Naughty Dog co-founder Jason Rubin started making games at age 14 and hasn’t stopped. In this hour-long interview, he discusses the creation of Naughty Dog, the Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter days, selling the company to Sony, trying to save THQ, and his new role as the head of content at Oculus, including what he believes the future of VR entails.
If you’d rather listen than watch, here’s an audio-only download link.
Here are a couple of clips, first of Rubin explaining his decision to sell Naughty Dog to Sony:
And here’s Rubin discussing Naughty Dog’s “darkest” days: