Brazilian Let’s Play Uncharted Drake’s Fortune Remaster | Chapter 6 Unlocking The Past | Part 8

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My episode #8 of the Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune! Don’t forget to check it out and comment on what you liked or on anything else! Don’t forget to give a like and subscribe as well!
Nathan Drake exits the under-chambers of the fortress and finds himself in a courtyard, at the base of a large tower. Noticing that the same tower has been drawn on the map that he recovered from the u-boat, he scales the tower’s outer walls, and inside uncovers a set of keys that allow him to proceed further into the fortress. Inside, he finds an English helmet and swords, alongside a message that reads, “Fletcher, we have gone to the great tower. I pray that you will meet us there. -Francis Drake.” The message is accompanied by a drawing of the tower, and a map leading to it.
It dawns on him that Francis Drake may never have made it off the island. He also notices Elena Fisher, who is standing near the base of the tower, filming the same sight across the harbor. Two of Eddy Raja’s pirates, armed with an M79 grenade launcher, sneak up to a ledge behind her and prepare to kill her. Nate opens fire on them, and they turn and fire at him instead. The resulting blast destroys a portion of the tower and knocks Nate unconscious.
He is awoken in a jail cell by Elena, who is throwing stones in at him through the barred window. She informs him that it will just take a tug to pull the bars out, and disappears as Eddy Raja enters the jailhouse, carrying Nate’s map. Eddy tells Nate that his men are dying, and that they “can’t even go outside to take a piss without an armed guard.” She uses the jeep to rip the back wall out of the cell, and as Eddy stares in shock, Nate grabs the map from his hands and escapes through the wall. He climbs into the jeep and the two drive into the jungle, pursued by Raja’s men.
The plane is shot down mid-air, separating Nate from Elena when they parachute out. He tracks her to an old fort controlled by Eddy, who traps him and demands that he help him find the treasure. Elena arrives in a stolen jeep and breaks him out, but they are unable to outrun Eddy’s men. Stalling for time, Nate manages to drive the jeep over a cliff and into a lake surrounding the colony’s port. Tired, injured, and grieving Sully’s death, Nate decides to give up and return home. Elena convinces him to see Drake’s work through, and the two work together to reach the crumbling customs house, where Nate is able to trace the statue to an inland monastery. While on reconnaissance, they discover that Roman has also found the statue with help from the supposedly-dead Sully.
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.
Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.
Disclaimer: I didn’t make this game. Uncharted is a Naughty Dog series. It is owned by SONY. I merely made a Let’s Play or commented walkthrough of the game.
I made this Let’s Play or Walkthrough for my own enjoyment. The fact that I monetize is just a motivation. I tried to include something new into the Let’s Play by playing it in English with a Brazilian Portuguese accent.
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is one of the best games for the PS3 and Nathan Drake is a great main character. Stay tuned for more Let’s Play videos!

Brazilian Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Remaster | Chapter 5 The Fortress | Part 7

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Brazilian Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Remaster | Chapter 5 The Fortress | Part 7
My seventh episode of the Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune! Don’t forget to check it out and comment on what you liked or on anything else! Don’t forget to give a like and subscribe as well!
Nathan Drake scales the outer walls of the fortress before breaking in through one of its windows. He finds himself inside the fortress walls, but outside the building itself, stuck in its many outer courtyards. He fights through waves of Eddy Raja’s pirates as he searches for Elena Fisher, and makes his way toward a small ruined tower that her parachute is hanging off. Upon arriving, he finds the parachute harness empty. However, he glimpses Elena filming out through one of the upper windows. Looking for a way up to her, he enters the flooded chambers beneath the fortress and pushes his way forward, again fighting through large groups of pirates.
The plane is shot down mid-air, separating Nate from Elena when they parachute out. He tracks her to an old fort controlled by Eddy, who traps him and demands that he help him find the treasure. Elena arrives in a stolen jeep and breaks him out, but they are unable to outrun Eddy’s men. Stalling for time, Nate manages to drive the jeep over a cliff and into a lake surrounding the colony’s port. Tired, injured, and grieving Sully’s death, Nate decides to give up and return home. Elena convinces him to see Drake’s work through, and the two work together to reach the crumbling customs house, where Nate is able to trace the statue to an inland monastery. While on reconnaissance, they discover that Roman has also found the statue with help from the supposedly-dead Sully. While in pursuit, Elena falls through a bridge and reluctantly discards her camera so that Nate can save her. Nate subsequently catches up to Sully and accuses him of betrayal, to which Sully reveals that he was only pretending to help, having survived Roman’s bullet by using the notebook as a shield.
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.
Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.
Disclaimer: I didn’t make this game. Uncharted is a Naughty Dog series. It is owned by SONY. I merely made a Let’s Play or commented walkthrough of the game.
I made this Let’s Play or Walkthrough for my own enjoyment. The fact that I monetize is just a motivation. I tried to include something new into the Let’s Play by playing it in English with a Brazilian Portuguese accent.
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is one of the best games for the PS3 and Nathan Drake is a great main character. Stay tuned for more Let’s Play videos!

