Finally our own version of Indiana Jones of the video game is back with unfortunately might be the final chapter of his great adventure it is the most anticipated PS3 game of the year & it sealed it with a glory so here you go my own review of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception on (PS3).
The story begins with Nathan “Nate” Drake and Victor “Sully” Sullivan meeting with Talbot (in a pub in London), England. They negotiate a trade, a large sum of money in return for Sir Francis Drake’s ring. Nate and Sully accuse Talbot of offering them counterfeit bank notes and, after fighting their way past Talbot’s thugs, Nate and Sully emerge in an alleyway, where they are surrounded and subdued by Charlie Cutter, Talbot’s cohort. They are then approached by Talbot’s client, Katherine Marlowe, who steals Drake’s ring. Nate attempts to go after her, but Cutter guns him and Sully down, seemingly “killing” them.
As expected the story is the most amazing part of the game but of course that can’t be it from the story to the sound effect looks way stunning than the previous games in short it looks sooooo realistic I cannot believe to pushed this game to it limits I had so much fun playing this sequel.
As always what we love about the story is their characters the charm of Nathan Drake is spreads through anyone around him & Sully will throw good old geezer jokes Cutter is a very good entry for the series I never expected that but I started to like the guy & let’s not forget the girls though one of them doesn’t have much of a roll anymore bummer but hay they delivered us a really great content with fitting characters & wonderful vice acting.
Wow, Wow & Wow by far without getting far away this is the most amazing games of the series & for the PS3 exclusive or not truly I enjoyed a lot of games on the PS3 but this particular one is the best & I hope I see more games like it in the market soon truly if you haven’t played it yet then you’re missing a lot IGN.com gave it a perfect 10/10 yeah they don’t give that kind of number & I have to agree on my scale it is a 5/5 & still standing.