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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 814d ago | review

Uncharted: Fight for Fortune Review - The Digital Fix

Collectable card games were all the rage growing up, with many a lunchtime wasted attending the impressively named ‘Wargames’ club. Well, if you were a geeky kind of kid that is. None of us had any idea that Magic: the Gathering would become the monster it has, dominating CCG proceedings both in the virtual and real worlds. However, these geeks have grown up and the arcadey implementation of certain CCGs has opened the door for other variants to pop up and stake a claim for themselves. The latest to hit this niche block is Uncharted: Fight for Fortune, a spin off from the ever-popular PlayStation exclusive franchise. At first glance it’s perhaps not the most obvious way to have taken the franchise, but digging deeper reveals a more than serviceable set of mechanics. (PS Vita, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune) 7/10

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