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The Collector's Edition comes in a hardcover featuring unique cover art developed exclusively for this edition.
Includes an exclusive audio CD with 10 tracks from the Uncharted 3 official music score.
Dedicated walkthrough provides visual, step-by-step guidance through the adventure, tailor-made for each game situation and supported by commentaries and input direct from the Naughty Dog team.
Reference & Analysis chapter presents all gameplay features: all Moves Lists, Weapons, Enemies, Treasures, Trophies and Unlockables.
A dedicated Multiplayer chapter covers all MP features: Score & Customisation, Advanced Tips, Competitive and Co-Op Maps.
A guide code reveals an exclusive Multiplayer Emblem, which can then be used and edited by the player.
An Extras chapter covers all Hidden Scenes and Easter Eggs, play through on Crushing Difficulty, story recap of the entire Uncharted series, exclusive Behind-the-Scenes interviews at Naughty Dog as well as an extensive Artwork Gallery featuring a wealth of exclusive, official artwork.
Carefully designed to avoid unnecessary story spoilers.
The creators of the Uncharted videogames have expressed their excitement about the movie adaptation of the series that is currently in development.
Richard Lemarchand, of the acclaimed studio Naughty Dog, told Eurogamer that the team has been 'impressed' with the commitment shown by the film's producers to doing justice to the classic PlayStation 3 titles.
With former director David O Russell having left the project, filmmaker Neil Burger - who directed this year's box-office hit Limitless - has now been tasked with bringing the globe-trotting adventures of treasure hunter Nathan Drake to life.
Mr Lemarchand said Burger's appointment was a 'very good sign', adding that an authentic action movie feel has always been a central part of the Uncharted experience.
'We had to study on the techniques of cinema very diligently to be able to make these games ... I remain excited about the future of the Uncharted feature film,' he added.
The series' latest instalment, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, will be released on PlayStation 3 this November, while a spinoff title called Uncharted: Golden Abyss is also in the works for PlayStation Vita.
The beta trial of the eagerly awaited Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is launching this week, Sony has announced.
From October 5th 2011, subscribers to the PlayStation Plus service will be able to gain exclusive access to the trial version of the new PlayStation 3 adventure's competitive multiplayer mode.
Running through until the launch of the game itself in early November, the beta allows players to try out the improved online deathmatch experience of Drake's Deception, while getting a head start on building up their multiplayer stats.
Although the trial is initially open only to PlayStation Plus members, Sony will be looking to provide other gamers with information about how they can get involved later this month.
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is the latest instalment in Naughty Dog's acclaimed action-adventure series and sees hero Nathan Drake embarking on a dangerous desert expedition.
The game will include support for stereoscopic 3D visuals, while Drake will have a new array of moves and weapons at his disposal.
However, second-placed Uncharted 3 was still able to generate massive numbers of its own, recording the 11th best PlayStation 3 launch ever, while far exceeding the debut of 2009's Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
The new compilation title includes the first three instalments in the classic platform adventure series on one Blu-ray disc, with each title having received a high-definition facelift and optional 3D visuals.
Created by Naughty Dog, the award-winning team behind Crash Bandicoot and Uncharted, the Jak series celebrated its tenth anniversary last month and is well known for its imaginative worlds, technical innovations and creative gameplay.
The 2001 original Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy is joined in the collection by its darker sequels Jak II and Jak 3, with extensive PlayStation Trophy support promised for each title.
More than 100 Trophies are available across the three games, including three prized platinum awards, offering hours of fun for gaming completionists.
The Jak and Daxter Trilogy has been created by developer Mass Media, with support from the original Jak team at Naughty Dog.
Naughty Dog co-founder Evan Wells has admitted that the studio was tempted to create a new entry in its popular Jak & Daxter platformer series, but eventually decided to focus on upcoming survival adventure The Last of Us instead.
"Something that we talked about early on was, 'Let's go back and apply what we've learned with the Uncharted games to Jak & Daxter'," Wells told Game Informer. "It's one of the franchises that's near and dear to us and, in all honesty, we'd like to somehow honour."
However, the developer decided it didn't want to make the game for the wrong reasons, and end up disappointing fans with a sub-par effort. "Even if we felt like we were going to give the fans another Jak & Daxter, we felt we weren't going to give them the game that they wanted," Wells continued. "We would end up limiting the direction that the company had this passion for while simultaneously not creating the game that fans wanted. We just realised we were going to just do everybody a disservice. So at that point, the conversations started to move in a new direction."
That new direction was, of course, The Last of Us. The PS3 exclusive game follows a man and a girl as the struggle to survive in post-apocalyptic America, and is due in 2013.
