I’ve been a fan (and follower) of the Uncharted series for quite some time, but never actually purchased the game.
That’s not to say that it wasn’t worth your time to play it, but the way the Uncharted franchise is handled has left a bad taste in my mouth for a long time.
The game has been criticized for being too violent and not sufficiently complex, but I don’t think anyone really thought that way about the first game, either.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception (2013) was a major improvement over Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
And while I still enjoyed the first Uncharted 3, I’ve grown tired of the story and the overall direction of the series, which I’ve found lacking since Uncharted 4.
Here are five reasons why I was never really a fan.1.
Uncharted 2 was an interesting take on a classic series.
The series has gone through some great changes since the last installment, and one of the biggest ones is that the game has shifted to a more episodic structure.
While there are still many Uncharted games out there, it’s become clear that the series has lost its sense of urgency and urgency is a major problem.
This is especially evident in the Uncharted 3 games, which have been so rushed in development that they’ve been almost devoid of any meaningful plot development or development of character development.2.
It’s a good, action-packed game.
The Uncharted series has always been a lot of fun to play, but even with the addition of episodic story-driven content, the game still manages to be a fun experience.
It has a few fun new tricks up its sleeve, such as the ability to play as the protagonist Nathan Drake, but those can be fun and are mostly utilized in the combat sections.
It was refreshing to see Nathan Drake being taken seriously as a hero in some of the more action-oriented missions in the series.
And I enjoyed how the story focused on Nathan’s father’s death and his family’s grief over it.3.
It offers a solid foundation.
It does feel like the Uncharted games have gone back to basics a lot in recent years.
The story feels very much like the last one, and the combat and exploration sections are all relatively linear and uneventful.
But the story is also a big part of the charm of the games.
The characters are compelling, the setting feels real, and you can really feel the journey that Nathan and the rest of the team are going on.4.
It takes advantage of the latest consoles.
I had a hard time enjoying the first three Uncharted games because they felt more like a third-person shooter.
But Uncharted 3 was so different in its approach that I actually enjoyed the story in the last three games.
It is much more of a open-world game than previous Uncharted games, and that really made me want to get back into the series for more.
I think it’s fair to say, though, that Uncharted 3 is probably one of my favorite games of all time.5.
It can still be fun.
The combat sections in the first two games are fantastic.
It feels like the first four Uncharted games could be more varied and challenging, and I was able to get into the story without feeling overwhelmed or overwhelmed by the action.
I can see why this would appeal to a lot more casual fans, especially since the story mode in the final game is a bit much.
I still found myself wanting to dive back into Uncharted 3 in the late stages of the second game, though.