Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, arguably the biggest PS4 game expected in 2015, won't be out this year after all. Developer Naughty Dog announced a delay to the action-adventure game this morning.
Crash Bandicoot helped give Sony an unofficial mascot to compete against Nintendo with Mario and Sega with Sonic, as well as establish a new way to engage in challenging platforming back on the 32-bit console. Well, despite all the success that cartoony and spirited depiction of characters like Crash helped bring Naughty Dog, they won't be returning to the series anytime soon.
One of Naughty Dog's goals this gen is to up the specs of games from last gen to this gen. Last gen we had a lot of 720p games at 30fps. This gen, gamers are expecting that developers will up the ante and standardize 1080p at 60fps. It's the natural evolution of technology.
If you were hoping for a quick follow-up to the 2013 masterpiece from Naughty Dog, The Last of Us, keep hoping. There are no plans right now for a sequel to the critical and commercial first-party success from SCE and Naughty Dog, since the developers are focusing more on the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 adventure-shooter, Uncharted 4.
A 30th Anniversary documentary was released for Naughty Dog to celebrate the company's rise and continued success over the years. The video highlights the scrappy, indie-start of the company as it rose through the ranks to become one of the most recognized entertainment studios the world around.
There's a ton of new features introduced in the latest promo video for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for the PS4. The 15 minute video leaves little to be desired on the end of gamers, other than the desperation of wanting to play the game for themselves.
Naughty Dog has some good news for Last Of Us players on both PS4 and PS3. They're promising multiplayer bug fixes along with some free content.
Last night's live performance of The Last Of Us included a little something extra: a never-before-seen ending to the game. This scene, according to Last of Us creative director Neil Druckmann, was intended as a goodbye to Joel and Ellie.
A new video released compares the cinematic graphics from The Last of Us on the PlayStation 3 to The Last of Us on the PS4. The breakdown features 10 whole minutes of side-by-side comparisons between both versions of the game, and the differences may or may not be obvious to everyone.
One of the most critically acclaimed PlayStation 3 games makes the jump to the new generation this week as The Last of Us Remastered launches for the PlayStation 4, leading the charge for this week’s latest batch of content arriving on Sony’s family of consoles.
Can't wait to get your hands on the new and improved version of The Last of Us running at 60 frames per second and at native 1080p on the PlayStation 4? Well, you're in luck because various individuals managed to get their hands on the game early and offer up players a first-hand look at the overhauled PS3 masterpiece from 2013.
During a surprise Comic Con panel about the Last Of Us film, an audience member inevitably asked a question about Last Of Us 2. Here's what the panel had to say.
The team notes that The Last of Us on PS4 was all a test for using the engine to help with getting Uncharted 4: A Thief's End to run at 1080p and 60fps on the PlayStation 4.
The Last of Us: Remastered is the re-release of last year's first-party offering from Sony on the PS3. The only thing is, this time around it's being released for the PlayStation 4. After a few months of media promotion and fan deliberation, it has recently been announced (in a very unorthodox way) that The Last of Us: Remastered has gone gold for the PlayStation 4.
During Sony's E3 2014 live stage conference they unveiled the sequel to Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception called Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. The game is set to arrive exclusively for the PlayStation 4 in 2015.