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Snoopy said:
badgenome said:

Off the top of my head it seems like Uncharted has had very little real platforming. Holding the stick toward the next ledge and pushing a button to move to it is really just a more complicated version of walking.

Uncharted 2 had a lot of gameplay, but Uncharted 4 not too imo. A lot of scripted events and not a whole lot of shooting sections. 

Dudee stop please come on.. Uc4 is twice longer than Uc2 and 4 acutally dialled the set pieces down and focused more on exploration,platforming and puzzle solving i don't understand where are you getting this from??  I finished Uc4 on my first playthrough in 19 hours that's like Gears 1 and 2 combined i don't think you even played Uc4 :/ 



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Uncharted stands out in the way it incorporates cinematic elements in its gameplay sections. Most other games resort to cutscenes whereas in Uncharted you're playing as the boat is sinking and filling up with water or when you're propelled out of a plane or when you're fighting enemies in a collapsing building or when you're being dragged in the mud by a speeding truck. Calling Uncharted cinematic and shoving off its gameplay is simply ignorant. There's nothing fantastic about the climbing though expect the addition of the grappling hook in Uncharted 4.



Slade6alpha said:
Goatseye said:

Few? LOL. Gears, ReCore, Quantum Break, FH3, all first party.

We can also add the likes of Sunset Overdrive, Cuphead, and Ori. 

I'm not sure I understand.  Those count but not Alienation?  Bloodborne?  Bound, Driveclub, Fat Princess?  Gran Turismo?  Gravity Rush?  HotShots Golf?  MLB: The Show?  Nioh?  Dead Nation?  LBP, Resogun, Super Stardust?  Helldivers?

Yeah, it's a misleading argument that only works if you close one eye and pretend.



Snoopy said:
badgenome said:

Off the top of my head it seems like Uncharted has had very little real platforming. Holding the stick toward the next ledge and pushing a button to move to it is really just a more complicated version of walking.

Uncharted 2 had a lot of gameplay, but Uncharted 4 not too imo. A lot of scripted events and not a whole lot of shooting sections. 

You know whats funny? Uncharted 4 actually has fewer gunfights than uncharted 2...... strange innit?

Slade6alpha said:
Bandorr said:

Don't forget Scalebound.. oh wait.

Guerrilla Cambridge is making it... oh wait. 

Kinda silly using that as a comeback... at least guerilla cambridge FINISHED and released their game.  When is scalebound releasing again?



pokoko said:
Slade6alpha said:

We can also add the likes of Sunset Overdrive, Cuphead, and Ori. 

I'm not sure I understand.  Those count but not Alienation?  Bloodborne?  Bound, Driveclub, Fat Princess?  Gran Turismo?  Gravity Rush?  HotShots Golf?  MLB: The Show?  Nioh?  Dead Nation?  LBP, Resogun, Super Stardust?  Helldivers?

Yeah, it's a misleading argument that only works if you close one eye and pretend.

Well I was just adding that because the other guy added Dragon quest, and Ni No Kuni, but whatever. Pretty sure MS owns Ori though... so...




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pokoko said:
Slade6alpha said:

We can also add the likes of Sunset Overdrive, Cuphead, and Ori. 

I'm not sure I understand.  Those count but not Alienation?  Bloodborne?  Bound, Driveclub, Fat Princess?  Gran Turismo?  Gravity Rush?  HotShots Golf?  MLB: The Show?  Nioh?  Dead Nation?  LBP, Resogun, Super Stardust?  Helldivers?

Yeah, it's a misleading argument that only works if you close one eye and pretend.

Aww man i can't believe i forgot to add Gravity Rush and the upcoming Nioh :O 



Intrinsic said:
Snoopy said:

Uncharted 2 had a lot of gameplay, but Uncharted 4 not too imo. A lot of scripted events and not a whole lot of shooting sections. 

You know whats funny? Uncharted 4 actually has fewer gunfights than uncharted 2...... strange innit?

Slade6alpha said:

Guerrilla Cambridge is making it... oh wait. 

Kinda silly using that as a comeback... at least guerilla cambridge FINISHED and released their game.  When is scalebound releasing again?

Was more along a retailiation to his obvious bait comment, but whatever; harp on semantics. 




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pokoko said:

I'm not sure I understand.  Those count but not Alienation?  Bloodborne?  Bound, Driveclub, Fat Princess?  Gran Turismo?  Gravity Rush?  HotShots Golf?  MLB: The Show?  Nioh?  Dead Nation?  LBP, Resogun, Super Stardust?  Helldivers?

Yeah, it's a misleading argument that only works if you close one eye and pretend.

You're all forgetting Ryse!



Boutros said:

Uncharted stands out in the way it incorporates cinematic elements in its gameplay sections. Most other games resort to cutscenes whereas in Uncharted you're playing as the boat is sinking and filling up with water or when you're propelled out of a plane or when you're fighting enemies in a collapsing building or when you're being dragged in the mud by a speeding truck. Calling Uncharted cinematic and shoving off its gameplay is simply ignorant. There's nothing fantastic about the climbing though expect the addition of the grappling hook in Uncharted 4.

i think most of the people that do that never actually played it... so when watching it on youtube they can't really tell that what they are seeing and typically would have called a cinematic is actually gameplay.



badgenome said:
pokoko said:

I'm not sure I understand.  Those count but not Alienation?  Bloodborne?  Bound, Driveclub, Fat Princess?  Gran Turismo?  Gravity Rush?  HotShots Golf?  MLB: The Show?  Nioh?  Dead Nation?  LBP, Resogun, Super Stardust?  Helldivers?

Yeah, it's a misleading argument that only works if you close one eye and pretend.

You're all forgetting Ryse!

That was me being charitable.