Critical Gamer writes: The staff at Naughty Dog are masters of disguise. Masters of disguising loading times, masters of disguising linearity, and – ultimately – masters of disguising their Uncharted movies as videogames. That last costume, however, is skimpier here than in the previous two instalments.
The Uncharted series has provided stories that are consistently engaging to watch, and this is certainly no exception. The story here jumps between Drake’s past and present, revealing new details and raising new questions (most of which are not answered); but the devil’s in the details. The dialogue, as ever, sparkles in a way only the very best writers can achieve, and the acting is superb across the board. The final all-important touch is provided by the virtual actors themselves, whose facial expressions and body language are handled with perfect subtlety and attention to detail.