Naughty Dog

Since the PlayStation 5 released in November last year, we’ve seen an influx of talented individuals designing their very own PS5 console. More recently, Kode Abdo aka Boss Logic who has worked with Marvel’s star directors the Russo Brothers, and even Jake Gyllenhaal, crafted a brilliantly creative Spider-Man-Miles Morales PS5 that incorporated the iconic black and
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There’s always something very special about every piece of fan art we highlight here at DualShockers. With each paintbrush stroke or pencil etching, characters from the games we love come alive and we’re able to revisit them once again through the incredible talents that lie within the gaming community. As I’m sure you have seen
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In a video for Sony’s CES 2021 showcase, PlayStation’s Jim Ryan says the upcoming Uncharted movie and The Last of Us TV show are “just the beginning.” “We’re also really thrilled to bring some of the best PlayStation IP to new media like film and television,” said Ryan. “You’ll see this year the upcoming Tom
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The Last of Us has gotten no shortage of fan works and tributes, showing how much this series has resonated with its player base. Woostar, who already creates some outstanding pixel art, showcased their own interpretation of the game’s world through their official Twitter account: A little #TheLastofUs in my style@Naughty_Dog #pixelart #gameart pic.twitter.com/Q37pPi012W —
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Yesterday, Naughty Dog released an announcement on its website with news of a few major promotions within the company. Neil Druckmann is joining Evan Wells as Co-President of Naughty Dog. Druckmann has previously been vice-president for the company for almost three years now. Druckmann was also the director of The Last of Us Part II,
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Whether you enjoy the show or not, The Game Awards has essentially become the games industry’s equivalent of the Oscars, Grammys, or Emmys. Even though every other publication around the globe (including us here at DualShockers) ends up handing out annualized “Best Of” awards of their own, Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards is the showcase
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