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Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
2 September 2013
Summary: I was really looking forward to playing Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception . While I loved the original Uncharted , I did agree with some people that it felt a little repetitive, especially towards the end. With Uncharted 2 , though, Naughty Dog pulled out all the stops and got everything right. For me, the game was the perfect experience from beginning to end.
Excerpt: It can’t be easy being a console’s premier franchise; after Uncharted 2 knocked it out of the park two years ago, expectations for Nathan Drake’s next adventure have been running sky-high. For the most part, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception meets every last one of its fans’ lofty expectations, and does so with the series’ characteristic smirking panache.
Pros: Amazing visuals, now enhanced by 3D, Shooting and climbing fine-tuned to near-perfection, Endgame isn’t as silly as previous games
Cons: Some of the bigger action scenes feel strangely flat, Chloe and Elena feel underutilized, No chopper battles, except in co-op
Summary: " Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception " is the best of what a summer blockbuster movie can bring. Paired with strong gameplay, the story and characters provide a wonderful tale that you will want to keep on your shelf just to play again. It may not manage to quite match the heights set uniformly by the incredible Uncharted 2, but is close with some even grater peaks and an ending that provides a satisfying conclusion for the game's three heroes.
Excerpt: Let it be publicly known that Nathan Drake is a card-carrying member of the rather exclusive club of video game characters I have a whopping big man crush for. Is it the dashing good looks, those irresistible rapscallion ways, or that seemingly inexhaustible string of pithy comments? I can't tell. Either way, or perhaps because of my worrying infatuation, Drake has become one of modern gaming's bona fide stars.
Exciting Indiana Jones-like action with lots of violence.
Common Sense Media
27 December 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is an action adventure game about a treasure hunter that contains a lot of violence. While there are some platforming and puzzle-solving elements, a lot of the game focuses on combat. Players use machine guns, pistols, rocket launchers, and grenades to kill enemies, who might spurt plumes of red blood and fall down realistically. Drake can also punch and choke enemies and snap necks.
Excerpt: When the critically acclaimed Uncharted 2: Among Thieves released, at the time I thought that this was the best the Uncharted franchise could ever be. They redefined the standard for the franchise and oh boy, was that standard high. I'll admit, I had a lot of doubt that Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception would be able to stand above Uncharted 2, raising it's hand in victory.
Conclusion: We all knew this day was coming, however no one expected it to be so soon. Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception concludes a long journey for our guys and gals over at Naughty Dog. What once started out as a simply single-player experience with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune has turned into an all encompassing experience that has and is shared by millions worldwide. Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is the definitive experience for the PlayStation 3 enthusiast.
Conclusion: Avant d’en finir, j’ai voulu tester le mode multijoueur le temps de quelques parties. On retrouve ainsi les modes classiques des FPS (jeux de tir à la première personne) : élimination par équipe, capture de drapeau, le tout avec un système d’expérience et d’argent bien ficelé. Ce mode a été fait pour que les fans de Drake puissent prolonger l’aventure. Mais intéressera-t-il les autres joueurs également ? C'est moins évident.
Pros: Le moteur graphique, La fluidité de l’action, Un véritable film interactif, L'intensité de l'action
Cons: Les temps de chargement, Un sentiment de déjà-vu après le second épisode, Le multi "bouche trou"