Who would have thought that The Last of Us was a potential bomb? Well, based on the promotional trailers and the marketing by Sony's team leading up to the game's release, no gamer in their right mind would have thought such a thing. However, behind the scenes, the game's director and key designers were seeing something completely different.
Were you a big fan of the competitive multiplayer modes in The Last of Us on the PS3 and The Last of Us: Remastered on the PS4? Well, there's some good news for you: the team that made those modes as fun as they were are coming back to work on Uncharted 4's multiplayer.
If you own the PS3 version of The Last Of Us, you may not have to shell out another $60 for The Last Of Us: Remastered. Naughty Dog is considering discounts for the PS4 remake.
Is Sony going to finally announce the PS4 version of The Last Of Us? The long-awaited port just showed up in a listing on the PlayStation Store.
Naughty Dog's PS3 survival horror game Last Of Us will make the leap to PS4 later this year, according to Sony. The PS4 version of Last Of Us will come loaded with some additional content.
The Last Of Us creative director Neil Druckmann says that there's a good chance that the PS3 exclusive will get a sequel. Last Of Us 2 might not bring back Joel and Ellie, though.
Coming hot on the heels of a whole bunch of awards and the launch of the Left Behind story DLC, you might find yourself curious to hear how, exactly, a big game like The Last of Us even gets made. That's where Grounded comes in. It's a documentary about the making of The Last of Us, and it's available now through Amazon Instant Video.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has announced nominations for the 2014 British Academy Games Awards, a list including some of the most critically praised games from last year. Surprising no one, The Last of Us leads the pack with the most nominations to its name, garnering 10 total.
How many things would you like to download onto your PlayStation consoles this week? Was your answer “all of the things?” Because that's exactly what you're getting. The harvest is bountiful this week as the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 get a dose of brand new games, Classics, bundles and DLC, including the Valentine's Day delivery of the highly anticipated The Last of Us: Left Behind.
It was a big night at the D.I.C.E. Awards last night, especially if you happen to be working for a little studio by the name of Naughty Dog. While this annual video games award presentation is always a nice showcase of some of the best games the previous year had to offer, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us brought home 10 awards (From 13 nominations), including the top honor for Game of the Year.
Last Of Us's single-player DLC Left Behind could be a month away. The PlayStation Store now lists a February 14th release date for the add-on.
During tonight's Spike VGX show, developers like Telltale Games and Respawn Entertainment showed off their upcoming games. Apparently they gave out some awards in between these previews. On the off-chance you care, here's the list of winners.
Naughty Dog announced details on Last Of Us's three DLC packs today. The first DLC, called the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, will be launching next month.
Patch 1.03, the next update for Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us, will provide a new multiplayer mode for no charge. Interrogation Mode is a twist on the usual deathmatch-like modes offered by the PS3 exclusive.