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Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3)

by Sony
PlayStation 3
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (414 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B004T8C0C0
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm ; 109 g
  • Release Date: 2 Nov 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (414 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 768 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Uncharted, the award winning, critically acclaimed and bestselling action series is back exclusively on PS3. Follow Nathan Drake on his most perilous adventure yet: an epic fortune-hunting journey across Europe and into the Middle East, following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia. Blast into blockbuster action full of tense drama, gripping storytelling and big-screen stunts and get stuck in to the all-new online mutliplayer:

- Go head-to-head in explosive online battles for up to 10 players.
- Team up in two-player split screen mode.
- Customise your character and weapons.

Magazine Reviews:

IGN - 10/10

"Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is the reason I play video games."

"So exceptional that it is hard to imagine a game being better"

Official PlayStation Magasine – 10/10

“A game that can claim to not only be the best on PS3, but also one of the best in gaming history...Uncharted 3 is incredible and God only knows how this can ever be improved on"

10/10 - Official PlayStation Magazine

Shortlist

“A masterpiece of modern gaming”

Empire - 5/5

"The definitive PlayStation 3 title worth stuffing in your stocking this Christmas."

Zoo - 10/10

"This year's greatest adventure"

"Drake is back and he's kicking ass like never before"

Metro - 9/10

"An interactive roller-coaster of outstanding ambition, technical ability, and genuine heart."

The Telegraph - 4.5/5

"Drakes Deception further entrenches Nathan Drake as this generations Indiana Jones, in this gorgeous thrilling adventure"

PSM3 - 96%

"Uncharted 3 does action on a scale PS3 – gaming – has not seen before."

CVG - 9.5/10

"An absolute must-have."

Gametrailers - 9.5/10

"Shouldn't be missed"

TheSixthAxis – 10/10

“There hasn’t been a better Single Player game for years”

IncGamers - 10/10

"A landmark achievement for this generation"

NextGenGamingBlog -10/10

"A masterclass in video games design and storytelling"

"Not only one of the best games that you’ll play this year, it’s one of the best games of its generation full stop."

Nowgamer - 9.7/ 10

"It’s a gigantic success; moment after moment of breathtaking action, epic adventuring, grand vistas and superlative set pieces.


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I do not see why IGN gave this 10 out of 10 30 Oct 2013
By Hudson
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I found this game to be very frustrating.
The gun fights in particular would often have me rage quitting. This was not because the enemy out matched me with skill and intelligence.
The enemies in the game behave a bit like mindless zombies which mean the cover system is pretty pointless.
I found that at the beginning of a gun fight I would go into a cover position and begin to try picking enemies off.
I would soon be bombarded with enemies running straight at me going around the side and behind me.
Now you may say that this is good AI design, I initially thought that perhaps it was that .. but you soon realize that the enemy are just programmed to get as close to you as possible.. with the exception of the snipers RPG/Grenade man.
When the enemy does get into close range my initial reaction was to start melee combat , this works sometimes on the lesser enemies when you can take them out quickly .. but on anything other than the bottom tier enemies .. it is slow and will lead you to get shot by other enemies whilst fighting.
Hand to hand combat is the first type of fighting you do in the game ( in the London pub that time forgot ) but you can't safely use it in many other places.

I think I found the other two uncharted games very frustrating but finished them .. I finished this .. and will probably have fond memories of it in years to come when I forget about the gameplay elements. I could have written a lot more on why this does not deserve the IGN rating but I do not want to be too negative.

I will leave this on a good note by saying that at the end of the game you are left with a nice warm fuzzy feeling which is worth playing through it for.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good game - excellent 3D 2 Jan 2014
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Because of moving house, redecorating and a lot things to do, I hadn't been able to play games for quite some time, so I have quite a few games I haven't played. This fall/winter I finally have my new tv-room finished, and get to enjoy games and movies with a new projector and TV. I have played Uncharted 1 and 2 before and loved them, so I really looked forward to playing number 3 in the series.
And I wasn't disappointed!
A new story, a new insight into Nate's past, new awesome scenery and locations. It doesn't feel as new and groundbreaking after playing 1 and 2, but it doesn't have to be either. If you loved the other two, and play the games as much for the story and scenery, then you won't be disappointed. And now that the price is so low, there's really nothing to think of before you flip out your VISA.

