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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Nathan Drake (voice)
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Victor Sullivan (voice)
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Elena Fisher (voice)
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Chloe Frazer (voice)
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Rosalind Ayres ...
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Talbot / Atoq Navarro (voice)
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Young Nathan Drake (voice) (as Billy Unger)
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Salim / Marlowe's Agents (voice)
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Harry Flynn (voice)
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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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Creative director Amy Hennig explained that the desire for a desert-themed Uncharted stemmed from wanting to push the team creatively and technologically, as "organic" elements such as sand, water, and fire are "technically difficult to credibly render with animation". See more »

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Victor Sullivan: [after all three open a cover to a well] Well, well, well.
Elena Fisher: What?
Nathan Drake: Cause it's a well?
[Elena shakes her head]
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Drake keeps pushing his way forward despite the odds, unfortunately the game as a whole takes a small step back.
7 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

First off, I enjoyed this game a good deal. I do not want anyone to think I thought this game was bad or was in need of a major overhaul. I just do not think it was as good as the very epic second game in the series. There was nothing like the war torn city you had to navigate your way through, there was no super great action scene on the train, and there just was not as good a villain to fight. With that being said, it was still a very good game and still better than the first game in the series, though all have been great so far and I will most certainly buy an Uncharted 4 should it come out. I feel this one was rushed a bit more than the second game, and that may account for some of the small faults I found, but even though it came out relatively quickly after the second one they still managed a rather good story and some incredible game play. Nate is back and he is going against a mysterious lady from his and Sully's past named Marlowe as there is a great poolroom brawl to start the game. Seems this time you are once again following a path of Sir Francis Drake as Nate tries to find the Atlantis of the Sand before the villain of the piece. You get a peek at Nate's childhood and his first meeting with Victor Sullivan and through the game you see how important Victor is to Nate. Chloe once again returns as does Elena as Nate goes from one interesting locale to the next. The most interesting of the places you get to visit to me in this one was the ship graveyard and the level where the ship is sinking was easily one of the best and most rattling levels in the game. The game play is essentially the same as the previous two games, though hand to hand combat was once again improved upon. I did find that during some of the levels the game regressed to being a bit like the first game where you do some jumping and climbing and then make your way to a shoot out type layout, not as bad as the first, but it was noticeable where the second game was a bit more seamless in transition. All in all though it was a very good game and loads of fun to play and it has me wanting to replay the first adventure once again. The characters are some of the best in video games and the story was very sound too, though I will say there was really not all that much in the way of a super ending fight as there was in the second game. Which sums up this game, it is a very good game, but just a step behind the second.


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