Treasure hunter Nathan Drake embarks on a quest in search of the Atlantis of the Sands while battling an ancient, sinister organization.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Drake (voice)
Victor Sullivan (voice)
Elena Fisher (voice)
Chloe Frazer (voice)
Rosalind Ayres ...
Talbot / Atoq Navarro (voice)
Young Nathan Drake (voice) (as Billy Unger)
Salim / Marlowe's Agents (voice)
Harry Flynn (voice)
Eddy Raja (voice)
Hired Thugs (voice)


Fortune hunter Nathan Drake is catapulted headlong into an adventure that takes him on a daring trek into the heart of the Arabian Desert in a search for the fabled "Atlantis of the Sands." This journey pits him and his mentor Victor Sullivan against the occult treachery of a shadowy clandestine organization and its ruthless leader. When the terrible secrets of this lost city are unearthed, Drake's quest descends into a desperate bid for survival that strains the limits of his endurance and forces him to confront his deepest fears. Written by Sony Computer Entertainment

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1 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Uncharted 3: L'inganno di Drake  »

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During the desert sequence, as Drake becomes lost, Marlowe's voice can be heard reading a passage from T.S. Eliot's modernist poem, "The Waste Land." The second stanza begins with "Only there is shadow under this red rock," as Drake makes his way under a red rock. See more »


Nathan Drake: What happened to you two? We've been trying to reach you for over twenty-four hours.
Charlie Cutter: Oh, right, I need to top up my minutes.
Nathan Drake: You're using a pre-paid phone?
Charlie Cutter: Mate, those contracts are a complete rip-off.
Nathan Drake: [looks to Chloe]
Chloe Frazer: What? Mine's broken.
Nathan Drake: Again?
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Followed by Uncharted: Golden Abyss (2011) See more »

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An Adventure of a Life-time...
16 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of all the video games ever released in gaming history, the Uncharted saga stands out as one of the best. Ever. Calling this series the "modern-day Indiana Jones" is pretty close to what is it, but in all respects, it's a mix of Indy and the Lord of the Rings. "How does LotR fit into the picture?", you might ask. Well, here's how: the scope and scale of the Uncharted games/stories is so massive, you are truly thrust into a whole new world (almost literally in the last 2 games). But in all respect for the games, there is not much i can offer but to say that these games are works of art. There are very, very few game sagas that truly deserve universal acclaim, or near-universal, and the Uncharted saga is one of them. Drake's Fortune was a spectacular, ground-breaking set piece for consoles, and then Among Thieves was released; a landmark and milestone of the gaming world. Drake's Deception is as good as Among Thieves, and completely awe-inspiring; an adventure epic.

P.S. To those staying on top of the movie adaptation news, please help try to find a way to get Sony to pick new writers because, The Wibberleys, really? They are one of the WORST choices to write the film for Drake's Fortune. I say either Jonathan Nolan & David S. Goyer, or William Monahan & John Logan

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