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Uncharted: Drake's Fortune - Playstation 3
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- Uncover the clue to Sir Francis Drake's last great adventure and seek out the fabled treasure of El Dorado
- Use maps and hidden artifacts to uncover an island that was thought to have never existed
- Explore exotic locations, such as expansive jungles and 4000-year-old ruins.
- Interact with Drakes companions through cooperative mechanics and exploration
- Daring high-speed chases over land and water
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I would like to add one point:
As a casual gamer, I often get frustrated with games as I don't have the time to learn dozens of controls, nor have the dexterity I once did. Plus, too often games get frustrating and I get stuck or bored by being forced to re-do too much when I fail at a mission.
This game is excellent in the sense that it is just hard enough. Yes, I played it on Easy mode, and I amazed more games don't have this. Gives hints, just hard enough, and when I have to re-do something, 90% it doesn't go back too far where I get bored and frustrated.
This was one of the most fun games I have played in a long time. (And I finished it too, which is pure joy.)
I hope other publishers follow this trend. People in their 30's often have the money to drop 50-60 bucks on a game, but too often we are ignored by publishers by making the games too hard.
The story starts off more like a movie. On this quest you are accompanied by an attractive documentarian Elena and of course your comrade Sullie. What sets Uncharted apart from some many games is the cinematic approach is so seemless it makes it hard to seperate gameplay from movie watching. As your journey progresses you begin to realize you have many enemies. It seems Sullie doesn't live the cleanest life and borrowing money from a bad guy doesn't help. So now the bad guys are out to collect the debt by finding El Dorado. Although it becomes apparent that El Dorado is not a city of gold but a man of gold.
Without getting too much into the story it will definately leave you filling your aderaline need. The gameplay is incredible in this game. The enemy A.I. starts off slow and quickly progresses as you get further into this game. Enemies will actually out manuever you. If you don't plan out your attacks well you will find yourself dead. Although the battles are not the only thing you face in this game there are a number of puzzles that are not overlly difficult. What I do enjoy about this game is that it has a hint option. You can use it to help you in confusing spots. Although if you are more hardcore you will probably leave this option off.Read more ›
Visually this is the best looking console game ever made. Hands down, no question. As someone who enjoys immersion in games, I've never had a better experience with a video game.
Have you ever wanted to play a GOOD Indiana Jones game? Well, this is that game. The world, style, and humor is straight out of Indiana Jones. So you have a game set in a world that is much like Indiana Jones, and it just happens to have some of the best game play I've experienced in any game on any console. If you own a PS3, you simply must buy this game. If you don't, I feel sorry for you. If you don't own a PS3, you should buy one to play this game, and pick up Ratchet and Clank while you're at it. You will not be disappointed.
This game is absolute blast. I won't go into details - you can read them everywhere else. I'll just say that graphics are beautiful, story is engaging in an Indiana Jones type way, but the BEST PART: the enemies are SMART (I'm playing this on normal difficulty)! Yeah, I couldn't believe it either. Combat also requires thinking on your part - you will not be picking up 200 rounds of ammo of each dead enemy, so you actually have to think before you shoot. The cover system is also great. You can't just duck behind a stone, as the enemy will flank you immediately. You have to keep moving and constantly be aware of where your enemies are. Long story short - you can not advance in the game by just running down the middle in spraying hundreds of rounds of ammo - you will have to develop tactics.
To keep the game from being repetitive, there's a very big platform and puzzle element (although puzzles have been kind of easy so far). But all of this works really well.
In short, I would recommend this over any PS3 title that's out there right now.
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Great great game. This game definitely excelled in its own action genre.Published 4 days ago by Stephen
After all these years, I finally got my hands a PS3. Of course, I had to play Uncharted. The last time I had played a Naughty Dog was a bit over a decade a go with Jak III. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Matthew Welker
The game has a good story. This being an older PS3 game the controls can be a bit annoying but still enjoyable with a beautiful soundtrack.Published 9 days ago by Angel Pinedo
I keep forgetting how much I hate this game! I loved Uncharted 2&3 which I've played many times. But this one has too many sequences that are incredibly difficult even on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Ascher