Entries in 'uncharted' (17)
Four appears to be the magic number for Sony’s Naughty Dog studio.
Developer Naughty Dog says it became emotional as it put the finishing touches to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Naughty Dog is hardly being subtle with the subtitle of its fourth – and final – entry in the Uncharted franchise. ‘A Thief’s End’: the bell is tolling for ...
Next year looks like one of the busiest in PlayStation’s history, but Sony says the packed release schedule won’t see it move away from deals with big third-party games.
In March, Sony’s end-of-year games line-up took a blow as Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End slipped to 2016.
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection could prove as massively popular as Naughty Dog’s last triple-A re-release.
Sony’s romping adventure trilogy is clambering its way onto PS4 in the form of the Nathan Drake Collection. MCV charts a course for the finest merchandise on offer
Players wanting to catch up on Naughty Dog’s Uncharted franchise before the fourth entry in the series next year are in luck thanks to a new console SKU.
In news that will come as little surprise, the first three Uncharted titles will be coming to PS4 ahead of the series’ fourth (and final) entry next year.
Sony is getting behind Vita once again this autumn, and has revealed a new bundle featuring Tearaway.
The Last of Us marked a massive leap forward not only graphically, but also in terms of video game narrative.
The Uncharted movie will be in cinemas in time for E3 in 2016, Sony has said.
Uncharted 4 is currently in development for PS4, but perhaps one Uncharted game simply isn’t enough for Nathan Drake.
Another high ranking Naughty Dog employee working on the next Uncharted game has left the studio.
The creative director and writer for Sony’s Uncharted series has left developer Naughty Dog.
Corrinne Yu, who served as the principal engine programmer of Halo 4 at 343 Industries, has ended her tenure at Microsoft to join Naughty Dog.
Naughty Dog has announced a new Uncharted title is in development for PlayStation 4.