In this special vacation episode of the Favecast, we’re joined by former game journalist/one-time guest Kotaku weekend editor and Dishonored 2 narrative consultant, Cara Ellison, to talk about the subtle things women notice when men write female characters, primarily through the lens of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
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.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Gronk madness, twisted wrestlers, Uncharted action and much more!
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.
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?