Harrison Ford and the Kingdom of ‘Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception’


Naughty Dog’s eagerly anticipated adventure game “Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception” will hit the streets on Nov. 1. To promote the release in Japan, Sony tapped Harrison Ford to play a demo of the game and filmed his reactions and thoughts.

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Ford, whom game developers have cited as an inspiration for protagonist Nathan Drake, had never played any of the “Uncharted” games before and was quite impressed with it’s action and humor. The beloved 69-year-old actor also compared “Drake’s Deception” to working in movies.

He says:

I think it’s remarkable. The storytelling is very visual and exciting and the action just keeps on coming. I think it’s very realistic and very dramatic. I love the reality of the character’s reactions to the situations he’s in. It’s very exciting.

There’s so much more action here than there is normally in a movie. It’s so much more concentrated. Of course, there are a lot more, when you’re an actor playing in a role, there are a lot of other obligations that you have, but it’s very much like being in the movie for me. Except, the movie I always win. In the game, sometimes I don’t win.

My wife and I love Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, and just about every Ford film out there. But, if we see him playing “Uncharted 3” on multiplayer, we won’t hesitate to go all Regarding Henry on his ass and put a cap in his head.

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