Almost a year ago Naughty Dog released this epic conclusion to the Uncharted series, I happened to get the game the day when it came out but for some reason I didn’t play it for almost a year.
However, I have played it now and I’m here to tell you all about it if you too haven’t gotten around to play it yet.
Uncharted 4 brings back Nathan Drake (Nolan North) on one last epic adventure before calling it quits, just when his thought dead brother Sam (Troy Baker), turns up to his work one day.
Nathan tells his brother that he needs money fast in order to get out of dept, which he has with a drug cartel leader by finding the pirate utopia.
So in typical Uncharted fashion, which involves killing anyone without a name, jumping off ancient ruins and explosions.
The graphics in this game are phenomenal, but then again just go look at Uncharted 2 on the ps3 and it still holds up to so a similar quality we see of other games from this generation of consoles.
As for the music, it’s just as Indiana Jonesy as the other games, with some piratey stuff thrown in as well.
As for the gun combat, that is the same as the games that came before for the most of it however, now you can actually get through most of the game by moving stealthily around the enemies.
You also have a rope with a hook on the end, which you can swing from and even go in for a death from above punch, while shooting from the rope.
The acting in the game is up there with the standards of Hollywood films and makes me want to see the actors live in the action as well.
All in all, Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End is an amassing end to the Uncharted series.
As a result I give this game a 97/100.