One thing has REALLY improved the game, and that it is now in 3D! I have played Resistance 3 (PS3) and Gran Turismo 5 (PS3) before in 3D, and they were OK, but the 3D-technology in Uncharted 3 is so much better! I actually prefer playing these types of games on my 55" 3D-tv, instead of my 120" projector screen. One advantage is that the passive RealD-glasses i use with my LG TV is much lighter to wear for many hours of gameplay than the much heavier active shutterglasses for my projector. The latter is definitely best for 3D movies.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A-Maze-Ing! 5 May 2012
By M.M VINE VOICE
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Unchartered 3 is one of the best games I've ever played. Drawing its cinematic inspiration from Indiana Jones, and it's game play from the legendary Tomb Raider series (mixed with modern shooters) it's bang on the mark in every regard.

The story is sharp, full of twists and most of all extremely funny. The characters dialogue is just excellently written. Your journey takes you all over the world with some fascinating locations and absolutely beautiful graphics. In fact the graphics are about the best I have seen on this gen console. The detailing is amazing. MGS4 and this are showcases for how good the PS3 is for games.

Gameplay is a lot of fun, so much so that I had absolutely no problem starting another play through right after I'd finished the main campaign (a first for me). A mix of gun fights, stealth, puzzles, QTE and hand to hand combat it covers a lot of ground to make playing it varied and exciting. Mix into that the amount of different locations across the globe you explore and it's definitely like playing the film the latest Indiana Jones should have been.

Some may argue that Uncharted 3's near-linear gameplay holds it back. This is false in my view. The game feels exciting even with a Tomb Raider-esque predetermined path. In fact Tomb Raider was fantastic even with this so-called problem. Anyway I don't see it as an issue.

Multiplayer is a lot of fun and gives you lots of modes and lots of character customisation. I didn't experience any lag whatsoever. Co-op is also a really nice feature and something I hope more and more games add.

If you're new to the Playstation 3 (as I am) PLEASE buy uncharted 3. I now intend to go and play 1 and 2.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Desert, Dunes, Danger 17 Sep 2014
By A2Y
S T O R Y
Nathan Drake (Nate) and Sully’s come into the possession of Sir Francis Drakes' ring. An old associate of Sully's, Catherine Marlowe, takes the ring from the duo and attempts to uncover its secret. However, Nate retrieves the ring and discovers that it is linked to a secret voyage to find the Arabian city of Ubar, also known as The Atlantis of the Sands. With Marlowe hot on the trail, Nate and his friends must discover the 'treasures' of this fabled city.

Nate and Sully are a joy to watch throughout the game, and the back-story of how they first met was
charming. Their performances are incredibly life-like and the way they interact with one another is nothing short of Hollywood production levels. The story in itself is good, if a little too crammed with characters. This abundance of characters has lead to many of them being underdeveloped and pushed to the sidelines.

GRAPHICS & SOUND
The opening visit of London is breathtaking and the city’s famed skyline has been recreated to exacting detail. Next, we have a gorgeous chateau in France, surrounded by a lush forest and crumbling architecture. Moving onto a castle in Syria, beautifully lit up against the night sky, it is absolutely huge in scale and incredibly detailed. These are just some of the locations you’ll visit before moving on to the sand drenched lands of Arabia. Level design is very much a linear affair, but the maps are expansive enough to add variety to your gameplay options. The art direction is stunning; no expense has been spared when crafting many of the environments. Textures are highly and some of the level effects are truly stunning e.g. Nate coughing as he goes near smoke, water cascading realistically over surfaces, or being covered in sand when diving through it.
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