Uncharted 4 Director On The Games that Impressed Him at E3: The Last Guardian, Cuphead and Morpheus

on June 17, 2015 3:14 PM

Uncharted 4: A Thief‘s End is definitely one of the most impressive games at E3, with the new Jeep-powered demo making the rounds, but what impressed those at the helm of the game among the enormous bulk of games introduced at E3? Director Neil Druckmann spoke out during a livestream on GameSpot.

“There’s a game called The Last Guardian, that was pretty cool… that new indie game… (laughs). I was telling you earlier, Cuphead [by Studio MDHR for Xbox One and Windows], just the look of that game, the animation, I wanna get my hands on that… All the Morpheus stuff…”

Co-Director Bruce Straley also added his own insight:

“I’m kinda blown away by everything, honestly, there is a lot of games, a lot of amazing stuff, right now everybody has got the handle on the technology.”

Can’t really disagree that point of view. This was really an impressive E3, with a lot of great games on the show. It was definitely promising for the future of this generation.

 /  Executive News Editor
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