RevoltTech shows possible locations for Uncharted 3's gameplay by clues in the teaser and trailer, in addition to historical records regarding the City of a Thousand Pillars (Atlantis of the Sands).
Good research here, I figured the same thing since all of the ancient cities where built on trade routes so naturally it would be near a large one. I guess it works well for the plot of the game, you're basically following the trade route. It'd also explain the boat scene, going across the water parts of the route
if you look at the trailer, the map with the red lines going through it is France...IGN did an analysis of the teaser and they said that it was Arabia....geography fail
Oman got soooooooooooooooooo much historical locations its beyond belief in each and every city there is at least one accent fort or a castle you can also find small ones on the sides of the roads lol so yah thumbs up for that
I hope the plane crash wont play out like the train crash in UC2. If that is the opening or something, cool. Like the first chapter being a flash back about Nathan in the desert exploring thenc rashing and surviving, as he is telling it to Sully. But they don't need to tarantino the plot, cause they did it once already. So I am guessing that after the flashback scene Drake and Sully will look at each other and say something like: Sully "Where to now?" Nathan "I know how you like one legged hookers" Sully "France it is" I am not saying this is the plot, but This series is known for awesomely funny dialog, and we all know Victor Sullivan is one dirty old bastard. Also I really hope Elena shows up, she is such a lovable character and her personality is adorable.
Great job Sherlock. Now let's find the Baskerville's Hound.
when they show off more of Uncharted 3, i expect a wave of excitement to surge through the internet. Uncharted 3 is a milestone when we reference console graphics, which is limited hardware. Game of The Year 2011 has been shown early.
I'd love a section in London! As long as any locals don't get the stupid accents Americans usually associate with Brits, I've never even heard the "allo guv'ner" accent and I live in London.
or protray us with big noses, big teeth acting all posh dressed in suits with Monocles, eating crumpets and drinking tea
I'm sorry but I would love to see the Berries and Cream man around London somewhere.
DUBAI would be cool.
Im guessing he will visit cairo
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