We’ve got just the thing to cure your weekly gaming hangover… every Saturday morning, Hair of the Dog compiles a round-up of interesting Naughty Dog and UNCHARTED 2 links from around the web.
Most of the chatter online this week just covered our announcement last Friday regarding the release of the UNCHARTED 2 PSN Demo and the PlayStation Heroes Skin Pack, but we did find one thing that we didn’t write ourselves…
Kotaku’s 2009 Game of the Year - Kotaku
After much deliberation among the staff, and a good dose of healthy debate, Kotaku finally reveals their Game of the Year for 2009. We’re pleased as peach it’s UNCHARTED 2—I think we can officially say we’re the “must have game of 2009” now that we’ve got some 32 Game of the Year awards to our name.
Unleashed: The Art of Naughty Dog at the Gnomon Gallery - NaughtyDog.com
A bunch of the Dogs have been working hard trying to get this group show at the Gnomon Gallery underway and everything is all set. The show is booked and the artwork has been selected, now all that’s left is printing, mounting and hanging before the group show opens on March 6, 2010. Hope to see some of you there!
UNCHARTED 2 Title Update 1.04 – Jan 27, 2010 - NaughtyDog.com
The day before our PlayStation Heroes Skin Pack was released, we provided a small but potent update to UNCHARTED 2 in the form of Title Update 1.04. The sole purpose to this Title Update was to clear out all the “Error syncing player data” messages some of the players were getting that were preventing from playing our game online. This did come with a price we worked extremely hard to avoid—those players had to have their Levels rolled back to 1. Oh, and there was one more undocumented and unintentional addition to the Title Update—the ammo capacity of the Dragon Sniper was reduced from 10 shots to 6 shots.
UNCHARTED 2 PlayStation Heroes Skin Pack available TODAY - NaughtyDog.com
On the day the PlayStation Heroes Skin Pack was available on various PSN Stores around the world, we marked the occasion by releasing seven character renders of the the skins included in our first downloadable content pack.