Uncharted 4 writer & designer react to The Order 1886 & explain The Last Of Us' impact on the studio

After showing the world it can spin mature, emotional storytelling with The Last Of Us, Naughty Dog is ready to return to the story of Nathan Drake, and mix that bombastic Hollywood adventure movie with the nuance and craft the studio has become known for…

Do you think there’s been a game this generation that has been a standard bearer for what we can expect from this new generation?” we ask Josh Scherr and Ricky Cambier – writer and lead designer of Uncharted 4, respectively.

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gamesTM_dom1253d ago

he is the thinking woman's lara croft

Ted_Breakfast1253d ago

Shame we have to wait until 2016...

Kurisu1253d ago

Good things come to those who wait :)

spicelicka1253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

Except for those waiting for Half life 3...

gamesTM_dom1253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

It's from a print magazine - released to the shelves a couple of months back. We have a 'cooling off' period before we can post it online, so as not to cannibalise our own content etc

Oh cool, you've deleted the original comment.

For context: Guy above originally asked why the article states it was written 'just after The Order was released'

OB1Biker1253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

I apologise I was interrupted while editing and wasn't sure it was relevant
Thanks for reply I appreciate

LordMaim1252d ago

The title of the article is "Can Drake Save Next Gen?"

I think this article needs to cool off a little longer.

The_Sage1253d ago

Man.... I hate to wish my life away, but 2016 can't get here soon enough.

jhoward5851253d ago (Edited 1253d ago )

Good read.

I think today's Games are becoming more like Films as gaming technology evolves.

From the article:
So how did Naughty Dog react to The Order: 1886 – did it panic the studio, did it make the developers question the games they’re making? Of course it didn’t.

Personally, I think 1886 is an awesome concept but I just wished [email protected] would've used some of their ideas for 1886 in a different way.Fist off, I really didn't feel afraid of the halfbreed because I think the technology & weaponry used in 1886 seems to powerful and made the halfbreed look powerless imo.

For example, the 1st Alien movie had very primitive looking technology - the computers all looked like they were from the 70's. James camaron did this on purpose because he wanted to give us the feel that the humans on the ships didn't have any advantage over the aliens. Camaron believes had he used high tech weapon in the alien movie the level of anticipation would've change the entire dynamic of his film. I think 1886 should've used the same approach(or similar) imo.

Tyre1252d ago (Edited 1252d ago )

Alien 1 was directed by Ridley Scott, Aliens (the sequel) was directed by James Cameron. You probably meant to say Aliens, because you talk about more than 1 alien in relation to the power of the weapons...or you are just confusing a lot of different elements of both movies. btw i agree with you on your valid argument about the errors in 'the Order 1886'.

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