End of the Week writes:
"Of of the many things I like to praise about video games, one of the those things has to be the voice acting. When it’s bad, the experience is similar to a bad actor in a movie: it shatters the belief that, yes, we are looking at a real person with real issues and traits, and not someone just trying to poorly imitate them. When it’s really bad, you end up with a full serving of a Jill Sandwich.
Uncharted is one of those series where everything just feels so right when it comes to the acting. During every cutscene, I feel as though I’m really watching one of the best CGI movie of my life and I’m completely lost in the world and, more importantly, the characters that inhabit it."