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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Style Name: A Thief's End (PS4)
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.
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The graphics are truly gorgeous and you feel like the enire game is one cinematic experience, as cut-scenes seamlessly merge into gameplay. Not only that, but the gameplay is immensely fun! My wife watched me play the entire game and also loved it! The story and narrative keeps you gripped and I enjoyed the company of AI characters on this adventure.
I am now playing Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, just to catch-up on a bit of the back stort. If you haven't already played this game, I throughly recommend it. My only regret is not playing this almost 2 years ago!
But again the exploring is merely 'good', albeit quite fun. Some stages did drag on for a very long time though, early in the game you find yourself in some catacombs under a cathedral and believe me, you will be jumping from rock to rock to precipice for a long long time. Far too long actually, I do enjoy clambering around but when these sections stretch on for 20-30 minutes (which they often did) it just becomes a bore. There are driving bits in the game which are, again, 'good' - they are fun, I like them, but this very linear take on video games just feels a little bit dated. So many sprawling masterpieces have been released since Uncharted originally came into existence and Uncharted 4 barely differs from the first couple of games at all even though they are probably a decade old. I am an absolute advocate of linear games, obviously many of the best games ever are linear, but this just isn't a phenomenal formula anymore. Back in the PS3 days, yeah I get it, but this is far from being a 10 out of 10 game today in my opinion. There are just too many cliches that have been flogged too hard for too long: Drake leaping for a ledge only for it to crumble as his sidekick grabs his arm and hauls him up, a wooden bridge collapsing as you walk over it, enemies showing up in locations that they couldn't possibly have known etc. The story is sort of fun and is extremely well acted but is crammed with small plot holes that just niggle.
However despite my many complaints I recommend this game because it is enjoyable. Its a bit dumb, the formula is getting very old, but it is worth a try. I don't think this game deserves the adulation that it gets at all, but there you go.
Upon delivery I saw the game was shrink wrapped with the PS4 pull band around the bottom (which is always a great feeling to rip off). But was very disappointed when I saw I got a big 'Not To Be Sold Seperately' yellow box on the front of the case!
AND also that this is some European copy and has French, Spanish and Arabic plastered all over the front & back cover, where there should be stills from the game. As well as the manual inside.
The fact it made a weird noise in my PS4 Pro (which has never happened before as it's in mint condition) taking much longer than usual to load the main menu was also a cause for concern.
Really shoddy when you've paid for 'Brand New' and from a company with a 98% customer satisfaction reviews (EVERGAME) But being an EU and not a UK copy that has clearly been pulled out of a console bundle as it should 'not be sold seperately' is pretty gash!
I know this may seem like knit picking and I'm not a negative reviewer myself but if I wanted the game clogged up with 3 languages ruining the cover and insides, I would have gone to CEX.
Sending back and ordered a new copy from another seller.
I've heard great things about The Last of Us, also by Naughty Dog and I can't wait to play that either now.
If you haven't played this game, buy it.