Adam writes: "There is a lot riding on Uncharted: Golden Abyss. Not only is it from Bend Studios, the first outside of Naughty Dog to tackle the series, but it is tasked with proving that the Vita can deliver a console size experience. After three entries, there are certain cornerstones of Uncharted; namely, the wit and humor, ancient ruins, cinema quality action sequences, and mass murder. For the most part, Uncharted feels like all the others, and in some ways surpasses Uncharted 3, the weakest entry in my opinion. Shoehorning in touchscreen controls kept Golden Abyss from truly hitting console quality, although it sets an incredibly high bar for action games going forward."