Naughty Dog, one of the most prominent active game developers with a swathe of critically acclaimed hits under its belt, is closing in on its thirtieth anniversary, and they'll be celebrating with an art show and a retrospective documentary early next month.
The studio was established in September 1984 as Jam Software by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin, before changing its name to Naughty Dog. With the support of Universal Interactive Studios, Naughty Dog developed and released Crash Bandicoot in 1996, setting the wheels in motion to become the studio we know today. Naughty Dog was acquired by Sony in 2001, and has had a string of successes since then with the Jak and Daxter series, Uncharted series, and The Last of Us.
The "Tribute to Naughty Dog: 30th Anniversary" art show will be held Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles from September 27 to October 12, with the full anniversary video being screened there on October 4 and 12. After its initial screenings, the video will be released online for a global audience. For now, you can enjoy a short teaser for it, embedded above.
Source: PlayStation Blog