It was today in 2007 that we chased after the first of many extraordinary adventures to come in Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
It was today in 1996 that Crash Bandicoot came to shelves and became one of the more iconic faces on which Sony would sell its new system.
There's a moment in the beginning chapters of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End where series hero Nathan Drake and his wife Elena sit at home on their couch and eat dinner while talking ,as two normal people living normal lives in a normal house. The dissonance of this scene compared to the expected run and gun Indiana Jones-style action of the franchise is deafening, and yet this brief moment of routine sets a perfect tone for the rest of the game.
A recent livestream for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection led to a Naughty Dog employee accidentally referring to there being a second The Last of Us.
Naughty Dog announced that Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is getting a single-player DLC expansion, which is a first for the action series.
Gustavo Santaolalla's gorgeous and stringy original soundtrack for The Last of Us is being pressed for a vinyl release, and it goes on sale this week.
Nathan Drake is getting The Last of Us Remastered treatment, and a PlayStation 4 demo will be coming soon.
Naughty Dog has released its extended gameplay demo of Uncharted 4, which features double the amount of footage we saw during E3 2015.
Nolan North, veteran voice actor, has seemingly leaked the news that developer Naughty Dog is at work on The Last of Us 2.
Nathan Drake's adventures are finally coming to an end. After three games that have spanned every corner of the world, we're all finally going to see how the Uncharted story arc comes to a close. E3 2015 was a perfect arena for the next big reveal, and Naughty Dog did not disappoint. The Sony conference demo was great, but it's the extended version of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End on the show floor that really gets the mind racing.