In anticipation of the release of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End next year, Sony will release a remastered collection of the first three Uncharted games on the PlayStation 4 this fall. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection will be developed by Bluepoint Games, which previously handled the God of War Collection and the Titanfall port on Xbox 360.
We’ve shared several videos from The Fine Brothers’ REACT channel, but none have been quite as dramatic as the group of teenagers reacting to the opening scene of The Last of Us. It’s one of the most affecting scenes in any game of the past several years, and the video stirred up enough interest to turn the play through into a longer series.
This past weekend, we finally got to see part 2.
If you ever needed proof that video games can elicit emotion, you need to check out the gaming videos from The Fine Brothers’ REACT channel. We’ve seen everything from elders satisfying their bloodlust in Grand Theft Auto V to a group of teenagers realize they’ll never be able to beat Mega Man.
But in the latest video, the group of willing participants is shocked into silence for a change. More →
There are few PlayStation exclusives that stir up as much excitement as Uncharted. Each entry has been more bombastic than the last, pushing the PS3 to its limits as the last console generation wrapped up. Now Naughty Dog is back with Uncharted 4, another visually remarkable game which will debut on the PS4 next year. More →
Trying to fix what isn’t broken is typically a fool’s errand. When The Last of Us launched last year to widespread acclaim, many gamers expressed dismay that the series couldn’t have been ported to the next generation, but Naughty Dog was up to the challenge and managed to turn around an upgraded version of the game in just over a year. The Last of Us Remastered isn’t the most ambitious re-release, but it’s still an indispensable part of any PS4 owner’s library, especially those who missed it the first time around. More →
A remastered version of one of the most esteemed games of the last generation, The Last of Us, is coming to the PS4 in two weeks. I haven’t done any extensive research on the matter, but I think this might be the shortest turnaround on a upscaled, triple-A rerelease in the history of console gaming, which immediately had me concerned as to the quality of the final product. After seeing the game in action on Tuesday, I’m happy to report that Naughty Dog is giving fans of the game and newcomers alike a whole lot to look forward to. More →