Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (2007)

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Treasure hunter Nathan Drake, embarks in the adventure of his life searching for the legendary treasure, El Dorado while fighting a group of mercenaries.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Drake (voice)
Elena Fisher (voice)
Victor Sullivan (voice)
Gabriel Roman (voice)
Atoq Navarro (voice)
Eddy Raja (voice)
George Cheung ...
Pirates #1 (voice) (as George Kee Chung)
Timothy Dang ...
Pirates #2 (voice) (as Tim Dang)
Michael Hagiwara ...
Pirates #3 (voice)
Pirates #4 (voice)
Pirates #5 (voice)
Pirates #6 (voice)
Mercenaries #1 (voice)
Mercenaries #2 (voice)
Mercenaries #3 (voice)


The Drake's Fortune subtitle is a reference to the fictional main character, Nathan Drake, who believes himself to be a descendant of famed explorer Sir Francis Drake A 400-year-old clue in the coffin of Sir Francis Drake sets the modern-day fortune hunter on an exploration for the fabled treasure of El Dorado, leading to the discovery of a forgotten island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The search turns deadly when Drake becomes stranded on the island and hunted by mercenaries. Outnumbered and outgunned, Drake and his companions must fight to survive as they begin to unravel the terrible secrets hidden on the Island. Written by Lee Baker

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One ordinary man... one extraordinary adventure.


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Exclusive to Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 (PS3). See more »


In one cut scene Drake removes his necklace however, later on when talking to Roman across two opposite glass booths, (end of Chapter 19) the necklace reappears in part of the cut scene. See more »


Nathan Drake: Somethin nasty happened to these guys. There's blood everywhere... and soup.
Victor Sullivan: What?
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Decent game...but some parts are a real pain to play through. 75/100
11 March 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews


Playstation 3


3rd person action/adventure.


Around the world, where treasures and artefacts can be found.


Can't say I remember...it's very much in the mould of movies like "Raiders of the lost ark" and "Tomb raider" (the latter itself being in the "Raiders" mould). In other words action/adventure with some weird goings on.


Pretty good, but surpassed by its sequel. Sometimes when you see character's lips in cut scenes in the game, you get that white light being visible...demonstrating that it's hard to realistically depict mouths in those context...but sequel does pull it off. Effects in game include fire, water and vegetated areas. All looks fine. The game is especially effective in the graphics department when the main character, treasure hunter Nathan Drake, is in a poorly lit underground section where Spanish soldiers lurk...it's very eerie and creepy...has an excellent survival horror feel to it.

Strengths of the game:

* The character animation is very good and the male and female voice acting is excellent (the title character seems to have been modelled on the likes of actors like Nathan Fillion or Jan Michael Vincent).

* Has a good variety of activities to do in the game...climbing, gun fighting, fist fighting etc.

Weaknesses of the game:

* The jet ski adventures add variety to the gameplay, but the second such excursion was torture to me...every time I remember it, it's the kind of memory that puts me off trying to play the game again. Annoying.

* Against the Spanish soldiers there was a section where you had to complete two tasks...you couldn't save on completing the first, which meant that you had to replay the whole section again if you died...which happened to me more than once...partly because if you let the Spanish soldiers get too close to you an animation would start showing them killing you...so, I had to learn that trying to shoot them from close range wouldn't work.

* Niggling issues...leaping to your death because the leaping system could be a bit finnicky. In some climbing activities your character does provide cues that he will leap where you want him to, but I found bringing up that cue to be a pain at times.

General thoughts:

I played this game on "Easy" difficulty after that first gun fight with the pirates attempting to board your ship...I hadn't really played a game like this - apart from the Metal Gear Solid games on Playstation 2

  • so, finding the aiming mechanism tricky, I wanted to tone down the

difficulty. Did find some of the early battles with the pirates brutally difficult, but that was because I hadn't really got the hang of the cover system. Eventually the game forced me to make use of the cover system and I got the hang of it...which makes me think that I may want to try this game again on "Normal" difficulty...it's just the thought of that blasted second jet ski trip which makes me think twice! Interestingly, I played the sequel to this game on "Normal" difficulty, and I have to say that I found that EASIER for MOST of the game, than this game on "Easy" difficulty. Which is to say maybe some appropriate difficulty challenges need to be devised.

The length of the game makes replayability possible, I think...you could maybe devote two solid days on the weekend to complete this game. After this game, I got seriously stuck into "Bioshock" and that is so huge replayability doesn't seem desirable.

Because I think playing this game on "Normal" difficulty level is 'do-able', I'm giving this game an extra 5 points...to 75/100.

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