Uncharted directer Amy Hennig joined Nolan North and Troy Baker to talk about Drake's Fortune and it was wonderful

Uncharted directer Amy Hennig joined Nolan North and Troy Baker to talk about Drake's Fortune and it was wonderful

Platforms: Sony PlayStation 4 | Sony PlayStation 3

Nolan North and Troy Baker, legendary voice actors and two halves of YouTube channel Retro Replay, have been playing through Uncharted: Drake's Fortune for the past few months, and they were joined by a very special guest to see out the final episode.

Iconic game director of the Uncharted series, Amy Hennig, stopped by the Retro Replay studios for a deep-dive discussion about the game that started it all, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.

It's a fascinating conversation, and hearing Hennig speak so honestly about the challenges, triumphs, and changes she'd still like to make to the title is captivating.

Also up for discussion is Nolan North's impact on the series, becoming the next Indiana Jones, Sony Marketing's lack of confidence in the character, the rushed jet ski section, and obviously "vague genitalia".

Be sure to check out the final episode with Hennig, it's great to hear from from the inspirational woman who kick-started such an important franchise. After you listen to the final episode, definitely go back to the beginning to see Nolan North, who is playing the game for the very first time, get to grips with the controls and speak about his time playing the character of Nathan Drake.

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