- Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton
shared details today on The Last of Us in which Neil Druckmann
offers his insight on creating a future PS3 classic.
To quote: As many of you will have seen, the review scores are finally in for The Last of Us - the brand new PS3 title from Uncharted studio Naughty Dog.
At the time of writing, its Metacritic score sits at a mighty 95/100, cementing its place as one of the very finest video games of this console generation. Perfect scores came in from some of the toughest critics in the business, including Eurogamer, Edge and Videogamer.
In just seven days' time you'll be able to judge for yourself, but in the meantime I caught up with the game's Creative Director Neil Druckmann to delve into the project's origins, its development and the studio's thoughts on the finished product.
He was in fine form - just as we started talking, he was handed an early print-out of the very first review - that Edge 10/10. Read on for some great insight into video game development at the very highest level.
Neil, you've been tasked with creating a brand new IP and following the hugely successful Uncharted series. Do you feel much pressure on your shoulders?
Absolutely, just because it's a new position...