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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS4)
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- Embark on Nathan Drake's greatest adventure in a globe-trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure.
- Evolved mechanics give players many fresh approaches to gameplay, including new rope and grappling mechanics, added climbing moves and equipment, and seamless fluidity between melee, stealth, and combat.
- Varied and richly detailed environments open up with multiple navigation paths to encourage exploration.
- For the first time in Uncharted history, drive vehicles during gameplay to make big moments even more spectacular and interactive.
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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard UK Edition
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Uncharted comes to the PlayStation 4.
Several years after his last adventure, retired fortune hunter, Nathan Drake, is forced back into the world of thieves. With the stakes much more personal, Drake embarks on a globe-trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure. His greatest adventure will test his physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he's willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
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Every Treasure Has Its Price
Several years after his last adventure, retired fortune hunter Nathan Drake is forced back into the world of thieves. With the stakes much more personal, Drake embarks on his greatest adventure in a globe-trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure. Every treasure has its cost and this adventure will test Drake’s physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he’s willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
Next-Gen Blockbuster Adventure
UNCHARTED 4 ushers in a more cinematic experience on the PS4 system with real-time cut scenes and new character animations to highlight Naughty Dog’s signature storytelling.
Evolved mechanics give players many fresh approaches to gameplay, including new rope and grappling mechanics, added climbing moves and equipment, and seamless fluidity between melee, stealth, and combat.
For the first time in UNCHARTED history, drive vehicles during gameplay to make big moments even more spectacular and interactive.
New Multiplayer Features
Harness some of the well-known supernatural elements from the Uncharted games to aid your team in attaining victory.
Sidekicks are another loadout option, which spawns an NPC ally, each with a unique skill to help you or your teammates along. Sidekicks will earn you cash as they fulfill their role.
Leverage the environment to take out characters from above.
Top Customer Reviews
Uncharted 4, simply put, reminds us why Naughty Dog are unrivaled in storytelling. U4 is actually written by The Last Of Us lead designer and director, Neil Druckman and it shows. Story, acting, direction and gameplay are all top draw. It's a slow starter, explaining to us what Nate has been up to in the last few years since his last outing. He's settled down and paying his taxes. But once the action really begins, it's Uncharted revamped, fully pumped and ready to get the treasure. Graphically it's been said this is the best looking game on the console (I have to say I still think that one goes to The Order 1886, despite the negatives that game produced, visually it's outstanding) Uncharted 4 sure is a stunning looker.Read more ›
This is the first game I have owned on the PS4 that really makes me think that this is a genuine next gen game, the graphics are simply stunning. Everything from the backdrops, the character movements, the animations and the cutscenes all show that it is a breathtaking masterpiece that could not really be done justice on the last gen machines.
Gameplay is very similar to all previous Uncharted games, which is not a bad thing as previous players get an instant feel of the game mechanics. If you have never played an Uncharted game before, then you can still play as there are hints galore along the way to help. If you are unsure of what to do or where to go, you get hints to help you, so everyone can progress through the story.
There are 3 new things that you can do in this game, which you learn early on. You can slide down steep slopes like roofs and mud slopes, and can steer somewhat to get where you want to go. You have a grappling Hook so that you can throw the rope to attach to poles and branches to swing from one place to the other, pull yourself up, lower yourself down or ties it to something and pull it. The other new thing is a sneak attack, where you hide in tall grass and bushes, and as enemies come near you grab and pull them down - I like trying to do levels without being seen or firing a single shot.Read more ›
If you have not played an Uncharted game before you will need to play the original three games to really appreciate A Thief's End. Don't worry though as the original games are now available on the PS4 in HD, and all three are pretty amazing in their own right. For those familiar with the series Uncharted 4 deliberately treads a lot of familiar ground. Old characters are reintroduced, old adventures are referenced and there are some quite emotional scenes with characters who now feel like old friends. As with previous Uncharted games the acting and the often interactive cut scenes are of the highest quality, making it feel like you are part of an action adventure film rather than a character in a game.
This episode introduces a new character, Nathan's brother Sam, and reveals the beginning of his adventuring career. This idea of flashbacks have been used before in previous Uncharted games, but while this is a common storytelling method in movies I found it something of an unnecessary distraction in this game. Unfortunately I did not like Sam Drake at all, finding him irritating and obnoxious throughout. This was not helped by the fact that the AI was fairly useless during fights, doing little more than getting in the way.
The gameplay is typical of previous Uncharted games with plenty of exploring and gunfights. Despite larger and more open environments to traverse I found a lot of the exploring to be extremely contrived.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing story line, graphics, cut scenes, voice acting everything. Great sequel. Highly recommend.Published 15 hours ago by Zac Kirstein
Iam giving this game 5 stars because of the awesome cutscence and characters I love the uncharted franchise it's one of the best adventure games of all time along with tomb raider... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Nice graphics, sure. But the actual "game" gets boring very fast. The odd stealth encounters are ok I suppose, quite repetitive though, and how your companion doesn't get... Read morePublished 1 day ago by A. Duncan
Great game but a little short for the price tag, finished first playthrough in under 12 hours.Published 1 day ago by Co-bugs