How did Nathan Fillion wind up playing Nathan Drake in an Uncharted fan-film? And who really voiced Cayde-6 during that E3 trailer? On a bonus episode of Kotaku Splitscreen, we discuss.
The official Uncharted movie may be stuck in development hell forever, but actor Nathan Fillion and his crew have made their own 15-minute cinematic tribute to the iconic action-adventure franchise. It is wonderful.
A tweet from a Naughty Dog animator helps explain how the heck Uncharted’s Nathan Drake can survive getting shot at so much. Pointing back to a little-known design factoid reminds players that Drake isn’t a massive bullet sponge—he’s just really lucky.
Today on Highlight Reel we have weird elbows, sheep glitches, sims beds and much more.
The Last of Us and Uncharted director Bruce Straley joins today’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen to talk about burning out, how he feels about not directing The Last of Us 2, and why he left Naughty Dog after 17 years.
Janice Chu worked at Naughty Dog earlier this year on Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Specifically, on the game’s cute-as-a-button closing credits.
Bruce Straley, co-director of The Last of Us and Uncharted 4, is officially leaving Naughty Dog following an extensive sabbatical.
I know, we’ve already featured the art of Uncharted: Lost Legacy, but tonight we’re taking a look at something else: animation from the game.
If there’s one constant across Naughty Dog’s games, it’s that the art that goes into them always ends up contributing to some of the best Fine Art posts we feature that year. Their latest effort is no exception.
Maybe a video game can have too much detail?
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is an easy video game to like in spite of its flaws. It’s buoyed by a winning cast of characters and has some of the prettiest vistas this side of an actual trip to India. It also includes one of the most entertaining hidden features I’ve ever encountered in a video game.
E3 is over, and we made it through alive. On this final episode of Kotaku Splitscreen’s E3 blowout, Jason and I discuss what we thought of the show overall before he sits down with a pair of developers working on Uncharted: Lost Legacy and Crackdown 3.
We got a hands-off demonstration of this August’s standalone $40 PS4 adventure Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Quick impressions: Beautiful location? Check (India). Fun character banter? Yep (Nadine’s a bad-ass. Chloe’s wry). Dynamic firefights? Of course (looked like the best of Uncharted 4's).
Naughty Dog gave us a closer look at Chloe and Nadine’s standalone adventure during tonight’s PlayStation conference, which gives us another chance to see these ladies kick a lot of ass.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy comes to PS4 on August 22, developer Naughty Dog said today. It’ll cost $40, so clearly they see this as something more than DLC (but less than a full game). Who’s stoked for more Chloe?
In an interview published on Collider on Saturday, writer Joe Carnahan talks a little about his work on the Uncharted movie, which he thinks series creators Naughty Dog might be “happy with”. About that, Joe...
Meitu, the free Chinese photo app filling your Facebook and Twitter feeds with big-eyed, rosy-cheeked alien creatures, isn’t just for actual human beings. Witness the horrifically cute things it does to your favorite video game characters.
Joe Carnahan, the writer currently attached to a film adaptation of Uncharted, just finished the most current draft of its screenplay according to a recent post he made on Instagram.