I'll just say that I'm not a fan of the direction that Naughty Dog has been headed down for awhile now. Ever since Bruce and Neil forced Amy Hennig out of the company and stole Uncharted 4 from her, I've seen a definite directional shift at the company. Uncharted 4 wasn't too bad, though definitely not as good 1-3, but you could already see the seeds of Naughty Dog's directional shift in that game, starting with Nadine (who Amy Hennig claims didn't exist in her Uncharted 4). A badass female character isn't a bad thing, but it has to feel believable, and Nadine crossed into the realm of unbelievable when she kicked the shit out of both Nathan and Sam at the same time later in the game. The directional shift continued with Uncharted Lost Legacy, with the controversial return of Nadine in an even larger role, as well as many having concerns about Chloe's sex appeal being toned down.
Not sure if the shift to another studio will be good, we love Uncharted the way it is and going for another studio may perhaps protect the storyline from SJW and whatnot, but what about the graphics, gameplay and story in general? ND have been unsurpassed this gen.
I'd say yeah but I doubt it's entirely their fault just the climate in media of so many asshole cash ins and forced social issues.
Anyway, I don't mind the lesbian shit or whatever else, that's the direction they went and how they wanted the characters to be but what I do mind is the trivial, cringey teen drama shit and dialogue, gay or not gay. It's the real downside to the game for me so far.
The problems with human being is that they are human being. So a teenager even during a time of war may behave like exactly that a teenager. Hormones still exists, but yes I'm on a phase of my live that I hate teenager drama.
duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"
Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"
Azzanation: "PS5 wouldn't sold out at launch without scalpers."