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Sony NZ launches online Uncharted 2 treasure hunt

13 Oct 2009

To celebrate the release of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves on PlayStation 3, Sony New Zealand is running an online treasure hunt with a raft of prizes to be won. Uncharted 2Beginning this Wednesday, October 14th, participants must keep their eyes peeled for clues after first finding the official Nathan Drake NZ page on www.facebook.com and signing up as a fan.From here you’ll need to collect clues and solve puzzles before eventually completing Drake’s quiz. The higher your score in the final quiz, the better your chances of taking out the major prize draw.The winner of the major prize draw gets their choice of a set of newly minted Uncharted 2 gold coins or a Sony home entertainment system consisting of a Sony Bravia TV, Sony home theatre system, one of the new 120GB PS3 consoles and a stash of Sony Pictures Blu-ray movies and PlayStation 3 games.Additionally, there will be ongoing challenge prizes and spot prizes awarded to astute treasure hunters, including copies of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, exclusive PlayStation and Uncharted 2 merchandise, Sony Ericsson W705 phones, a Sony S Series Cybershot camera featuring facial recognition, a Sony Video Walkman featuring in-built speakers, music courtesy of Sony Music , SKY City movie passes, and a range of Sony Pictures Blu-ray movies.The first person to complete the quiz will also win a PS3.Here’s your first clue . Happy hunting! Keep an eye out for Game Console’s full review of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves in the November issue of NetGuide/Game Console.

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