You many not be aware, but legendary filmmaker and composer John Carpenter is a big fan of video games. As highlighted in a recent interview with AV Club, he's been spending his spare time playing all kinds of titles, like Fallout 76, Horizon Forbidden West, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. One game, however, has been giving him some trouble: The Last of Us: Part II.

Carpenter says he "got stuck" when he "couldn't get the generator started", leaving him feeling "frustrated". He wanted to keep playing, "but they wouldn't let me", he continues. It sounds like he's referring to the generator in the chapter Downtown, which requires fuel to get started. If you're reading, Mr. Carpenter, you're more than welcome to check out our extensive The Last of Us 2 guide!

As it so happens, Naughty Dog itself has come to the director's aid, pointing out the game's fantastic accessibility options to make certain tasks easier:

The interview is worth reading to see more of Carpenter's insights on the world of games. It turns out he really likes Jak & Daxter, too!