A game by the name of Uncharted: Fight for Fortune has been classified by the Australian Classification Board, Player Attack discovered today.
The listing is for a multi-platform Uncharted game published by Sony Computer Entertainment and developed by an L.A.-based studio, One Loop Games, which was founded by the former senior vice president and studio head of Sony Online Entertainment and the former technical director of SOE.
One Loop Games lists two "secret" projects on its website and says that the studio focuses on developing games for mobile, online social networks, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.
The classification, which is dated Nov. 5, states that the game is multi-platform (most games are submitted as multi-platform to save distributors from re-submitting a game for classification in case the platform changes), made in the U.S. and classified G for a General Audience (suitable for everyone). Under Australian law all games that wish to be sold in the country must first be classified by the Classification Board.
We have contacted the developers for comment. The lead image of this post is from Uncharted 3.
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