From the outset of the console video game industry, one of the main goals has always been to produce a video game that feels like we're "playing a movie." The industry had never quite found a balance of playing and watching -- as Final Fantasy and Metal Gear Solid games often prove -- until Naughty Dog released their Uncharted series. Love 'em or hate 'em, the Uncharted series is easily the closest the video game industry has come to creating a "playable movie.
In many ways, the development of online and social games is a lot like producing a TV program, while developing games for home consoles is more like making a movie. We always keep a close watch and place a high value on daily data, ... Read Post
Following the footsteps of the first two Uncharted games, Sony is releasing a "Game of the Year" edition of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. As with other re-releases, the GOTY pack offers quite a bit of DLC. In addition to the main ... Read Post