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Uncharted film "has a shot" at success, Metal Gear 3 years out, Mass Effect 5 years

Posted: 30.08.2013 by Technet2k

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Producer Avi Arad, known to have brought comic book universes to film successfully, is involved in the adaptations of Uncharted, Metal Gear and Mass Effect. He's got a real good feeling about Nathan Drake.

The "father and son" dynamic in Naughty Dog's Uncharted could give it a "shot at being the first" successful game-to-film project. Metal Gear flick is 3 years away, with Mass Effect about 5 years.

Naughty Dog 'porting over' PS3 engine to PS4, will evolve tech as they need to

Posted: 31.05.2013 by Technet2k

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One huge source of misery for Naughty Dog in their studio's history was scrapping their engine tech when the PlayStation 3 came along because they thought the leap demanded it, but it was a foolish move.

The Uncharted developer "learned our lesson" over that, and they will prove they have by bringing their current engine over to PS4 and adapting it - seeing where changes are needed as it 'hits the wall'.

The Last of Us features Naughty Dog's "longest ever" campaign

Posted: 01.03.2013 by Technet2k

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In a quick question about how long Naughty Dog's The Last of Us will be going through its campaign, community strategist Eric Monacelli teased it was their "longest ever", although it "depends on how you play".

In a new developer diary, Naughty Dog discusses how they approached programming the behaviours of the Infected - "they're not zombies!" The real 'evil villain' is the fungus, not the people.

This week's North American content for PlayStation Network revealed

Posted: 27.06.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Sony has revealed this week's PlayStation Network releases and content for North America, which is highlighted by the full game download of The Amazing Spider-Man, along with a new Uncharted 1/2 bundle. Of course, the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut is also included among this week's DLC.

Uncharted designer leaves Naughty Dog for University of Southern California

Posted: 30.04.2012 by Technet2k

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After 8 years at the Sony-owned Naughty Dog, Richard Lemarchand leaves the Uncharted developer to take a position within the School of Cinematic Arts at a Californian University.

He'll be lecturing from the Interactive Media Division at the University of Southern California, which he praised as "forward-looking" and "practical" in its methods. 'Natural transition'.
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