Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3)
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
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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.
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
“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"
"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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
However what really makes these games is the fantastic attention to detail and the incredible backdrops provided - so you start off in London and as you move about - you can see the skyline of the Eye,Gherkin etc. rendered perfectly. You move on to more exotic locations and each is a more spectacular sight than the previous one. Of course you can run round as quickly as possible, completing tasks and moving on - but the real pleasure in playing these games is in taking in the stunning worlds that have been created for the game. I played this on my Panasonic Plasma 3D TV and once you have the 3D glasses on, you are totally immersed in another world and at times it was difficult to take them off and get back to the real world - it is so realistic and well- rendered.
The story is the usual mix of treasure hunting that gets more and more complex, ending up with philosophical and spiritual elements taking over - why does Drake keep doing this - it's almost like a compulsion and it's not really about the treasure and more about the life he wants to lead. Overall this is one of the classiest franchises on the PS3 and you have to try it, to see what can be done. The game play is mixed up, so you are never doing the same thing all the time - although it will all be very familiar stuff to most people.Read more ›
The story starts in London (you Americans love a sinister British accented bad guy) or at least a vision of London populated entirely with grimy bars and Jason Statham look-alikes. There is brawling and smashing heads into toilets, and a great deal of `grabbing things from the environment to smash over peoples' heads.' Thus begins the adventure to prevent said British bad guys from acquiring an ancient artefact of untold power.
While the gameplay is almost identical, the characters now familiar faces and the continent hoping escapades expected, Unchartered 3 does manage to keep the franchise fresh. There are some intriguing sequences that reveal more of the central relationship between Nate and his mentor Sully. Seeing Nate as a young boy, and a few suggestions implied by the bad guys give us telling insight into our heroic lead and the past that we know very little about. There are also some pretty great mind bending sequences as Nate succumbs to the mind altering effects of a drug the bad guys use.
Best set pieces include an utterly ridiculous, but spectacular fight on board a plummeting aircraft and the following escape from seemingly inevitable doom, a nausea inducing sequence on board a boat in rough seas and of course the final location - a secret city in the desert.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
stunningly produced and presented interactive film , only let down by clumsy controls and repetitive enemy encountersPublished 4 months ago by Timothy Hazell
Contrary to some opinions I thought this was definitely better than Uncharted 2. One of the very very best games I've played!Published 4 months ago by mark hall