Uncharted 2, Tekken 6, And Street Fighter 4 are Coming Home

on October 21, 2009 1:24 PM

Ah, Playstation Home, an online haven packed with the PSN’s elite groups of virgins, online predators, and digital transvestites will now be adding new themed areas from 3 very popular franchises. We’ve heard rumblings about these 3 areas before but those promises are now coming into fruition. The Uncharted 2 area, will not be a spin-off this time around like sully’s Bar from the original Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune home space, instead you will be hanging out in a village in nepal, one of the areas that is actually found in the game. There will be stuff to actually do  and games to play while in the home space (other than harrass the female population, you know who you are out there).

“Treasure hunters will be driven to the Mask Mayhem questing mini-game where you must search throughout the village to assemble the scattered remnants of an ancient Ganesh mask (which, upon completion, miraculously appears in your Wardrobe). Adventurers that pride themselves on their agility will love the challenge presented by the Torch Race, and will revel in getting their PSN IDs plastered on the game’s leaderboard. Action addicts with a penchant for strategy will be engrossed by the Fortunate Thieves card battle game where players will seek out treasure on maps that are fully dynamic (with weather and terrain effects,) all while using the expandable card pack to thwart one another with a bevy of treacherous tricks.”

On the Street Fighter IV and Tekken 6 side of things, not much was discussed besides the fact that each space will provide the ability for SSIV and Tekken 6 brawlers to hook up and launch right into fights. There will also be 25 alternative SSIV costumes available  as well. Check out the video below for a complete walkthrough of the Uncharted 2 space by Playstation Home Director Jack Buser, and maybe I’ll see you all in Home. In case you guys are looking for me, I’ll be the guy trying to talk a cross-dressing Chun-Li to come back to my bachelor pad.

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Joel Taveras is one of the founding members of DualShockers. He hails from New York City where he lives with his wife and two sons. During his tenure with the site, he's held every position from news writer to community manager to editor in chief. Currently he manages the behind the scenes and day-to-day operations at the publication.
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