Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End — Never too old for a treasure hunt!

By | May 5, 2016

The best games take years to make.  Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End took almost 3 years and it looks worth the wait.  Check out the trailer below, buy it here on Amazon:

Nate Drake is back, forced out of retirement, forced out of his Norman Rockwell life and into a whole lotta madness.

For what?  Pirate treasure.  Yep, good old pirate gold.  Nate and his bro, Sam, embark on a male-bonding adventure around the globe for a lost pirate colony, Libertalia, rumored to be that big X on the proverbial treasure map.  It’s the kind of fantasy fun kids have as kids.  Nate and Sam ain’t kids, but they’re living that fantasy.  Pirate-treasure-hunting-life is the life for every grown-up kid.

Bullets fly, bikes launch, people get whacked, blood flows.  Not bad for a retiree.

The game is expected to take 15 hours to finish.  AI is one of the most advanced: bad guys have good memories and will flank you if you’re static.  Some of the gameplay is repetitive, 3rd person shootout action, but there are enough treasure and collections to collect, and so on.

The biggest draw, though, is the art.  3 years building this into a beauty.  It just looks awesome.  The story is killer, too.  There’s also multiplayer to stretch out your sixty bucks beyond 15 hours of solo campaign.

Yep, never too late to go on a treasure hunt.

One thought on “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End — Never too old for a treasure hunt!

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    I’ve been waiting for this game, it’s Tomb Raider with a better story! They are both great games but I can relate more to Nathan than to Laura. The game started slowly in my 1st 30 min of play, but I’m sure that it will pick up. The graphics are great, the mechanics are fluid, and it has an overall great feel to it.
    I cannot wait to try out MP as well.
    We’ll done!


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