The Evolution of Nathan Drake. . Eil rai' uncharted gaming evolution
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - agentdoubleohio
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#40 to #6 - anon id: 51d3d9fc
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This is clearly what's happening and we all need embrace the amazingness that is this
User avatar #7 to #6 - exarzero
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I am okay with this.
User avatar #18 to #7 - luceeyx
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I am more than ok with this
User avatar #4 - thedecodedgamer
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Nathan Drake is slowly turning into Liam Neeson.
User avatar #20 to #4 - ScottP
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Maybe it's actually Liam Neeson: Origins
#17 - alterednicolas
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Uncharted is definitely one of my favourite game franchises ever, and im really excited that UC4 is made by the same people who made UC2.
Uncharted is definitely one of my favourite game franchises ever, and im really excited that UC4 is made by the same people who made UC2.
User avatar #21 to #17 - Decode
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Let me ask you something I've been wondering for awhile, please be honest. I just got a ps3 not too long ago, and am trying to build up on games, I've heard how good uncharted 3 is, but should I also get the first 2? are the graphics bad in the first two? I don't mind too much, but I don't want them painstakingly obvious.
#28 to #21 - alterednicolas
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Out of the three, the second one is definitely the best. I would recommend buying all of them because storyline continues in a way that it's recommended to start playing the series from the beginning. The first Uncharted game that i played was Uncharted 2 Among Thieves and there were moments in the story that i didn't really understand because i had not at the time yet played the first one, but right after i finished Among Thieves i bought the first one and i immediately understood all the references, jokes etc. that were made in Among Thieves. The graphics in the first one aren't bad but not that mind blowing either, mostly because the game was released the same year as the PS3 and the developers didn't quite know how to take the most out of the PS3 hardware. The graphics on the second one are a lot better (Picture), the snowy mountains and the jungle look absolutely amazing . And on the third one the graphics were improved to a level that you started to feel like the your PS3 was going to blow up.
User avatar #32 to #28 - Decode
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Thanks, I'll be sure to get all three
User avatar #34 to #32 - alterednicolas
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I would recommend getting the Trilogy bundle, all three games for one price. Should be the cheapest option if you don't want to buy preowned copies. You need to login to view this link
#35 to #34 - alterednicolas
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Just checked the prices, it's actually the most expensive way to buy the games new.
Just checked the prices, it's actually the most expensive way to buy the games new.
User avatar #25 to #21 - Shramin
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I would suggest playing the first two, uncharted 2 has some amazing set pieces.
User avatar #26 to #25 - Decode
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are they important to the story? I havent heard much about this game other then the third being great. I was going to get all 3 anyways (most likely) I just don't know how far down the first 2 games were. are the controls and graphics still pretty solid?
User avatar #27 to #26 - Shramin
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I consider 2 the most solid game, but each sequel builds on the previous in terms of controls.

The stories are mostly self contained but you can understand the characters more if you play from 1 through 3.

There are also LP's by chip and ironicus should you prefer that.
User avatar #33 to #27 - Decode
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Thank you, I've been going back and forth about whether or not to get all three, but they sound worth it, I'll pick them up later. Thanks again for your input.
User avatar #42 to #33 - luceeyx
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Do it do it do it. Better to get them now and play them in order than buying one, and down the line deciding.. hey I might give 1+2 a go after all. Helps you get to know the characters as well
#29 - Mastermaster
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User avatar #8 - monswine
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I'm a little unsure why they keep making games out of the Tomb Raider gender bender. They obviously just want to make a movie if the cutscenes are anything to go by. Anyway, is Claudia Black gonna be in this one?
User avatar #9 to #8 - bestfoxgirl
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Umm, this game is nothing like Tomb Raider, it's also about 2-3 levels better. Especially comparing to the last <press any button to win> Tomb Raider.
User avatar #10 to #9 - monswine
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Exploration, gun fights, puzzles, ancient secrets, some random supernatural elements, lots of climbing, save the world, get the artifact? Uncharted just reworked the Tomb Raider template. Then Tomb Raider stole it back and for some reason got mixed results. I personally love both series.
User avatar #11 to #10 - bestfoxgirl
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Almost everything you provided can be found in a ******** of games. Saying that Uncharted reworked Tomb Raider is like saying that Motorstorm reworked Ridge Racer.