Brazilian Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune | Plane Wrecked | Part 5

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My fifth episode of the Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.

Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher are travelling in Victor Sullivan’s plane to an uncharted island in the South Pacific; the location marked on the map that Nate discovered inside the U-boat and supposed location of the El Dorado statue. Elena films their approach with her camera, recording for a new episode of her show. Without warning, they are hit by an anti-aircraft fire which destroys one of their engines. Nate tells Elena that they must bail out, and to look for parachutes while he desperately tries to keep control of the plummeting plane. Elena finds two parachutes. She jumps, with Nate telling her that he will be right behind. In his hurry to get off the plane, he leaves the map behind. He jumps and opens his parachute, only to discover that it has been pierced and has a hole in it. He plummets to the jungle below.

Nate awakens to find himself dangling from a statue, still strapped into his parachute. He cuts himself loose and ventures into the jungle, heading towards the distant column of smoke rising from the wreck of his plane. Following several gunfights with Eddy Raja’s pirates, he eventually finds the front end of the plane in an encampment and is relieved to see that the map is still in one piece. He also discovers that several spike traps have been set throughout the jungle, which impale anyone unlucky enough to trigger them. Navigating through the jungle, and around these traps, he arrives at the wall of a large fortress, and with no other way in other than up the walls, he starts climbing.

Source: http://uncharted.wikia.com/wiki/Chapter_4_-_Plane-wrecked

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.

Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.

Disclaimer: I didn’t make this game. Uncharted is a Naughty Dog series. It is owned by SONY. I merely made a Let’s Play or commented walkthrough of the game.

I made this Let’s Play or Walkthrough for my own enjoyment. The fact that I monetize is just a motivation. I tried to include something new into the Let’s Play by playing it in English with a Brazilian Portuguese accent.

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is one of the best games for the PS3 and Nathan Drake is a great main character. Stay tuned for more Let’s Play videos!

Brazilian Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune | Plane Wrecked | Part 4

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My fourth episode of the Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.

Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher are travelling in Victor Sullivan’s plane to an uncharted island in the South Pacific; the location marked on the map that Nate discovered inside the U-boat and supposed location of the El Dorado statue. Elena films their approach with her camera, recording for a new episode of her show. Without warning, they are hit by an anti-aircraft fire which destroys one of their engines. Nate tells Elena that they must bail out, and to look for parachutes while he desperately tries to keep control of the plummeting plane. Elena finds two parachutes. She jumps, with Nate telling her that he will be right behind. In his hurry to get off the plane, he leaves the map behind. He jumps and opens his parachute, only to discover that it has been pierced and has a hole in it. He plummets to the jungle below.

Nate awakens to find himself dangling from a statue, still strapped into his parachute. He cuts himself loose and ventures into the jungle, heading towards the distant column of smoke rising from the wreck of his plane. Following several gunfights with Eddy Raja’s pirates, he eventually finds the front end of the plane in an encampment and is relieved to see that the map is still in one piece. He also discovers that several spike traps have been set throughout the jungle, which impale anyone unlucky enough to trigger them. Navigating through the jungle, and around these traps, he arrives at the wall of a large fortress, and with no other way in other than up the walls, he starts climbing.

Source: http://uncharted.wikia.com/wiki/Chapter_4_-_Plane-wrecked

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.

Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.

Disclaimer: I didn’t make this game. Uncharted is a Naughty Dog series. It is owned by SONY. I merely made a Let’s Play or commented walkthrough of the game.

I made this Let’s Play or Walkthrough for my own enjoyment. The fact that I monetize is just a motivation. I tried to include something new into the Let’s Play by playing it in English with a Brazilian Portuguese accent.

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is one of the best games for the PS3 and Nathan Drake is a great main character. Stay tuned for more Let’s Play videos!

Ep. 2 of Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Brazilian Style Is Out!

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Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.

Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.

Episode #1 of Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Brazilian Style! Check it Out!

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Episode #1 of Let’s Play Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Brazilian Style! Check it Out!

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune is a 2007 action-adventure platform video game developed by Naughty Dog, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for PlayStation 3. It is the first game in the Uncharted series. Combining action-adventure and platforming elements with a third-person perspective, the game charts the journey of protagonist Nathan Drake, supposed descendant of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, as he seeks the lost treasure of El Dorado, with the help of journalist Elena Fisher and mentor Victor Sullivan.

