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Topic - Nathan Drake
Famed female archeologist Lara Croft is back for gamers to appreciate her origins in a stunning third-person adventure.
The holiday season is a good time to catch up with old friends. If you're an Xbox fan, you're probably getting reacquainted with galactic warrior Master Chief in his new adventure, "Halo 4." If you're a Nintendophile, you're probably frolicking with Mario on your new Wii U.
Sony's PS Vita manages to incorporate about every innovation from its competitors and PSP predecessors into one handheld entertainment system that is nothing short of brilliant as a niche tech gadget, but …
In the finest traditions of Lara Croft and Indiana Jones, Nathan Drake returns for his third adventure on the PlayStation 3 to deliver even more big-budget, third-person action.