As many will remember, the launch of the latest epic signed by Naughty Dog was accompanied by the fury of a part of the videogame community, which violently attacked The Last of Us Parte 2.
Faced with a warm welcome from the public and critics, the network gave voice to toxic attitudes, also resulted in the phenomena of review bombing of The Last of Us Part 2. In looking to the future of PlayStation 5, Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, returned to discuss the events that occurred during the summer and his position on the matter. “I met Neil [Neil Druckmann, Director di Naughty Dog] last year, and I congratulated him on his art and storytelling skills. – said the manager – Neil is an adult, as am I, and I believe that neither should be unduly annoyed from this stuff“.
“Neil knows he creates great art – he continued – He knows he has coped successfully themes that had never been painted in a mature way in any video game before. I think it’s an amazing thing and I’m proud PlayStation is the platform it happened onWhen it comes to toxic attitudes, Jim Ryan recommends that you simply drop them and continue on your own path.
In closing, we remind you that The Last of Us part 2 is in the running for GOTY and is the game with the most nominations for The Game Awards 2020.