No HOTT GAME BOYZ this time--Nate's on his own as he reviews the prettied-up The Last of Us Remastered! With the upgraded graphics and additional features and content, is it worth it to double-dip on Naughty Dog's survival-horror actioner even though it just came out last year? Hit the jump for our full review!
Rumors recently kicked up surrounding a remastered PlayStation 4 version of The Last of Us, and that's precisely what we're getting. Sony confirmed The Last of Us Remastered for a summer release on PS4. Read on for more.
Those who have played The Last of Us and are interested in how it was made will want to set aside some time to watch Grounded: The Making of The Last of Us. Dig into the feature-length documentary past the jump.
November's reveal video didn't offer much in terms of footage, so despite being brief, Naughty Dog's latest teaser for the upcoming The Last of Us story DLC is substantial enough. See the brief preview past the jump.
Animator Brian Anderson has to remind us that he doesn't work for Naughty Dog or Traveller's Tales, because his mock LEGO game videos are just that convincing. The latest imagines a world in which the bleak world of The Last of Us is given the LEGO treatment after the jump.
The saga of The Last of Us continues on PS3 early next year with Naughty Dog's first ever single-player DLC, The Last of Us: Left Behind. Dig into the very brief reveal teaser after the jump.
The PlayStation Blog detailed some of the upcoming DLC for The Last of Us. In addition to Season Pass downloadables like a new map pack, the team is cooking up a fresh single-player story that introduces a new character. Read on for more.
For the first time since Metal Gear Rising: Revengance, CRN's HOTT GAME BOYZ, Joseph Luster and Nate Ming, team up again to take a look at Naughty Dog's harrowing survival-horror adventure The Last of Us. Hear their thoughts on what it does right, what it does wrong, and Joel's manly musk after the jump!
Reviews are in for The Last of Us, and for the most part Naughty Dog's PS3-exlusive survival game is getting some really exemplary marks. The rest of us won't get to play it until June 14, but for now you can soak in the live-action TV spot after the jump.
We're about a month out from the release of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us on PlayStation 3, so promotion is starting to kick into gear. Catch up with our lead survivors, Joel and Ellie, in the second TV spot after the jump.
Back in February Sony released a developer diary that introduced the enemies of The Last of Us, The Infected. If that piqued your interest, the team at Naughty Dog is back to go into more detail on the inspiration behind them, as well as the relationship between protagonists Joel and Ellie. Dig in after the jump.
Developer Naughty Dog (Crash Bandicoot, Uncharted) is offering a look behind the creation of its latest game, The Last of Us, with a diary that details the origin of the Infected. See the thought that went into these enemies, which they stress are not zombies, and just try to get that horrific clicking sound out of your head after the jump.