Avault: Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception PS3 review

Nathan Drake, the man with the strongest fingertips in gaming, returns to close out his debut trilogy in Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Developer Naughty Dog has thrown in everything save the kitchen sink: foot chases, car chases, scenes on horseback, puzzle solving, fast-paced combat sequences and lots of personal moments, all framed with gorgeous graphics and another evocative music score. It does more interesting things in 10 to 15 hours than half a dozen lesser games combined, yet somehow it also manages to be somewhat less fulfilling than its predecessor.

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kikizoo2525d ago

This game has more perfect scores than anything else, that proves again that metacritics is biased.

best way to have a good/unbiased metascore : count ALL the reviews on the net, minus 10% best and worst.

*why can't we see all the reviews/scores on n4g like a few months later ?

badsanta19612518d ago

This score is a victim of our scoring system. If we at Avault were scoring using a 0-100 scale, I would've given it somewhere between a 90 and 95. But we score using 1 to 5 stars. Uncharted 3 is much better than an 80, which is the numerical equivalent of 4 stars, so I had to choose between too low or too high. So I went with too high. It's still an excellent game, but not a perfect one.