Treasure hunter Nathan Drake recovers the coffin of the explorer Sir Francis Drake, his ancestor, from the ocean floor off the coast of Panama, using coordinates inscribed on Drake’s ring in Nate’s possession. He is assisted by journalist Elena Fisher, who is there to record the events for a documentary. However, the coffin contains only a diary written by Sir Francis, pointing to the location of El Dorado, the fabled city of gold which he had sought, proving that he faked his death as Nate originally believed. After their boat is destroyed by a band of pirates who have been tracking Nate, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, Nate’s friend and partner, rescues them; he and Nate ditch Elena in order to covertly travel into the Amazon and find El Dorado, where they discover clues that it is in fact a large gold statue, and that it was removed long ago by Spanish Conquistadors. Searching further, Nate and Sully discover a long-abandoned Kriegsmarine U-boat containing a missing page from the Drake diary that points to a southern tropic island in the Pacific where the statue was likely taken.

From Days 195 to 219: Sorry I forgot to write here for almost a month

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The truth this is becoming a burden to me. I liked writing here in the beginning every day, but not anymore. Anyhow, I will stick to my promise of covering all days.

These past many days have been marked by the Spring Break. I gotta tell you I stayed at Alexander until the last day. I went to bed pretty late and didn’t want to wake up early. The hall closing time was at 10 AM. A woman passed by all rooms, knocking on all doors and woke me up at 8 AM. I went to bed at around 3 AM, so I didn’t get a lot of sleep that day. After waking up, packing up everything to go to King Village felt like a race. I didn’t rush it, but I was worried of leaving after 10 AM. I sure as hell didn’t want to get locked inside or having to pay more for the extra minutes I stayed here. Nevertheless, I managed to get out more than 30 min before closing time. Getting to King Village took around 30 min and it was tiresome. My bags were heavy. I had to suitable places for everything, including the PS4 and the headsets, which I consider fragile (games, controller, etc, as well).

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When I got to King Village, I knew I was gonna love that place and miss it. When I got to the main office, I had to call someone to get me my key because there was no one there. I got into the room and soon found out that besides having a kitchen, it was (almost) fully equipped. There were glasses, pots and pans, forks, knives, spoons, etc. The only missing there was a pressure cooker, but I didn’t mind not having it too much because they sell cooked beans at Food Lion (they call them Pinto Beans). After leaving everything in the room, I went to Food Lion to buy all the food I would need to cook lunch and dinner, as well as having breakfast in the morning. But since it was late and I hadn’t had breakfast, I went to Bojangles to get myself lunch. Honestly, I will never understand why people here like that place so much. Their food is nothing better than average and their fries are way too salty. But anyway, I enjoyed buying food at Food Lion. It was nice figuring out what I was going to need to cook rice.

I also had to wash my clothes since I was so worried about not having enough time to do it at Alexander that I put dirty clothes in the main bag. It was a busy day and I had time to play at night only (gosh, do I miss having to worry about playing only during those days). Good thing it was rest day from the gym and I didn’t have to go there as well, since thank goodness it was open during the Break. I played GTA with my friend that night, but went to bed pretty early because I was tired as fuck.

I cooked rice that day for an official, first time cooking rice it was okay. Put too much water, but I liked it. Much better than the steamed rice I have here sometimes at Fountain. Cooked sausage links, made myself lettuce (with the proper seasonings, that is, salt, oil and lemon, although there was no lemon at Food Lion and I had to buy some kind of crystallized lemon, which was expensive, but totally worth it, to put in the salad). I also bought Orange Tang to make juices, and for breakfast I got grape jelly, bread buns, low fat white milk and chocolate milk, and corn flakes. I love my everyday breakfast I have and didn’t want to get something different. There was a machine to make coffee, but as of I now I prefer that to making my own coffee. I wouldn’t have french bread since it’s pretty nonexistent around these parts.

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The next few days were comprised of enjoying myself, pretty much. Waking up from an awesome bed that’s double the size of the one I have at Alexander, peace and tranquility all day long, going to an almost empty gym, making my own dinner and lunch, playing Resident Evil 5 with my friend at night, trying to playing GTA V… good times, good times indeed. I love King Village and if I could, I would return there, unfortunately, that was my first and only time there.

The last days there were sad ones. Knowing I would have to get back to this favela sucked. Sucked even more than knowing I would have classes again. However, I spent all my time there only on things I like. It was very relaxing. And did I forget to mention I left my mechanical pencil in the dirty clothes when putting them in the washing machine and dryer? It completely destroyed it and it is about $8. I will never let that happen again, for sure! In the grand scheme of things, though, it was just a minor annoyance. I quickly forgot it hahahahah

Before the Break I had some Snow Days and tests. The tests were alright and I miss the Snow Days, since it’s Spring time already. I made a snowman in the last snow day and a snow angel, although the latter didn’t turn out just they way I had hoped hahahaha

Anyway, this first new week at Alexander has been just like I imagined it would be. Full of favelados making barulhos e cachorrada all the time.

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