Naughty Dog: No Immediate Plans For New Uncharted Game

July 27, 2017
Written by Jason Dunning

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With Uncharted: The Lost Legacy development now complete, everyone at Naughty Dog will be moving to The Last of Us Part II. While Naughty Dog has previously suggested that the Uncharted franchise isn’t done, there aren’t any immediate plans for a new game.

Speaking with Red Bull recently, The Lost Legacy Creative Director Shaun Escayg said:

We have no immediate plans [for another Uncharted game]. But if there’s anything this game proves that this world is beyond Nathan Drake, there’s other cast, other characters – you’ve got quite a vast amount of cast to pull from in the future if you so wanted.

If they do decide to make another Uncharted, Escayg said they probably won’t make it as fast as they did The Lost Legacy:

I’m going on a long vacation after this. I don’t think anyone at Naughty Dog wants to do another full game in a

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Hammond’s Brands Prepares for the Holiday Rush With "Naughty or Nice" Candy Canes

DENVER, July 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Christmas is coming in July this year! At least, it is for Hammond’s Brands, the parent company of Hammond’s Candies, Old Dominion Peanut Company, McCraw’s Candies and the recently launched Mellow Fluffs. The country’s largest handmade candy cane manufacturer has announced this coming holiday season’s much-anticipated limited edition flavor: the Naughty or Nice Cane.

Hammond’s Candies makes nearly seven million jumbo 1.75 oz. candy canes by hand each year. In addition to its 25 standard flavors, which include traditional peppermint, natural versions and even varieties with cream centers, Hammond’s introduces a limited edition holiday flavor each year. This year’s Naughty or Nice Canes each come with the same look – red with white and black pinstripes –  but some are

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A Gentleman song Baat Ban Jaye: Jacqueline Fernandez turns naughty and Sidharth Malhotra is loving it. Watch video


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Naughty Dog: Potentially We Could Spin The Lost Legacy Off, But No Plans Right Now

Naughty Dog recently showcased Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the standalone expansion to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, by sharing a stunning new 4K gameplay video just yesterday.

Some of the key developers from Naughty Dog were also interviewed by the press at a recent event. For instance, writer Josh Scherr spoke with VentureBeat and said that Naughty Dog could potentially spin off a new Uncharted series based on The Lost Legacy, though there are no concrete plans to do so at the time being.

02-109Related Uncharted The Lost Legacy Gets Impressive New 4K Screenshots, Gameplay Footage

We could. One fun thing about the series, and about the genre in general, is that we’re drawing from the idea of this whole world out there of rogues and thieves and treasure hunters and all these things they do with and against each

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Excluded at Seven review – a sort of Educating Naughty Norfolk …

Jordan and Alfie are explaining why children go to their school, the Rosebery in King’s Lynn. “If you’ve been naughty,” says Jordan.

“Boys who’ve got expelled from their other schools,” says Alfie.

“You might not come here, you might go to one of those … what are they called?”

“Boarding schools for bad boys.”

“You might go there. And girls.”

Stella – who is a girl – demonstrates with Lego figures how she got excluded from her last school. This is her, walking around on top of the desks; this is the headteacher shouting: “Get off, you’re excluded.” Jordan says he nearly broke his teacher’s back.

Rosebery is a short-stay school, a nicer name for a pupil referral unit. No child, however badly behaved, should have to go to a unit, should they? This Cutting Edge documentary, Excluded at Seven (Channel 4), quietly takes a seat at the back of the youngest

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/jul/26/excluded-at-seven-review-a-sort-of-educating-naughty-norfolk

Excluded at Seven review – a sort of Educating Naughty Norfolk

Jordan and Alfie are explaining why children go to their school, the Rosebery in King’s Lynn. “If you’ve been naughty,” says Jordan.

“Boys who’ve got expelled from their other schools,” says Alfie.

“You might not come here, you might go to one of those … what are they called?”

“Boarding schools for bad boys.”

“You might go there. And girls.”

Stella – who is a girl – demonstrates with Lego figures how she got excluded from her last school. This is her, walking around on top of the desks; this is the headteacher shouting: “Get off, you’re excluded.” Jordan says he nearly broke his teacher’s back.

Rosebery is a short-stay school, a nicer name for a pupil referral unit. No child, however badly behaved, should have to go to a unit, should they? This Cutting Edge documentary, Excluded at Seven (Channel 4), quietly takes a seat at the back of the youngest

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/jul/26/excluded-at-seven-review-a-sort-of-educating-naughty-norfolk

Naughty Dog’s next female leads are an ass-kicking duo like no other

There’s no shortage of male power fantasies in games. But Naughty Dog may have just opened the door to more honest representations of female power fantasies — and I want more of it.

As a young girl, I remember running down the gaming aisles at Walmart, scanning desperately for any covers with something other than gruff dudes with varying degrees of scowls on their faces.

That’s why the first images to come out of Naughty Dog’s announcement for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy all but stopped me in my tracks. There was that trademark game protagonist scowl again, but this time, it was etched across the gruff faces of two women of color.

More times than not, video game protagonists provide male ideals for us to play around with: whether the hero, anti-hero, thief, or silent type. 

I’m as down as the

Read more at: http://mashable.com/2017/07/25/uncharted-lost-legacy-female-leads/

‘Uncharted: Lost Legacy’ is what a female video game power fantasy looks like

There’s no shortage of male power fantasies in games. But Naughty Dog may have just opened the door to more honest representations of female power fantasies — and I want more of it.

As a young girl, I remember running down the gaming aisles at Walmart, scanning desperately for any covers with something other than gruff dudes with varying degrees of scowls on their faces.

That’s why the first images to come out of Naughty Dog’s announcement for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy all but stopped me in my tracks. There was that trademark game protagonist scowl again, but this time, it was etched across the gruff faces of two women of color.

More times than not, video game protagonists provide male ideals for us to play around with: whether the hero, anti-hero, thief, or silent type. 

I’m as down as the

Read more at: http://mashable.com/2017/07/25/uncharted-lost-legacy-female-leads/