By now, most people have had a chance to play the game that got the PlayStation 4 a warm welcome on launch day, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
And it’s been a pretty incredible ride.
I was not prepared for the excitement that was instilled in me by Uncharted 4’s story.
For me, the biggest takeaway from Uncharted 4 was that this was going to be a game that would have me on the edge of my seat the whole time.
It’s the type of game that’s easy to get excited about when you’re watching a trailer, but when you actually play it, you’ll feel like you’re missing out on the action and exploration of the game.
When I finally got the chance to test out the game and play the multiplayer mode, I was hooked.
It’s a fantastic game.
It really puts you in the shoes of one of the most iconic characters in the history of gaming.
It tells a compelling story that’s rooted in the real world, and yet it also puts you at the mercy of the real-world world.
This is an epic adventure that’s packed with twists and turns, and it’s got some of the best writing and acting in the genre.
It takes the best elements of all of the Uncharted games and applies them to a new kind of gaming experience.
This means you can go from the ground up, and the story you’re given will take you through the entire Uncharted world.
That means you get to dive right into the action.
Nathan Drake, the protagonist of Uncharted 4, is a character that is so integral to the franchise, and one of my favorite characters of all time.
Nathan is a man with a unique story, and I felt so at home when I was playing Uncharted 4.
I love that there’s so much depth to Nathan Drake’s story, from his love life to his family to his history with the world.
There’s so many layers to his story that I felt like I was getting to know him.
I was able to explore the real, emotional world that he inhabits, and then I was rewarded for that by a wonderful, cinematic world that was filled with some incredible moments.
When I first got to play Uncharted 4 the world felt like a different place than I’d experienced before.
I felt the world was bigger, and more alive, and that’s something that I’ve never experienced before in a video game.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from Uncharted when I started playing, but I was impressed by the level of detail that was put into the world and the depth that was added to the game through the Uncharted series.
There are so many things to discover and learn, but there’s also so much that is familiar that is not familiar.
Uncharted 4 is a game I would absolutely recommend to anyone who enjoys video games, but especially those who are fans of the original Uncharted.
You get a lot of fun new things to do, and some great story to follow, but it’s not a game you can just jump into immediately.
I played Uncharted 4 for a very short period of time, and after playing through the game I was so hooked.
I couldn’t wait to go back to the real Uncharted and start all over.
The real Uncharted 4 that Nathan Drake inhabits in Uncharted 4 isn’t just an amazing story that makes you want to tear through the world in search of treasure.
It also makes you feel like a real part of the world, even if you don’t necessarily feel like that is the case.
The world feels more alive.
You see more things in the world than you ever have before.
You have to look at things from different angles.
The Uncharted series is known for its exploration, but this is the first time that you get the chance for that.
There is more depth and breadth to the world that you’re exploring than you’ve ever experienced before, and Nathan Drake is a great addition to the Uncharted family.
It feels like you could be exploring the same world over and over again, and there are so much more places to go.
You can find more of the same things, and explore them as you go.
I’m not talking about the entire game, though.
I can imagine that many people who are playing Uncharted will play this game for hours on end and be completely captivated by the world of Uncharted.
The characters and stories are as engaging as ever.
And the game offers plenty of ways to keep yourself occupied.
You don’t have to be in the same area as the main character to progress.
You’re not required to explore every little corner of the map.
You may find something to explore, or just find something you like.
It has the feeling of a massive, expansive open world.
There are some things that I would have loved to see improved in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, but overall, I’m really happy with the game as it is.
I feel like the story has grown in leaps and bounds, and Uncharted 4