Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Previews - PS3

Game Description:You are Nathan Drake, a descendant of Sir Francis Drake and now a modern-day treasure hunter. A clue in the coffin of your ancestor leads you to a long-forgotten island. The search for treasure turns deadly, though, when you become stranded and hunted down by mercenaries. You are outnumbered and outgunned, and you must fight to survive as you discover the secrets hidden on the island. Travel through living jungles and 400 year-old ruins. Hone your skills as you experience fast-paced gunplay, using the environment for cover and shooting enemies off moving vehicles. Or use a variety of hand-to-hand fighting moves and keep your enemies off balance!
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