The first hour is Full. Of. Action.
I had never played the Uncharted series during it’s initial release and it was not until the series was remastered for the PlayStation 4 that I began my journey as everyone’s favorite thief, Nathan Drake. After playing a little over an hour of A Thief’s End, I am here to spread good tidings. Immediately after starting the game, you are thrust into the action.
After playing Uncharted 1-3, this is very familiar territory. You have more than likely heard the saying if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That most certainly applies for A Thief’s End.
“The death defying jumps and climbs are all too memorable.”
And of course, the game would not be complete without its engaging treasure hunting puzzles. The game play is as fantastic as always, with a few new elements added in. (No harm in throwing in a little additional flair to an already outstanding series.)
Now that I have played for an hour and set down the controller to do a little writing, I have an uncontrollable urge to want to jump right back into the action.