Perhaps the most talked about game mode in the anticipation leading up to the Uncharted 3 beta was the Co-Op Adventure mode, which promised to improve on the previous game’s Co-Op Objective mode while changing the balance and improving level design to be more expansive than a typical corridor shooter. Naughty Dog have certainly succeeded in one-upping the Village, Nepal and Sanctuary maps from last time, but some bad bugs and an aggravating drop-out system hold it back from being brilliant, as opposed to excellent. That being said, this is still in beta, like everything else in this game.
Structurally, Uncharted 3’s co-op adevnture hasn’t changed much compared to Uncharted 2's co-op objective. You will still be working in three-man teams, th…Read more >
Ever since David O. Russell's departure from the Uncharted film project, taking his controversial reimagining with him, many cautiously optimistic fans have wondered who will replace him. It now seems that The Illusionist screenwriter Neil Burger has taken on writing and directing duties.
Fans who were unhappy with Russell's vision for the film are certainly rejoicing at the news. There is no telling who will be replacing Mark Wahlberg as Nathan Drake, however.
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Over the last few days I have had the chance to play the Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception multiplayer beta. In about ten hours of play (and at level 13), I am confident in saying that, despite the inevitable glitches and problems inherent in any beta, it is an extremely fun, deep and rewarding experience.
Now that we have that out of the way, I wish to break down what I did and did not enjoy about the beta. As this is still a work in progress and the game itself is a good four months away from release, there is plenty of time to fix any niggling issues. Usually in such a scenario I would do a Good, Bad and Ugly breakdown, but considering the high quality of the beta, I am going to rename the categories to the Good, the Decent and the Bad.
Consid…Read more >