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Neil Druckmann, the co-president of the Naughty Dog studio, unveiled just a few hours ago the different licenses he would like to adapt into video games.
Following a hypothetical request from American host Greg Miller on Twitter, Neil Druckmann, the creator of The Last of Us saga, unveiled the various licenses on which he would be ready to work. Among this selection, we obviously find successful video game sagas such as the Half-Life franchise, or Hotline Miami, but also licenses from a completely different horizon. Indeed, the screenwriter of The Last of Us Part II also cited the comics Punisher and Ghost Rider or the animated Cowboy Bebop.
2) Half Life
3) Ghost Rider
4) Hotline Miami
5) Cowboy Bebop
Those come to mind… 🤷🏻♂️
— Dr. Uckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) January 18, 2021
- 1 : Punisher
- 2 : Half-Life
- 3 : Ghost Rider
- 4 : Hotline Miami
- 5 : Cowboy Bebop
These licenses come to mind … Neil Druckmann, co-president of Naughty Dog
Obviously, this answer is just a wish on the part of Neil Druckmann, but means absolutely nothing for the future of Naugthy Dog. Currently, the California studio is reportedly working on “something cool” according to the co-chair, but unfortunately no further details have been shared.
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