Uncharted 4 Director Praises Bluepoint for its Remasters; “it’s Amazing” that Uncharted “Even Exists”

on October 22, 2015 5:54 PM

Uncharted 4 Co-Director Bruce Straley was Art Director at the time of the first Uncharted, and then moved up to Game Director on Uncharted 2 and Uncharted 3.

Playing Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection sparked fond (and maybe a bit scary) memories of old and admiration for the work of Bluepoint Games, expressed on Twitter.

Indicentally, Straley clarified that he was talking about Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, not Drake’s Deception (which is the subtitle of Uncharted 3).

Personally, I can definitely say that I’m thankful that Uncharted exists.

I have always been a big Indiana Jones fan, and the Uncharted series brings that kind of adventures back to my gaming hobby, especially now that LucasArts isn’t making Indy’s adventure games anymore.

 /  Executive News Editor
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