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Naughty Dog will make 'several anniversary announcements' this year


2:30 PM on 04.11.2014
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Naughty Dog will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year and in doing so, there will be "several anniversary announcements happening over the coming months."

The first is a collaboration with Dark Horse Comics on The Art of Naughty Dog, releasing later this year. The book will "feature hand-picked, never-before-released artwork depicting our past, present, and future" and also include a chapter on fan art which should be lovely.

The studio sure has come a long way. But, back to that first quote -- what could it mean? Crash Bandicoot fans want more Crash, Jak and Daxter fans want more J&D. Same as it ever was.

The Art of Naughty Dog: Celebrating 30 Years of Games [PlayStation Blog]






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