Sure, A Way Out isn’t the heart-wrencher we were all expecting but there are touching moments that are certainly emphasised by the cooperative nature of the game. I wouldn’t say I feel for these characters, however. Rather I feel for the person I’m looking out for over chat.
It's been a great year to be a gamer, though next year's hardware and software release schedule looks set to be even better. With that view, here are some of the best Christmas gifts to get the gamer in your life (or even treat yourself) this holiday season. As always, we're steering clear of actual... Continue Reading →
It's not surprising that one of the first games to receive retroactive PS4 Pro and HDR support would be from one of the company's headline studios. Naughty Dog is Sony's golden child and The Last of Us their prized prodigy, so it makes sense that the chart toppling masterpiece will sit at the forefront of PS4 Pro... Continue Reading →
In a world where taking a perfectly good product and making it look like it's from the 90s is reserved for the hipster population, the word 'vintage' has come to take some cultural precedence. The 'demaster' is gaming's answer to Polaroid cameras and double denim. Avid demaster-ers have been posting their retro answers to the... Continue Reading →
Concept art for asset taken from Uncharted 4: A Thief's End reveals that we may be seeing a The Last of Us comic series in the works soon. Even if you haven't played through Uncharted 4 yet, you'd be stretched to not know about the The Last of Us easter egg that has been dug up by keep eyes. Among others, one of... Continue Reading →
And one honourable mention for sheer annoyance. Over the course of a video game, our protagonist is our eyes and ears through the world we've come to inhabit. However beyond these lovable (and often not to lovable) host bodies, we find some pretty awesome characters along the way. 10. Fallout Series- Mysterious Stranger Since the... Continue Reading →
There are more than a hundred devs working at the Naughty Dog Studios, and among them are over 16 nationalities and over 10 languages. Earlier we ran a piece detailing the voice actors behind the Uncharted franchise. However Emily Rose didn't initially win the part of Elena Fisher. She didn't make it past her first... Continue Reading →
In a recent AP interview, Neil Druckmann described how the storyline of Nathan Drake's final adventure changed "100%" after Amy Hennig and Justin Richmond left the project. I say 'left' the project because we'll leave rumours that the pair were 'forced out' by Druckmann and Bruce Strayley to another day. However, since then "the Last... Continue Reading →