We've got 14 Uncharted 2 beta keys for ya!

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Sony’s running an Uncharted 2 multiplayer beta until June 29. Want in? Winning a key to PS3’s hottest sequel this side of God of War III is remarkably easy. First, re-acquaint yourself with the six minute gameplay demo that rocked our bitter, weary faces…

… and tell us the coolest, most interesting thing you saw or noticed about the gameplay. Maybe it’s something obvious, maybe it’s a nuance other people aren’t picking up on – who knows. The 14 we like best win the Uncharted 2 beta keys.

Winners will be announced Monday via private message to their GamesRadar account, and mentioned again in next week’s TalkRadar podcast.

Enter below!

Oh, and a little something for the lawyers.

Jun 5, 2009


  • phoenix_wings - June 8, 2009 10:19 p.m.

    I won! Hooray! Thanks Gamesradar! And the code works too up here in Canada. It'll be only an hour's download away! Awesome!
  • Crashdown1 - June 8, 2009 9:02 p.m.

    Is it just me or have they added hair physics? It looked like his hair was blowing in the wind from the helicopter.
  • CoD_22 - June 8, 2009 8:21 p.m.

    i'm in the uk do you reckon that could be to do with it? i definitely entered it right i'm ssssooooo annoyed lol
  • CoD_22 - June 8, 2009 6:39 p.m.

    i won! i won! but the code doesnt work! noooooo!!!! recaptcha: irish chef lol
  • oscarpiggy - June 8, 2009 5:56 p.m.

    when he slid down the rail and the gun sparked and the helicopter looked like a real helicopter the movable cover the invinsible couch and other stuff the fire from the explosions never kept burning the house falling looked awsome it lookes bloody amazing ps: weren't you supposed to get a beta key with inFamous
  • wdarvin - June 8, 2009 4:56 p.m.

    Two things that I thought were impressive. First, the scale of the game. In this footage we see just how big and full of detail the game really is. Second, I love seeing things move in the environment. Specifically, when the chopper was raining down lead over Nathan's head just after he zip lined to another building, you see the trees/plants waving back and forth as bullets whiz by. That to me, shows the great amount of detail that went into this game.
  • Mromson - June 8, 2009 6:58 a.m.

    Regardless of how you swing it, the most remarkable and stunning thing about this glorious gameplay video are the ascetics of the background. No matter where you swing the camera, you're either met with lush green mountain forests over the sunshine, or bombarded beautiful colors from the fantastic city design. That is, when you're not busy being hunted down my a vicious helicopter with guns of the size of your body. This is certainly not one of your average action / shooter / adventure game, with everything within the environment being alive and wonderfully destructible. It will simply be a thrill like no other, playing this game when it comes out. - Mromson PS: If I win the Beta Key, I'll send everyone free Cookies! (Bribery works here, right?)
  • cowjomonkey - June 8, 2009 6:40 a.m.

    Cleary, DA BEST MUTHATRUCKIN thang about Uncharted 2 (more like Cumcharted 2, amirite?) is that there are no pirates. Seriously bro, after beating the last game 5 times, I wanted to go to Somalia and find random families and apologize for their pirate losses. Also, the flags above the pool at the very beginning are like "teh amazing sauces". It's all immersive and sheet. Also 2.0, at 2:36 Drake hella headshots that fool and its really tight. Also Natal Edition, at 1:43 Drake is trying to move to the corner of the wall, but that lady is in his way, but she moves around him. So its all good and she doesn't have to go into the kitchen and make sammiches. I haven't seen that in a game before, and it's just another one of Naughty Dog's brilliant details that will push Uncharted 2 into the the top of the GOTY category...too bad MW2 will win tho.
  • chazz69 - June 8, 2009 6:28 a.m.

    Everything from the amazing sound to the attention to detail makes this a must buy title. But the best thing has to be the seamless non-stop action.
  • super2j - June 8, 2009 3:02 a.m.

    I love this games camera, its standard 3rd view when the player is using it but when the game takes it over (usually during platforming) you see these movie-like camera working that emphasize the action movie feel but my favourite thing is the views the camera shows (0:23, best example in above vid). They show off how beautiful a game can be.
  • gunn12 - June 8, 2009 1:37 a.m.

    The animations of the dirty laundry moving on the rooftops and the plants flickering because of the wind that the helicopter is making is amazing and something I taught was impossible. I really wanna know though, where does Drake get those bullet proof t-shirts?
  • gomes95 - June 8, 2009 12:39 a.m.

    to me...the most stunning part of this game is the mountain scenery in the background. If you can take a minute to look at them, they look pretty darn realistic.
  • Randomnumba - June 8, 2009 12:27 a.m.

    i like how the girl can do everything drake can but better and faster. also how drake shoots through a barrel at 1:46. otherwise this looks amazing.
  • futeboller14 - June 7, 2009 10:13 p.m.

    game looks cool. NOW GIMME THE CODE!!
  • yeyeman9 - June 7, 2009 8:58 p.m.

    I think the most outstanding thing about this game is the action aspect to it. This seems like finally the kind of game that will work as a suspense/action movie works: it will keep you on the edge of your sit! It looks intense and fascinating. You don't seem to catch a break for a simple second! And I think that is the most amazing and interesting thing. Also, another thing I really liked, is how the characters feel real. Not only because of how they move or how they look, but because of the voice acting. The voice acting is there while playing and it makes sense to the scene, not some random fact or BS.
  • Alaska - June 7, 2009 7:46 p.m.

    PS I might add that all of you in the gamesradar offices are devilishly goodlooking.
  • epicdominican91 - June 7, 2009 6:49 p.m.

    I love how reminiscent of jak and daxter this game looks. there's just something about it that reminds me of naughty dog's previous escapades.
  • TheBeast - June 7, 2009 6:11 p.m.

    As in the first game, I love how Nolan North brings his character Nathan Drake to life with his humorous and sarcastic style. I think it just adds to the movie-like experience of the game, with all the over-the-top, cinematic, action sequences seen in these four short minutes. I can only imagine what the final polished game will be like.
  • Mateus7 - June 7, 2009 3:32 p.m.

    This gameplay looks amazing! One cool little detail I noticed was at one point while Nate was fighting in the building. When the elevator comes up and you hear the bell, a couple of enemies come out of it. One enemies proceeds to kick a rolling chair and it realitically rolls forward. It was a simple detail, but made it that much more realistic.
  • krakatoa2012 - June 7, 2009 3:30 p.m.

    i like the whole realism aspect like the first time the chopper blows the wall down how nate pushes the desk over it's like what a real person would do another thing is the graphics when the chopper knocked those buildings down i like how some of the broken wood just falls away or at the beginning how the bricks acutally fell off the building it looks so real

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