We might by no means have gotten video games like Uncharted and The Last of Us if Naughty Dog founders hadn’t offered it to Sony.
Before Uncharted and The Last of Us, Naughty Dog was the studio recognized for creating Crash Bandicoot and later Jack and Daxter. After Crash Bandicoot proved to be successful for Sony, the writer approached founders Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin with a purchase order supply.
The pair determined to promote, after all, and in accordance with Rubin, the transfer “made sense”. The resolution wasn’t simple, nonetheless, and the pair “definitely agonised over it” for some time. But, as Rubin advised IGN, it was the very best resolution for the studio.
“Our relationship with Sony was already so intertwined and magical and amazing that certainty for both parties made a lot of sense,” stated Rubin.
“I think – my personal life decision aside – it was the right decision for Naughty Dog. Look where Naughty Dog is today. As an independent, I don’t think Naughty Dog could have done that. I don’t think you’d have these games,” he added, presumably in reference to broadly acclaimed video games like Uncharted and The Last of Us.
In different Naughty Dog information, the studio not too long ago introduced The Last of Us Part 2 with a teaser that bought everybody speaking.