In a recent interview Nolan North talked extensively about performing as Nathan Drake in the critically and financially successful Uncharted series, as well as not being any good at video games but his kids showing quite the skill as gamers.
Hideo Kojima confirms he's leading up the team for Metal Gear Solid 5. We have a review and interview for Uncharted 3 and PETA takes aim at Mario for promoting raccoon skinning. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
If you were itching for more info from the first part of the Greg Edmonson interview, the composer of Uncharted 3, then you can catch the rest of the detailed interview right here. Find out about Gregís thoughts on the Uncharted movie, as well as influences from Firefly and how Nathan Fillion's Mal Reynolds and Nathan Drake share a vital commonality in their character development.
The first part of this interview covers a wide range of music-related topics for the Uncharted series and you can find out how Edmonson scored the job as well as a few other interesting tidbits Uncharted fans might be interested in.
Sony has announced that the venerable and highly lauded action-adventure game, Uncharted 3, has sold (and not shipped) a very, very impressive 3.8 million copies within a single day of being available on the market.
A new trailer was released exclusively to G4's X-Play, featuring the character of Salim. There are a few plot points explicitly given away in the cinematic trailer, as well as how Drake and Salim meet. So if you donít want the experience spoiled donít watch the following trailer (but come on, you know you want toÖyou know you really want to).
I don't speak Japanese and Iím not really sure what the setup was or how Harrison Ford actually came into possession of a PS3 controller and a play-test of Uncharted 3 but he does and it seems like he really enjoys it.
Sledgehammer Games alludes to lack of world-class for the Uncharted franchise, Microsoft confirms the Halo Reclaimer Trilogy and Blizzard gets defensive over the World of Warcraft Pandaria rumors. These stories and more in this ediiton of the Weekly Recap.
In a developer insight video Sledgehammer Games, one of the three studios who worked on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, stated that they were working on a third-person version of CoD and that it would be like the Uncharted series, except it would part of a world class franchise.
I believe Uncharted is one of the few game franchises out there where I actually dont mind watching someone else play through the entire game...it's like every single moment is a cinematic movie moment and it's just a thrill to watch. With that being said, the newest trailer for Uncharted 3 is almost seven whole minutes of intense gameplay as Drake faces impossible odds to get aboard a cargo plane.
Naughty Dog updated the multiplayer content of Uncharted 3 with two brand new game modes and a notification that the multiplayer beta is now officially available to download on the North American PlayStation Store.
Naughty Dog wanted to walk gamers through some of the nifty new features of the multiplayer beta currently underway for Uncharted 3. The multiplayer beta has a host of awesome of goodies and if you enjoy playing to win and winning to earn new stuff then you'll probably want to check out the new walkthrough to get a leg up on the competition.
It's not quite Uncharted 3 but it's close. A game called Unearthed: The Trail of Ibn Battuta is a third-person, action-adventure, platforming shooter for multiple platforms and it carries many of the same traits as Uncharted 3. A new trailer was also released to accompany the news.
A brand new level for Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception has been revealed, featuring Drake on a sinking ship that's rocking back and forth as he tries to escape. In addition to this, the official E3 trailer was let loose and it's an easy candidate for one of the coolest tradeshow trailers of the year.
Naughty Dog has released a barrage of information about Uncharted 3's competitive multiplayer today. They also announced when the beta will begin.