Naughty Dog Announces Photo Mode Challenge For The Last Of Us’ 10 Year Anniversary

The Last Of Us is only days away at the time of writing from celebrating its 10 year anniversary, as the original game launched on the PS3 all the way back in 2013, on June 14.

As part of the celebrations for the 10 year anniversary, Naughty Dog has announced a Photo Mode challenge, asking players to submit their best and most impressive photos taken from the game, each exemplifying their love for the series.

FrostedFire110d ago (Edited 110d ago )

How can this game be celebrating 10 years when the last of us past 1 came out last year? Naughtdog is kinda whack

CrimsonWing69110d ago

I think it’s just then trying to get the community/fans to do something fun to start off the celebration 🤷‍♂️

Algullaf110d ago

Last year release it was a remake for the original game that was launched on Playstation 3 10 years ago.

outsider1624110d ago

It explains right there on the first paragraph.lol

EvertonFC110d ago

You been in a coma ? Serious question.

SyntheticForm109d ago


Part I and The Last of Us are the same game; ND simply wanted graphical and artistic consistency (and more money) by releasing Part I.

anast109d ago

I like your style. I'll give you a downvote to see how many you can get.

FrostedFire109d ago (Edited 109d ago )

Thanks. Evidently everyone on N4G has no concept of sarcasm haha

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sadraiden110d ago

Photo Mode Challenge!

Uses painfully amateur random photo of Joel looking like a PS2 character to advertise photo mode challenge.

InUrFoxHole110d ago

Yawn! Would've rather had a new game announced

CS7110d ago

ND: No new SP game after focusing on a live service GAAS game (that no one asked for) for the past three years…

Also ND: Photo Mode! 🥳

purple101110d ago

Yeh competition is a nice thing to celebrate ...but, how about a new game

Commo'n all ready!


jznrpg110d ago

They are working on a new game besides Factions so yeah.
It’s just a 10th anniversary nod to the first game

CS7109d ago (Edited 109d ago )

Their last game release was three years ago, there would have been an announcement by now if they didn’t waste their time on that stupid factions game.

anast109d ago

One of the most talented studios in gaming can only work on one thing at a time...stupid take.

darkrider110d ago

I just found that I got a special limited edition of tlou with a book with a tape. Sooo cool only 2500 made and mine it's number 1801

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Sega has cancelled Hyenas ‘and some unannounced games in development’

The move was made “in response to the lower profitability of the European region”

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isarai5h ago

Honestly smart move, there's enough pvp, operator/hero based pvp GAAS games with this same generic style out and upcoming.

Vits4h ago(Edited 4h ago)

That is really sad. Not only cancelling Hyenas, but the other unannounced game and cutting funds yet again for Creative Assembly. This would be the first time in a decade that Sega let those guys do something other than the Total War series and the last time this happened, Creative Assembly delivered one of the best horror experiences out there in the form of ALIEN: ISOLATION.

I get that profitability is low. But maybe it's because Creative Assembly has been stuck putting out yearly releases of the Total War series. Those games are great, don't get me wrong but the market is extremely saturated with them and they are limited in public as they are only available on PC and PC players are know for making their favourite titles last a long time. To the point that people are still playing Total War Shogun 2 from 2011 at reasonable numbers...

So I feel this is a very bad move. It basically boxes the studio in a situation where they are unlikely to improve their profitability. Now not only they will go back to the same yearly franchise, but they will have to do that with a lower budget and likely team as well.

TheColbertinator23m ago

The problem with Total War is that they (CA) themselves saturate the series to death. Out of the last 5 Total War games I felt only Three Kingdoms was presenting new bold ideas. Troy, Britannia, Rome Remastered and Warhammer 3 all felt sloppy or lazy.