Naughty Dog celebrates 30th anniversary with art shows and documentary

Studio behind The Last of Us and Uncharted invites fans to reminisce on Twitter

Hugely successful Sony-owned developer Naughty Dog turns 30 this month, and has announced a number of celebratory events.

Art exhibitions are to be held in Los Angeles at Gallery Nucleus and at the Lucca Comics and Games Festival in Italy, with a third in the Netherlands yet to be confirmed.

The shows are to feature concept and production artwork from the studio itself, as well as tribute pieces by other artists.

An anniversary film documenting the history of the studio will be screened at the events, though it will also be made available online within the next month.

Naughty Dog came to prominence in 1996 with the release of Crash Bandicoot, and since then has become one of the most well-known developers on Sony platforms, with hits including The Last of Us and Uncharted 2.

Fans have been invited to tweet their memories of Naughty Dog's games using #NDMemories.

Further details of the events can be found on the PlayStation Blog.

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