Uncharted alike FPS coming to Xbox 360 this summer

Ever wondered what Uncharted would be like if it became an FPS created by the team behind brutal FPS series Painkiller? Well, imagine no more as Nordic Games has announced Deadfall Adventures.

Previously revealed as Adventurer, Deadfall promises to blend first-person shooting with puzzle solving and exploration in a globe-trotting adventure.

Set in 1938, players take control of James Lee Quatermain – a man with many talents – and must escort Jennifer Goodwin, a US agent and former colleague of his, to an Egyptian temple complex in order to retrieve an ancient artefact - The Heart of Atlantis.

Things don't quite go according to plan and Quatermain finds himself part of a hunt across the globe - from the stormy deserts of Egypt to the icy depths of the Arctic and the steaming jungles of Guatemala.

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RedDeadLB1844d ago

This looks good, very interesting. Can't wait to try it out.

Rainstorm811844d ago

Okay the article described this game as an Uncharted FPS......I see why the music sounds like a remix to the Uncharted theme

......but I think I'll pass on this one

trenso11844d ago

Another fps...the concept seems cool but solving puzzle in first person doesn't seem to fun and why do you need to make it an fps

GiggMan1844d ago

Because it's on the Xbox.

*J/K everybody don't get upset :-)*

Omni-Tool1844d ago

Regardless if you were kidding, it is sadly true.

EZMickey1844d ago

Portal, Prey and Half Life say "Hi".

trenso11844d ago

Portal and half life are good games I'll admit that, but they aren't games I particularly liked, I didn't enjoy half life as much as Id like to admit but thats my opinion and portal I did like but doesn't pop into my head as often as games I enjoyed much more

EZMickey1840d ago


You're more than entitled to your own opinion and preferences. Point is that puzzle solving in FPS games may not seem fun to you, but Half Life and Portal stand as two great examples of FPS puzzle games. In Half Life's case it's more action and adventure with the puzzle solving being another entertaining way to break up the flow.

Not disregarding your own preference, but those two titles are considered some of the best games out there by critics and consumers alike with Half Life 2 earning the Highest Rated PC game of All Time on Metacritic (last I checked).

If you can identify that FPS puzzle solving is not something you enjoy then at least you know your own tastes well enough to anticipate that this game is probably not for you.

babis19741844d ago's an original!

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