Review: Uncharted 3 – Drake’s Deception

7 Jul

After buying my PS3 (which came a bit late) and deciding to go back to playing video games again (which didn’t happen for a very long while now, except playing on my iPad) I honestly didn’t think ill get into it, I was wrong.

As I have been away for a long time, I kinda don’t know what games are there to play, which ones would I like and which I would hate! luckily, I ended up buying the PS3 with this game: Uncharted 3, with no recommendations what so ever about it from my friends, I definitely didn’t have any good expectations. Again, I was wrong.

I have been always into the games that had mysterious story behind it, puzzles and maybe some action, this one had them all. Not knowing how the 1st and 2nd part of this game were like, am almost sure this one is the best out of them, cuz I don’t think it can get better than this. Am not gonna bore you withe the story cuz its too long and complicated, and simply cuz it wouldn’t be fun playing when you already know the story. Am just gonna point out what I really liked about this game:

 Story:

What I really liked about the story is that it has to do with the Arab world, it’s just fun playing games and hear characters talking in Arabic or talk about the history and heritage of those countries. The story involves funny scenes, action and shooting, and lots and lots of mystery and puzzles. Sometimes the action scenes got a bit too much, and some chapters are way nicer than the others, but overall its great.

Graphics:

Like I said, ive been away from those new video games for a very long time and I don’t know whats the standard right now, but this is definitely some amazing graphics! It’s just too real to a point sometimes you can’t really tell whether it’s a video showing a story or you are in the game playing. I like how your possibilities are limitless and there is something happening wherever you go and whatever you do.

Length:

I didn’t get to sit around a lot and play with it, but recently i did cuz i did feel that the game is coming towards the end and i wanted to finish it. I think if you had the time, you would finish the campaign in 3 – 4 days. Which is cool for such a cool game with a cool story.

Online Gaming:

I’m not very familiar with the online gaming as I tried it with Call of Duty a couple of times and found it VERY difficult and frustrating lol. This one felt a bit easier and specially that I am done with the game so am more familiar with it. I think ill be playing online from now on.

Rating: 9/10

So now, I would kindly ask you all who are into video games, is to recommend a few games for me that are similar to this one. I have been always into Resident Evil and Silent Hill, but am not sure how cool these games are right now. So recommend whatever you think is fun, and if you still havent tried this one, go grab your copy right now :)

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6 Responses to “Review: Uncharted 3 – Drake’s Deception”

  1. 7amood July 8, 2012 at 12:21 am #

    a video game review is something i never expected to see on this website!

    its been a good 6-7 yrs since I last played a video game, but I have been always a big fan of metal gear. .you should give it a try. .

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    • Moody July 8, 2012 at 9:18 am #

      you will never know what to expect on this blog :P

      I have been a big fan on Metal Gear too on PS2. I remember how exciting it was and sometimes a bit sad when he dies :P am not sure about the new editions on PS3 whether its still cool or they have took it abit too far.

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      • 7amood July 8, 2012 at 12:21 pm #

        you mean this… right?!

        for a 7-8 yr old, at the time, I must say it was a bit dramatic :)

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        • 7amood July 8, 2012 at 12:29 pm #

          *traumatic

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        • Moody July 8, 2012 at 12:41 pm #

          loool yes you know exactly what am talking about!

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