Sony’s fan-focused PlayStation Experience (PSX) event is in full swing in Anaheim, California this weekend, and the console-maker/publisher didn’t disappoint with its annual keynote that kickstarted the festivities. In a conference that featured Uncharted story DLC, Marvel v. Capcom Infinite, a slew of classic remakes/masters and smaller titles perfect for the passionate crowd, The Last of Us Part II was the megaton announcement that pushed supporters into rabid fervor. As a sequel to one of the best games ever made, the game was the most impressive reveal in Sony’s entire arsenal, but it begs the question: was the game announced too early?
ONE LAST ADVENTURE
Forget what you know about Uncharted. In the opening hours of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, it’s clear that we are dealing with a game that cares more about the characters than the heavy set pieces past games became known for. Even in the first hour, we get to know more about Nathan Drake than we did in the past three games. Can Naughty Dog give Nathan Drake the final outing he deserves? Continue reading Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review
Sony and Bluepoint Games has released a new trailer to the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection as well as providing new details about what it will come with the collection. Continue reading Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Gets New Details
In the February issue of Game Informer, Naughty Dog has revealed information about the story for the newest game of their flagship franchise, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Continue reading Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Story Revealed