The vice president of Naughty Dog - the studio behind franchises such as Crash Bandicoot, Uncharted, and The Last Of Us - has shared a tweet revealing that he got to "sit down and chat" with Nintendo's very own Shigeru Miyamoto at this year's E3.

In his tweet, Neil Druckmann expressed his gratitude for Miyamoto's work, talking about how much the Nintendo legend's games have impacted his life. The meeting was apparently set up by Damon Baker, Senior Manager of Publisher and Developer Relations (and Nindie advocate) at Nintendo of America.

Of course, this was likely just a casual chat about the games they've created (especially since the studio is now owned by Sony), but a big part of us wants to believe that potential collaborations may have been discussed. We already know that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (which was originally developed by Naughty Dog) is coming to the Switch later this year - why not continue the shared love with more releases?

Would you like to see any of Naughty Dog's other franchises on Switch? Perhaps a new game specifically for the console? Share your wildest dreams with us in the comments below.

[via twitter.com]