With a stated release date of 9th October 2015 Simply Games have listed Uncharted - The Nathan Drake Collection on PS4 for £39.85 and includes:
There are genuinely some remasters we don't mind seeing and Uncharted - The Nathan Drake Collection is definitely one of them!
Credit to FD on HUKD for the tip off.
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception - Game Of The Year Edition on PS3 can be yours for just £5.99 delivered from the base.com website. The game of the year edition comes packed out with all previous DLC including:
If you are a gaming collector then this deal is definitely for you. Get2Games have the very rare very unique Uncharted 3: Explorer Edition on PS3 for £89.99. If you use the code 'DEALSPWN10' at checkout you can drop the price to just £80.99 delivered. This little gem comes complete with Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception on PS3, an exclusive Uncharted wooden travel case, Exclusive Nathan Drake belt buckle and a ring with a necklace, the Nathan Drake figurine and a 3D lenticular sticker. You also get multiplayer booster and rewards for the game.
With Uncharted 4 releasing at the tail end of 2015, you know that you're going to want to recap the Uncharted titles up to this point and catch up with Drake's previous adventuring. Uncharted 3 is absolutely brilliant. This is Naughty Dog at their finest. If you missed out on the absurdly cheap £3 deal just after Christmas, this is a decent shout if you want to pick up Uncharted 3 for not much money. Cheers Turkey!
Happy VD everybody! Valentine's Day, that is, not the...erm...other thing. As we discovered earlier in the week, this industry has not exactly covered itself in glory at times when it comes to coupling, with forced romantic storylines often proving alienating, immersion-breaking, and sometimes downright disturbing (*cough* Sonic!). But interactive entertainment has also offered us some absolutely fantastic moments of such romantic bliss that it almost brings a tear to the eye just reminiscing.
So we gathered up the team and put together a little list of our favourite romantic moments in video games...
If you heard the recent PWNCAST in which we discussed romance in games, you would have already seen my choice coming a mile off, but for those of you who didn’t listen (BOO-urns to you) I will helpfully clarify my most touching moment for you - Jack finally opening up to Shepard in Mass Effect 2.
Starting out as possibly the angriest person in the galaxy (with good reason) Jack slowly began to confide in my Shepard over the course of the game, leading to me helping her destroy her childhood memories with a nuke (which I think you’ll agree is one hell of a first date.) Slowly getting to know the girl who had faced the worst the galaxy could dish out her entire life, topped off with her frequent use of profanity, provided what I felt was some the best storytelling in the game. However, the scene that took place before the suicide mission, when Jack turns up in Shepard’s cabin, is the one that gets me every time.
With her emotions finally on show, the psychotic biotic had finally found something worth taking a risk on, and I got to see Jack in a moment of peace and happiness. The end result of not giving up on her was a tender scene between two people who had been to hell and back, and because I was projecting my own feelings through my version of Shepard it made the moment resonate even more.
Sure, she would end up punching me in Mass Effect 3 upon our reunion, but it was worth it. Jack was always worth it.Click here to read more...
Naughty Dog's Uncharted series is one of the best brands seen on this generation of consoles and their last game packed in more thrills than two summers of cinema blockbusters. The Game of the Year edition includes the paid DLC for multiplayer and co-op stages, both of which are way more fun than they ought to be considering the series is mainly known for its excellent single-player campaigns. Great action, plot, visuals and characters make this an essential package for any gamer.
Thanks to h.nutt26 at HotUkDeals.
If you somehow own a PS3 and yet don't have Uncharted 3, now is your chance to rectify that glaring error. The closest thing this industry has to Indiana Jones, it's now under £20 once again for a short time at The Gmae Collection.
Uncharted 3 is a cracking game that delivers even bigger setpieces, more high-octane adventuring, and wittier banter than ever before. The multiplayer has been vastly improved and fleshed out, and best of all, it's now under £20. Cheers, goonertillidie@HUKD
Sometimes it's nice to look outside the boundaries of the little plastic jewel cases, beyond the confines of the monitor or TV screen and explore the realm of transmedia. But in this case, it's not hastily penned videogame fiction nor dispassionate Dorling Kindersley encyclopaediae, but rather a unique insight into one of the most popular adventure franchises on the planet, helmed by one of modern gaming's most iconic stars.
Any chance to take a look behind the scenes of the Uncharted series is always going to be eagerly snapped up, even more so when Nolan North, the man behind Nathan Drake is the guide.
