Uncharted 2 is the kind of treasure-hunting adventure that Indiana Jones had before he got old, found aliens, and began to suck so badly. This time around, Nate is on the trail of an enormous sapphire and the location of Shambhala, also known as Shangri-La. His search takes him to various exotic locations around the world, each more stunningly detailed and enormous in scope than the last. You'll spend much of your time playing Uncharted 2 with mouth agape, staring slack-jawed at the glorious vistas spread out before you. Gazing upon the vastness of an ancient temple or the dense foliage of a jungle in Borneo, it's easy to forget that what's on your screen is a videogame, as opposed to some big-budget film starring this year's rugged heartthrob.