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Uncharted 3: Oszustwo Drake'a

By Robert Frąc
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Isbn : 5042736220
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  • Category : Computers
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Poradnik do gry Uncharted 3: Oszustwo Drake’a zawiera opis przejścia trybu kampanii wraz z rozwiązaniami zagadek logicznych oraz podpowiedziami dotyczącymi potyczek. Dodatkowo na końcu tekstu znajduje się rozdział opisujący położenie wszystkich znajdziek. Uncharted 3: Oszustwo Drake’a – poradnik do gry zawiera poszukiwane przez graczy tematy i lokacje jak m.in. Rozdział 6- Chateau (2) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 7- Nie wychodź ze światła (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 6- Chateau (1) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 11- Jako na górze, tako i na dole (1) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 1 (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 11- Jako na górze, tako i na dole (2) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 9- Droga środka (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 8- Cytadela (2) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 8- Cytadela (1) (Opis przejścia) Rozdział 3- Robota na poziomie (Opis przejścia) Informacja o grze Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception to trzecia odsłona cieszącego się olbrzymią popularnością cyklu gier akcji, opowiadającego o przygodach Nathana Drake'a. Tym razem główny bohater, który wzorowany jest m.in. na postaci Indiany Jonesa, musi odszukać legendarne miasto Ubar. Twórcy gry ze studia Naughty Dog zadbali o filmowy rozmach kampanii solowej oraz w pełni funkcjonalny tryb multiplayer. Gra Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, dobrze przyjęta zarówno przez krytyków, jak i graczy, to przedstawiciel gatunku przygodowych gier akcji. Tytuł wydany został w Polsce w 2011 roku i dostępny jest na platformie PS3. Wersja językowa oficjalnie dystrybuowana na terenie kraju to: polska i angielska.

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