I love Uncharted, and I enjoyed TR back in a day, but the new Tomb Raider series just went to **** to meet the expectations of casuals. Not to mention lame plot and monotonous gameplay.
User avatar #12 to #11 - monswine
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You're honestly going to tell me you don't notice any of Tomb Raider in Uncharted? That's like saying Dante's Inferno doesn't owe anything to God of War or Gears of War to Halo. Sure there are tons of differences but the working money-making model of Uncharted has it's origins in Tomb Raider. It's polished to a sheen and way more cinematic and streamlined and more action-oriented but the scaffolding for Nathan Drake is Lara Croft.

I don't really understand your criticism of Lara Croft. The puzzles were too easy and too optional for sure but they weren't a part of the story being told at all, and I liked that story. It made me feel something even if that something wasn't a happy feeling. I'm not really getting what made Tomb Raider's plot lamer than Uncharted or the gameplay and more monotonous. I constantly found myself rolling my eyes and settling in for yet another gun fight in Uncharted but every encounter in Tomb Raider was hardscrabble and intense. I could definitely have done with one or two less stumble-fall dodge events but even those were treated as character moments. I'm not going to go so far as say I'm excited for the next Tomb Raider, because I'm not. I'm for sure more inclined to see where they take Drake then where they take the almost too young to be comfortable with Lara.
User avatar #13 to #12 - bestfoxgirl
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GoW to Halo...

Well, the plot of TR was based on survival and a fake 'omg wtf is going on here' feeling of the main character. It didn't go well with next-to-no- difficulty level. That and 'character moments' looked like a parody. (omg I'm so helpless... <kills 20 people with no effort> omg I killed those people <kills even more>)

As for TR's gunfight- hardest difficulty level would imply that you should put some effort into a fight. In TR you yawn while playing.
User avatar #15 to #13 - monswine
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Hmm, I didn't feel the disconnect between gameplay and story that you did. Which is a shame because I get where you're coming from. The constant gruesome insta-deaths really sold it to me. At first I was put off because it felt like playing a snuff film and eventually I bought into the idea of the brutal struggle.
#19 to #15 - bestfoxgirl
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Yeah, but the QTE were relatively easy, and fighting parts were just... ugh, I shot most enemies in heads before they even had a chance to fight.

Also, I found it very boring. It wasn't as bad as some games which I dropped, but when I went to the last level, I was just happy that I would be able to add this game to 'passed' and be done with it. It just wasn't entertaining at all.

It was meh.
User avatar #22 to #19 - monswine
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Yeah, I guess I can't say I play games for difficulty. That's never really been my thing. Sure I like to test myself and I've worked up to ultimate legendary difficulty on games I really like that reward you for it like Ratchet and Clank or God of War but I mostly play like a ******* casual noob and go for 100% collectibles or some ****.
User avatar #23 to #22 - bestfoxgirl
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Oh. I don't get any fun from games unless everything wants to kill me and every step can be the last one. I hardly ever choose any other difficulty than the hardest, mostly because I feel like something is wrong when I don't get any challenge in 1 hour gameplay...
User avatar #41 to #23 - monswine
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Yeah, I get that. I guess I don't play enough games to get to that point. Certainly when I had a lot more free time I got close but now I play games while watching TV so I don't usually want something too busy and I edge heavily towards monotonous exploration/grinding.
User avatar #30 - fuzzyballs
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CGI trailer = not gameplay
#36 to #30 - anon id: 7b490de0
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for all what i know about naughty dog I would not be so sure if that was cgi.
#38 to #30 - blancka
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True, but that wasn't a cgi trailer
User avatar #1 - faptastica
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Nathan Drake - the meaning of worried
User avatar #16 - buriedstpatrick
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He should take a shower.
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User avatar #3 - prototypedaytona
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Best games ever, as far as I'm concerned. However, he looks kinda' ******* old in this next one.
User avatar #5 to #3 - brokenhalf
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i think maybe that was the point. to make it look like he's aging, and not some immortal video game icon. and this wasn't bashing anygames... just an opinion
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