Naughty Dog's Evan Wells on Uncharted, Home and more
- Posted January 15th, 2008 at 07:19 EDT by Michael Harradence
Naughty Dog Co-President Evan Wells has said that the company is extremely pleased with the critical and commercial reception to its PlayStation 3 title, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, also mentioning that the firm has begun drafting ideas for its next project.
Speaking during an interview with ‘That Video Game Blog, Wells touched on Uncharted’s Metacritic score of 89/100, commenting, “We are very pleased with the critical response that we have received. “
“Particularly that the scores have been so consistent. There really hasn’t been a single reviewer who hasn’t enjoyed the game and the vast majority of the scores have been 9’s or above.”
Regarding Naughty Dog’s pledge to deliver a sequel to the action/adventure title, Wells added, “We’ve also only just started brainstorming on ideas for our next project. Nothing has been solidified yet."
He also touched base with Sony’s upcoming online community service, PlayStation Home, stating that the company is looking into taking advantage of its many opportunities. Despite this, Wells also reiterated that there are currently no plans to offer any form of downloadable content for Uncharted.
"We aren’t planning any downloadable content for Uncharted, but we are planning to take advantage of whatever kind of integration into Home that’s possible”, said Wells.
Stay tuned for more news on Naughty Dog’s plans for Uncharted as they become available. For more information on the inaugural title in the series, pop over to our Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune review here.