198w ago - Well, it's not the big price drop everyone is anxiously awaiting, however, PlayStationLifestyle.net (linked above) did notice that Amazon.com has dropped the PS3 160GB price by 10%... meaning $50 off.
To quote: "Amazon.com has reduced the price of the 160GB PS3 Bundle that features a copy of Uncharted and a voucher for the downloadable game Pain. The price has been reduced 10%, so you can score the PS3 for the low(er) price of $449.
No word at how long this offer stands, so act now to ensure you can take advantage of the lowered price."
That being said, if you were planning on getting Uncharted: Drake's Fortune anyway it may be worth doing so while the deal is still on.
222w ago - This is Uncharted Drake's fortune for the PlayStation 3 gaming console. I just want to tell you in advance, that no matter what anyone says, if you are in the recommendations below BUY, THIS, GAME!
Uncharted is one of the best games you can get the PlayStation 3, it reminds me of Metal Gear Solid 4, Tomb Raider, and Jak & Daxter. So as you can see if you had to pick a from a combination of awesomeness, chances are you would end up with Uncharted.
But Uncharted is much more then just a cheesy knock off of those 3 games. The storyline (although reminds me of Jak & Daxter) is one of the best on the current generation of consoles.
You follow 2 main characters (Nathan Drake & Elena fisher) as they search for a 500 year old treasure Nathans ancestor left behind and their only clue is a old treasure map they found in his grave.
Once you get 3 hours into the game a large amount of the plot unfolds but trust me, what I leave out due to spoiling is great. In fact if you liked the Jak & Daxter storyline and game play, I can almost reassure you that you will like this game.
The game play is what it took from Metal Gear Solid 4 and Tomb Raider. Not a plain copy I still believe that Metal Gear Solid 4 had...
293w ago - Though the holiday release season is nearly half over, Sony still has a handful of big titles up its sleeve slated to hit this year. Naughty Dog's first PlayStation 3 title, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, could turn out to not only be the best PS3 title of the season, but the best all year. Its mix of action and adventure looks like it was ripped straight out of an Indiana Jones film, and the game looks tighter and tighter every time we see it.
Yesterday we were able to check out a few snippets of some indoor-based locales from the game, the Customs House and Catacombs. The Customs House is where folks would check in and out anything going through the island, just like you'd do at an airport or whatnot these days. With the amount of gold, spices and such being ported around the seas in those days, it was a heavily-trafficked area.
These days the building is quite dilapidated, but that doesn't mean it isn't beautiful. Outside, vines creep in and out of a balcony that has fallen into ruin over time, which Nathan must carefully navigate by jumping from ledge to ledge. Inside, a series of outlaws blanket the floor where pillars lay broken and crumbled.
It's here that we saw some of the refined animation features in place in the current build. Thanks to the game's blending technology, different...
296w ago - Uncharted: Drake's Fortune pits you as Nathan Drake, descendant of the famed British explorer (or bloodthirsty pirate, depending on your point of view) Sir Francis Drake, heading off on the trail of a great treasure supposedly found by the great man himself, shortly before he faked his own death. It is very much a game in the mold of Eidos' Tomb Raider franchise, but this isn't something Naughty Dog has a problem with; it's a rich genre, they say, and there's room for more than one franchise in it.
The game harks back to not only such modern cultural staples as Tomb Raider, but also the Indiana Jones movies, and it goes further back into the realm of Boy's Own adventures, old pulp novels, and 19th-century Penny Dreadfuls. As you'd expect with such a rich heritage, the story will be key, rather than just an excuse to get you from one gunfight to the next.
Over the course of the game, you will travel from a boat in the middle of the Pacific searching for Sir Francis Drake's coffin all the way to the mythical city of El Dorado, via ruined forts, deserted Spanish colonies, and all manner of other locations. The developer claims that the game will have 15 visually distinct areas, populated with a wide variety of puzzles and enemies.
While the puzzles are promised to be relatively challenging,...