO NOT GET the people who constantly keep saying "NO, NO SEQUEL!!!"
This game isn't going anywhere. It isn't going to change. The game is phenomenal and will stay that way. No amounts of sequels will ever change that. You people frequently use games like Dead Space as examples that there shouldn't be sequels. But you're forgetting one thing: this is NAUGHTY DOG.
With your logic, Uncharted 1 should've STAYED that way and no sequels should have been made. Funny enough, Uncharted 2, the sequel, ends but being even better than the first. Now it's one of the best games to have been created this gen. To have such a wonderful setting and world and to not explore more of it would be an absolute waste. A sequel does not have to be Joel and Ellie. It can be anyone for all we know. I'm really hoping for a sequel because I KNOW that Naughty Dog can create a game that could be even better than the last.
This game really does not need a sequel/prequel. Everything's fine as it is...
Also, I don't get why people consider this game as "so great". Yes it's good, but the theme has been used in movies, tv shows and games so many times in the past years that it wasn't anything special and lots of things could easily be foreseen. The gameplay didn't offer anything new and certainly nothing revolutionary. It also had or still has some glitches/bugs that should not happen in such an AAA title. Graphics and atmosphere are both nice and parts of the story were really emotional, but that doesn't put TLOU in the league of "best games ever"...
Once there's a hype, I guess objectivity goes out of the window