UNCHARTED 4 reviewed for the PS4
Nathan Drakes last adventure is amazing, filled with moments that’ll make you sit back and smile.
It all started in November of 2007, when the first Uncharted game burst onto the PlayStation gaming landscape. Ever since then the Uncharted series has gone from strength to strength, marking them a PlayStation marquee title, accumulating in Uncharted 4.
The Uncharted series has remained pretty static throughout all four outings. Your character, Nathan Drake is your standard Indiana Jones archetype, a treasure hunter who globetrots around the world, looking for adventure.
This game is just plain fun, besides playing the main campaign there’s just so much to see and do. You’ll feel a real connection to each character, and you’ll relate to them on an emotional level, not seen in other games like this.
Uncharted 4 is the most graphically impressive game you can buy at the moment; everything about it just screams quality.
The characters look amazing; every detail has been painstakingly brought to life. The game world is lush and will grab your attention like no other game can. When Nathan dives into a lake and climbs back out again his clothes stay wet, and when he falls over in the mud, his clothes stay muddy. Little details like this bring the world he lives in to life, and really made me take notice.
Sound and music for Uncharted 4 is amazing; the music is punchy and really sets every scene in the game. Voices are well acted and believable for each character.
There really isn’t anything more I can say, the graphics really show off the power of the console, and sound is just spot on. Uncharted 4 gives Nathan Drake and co the send off they really deserves.
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