Tired of games that leave you hanging at the end credits? It seems that Uncharted studio Naughty Dog agrees. The Last of Us, its upcoming post-apocalyptic survival horror adventure, will tell a self-contained story with no cheeky sequel-baiting, the developer has revealed.
Speaking in a video interview for Game Informer, creative director Neil Druckmann has insisted that the tale will be complete. "We can say now we don't want to end on a cliffhanger. We don't like when games do that. It has to be all encompassing," he said. That doesn't mean a sequel is off the cards completely, but they're not basing the initial story around the idea of a franchise. "If it does well and people want more then we'll discuss it," he explains.
The interview also reveals more details of the game's story. Set twenty years after a virus decimates humanity, middle-aged smuggler Joel finds himself leaving the brutal dictatorial confines of mankind's last stronghold when he takes a job helping teen Ellie reach the other side of a quarantine zone.
The Last of Us appeared out of nowhere in December, after Naughty Dog kept it successfully under wraps while developing Uncharted 3. It's currently slated for release in 2013, exclusively for PlayStation 3.
There's no denying it, we've been spoiled rotten by the flood of quality games this year. There isn't enough time in the day to get through them all! Fortunately, the Christmas holidays are here to give us a little more time to catch up on the best of 2011.
We've hand-picked a selection of games from this year's release schedule that are all worthy of your Christmas Gaming time...
Batman Arkham City
A comic hero game that turned out to be very good? We were left speechless when Arkham Asylum was released in 2009. Even more incredibly, Rocksteady Studios' sequel managed to be even better than the first!
Batman Arkham City sets you in a massive open world, players assume the role of a Batman imprisoned in the sprawling super-prison of Arkham City. Every nemesis you could hope for makes an appearance in the game - as well as an epic storyline offering dozens of hours of gameplay, there's a huge quantity of sidequests and missions to explore once you've put the baddies to bed.
This third outing for Nathan Drake is his grandest adventure yet. Set amongst deserts, lost cities and ruins, Uncharted 3 is a technically astonishing PlayStation 3 game that features all of the exploration, fighting and explosive set-pieces we've come to expect from the series.
Better multiplayer, more customisation options and some of the most impressive motion-capture animations to hit gaming make Uncharted 3 an unmissable, cinematic rollercoaster. Don't miss out on one of gaming's finest adventures.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim
If you can't get your money's worth out of a game like The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, you're very hard to please indeed! Bethesda's follow-up to the best-selling game Oblivion left players and critics alike reeling. A gorgeously rendered, enormous world stuffed with terrifying dungeons, endless quest-lines and open-world dragon fights, Skyrim packs more content into a side-quest than most games manage full stop.
Are you an archer, berserker, magician or rogue? Whatever your play-style, there's a highly customisable role for you in this most epic of RPGs. Hundreds of hours of gameplay are here for players to gorge themselves on, all spread across a game that is likely to become one of the most fondly remembered of this generation. The greatest RPG of all time? It might just be.
Gears of War 3
Tying up all the loose ends of the previous games, this climax to the best-selling Gears of Wars franchise sees Marcus Fenix and co set out to finish the Locust Horde once and for all in Gears of War 3. Some of the most awesome baddies the series has ever seen make their appearance in this conclusion, and there'll be no shortage of sweaty palms once the fighting's over.
Multiplayer provides endless re-playability for the game, as you team up with friends to take on wave after wave of Locust forces. If you'd rather rip your friend's face off than lend a helping hand, you can now fight as the enemy, raining horrible destruction on your whole family once the Christmas pudding's gone down.
Once mocked by gamers for churning out what often amounted to little more than annual updates, EA has been on a charm-offensive these last five years or so, bringing significant innovation and improvements to their flagship footie title every single time.
FIFA 12 sees the introduction of a far more dynamic system for defending where you can link up with an AI defender to put pressure on attackers. Head to Head seasons allow you to take part in a highly competitive ladder tournament, while simply playing the game also adds points to your chosen club. It's as addictive as ever, and about as fully-featured a sports game as we could hope for.
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
The perfect game to settle into while the family are having a good old row downstairs,The Ledgend of Zelda Skyward Sword will charm the pants off you with it's perfect telling of the classic Zelda tale, mixed with the best combat and world design the series has ever seen.
Set prior to the events of the N64 (and now 3DS) classic Ocarina of Time, Skyward Sword starts off in a beautiful cloud city by the name of Skyloft. Of course, it's not long until Link's childhood friend Zelda is whisked off into the lands below, beginning a fantastic journey of world exploration, soaring flight, and devilishly tricky dungeons. Skyward Sword is a must-play for any Zelda fans, past or present.
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