Uncover the dark secret behind the 400-year-old massacre of a Spanish expedition as Nathan Drake follows the murderous trail of an ancient and secret Spanish sect. Caught in the middle of a rivalry between Jason Dante - his old friend - and Marisa Chase - the granddaughter of an archeologist who has mysteriously vanished without a trace - Nathan Drake races into the treacherous river basins, undiscovered temple ruins and karst caverns of Central America in search of a legendary lost city, only to find himself pushed to the edge of the Golden Abyss.
Uncharted And Never Really Any Need To Be Explored
By BluRayPlayer ,
This game is very graphical, graphics are very similar to that of the Playstation 3. The gameplay, however; is terrible. There isn't much to do than walk around and find things, but the worst being the 3rd person shooting sequences. With the Playstation Vita, it's a little difficult because you have mini joysticks. The right mini joystick controls the camera which controls smoothly, but it can be very difficult to adjust to the amount of pressure to give the stick knowing that the stick is light and is very easy to push around. This makes it hard to focus the aim directly on enemies, but if this was first person, it would've made a bit of difference. After getting use to this, I still got some fun out it, but I don't really see any replay value unless you enjoy playing through linear games over, and over.
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Age:18 - 24
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