DOG: Uncharted developer Naughty Dog’s next game The Last Of Us looks like an intriguing new direction. Check out the trailer and conjecture within.
Can't wait for some solid details from Naughty Dog. I'm sure this title will be as impressive as any of the Drake adventures.
honestly think this is going to be the big game for the ps3 of 2012 The uncharted series are one of the biggest reasons to own a ps3, and after that for them to say they want to go further with storytelling in games, I think this is going to be one of the few single player games I fork out full prIce for day 1 of release
I bet it will have the same feeling as uncharted just darker and scarier. I guess the closest example on how the game will seem like is those sections where Drake encounters the creatures on the first game.
As Dr. Steve Brule would say "It's a video game dum dum."
I think this will be Naughty Dogs farewell before entering into the Next-Gen! and what a farewell it will be indeed!... I cannot wait!
ive been thinking that too, since (unfortunately) i dont think theyll be making UnKarted. (CTR, Jak X) and hey if this is a hit maybe theyll make a sequel for the ps4
LOL @ Matrix2k Generics? You don't have to go further than Gears of War for that. What Naughty Dog is crafting is something plausible and realistic with a sci-fi spin and an emotional narrative. 'Scuse me if they're going for a man with a beard and a little teenage girl? Tell me how often that happens in games? Generic? More like a plausible and realistic duo in a post apocalyptic situation. The Last of Us is an experience that we can relate to with an emotional drive and character development, not generics. If it was a generic zombie game it would be balls out action and beefy steroid-pumped zombie hunters and no emphasis on character development. I guess you're gonna tell me that 'I Am Legend' is a generic slice of cinema.
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