Uncharted: The Lost Legacy review: Same old Uncharted, but different

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. Originally touted as the first singleplayer DLC for the Uncharted franchise but later evolving into a larger standalone release, The Lost Legacy is an interesting departure for the series. For many, it needed to answer a burning question: can Uncharted survive without its signature wisecracking, swashbuckling protagonist, Nathan Drake? Well, ...[Read More]

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy DLC sure takes a dark tone for the series

Jeez, the one time I take a holiday, just a quick weekend away, and literally all the huge Playstation news happens. Firstly The Last of Us Part II is officially a real thing, and you can bet I have some feelings about that (more on that another time). The Crash Bandicoot remaster, the N. Sane Trilogy, looks, well, insane. Goddamn PaRappa the Rapper is being remastered for the game’s 20th an...[Read More]

So let’s talk about video game length vs price

  I often find myself defending the duration of video games the same way some people defend their genitalia: it doesn’t matter how long it is, just how well you use it. I’ll take an amazing but short experience, say Portal, over a mediocre lengthy one, like Watch Dogs, any day. The discussion of a game’s length compared to its worth, both as a game in itself as well as its p...[Read More]

Uncharted 4 multiplayer beta impressions

  Since December 4 those who own the Nathan Drake Collection have been able to play the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End multiplayer beta. I’ve had a fair bit of time to play the game too, below you can see an compilation video of a round where I didn’t completely suck, it shows off elements from the game, including sidekicks and supernatural power ups: Here’s what I’v...[Read More]

Uncharted 4 multiplayer reveal

Uncharted 4‘s multiplayer mode was revealed early this morning during PlayStation’s Paris Games Week. The trailer provided an over the top glimpse at the fast paced, teamwork centered multiplayer mode for Naughty Dog’s latest entry into the Uncharted series. You can see the video for yourself right here, be sure to keep an eye out for some supernatural surprises: Those who have a...[Read More]

Video games & the remasters of the universe

-James Orr The remaster, once commonly known as a ‘rerelease’, seems to have become a staple in any publisher’s plan for a bit more dough. Unlike remakes, where a game has been completely rebuilt from scratch, remasters are just the original game with only a few improvements. Of course, remasters have been around for a while, but with this generation of consoles, they’ve become much more pre...[Read More]

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection review

-Tom Heath Remastered games have been a huge point of contention in the current generation of consoles. On the one hand, many would rather developers and publishers focus on creating new titles for the newer systems rather than giving old games a facelift. But on the other hand, remasters can be great for anyone who has swapped console brands this generation, or hasn’t owned a gaming system ...[Read More]

Uncharted 4 release date and special editions announced

–  Karly Taylor Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End officially has a release date, and not only that, both the Special Edition and the Libertalia Collector’s Edition have been announced and the goodies inside each have been detailed. Nathan Drake’s story is set to conclude on the 18th of March 2016, and is of course for the Playstation 4 only. As of tomorrow, Uncharted 4 can be pre-...[Read More]

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