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"Something about it is boring, the story is beyond predictable, action is top notch"

...that is every Uncharted ever. I have only played 1-3 to see what the hype was about, and found each to be the above, and worse.



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while i do enjoy the uncharted series. the games are very forgettable to me. way too much boring climbing  in uncharted 4.



I remember I was So excited for UC4 when i saw those two early teasers which presented the game as very dark, back then amy hennig was still incharge with a different cast and crew. Neil and bruce did a great job of getting the game out of the gates but in process they screwed it up big time..

As soon as it was decided sam wont be the villian the character became forced, I mean if he was the bad guy it made sense nathan to not talk about his brother with whom he had a shady past, But in the changed version he shared a good relationship, how can he not tell elena abt his brother?? in the end nates motivation for helping sam felt weak as i didnt care for his character at all.. And Nadine its better not to talk about it. just would like to say she felt forced even in lost legacy.

I wish we would have gotten amy henings version of uncharted 4, which was darker and by the rumors, nate had grey shades, also Amy's story had explanation in why nate had no remorse in killing a person.



I didn't like it, at times I was very disappointed with it. If I remember correctly, the set pieces were the main problem for me. In the down-the-hill-with-the-car-through-the-town chase, I kept selecting the wrong turns and came to hard stops, totally killed it for me, instead of amazing it was just frustrating. I think that was the whole theme for me in UC4, from the start. Frustration on finding out what the developers wanted from me. Chasing my brother in the flashback? Frustrating because I didn't notice where he went and it wasn't intuitive for me that we should go left and not for the open darkness ahead. Fighting the armored truck in some scene? Frustrating because I wasn't able to run away even though I got to the end of the fighting zone. I think by that time the theme was set for me, so I didn't enjoy the fighting either. And the scope was small somehow. I was expecting to travel far and wide, not just offshore to some islands. And of course, the end was the culmination of frustrating fights. Trial and error - bleah. Too bad, as the opening sequence is just right.



The game was amazing. For fans of the series, it was a very nicely done swan song filled with plenty of great nods to the journey the characters have taken until that point.

It was a love letter to fans of the series, in a sense. But it didn't try to reinvent its genre. The gun fights and gameplay are the best in the series though. But the pacing is often criticized.

Personnaly, I enjoyed the pacing because I knew it was the last adventure with Drake, that it was going to be the end of his story, and it made me savor the banter and slower moments more because of that.




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It was a solid uncharted game. Wasn't dissapointed, already new exactly what it would be.

I'm in a small minority that likes the first uncharted the most.



taus90 said:

As soon as it was decided sam wont be the villian the character became forced, I mean if he was the bad guy it made sense nathan to not talk about his brother with whom he had a shady past, But in the changed version he shared a good relationship, how can he not tell elena abt his brother?? in the end nates motivation for helping sam felt weak as i didnt care for his character at all.. And Nadine its better not to talk about it. just would like to say she felt forced even in lost legacy.

Because the memory of his brother, who he believes is dead, is too painful for him to want to talk about? This is pretty apparent from UC4.

And he helps his brother out of guilt for what happened to him, the problem Sam is supposedly in, and the boredom of not being out adventuring. 

I think Nadine is a bit forced in Lost Legacy, but that could just be because her South African accent is not that great. Its a bit jarring at times. 



Uncharted 4 is my favorite in the series. It felt like a great adventure and even more satisfying on the hardest difficulty setting.



Amazing game, the best of the series.
IMO Uncharted got better each game (yup 3 > 2), and 4 was the best, it was a very good ending for the series, it felt special the whole time.



Liked it a lot, i think it is the best in the series. I can get on the " predictable story"-train. Nate having a brother that was never mentioned before felt a little bit weird, but i admit it makes sense when thinking about it. Nadine seemed to only exist for the sake of having a strong female character, felt she was really underdeveloped

And it saved the bandicoot, which is great for the people who like that franchise



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