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Of all the PlayStation games out there, Knack is probably the last one that I would've expected a sequel to. I haven't played it yet, but Knack doesn't seem to be QUITE as bad as some have made it out to be, but it does look sub-par as far as Sony's other efforts go. Given the lukewarm reaction to the first one, it really seemed like Sony was just going to write it off and try something else, but if today is any indication they seem intent to turn Knack into a franchise. Which, I don't blame them, but again -- Knack is the last game people were clamoring for a sequel to. In any case, the following video is pretty funny and good at capturing the awkwardness behind the whole thing (it's a fan-edited video). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OU6-kSDtiY What did you guys think of the Knack 2 announcement? Were you surprised? Excited? Horrified?
Jason Clement posted a article in SonyHow about that PSX 2016, huh? Naughty Dog revealed the upcoming standalone story Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, so it seemed like they couldn't have had anything else in store, so it was a fairly big surprise when they capped off the press conference by revealing a teaser for The Last of Us 2. Reuniting Joel and Ellie, The Last of Us 2 will actually put players in the role of a 19-year-old Ellie this time around as she exacts her revenge on an unspecified group of people (likely the Fireflies). In a live panel later in the day, Naughty Dog revealed that within Sony, Ellie's new in-game model is the most advanced character model ever created, offering a high level of detail and animation. Again, The Last of Us 2 is still early in development so it's unlikely we'll see it in 2017 or even 2018, so stay tuned for more info. Were you surprised by the announcement of The Last of Us 2?
Ever since finishing Uncharted 4 last year, fans have been wondering what Naughty Dog's follow-up story DLC would be about. Given that the bow was wrapped neatly on Nathan Drake's story, many theorized that the DLC would focus on his brother, Sam. That all went out the window today as the first trailer for the standalone story -- dubbed Uncharted: The Lost Legacy -- was shown today at PSX 2016 today, and the star was revealed to be a familiar face... That's right, the new story is focused on none other than Chloe, a series mainstay that was notably absent from Uncharted 4. The Lost Legacy will be set in India, and features Chloe and Nadine on the hunt for a treasure called the "Tusk of Ganesha." It's also said to take place after Uncharted 4 and delve into Chloe's backstory, for those who've been left wondering about the character. According to Forbes, the game will be offered as both a standalone game and as part of the Season Pass if you bought either that or the Deluxe Digital Version of the game, which also comes with it. However, it's worth noting that you have only until Dec. 13 to buy the Season Pass before it becomes unavailable for the rest -- which in that case, you'll just have to buy the game as a standalone entry. Source: IGN, Forbes What are your thoughts on Uncharted: The Lost Legacy? Were you excited to hear about who the main character was?