Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception - Locations
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“It was the most memorable rehearsal day I can remember. I sat down with my coffee and grabbed one of the freshly printed scripts to see what Amy [Hennig] had written for us. Emily Rose was at the other end of the table. As if on cue, we both looked up at the same time. ‘Oh my God, we’re married!’ I exlaimed.”
—Nolan North; “Drake’s Journal”
(Original Thread)(submitted via thejasman)
“The Uncharted games are personally my favorite series of games, with Uncharted 2 and 3 being my favorite games of all time. They’re certainly the most cinematic games I’ve ever played. I’ve often heard many people describe these games as like controlling a movie, and have heard many people say that these games are just as fun to watch as they are to play, and I agree with both of those things.
That gave me the idea to edit these games into movies. That way I would be able to watch the story of these games in one sitting easily, and without having to take up a considerable portion of my day. Not only that, but I would be able to show these to people who either don’t have a PS3, don’t have or want these games but still are interested in seeing the story, or even don’t play video games at all…”
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (2009) & Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception (2011).
“Though wealth eludes him at the the conclusion of Drake’s Fortune and Among Thieves, Nate on both occasions gains a treasure of great value in Elena… And, on both occasions, he blows it, walking out when his phobia of commitment drives the couple apart. Elena perhaps best understands Nate’s existential fear: he’s afraid of admitting who he really is, and almost obsessively takes refuge in an identity that doesn’t truly belong to him.
The motto on Drake’s ring has defined Nate’s entire life; there’s a sense that he has always walked backwards into his future, defined by his troubled childhood. In the closing cinematic, however, his reaction to his wedding band when Sully produces it — so much like the one belonging to Sir Francis, but locking the motto; a blank slate — perhaps suggests that it might finally be ‘Nate’, not ‘Drake’, who accompanies his closest friend and wife to the plane before the closing credits roll.”
Everything is Claudia Black and nothing hurts.