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Naughty Dog

If there is one thing that defines the output of American developer Naughty Dog - founded in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, in 1986 - it is their cinematic style of video game storytelling. Recent, bestseller games like Uncharted and its sequels, and The Last of Us, are full of interactive cinematics: moments that blend cutscenes and gameplay, allowing the player to be a meaningful part of a climactic scene as it plays out, rather than a passenger who might as well put the control pad down. This aspect of the studio's games is carefully integrated alongside the outstanding narrative and character designs that have seen Naughty Dog releases set new standards of filmic sophistication in the medium.

To be able to walk the fine line between the requirements of gameplay, technical limitations, and the overall look and feel of the game, studio creatives at Naughty Dog have to be well versed in both arts and technology. Needless to say it helps a great deal that studio personnel have experience of designing great games from Naughty Dog's earlier series, such as Jak and Daxter and Crash Bandicoot.

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The Last of Us Part II print and notebook collection

I don't want to lose you

The Last Of Us Fine Art Print Collection

No matter what, you keep finding something to fight for

Uncharted 4 Fine Art Print Collection

Sic Parvis Magna

Jak & Daxter gallery

I'm Daxter. He's Jak. He's with me

Uncharted 1, 2, 3 Fine Art Print Collection

You just count to five and pull the cord. Easy, right? ... AHHH! Onetwothreefourfive!

On Sale: The Last of Us II Art Collection

Exclusive and Official Concept Art Giclees!

The Last of Us II Art Prints

Art Directing The Last of Us Part II

Naughty Dog's John Sweeney talks about the art development of the seminal game.

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Official The Last of Us Art Print Collection

Beautiful print set by Naughty Dog and Cook & Becker

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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Fine Art Prints

Adventure awaits

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Games on film: it's getting better

Uncharted and Sonic2 prove: game movies are (finally) hitting their mark.

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