Tag: Naughty Dog
Sony's adaptation of it's popular video game franchise from Naughty Dog has had a rough time getting to the big screen. It's cycled through a couple directors, been delayed and we haven't heard much about it in a long time. However, with a new video game announced (A Thief's End), the film's current director, Seth Gordon, is confident that they'll begin rolling cameras early next year. Come inside to check out all he had to say about the upcoming project!
Like most things Sony tries to hide, it ends up getting leaked before an official announcement. The Last of Us Remastered was pretty much confirmed a while ago, but today Sony went ahead and confirmed it themselves earlier today. Come inside to check out what all will be included in the new version of Naughty Dog's amazing game for the next-gen console!
Naughty Dog has firmly cemented their place in the gaming industry as developers who can make fun games with incredibly engaging stories and characters. Their latest outing, The Last of Us, garnered heaps of 2013 Game of the Year awards but their rise to such fame all started with the Uncharted series. All month long in Gamerlinx we’re discussing the best Sony exclusive video games, and I thought it’d be great to kick things off with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
Since The Last of Us released last year to such high critical acclaim, Sony and Naughty Dog have been anxious to adapt the story for the big screen. Now they're getting closer, as Screen Gems has announced they've inked a distribution deal for the film, which will bring in Sam Raimi and his team to help produce the feature. Come inside for the full release!
Yesterday, a banner ad up on the PlayStation Network was promoting the upcoming story-based DLC for Naughty Dog's incredible The Last of Us. The surprising thing was, however, that the banner seemingly revealed when exactly the expansion would be available. While the ad was taken down quickly, gamers took notice, and now Naughty Dog has confirmed the truth of it. The Last of Us: Left Behind will be available on February 14th.
To become a part of Sony’s Platinum range back in the days of the PS1, a game had to sell over 400,000 copies worldwide within a year of it’s release. Here we have hand picked 5 games that managed to make it to Platinum and take a look at what made those games stand out among the crowd and shine brighter.