We've seen Uncharted 4 in action. Here's a closer look at the star of the game, Nathan Drake—and how Naughty Dog updated the character.
The hero of Sony's Uncharted games isn't the stoic type. He's a chatterbox when all the jumping, shooting and punching is going down. It's not all quips and punchlines, though. One thing he says a whole damn lot? "No."
The moment I opened Sideshow Collectibles' Sixth Scale Nathan Drake figure from Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is the moment it stopped being a Nathan Drake figure. No, this is a creepy six-legged spider figure with a Nathan Drake accessory.
Some people might blame the fungus zombies for destroying society in The Last of Us. But based on this Uncharted easter egg video by mynameisfeli, I'd say we should blame the collapse of society on Justin Bieber instead.
Ah, Uncharted's Nathan Drake — The everyman's adventurer. In a gaming landscape populated with neckless, 'roid-filled space marines and cyborg ninjas, you're here to remind us that being a regular joe on a mystical adventure is its own kind of cool.
The first years of the new millennium brought us the seventh generation of video game consoles, and with that came a whole new family of attractive men and women. With new evolutions, this decade introduced the start of increasingly realistic-looking characters.
When Sony unveiled its PlayStation Vita handheld at last year's E3, Uncharted: Golden Abyss was one of the first things they showed. This sent a clear message: "Our new handheld is a portable current-gen console. To prove it, we're going to show it running one of our most technically demanding current-gen games."…
Nathan Drake has recently purchased a new MacBook, after talking to several of his friends about it for several weeks. He has done more discussing the MacBook than he has actually using it, and secretly he enjoys causing the icons to sort of ‘pop' along the bar at the bottom of the screen more than he enjoys operating…
I recently opined that one of the things I didn't like about Uncharted 3 was that it lacked a delightful love-triangle like the one in Uncharted 2. Turns out maybe there was one, and most of us just missed it.
Welcome, Kotaku Game Club, to the multiplayer edition of our Uncharted 3 talks! Thank you everyone for showing up a day early. I hope that you're as excited as I am to get a healthy gaming discussion in before the holiday.
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Hey Game Clubbers, remember that our meeting on Uncharted 3 multiplayer is tomorrow instead of Thursday at 4pm Eastern. It's the last one of the month so come with ideas for our next game!
This is it, folks! Here at Kotaku Game Club, we're talking about the final chapters of Uncharted 3. Right now, in the comments section below.
Guess what? We'll finally be discussing the finale of Uncharted 3 during tomorrow Kotaku Game Club. Check it out at 4pm Eastern.
Make sure to check out the second Kotaku Game Club discussion of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception tomorrow! We'll be looking at chapters 10-18 at 4pm Eastern.
Welcome, Game Clubbers, to our first discussion of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. Today we're going to tackle the action-packed opening chapters of the story. There are plenty of amazing moments to discuss, so let's get to it!
In the Uncharted movie, Mark Wahlberg will be hero Nathan Drake. Fans, however, had a different actor in mind and even made awkward pleas for their choice.
This is Nathan Fillion. He's a television star. Nathan, Nathan, Nathan? The hero of adventure franchise Uncharted is named Nathan. That series is getting a movie version, and actor Nathan seems keen.
Not Linden Ashby, who played Johnny Cage in the 1995 Mortal Kombat film. No, the guy in the viral Mortal Kombat film that recently popped up online.
Want to know how to get Ratchet & Clank, Kratos, and Nathan Drake figures for ModNation Racers when it hits stores on May 25? It all depends on which retailer you preorder the game from.