Posts Tagged ‘Naughty Dog’
Naughty Dog released an interview with Erin Daly and Quentin Cobb in anticipation of the release of The Last of Us Remastered on PS4.
The Last of Us Remastered edition is set to release at the end of next month. Instead of buying just the game, Sony has announced The Last of Us Remastered PS4 bundle for Europe.
The closing announcement in any large, multi-subject press conference is typically a position of honor, a big exciting thing to surprise the crowd and send them home happy.
As massive fans of both Naughty Dog and its Uncharted series, Katerina and I sat down for a fireside chat to discuss the recent departures from the prestigious developer.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Eric Monacelli, Naughty Dog’s Community Manager of more than two years. We talked Jak and Daxter, The Last of Us, 30th Anniversary ideas and more.
Greetings, fellow fireflies! Welcome to the latest Fanatical Friday! We have something exceptional for you guys today.
Insight Editions are celebrating 30 years of Naughty Dog by announcing their exclusive The Last Of Us items.
Marking the third departure from Naughty Dog in the span of a-month-and-a-half, Lead Artist Nate Wells has left Naughty Dog to pursue a career with the independent studio behind The Unfinished Swan, Giant Sparrow.
Any reason for us to get more The Last of Us is a good reason. We’ve heard about a new single-player mode for the past couple of months, and now it’s finally here. The Last of Us fans, prepare yourself for a new single-player difficulty that is sure to be the hardest mode yet: Grounded.
I am a child. A big man-child. A trailer for the long rumored, leaked and then confirmed port of The Last of Us for the PS4 has finally dropped and I can’t wait.
After anxiously awaiting any sort of update or announcement, it’s finally been confirmed by Naughty Dog that The Last of Us is coming to the PS4 this summer, in a fully remastered fashion, coining it the title The Last of Us Remastered.
Users on NeoGaf have found a rendering of Walter White, reportedly done by Naughty Dog’s lead artist, Michael Knowland.