‘Uncharted’ Trilogy soundtrack coming to vinyl


Confession: while I definitely fucked with Uncharted, I don’t really recall the music from the games. Perhaps this is because I was usually squeezing my testicles and screaming at the top of my lungs in excitement during the series’ most epic moments. But even with that made clear, the idea of the games’ soundtracks coming to vinyl is pretty dope.

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Uncharted 3’s Villainess Revealed. Meet Katherine Marlowe.

Naughty Dog’s revealed the main  antagonistic  behind Uncharted 3, and she’s a slightly shriveled yet sexy  British  bitch by the name of Katherine Marlowe. The reveal was dropped onto the gaming public today in a trailer that also featured our boy Nathan in a sexy suit, ready for some back alley action. Read into that phrase as you will.

Hit the jump for the video.

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Uncharted 3 Gameplay Debut From Jimmy Fallon. [Video.]

Found this today over at Aesthetically Pleezin, and I gotta be honest with you folks. I couldn’t make it through this entire video. Anyone who knows me, knows that I’m excitable. Like, really. When something gets me pumped up, I begin running around and smiling and acting like a general tardanite. So when I watched this video I began tweaking, and losing my shit.

Uncharted 3. On Jimmy Fallon. This game is going to fucking own my soul.

Hit the jump for the video. Try and not tweak, I got that shit covered for both of us.

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More Uncharted 3 Screens To Lose Your Cool To

Want more official Uncharted 3 screens? Including placeholder box art? Of course you do. Hit the jump, and indulge. You’re welcome.

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Uncharted 3 Revealed. SCREENSHOTS INSIDE.

Entertainment Weekly just blew the lid off of one of the most anticipated games, Uncharted 3. The game’s official title is Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and it is totally going Indiana Jones and Lawrence of Arabia with Drake running around some fucking gorgeous sand dunes and shit.

Here, some details:

According to Naughty Dog’s creative director Amy Hennig, the theme of deception plays out in multiple ways throughout the threequel, from Drake doing the deceiving to Drake being deceived to some mysterious deception about Drake’s very identity. The story focuses on the hero’s relationship with his mentor and father figure, fan fave Victor “Sully” Sullivan, and has him searching for a legendary lost city that will ultimately take him to the Arabian Peninsula and the vast wasteland of the Rub’ al Khali Desert, also known as the Empty Quarter.


Uncharted likes to keep one foot (or at least a toe) grounded in history (Nathan’s ancestor is the British pirate, explorer and Navy officer Sir Francis Drake) and the plot of Uncharted 3 draws more from Drake’s exploits as well as from the life of T.E. Lawrence – not from his militant days as the fabled “Lawrence of Arabia,” but rather the Brit’s early years as an archaeologist. The inspiration for the story, says Hennig, came from Naughty Dog’s desire to take on the challenge of conceiving and building out gameplay scenarios within a desert locale – “challenge,” because organic elements like water, fire and sand are technically difficult to credibly render with animation.

It’s a scientific fact that Uncharted 2 is the best game of the generation. Doing some tabulating with my abacus and some beaker work to conjure the true essence of knowledge into my brain stem, I have ascertained this. So I am beyond stoked for this title.


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