The lights are on
Naughty Dog has always been a studio about teamwork. Originally founded by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin, the duo expertly guided the company until their departure in 2004, when they made room for Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra to take the helm and become co-presidents of the legendary studio. Game Informer editor-in-chief Andy McNamara sat down with the co-presidents to talk about their history, the studio's emphasis on storytelling, and what it has been like to hand the reins of a second team over to Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann for the Last of Us. Watch the video below and let us know what you think in the comments.
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My friend just got a PS3 and I'm pretty sure just the Naughty Dog games won't make him regret doing it.
Naughty Dog. I love you.
A move controller and the Uncharted book are on the table. Advertising is everywhere.
You are the wind beneath my wings.
You can see the passion these guys have for making great games. Naughty Dog are fantastic!
Naughty Dog is reason enough to own a Ps3. Their games are fantastic. They also seem to be a good studio to work for.
naughty dog does work in a very fascinating way..... thank goodness
Really enjoyed all the Naughty Dog coverage this month along with The Last of Us cover. This interview was no exception