Gaming’s most respected voice actor has written this book to share his experiences on the set of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Unlike many games, the Uncharted series’ creators Naughty Dog, have their voice actors physically act out their roles together over months of work. Compared to the industry standard of sitting in a recording booth for a few days and then picking up a pay check, Uncharted is a huge gig and warrants a deeper look.Click here to read more...
When you've games like Uncharted 3 and Killzone 3 to pick from, I hardly think we're in dire need of another generation of consoles. While we're clearly brushing the visual ceiling, now developers have truly mastered their respective platforms, we're finally enjoying well-realized experiences like Drake's Deception. And Naughty Dog appears to share this sentiment, telling Eurogamer the idea of transitioning to another generation of consoles is "terrifying".Click here to read more...
Deals are coming and going in the blink of an eye this Christmas, so if you missed out on Zavvi or Gamestop's deals earlier in the month, the sub-£25 price for Uncharted 3 at Amazon and Asda should be your number one cyber stop today. Seriously, Uncharted 3 might not be as big a surprise as the second game, but it provides an outstandingly complete package, bespoke co-op modes, and probably the finest story in the series to date.
Yesterday we took a look at the latest news for upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive The Last Of Us, but the plot is beginning to thicken thanks to the perceptive folks over at iWaggle. In a video posted on their YouTube channel they highlighted what could be an easter egg at the very start of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.Check out the video for yourself after the jump...
I doubt Naughty Dog have had much time off since Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception was released. While it was critically lauded, the promising multiplayer arena has been in a state of flux since, with some fans applauding the changes made since UC2, others lamenting them. Naughty Dog promised it would be swift to address whatever issues arose, and true to their word, they've just dispatched a new patch for UC3, which squashes a number of problems.Click here to read more...
Matt just dropped our review of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, which looks every bit the speculator globe-trotting action romp. To celebrate its release, Sony have released three classic character skin packs for UC3's multiplayer, with over 25 skins available across all three packs. They'll cost you £2.39 each.
But what will you find inside? Well, there's a younger Nathan Drake for starts, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves' villain Lazarevic, and much, much more. Gabriel Roman, Tenzin, Atoq Navarro. Not a particularly compelling chunk of post-release content, but for fans already finding they've maxed out all their rewards online, it's a welcome release. [Playstation Blog]
Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
In many ways, the Uncharted series emulates the work of Dan Brown (not to mention much of Spielberg): ripping yarns that push and propel you from action sequence to puzzling conundrums, with broadly drawn characters that we can recognise and invest in, fundamentally concerned with plot and narrative, and leaving others in their respective mediums to challenge their respective audiences. I don't mean that in a bad sense, after all there's nothing wrong in any way shape of form with having a linear and scripted experience, it all depends on how strong the script is.
Thankfully, in Amy Hennig, Naughty Dog have something of a narrative goldmine. Not only did we find ourselves interested in the mythology, the intrigue and the enjoyment of trying to work out who was betraying whom at any one point in Among Thieves, but through a glorious synthesis of well written characters, astutely observed dialogue and some of the best voice acting to be found in the industry, the adventures Drake, Sully, Elena and Chloe became stories we wanted to continue. We wanted to hear more, to spend time with personalities who, as with any successful character-driven tales, have become more like friends.
I got to the end of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and found myself craving more. Nothing hugely different, just more. I'm pretty certain that I wasn't alone, either; and if that's the case, and you're looking for an Uncharted sequel that takes those characters of whom you're so fond, tosses them into a narrative crucible filled with the highest production values (Greg Edmonson's score is, once again, outstanding!) and delivers a cinematic tribute above and beyond what has previously been on offer, you're in luck.Click here to read more...
Nolan North, the man behind Nathan Drake, Desmond and the 'SPAAAAAACE' module from Portal 2 has spoken out saying that it has been Naughty Dog's commitment to detail and the fact that they take their time with their products which yields a 'better quality entertainment experience'.Click here to read more...
It's two weeks until our chum Nate jets off to another bunch of exotic locales to find treasure and kick ass, and Naughty Dog have dropped the final, happily spoiler-free, video tidbit for you to stick in your retinas before you get your grubby mitts on the game itself.
If you want more, hit the jump to see Han Solo play the game for nearly seven minutes. No, really.Click here to read more...
Having already defended their decision to include an Online Pass system for Uncharted 3's multiplayer, Naughty Dog have now announced fans can purchase an exclusive Season Pass ticket dubbed 'The Fortune Hunters' Club', which grants you access to discounted prices across all of Drake's Deception's post-release content.Click here to read more...