Posts Tagged ‘Naughty Dog’
Naughty Dog Creative Director and writer of the Uncharted series, Amy Hennig, has left the studio and “numerous” sources claim she may have been forced out.
Back towards the end of last year, Naughty Dog announced a The Last Of Us design contest. Not only would the winners have their designs made into t-shirts, they’d also be chosen by special guest judges and could win up to $2000.
At last night’s “Greatness Awaits” event celebrating the midnight launch of the PS4, Naughty Dog stole the show with not only one big announcement (The Last of Us DLC finally) but they delivered some exciting news that everyone has been waiting for since Uncharted 3‘s release!
Two years ago, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception released, giving PlayStation gamers an exciting new story and adventure featuring our favorite hero, Nathan Drake.
Naughty Dog is partnering up with We Love Fine to hold a fan art design contest where fans can bring their artistic visions about The Last of Us to life
It’s no secret that us Last of Us fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of single player DLC; with all the teases about “Outbreak Day” (Thursday, September 26th), we thought for sure we’d get something DLC related; but all we got was this interesting take on what The Last of Us would have been […]
Enjoy the final month of summer, sun, and freedom indulging in Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception multiplayer!
Throughout the video game history, gameplay and graphics have come a long way and we’ve seen tremendous leaps, but is it enough?
You might have heard that The Last of Us came out recently, but was its phenomenal success expected? Yes, and it might mean more to the developer than you think.
If you’ve been keeping up with the post-release drama of The Last of Us, then you’ve heard of the sex hotline phone numbers that were found on PEST CONTROL fliers in the game; oops!
There’s a certain level of emptiness that you feel after playing a game like The Last of Us; it’s this haunting, inexplicable emptiness that leaves you wanting more as you hang your head, wipe your tears, sigh, and acknowledge that it’s over.