Uncharted Drake’s Fortune
Video games get a step closer to Hollywood with the PlayStation video game “Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.” With a release date at the end of 2007, it follows the adventures of the treasure hunter, Nathan Drake, as he goes after the coffin of Sir Francis Drake.
Video games get a step closer to Hollywood with the PlayStation video game “Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.” With a release date at the end of 2007, it follows the adventures of the treasure hunter, Nathan Drake, as he goes after the coffin of Sir Francis Drake. A 400-year-old clue is all that he has to get him started. Along the way to find the lost reassure of El Dorado in South America, he soon meets some amazing characters, including Victor “Sully” Sullivan, a retired man getting too old to be shot at, and a reporter named Elena Fisher. They all work together to help Mr. Drake, the supposed descendant of the famous explorer Sir Francis Drake. In this game, pirates are hunting for the same fortune and are trying to kill you. Your adrenaline builds when you guide Drake and his friends as they fight to survive on an island filled with pirates. This game helps to push the Sony PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 to the limits with its exciting gun play. See this by the way the bullets fly and how the sun naturally falls through the trees. “Uncharted” features a third-person shooter style of play that eventually changes at the end to add some massive replay value. The third-person shooter style of play involves a lot of shooting and seeking cover behind objects from enemies and their gunfire. There is also hand to hand combat, machine guns, and using the environment to your advantage. Another amazing breakthrough in the gameplay is the mechanic of jumping between cliffs. In other games where you raid treasures, you would have to line up the character just right to jump. Miss just a little bit, and you would fall and kill your character. In this game, Drake runs up to a cliff and simply jumps to the other side, which eliminates a great amount of gaming frustration. What also helps with the replay value of this game are the sixty trophies that need to be found. These trophies come from Drake executing headshots a certain number of times on enemies, hitting certain moves a certain way, or finding a trophy item laying around. These treasures are traded for new gaming costumes for Drake or even new weapons. Even more excitement is created through the exotic surroundings, including mysterious catacombs, lush gardens, and ancient forts that contain fortune.Players with their PS3 or PS4 play this game from Naughty Dog. It is the first game in the now long and successful “Uncharted” fortune hunting series. Some of the vehicles in “Uncharted” that you get to drive in this game are jeeps with a machine gun on the back and a jet ski. The story is told through HD graphics and motion capture technology that really gives the game life and a good feel. The game plays out in a similar fashion to how action and adventure movies are shown in the cinema but layered with deception. There are cutaway scenes, a beautiful musical score, and great voice acting. All this adds up to a great “Uncharted” adventure for your PS3 games collection.
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