After being tracked down by Harry Flynn, Nathan Drake goes on a quest for Marco Polo's lost fleet. However when things take an unexpected turn for the worst, Drake must rely on those closest to him in order to find the Cintomani Stone.
There is no trust, no loyalty, no honor among thieves.
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In Chapter 1 of the game, there is a cutscene where Nathan Drake is sitting at a beach bar, and in the background is a blackboard with Greek writing on it, which says "Much enduring divine Nathan." This is an allusion to the Odyssey, the great epic adventure in ancient Greece. Along the Odyssey, Odysseus is called "Odysseus divine sufferer" or "great sufferer". So, the allusion is comparing the sufferings that Nathan will endure in his adventures with the story of Odysseus. See more
The train can climb slopes far steeper than is possible in real life. See more
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The Road to Shambhala
Written by Carmen Rizzo
Performed by Carmen Rizzo
Produced by Carmen Rizzo
Courtesy of EMI Records, USA, A Division of ERG
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13 October 2009 (USA)
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(PlayStation 3 version)
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