I've been a massive Uncharted fan since the first one. While the first one wasn't perfect it had the potential to make a fantastic series, and it did.
9 years later and the story has been wrapped up with Nathan and his brother finding their way to the most infamous pirate in history. What can I say, Uncharted 4 is a technical masterpiece on so many levels you would have to quite literally step on every single square foot of dirt just to feel like you have done everything. The story is simply brilliant with emotional twists and turns from start to finish. Troy Baker voices and acts as Sam, Nathans lost (and thought dead) brother. Whoever though having Nolan North and Troy Baker in the same game with Naughty Dog has the developer deserved a million dollars. Absolutely brilliant what those 2 actors can portray on screen, both dramatically and comically. Of course Richard McGonagle and Emily Rose also have, as expected, fantastic portrayals of their own 2 characters, Victor Sullivan (Sully) and Elena Fisher. It is easy to see that every actor brought their A game to the table and left everything they had on stage and mo-cap equipment.
From the story to the graphics and everything around, Uncharted 4 might be the closest a game will ever get to perfect. Sure, their are the occasional glitches with a texture or maybe some distance rendering issues for a tree or something but one must expect these flaws when you are playing a game as big as Uncharted 4. I mean, come on, you have to be the most nit picky person ever to walk this earth to find enough flaws to warrant this game a 9/10. And I'm talking about actual factual flaws, not opinionated flaws.