Fans of Uncharted can get a limited grey-blue console to match their newest game this April. The package includes a matching controller and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. A similarly-themed Gold Headset will be sold separately, as well.
Naughty Dog has given PS4 owners one last chance to spend their time reminiscing with Nathan Drake and his crew before diving into the brand new Uncharted 4 next Spring. For players that never had a chance to run through Uncharted 1, 2, and 3 on the PlayStation 3 console, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection shows off just how much the series has evolved over the years, reminding us why Drake has become one of our favorite household names in this generation of gaming.
Would you look at that, the Taco Bell and PlayStation relationship is growing stronger. How about they give away 6000 special edition Gold consoles? Yes, please.
The last conference of the day was Sony, per the norm each year, and after following the giants of Microsoft, EA, and Ubisoft, they had to steal the show. Good news, video game fans — they didn’t just steal the show, they made history. Read on for all the details.
Our resident Zombiexokiller, Tori, is out of town this week, so I’ll be writing up the Weekend Infection for this weekend. Go easy on me, guys!
It’s the calm before the storm. With E3 2015 quickly approaching, we’re gearing up with some small – and one very, very large – game announcements. It’s only a matter of time before the industry’s flood gates open and we’re bathed in a wealth of gaming news and expectations that will carry us through the rest of the year. In the meantime, here’s what we covered this week!
Jumping ahead of the PlayStation Store leak, and what we can imagine was supposed to be an E3 reveal, Sony has unveiled plans to bring one of its more popular last-gen franchises to the current-gen with UNCHARTED: The Nathan Drake Collection.