BGR: "This isn’t how I wanted to begin this review, but I think it’s important to get it out of the way as quickly as possible: the Uncharted series has never done much for me."
"Better than the previous three games combined" Are you kidding me? and I enjoyed all four Uncharted games!!!! and consider them the best franchise of all time. My little brother didn't like Uncharted and finds MGSV or Batman Arkham Knight more entertaining I hope Uncharted 4 changes his mind too.
I cant imagine how thats possible. But then its ND, so maybe
Incredible. This game and this developer, exude quality. One of the people who works at DigitalFoundry has opened the floodgates: http://www.neogaf.com/forum... "Uncharted 4 is THE most technically accomplished console game on the market today. I guarantee people are going to be absolutely floored by what has been accomplished here - and not just the big stuff either. There are a lot of techniques used in UC4 that really should be adopted by other studios, if possible, as they truly are a game changer." Yep, believe it. Better looking and accomplished than any game on PC even.
Burn!!! Even the best looking PC game ever.
Thanks again Naughty Dog.
Damn naughty dog is going to have rent out a whole entire storage complex to store all these 10s. Well done Naughty Dog, cannot wait for Tuesday to play this game.
I'm so excited for this game. Early reviews have been extremely positive. Can't wait until Tuesday!
This headline is important to unpack. There has been an argument about games becoming "too cinematic" or "on rails" raging since last gen. There is nothing inherently wrong w/ lines being blurred between game & film, it's all in the execution & player impact. Bottom line is, Uncharted & Naughty Dog work to blur those lines while simultaneously keeping the most important aspect of a video game, player input, front & center. That's the key to a satisfying cinematic game. Not 20 minute cut scenes, not pulling control away from the player. The challenge is hitting those beats while keeping it all on the stick. I really wish more devs would take a page from ND's book so that everytime they come up w/ a thrilling or interesting story beat, they push to make it all playable instead of just showing it to us in a cutscene.
If the game does indeed blur the lines between game and film, I think a live-action Uncharted movie is only going to disappoint fans.
True words...agree wholeheartedly.
Pretty much. There's nothing wrong with a cinematic game as long as it's done correctly.
I don't remember ever seeing this many perfect scores for a game.
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