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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, This Action Video Game by Sony Revolves Around Hinduism and Adventure

Previously, the Uncharted series has combined elements both from religion and history including Buddhism

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  • The Lost Legacy is an action video game designed by Naughty Dog and announced by Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • The game especially centers on Hinduism and the surrounding mythology
  • The Lost Legacy pairs together two strong female leads

New Delhi, August 23, 2017: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is an action video game designed by Naughty Dog and announced by Sony Interactive Entertainment. While researching on the story, the authors especially centered on Hinduism and the encompassing mythology. As indicated in the game, there lies an ancient artifact called the ‘Tusk of Ganesh,’ a fake mythological item attached to Lord Ganesh, hidden deep within the Western Ghats.

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Previously, the Uncharted series has combined elements both from religion and history, including Buddhism.

The Lost Legacy pairs together two strong female leads. Chloe is an Indian-Australian with a sharp smile and a lot of tricks. Also, there is Nadine, a dangerous fighter who made a debut in A Thief’s End.


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