Yesterday we pointed you to a GameTrailers TV interview with PlayStation marketing SVP Guy Longworth, and the biggest thing to come out of his mouth was confirmation of a Call of Duty title for Vita. He also said that Sony's first party groups would also be working on Vita games, even going as far as to say that "Naughty Dog will be working on something."
But they're not.
Naughty Dog community manager Arne Meyer shut that down in a NeoGAF post.
"We're not working on anything for PS Vita," Meyer said. "I won't say never, ever, but there's no plans for it right now - we've always felt that consoles play to our strengths as a studio the best."
Arne later stressed that Naughty Dog has never made a handheld game, so this clarification shouldn't be much of a surprise.
From a later NeoGAF post: " I hate to sound like a treading the line spin-meister here, but I've said that traditionally consoles have played to our strengths - and desires to push the utmost limit of resources and memory our tech and engine. That can change with the right handheld, as why I said I won't ever say "never" but we hadn't encountered that yet."
So, not "never," but still probably not.
[Warning: I don't have any spoilers in the body of this post, but tread carefully in our comments below. Destructoid's readership is made up of incredible people, but a few assholes sneak in from time to time. They could ruin...more
Europe is getting two special editions of The Last of Us and Sony has provided a couple of new videos to give us a better look at what each edition contains. The Joel and Ellie editions each include the same stuff, the only ...more
Naughty Dog has revealed it had to force the hand of its focus testers in order to get them to acknowledge a female perspective. Originally, The Last of Us was exclusively using male gamers to gauge audience interest, until t...more