Review: Uncharted 4; A Thief’s End

An amazing blockbuster storytelling and graphical beauty [2021]

Uncharted 4 is a frantic combat, and outrageous action choreography. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End achieves maturity in terms of everything. This is a story of a lad who is reveling in fortune and glory. It is a surprisingly guaranteed set of multiplayer modes ices the cake.

The only thing laid it down is overly long third act. This slows down the pace of game.

Experiencing Uncharted 4; The Thief’s End

Uncharted 4

Uncharted is a 15 hour experience which needs high focus. This story is established in a compelling handful of chapters. These chapters weave their way through different time periods with tightly directed cinematic flair.

Uncharted 4 has a very familiar structure – Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher are trying to retire from action-heroism and want to live a normal life. Suddenly Nate’s presumed-dead brother comes up with an offer which he can’t refuse. Here, a strong emotional through line is born. You can see characters’ struggle to reconcile their adult responsibilities with the promise of excitement they secretly crave.

Exploring Another World

Uncharted 4 does a tremendous job of exploring a more world-weary group of adventurers, with their concerns and contemplations layered throughout its silent moments.

These incidental discussions are whizz. We can see through these conversations the soft and bristle of character. They brought characters slowly to life with considered writing and a peerless voice cast. Performances from series veterans Nolan North (Nathan Drake), Emily Rose (Elena Fisher), and Richard McGonagle (Victor Sullivan) are tremendous as ever. While newcomers Troy Baker (Samuel Drake), Laura Bailey (Nadine Ross), and Warren Kole (Rafe Adler) are nicely understated in more perplexing roles.

Uncharted 4’s companion characters never break the spell in more frantic or tense sections, either. If you choose to play stealthily, they’ll crouch down in the long grass beside you (and unlike Ellie in The Last of Us, they do an excellent job of staying out of enemy sightlines). If they’re in your way while climbing, they’ll let you clamber over them. They’re competent in gun fights, helpful in traversal, and typically witty throughout. They feel vital.

Writer’s Remarks On Uncharted 4; The Thief’s End

Unchared 4; The Thief's End

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is an amazing achievement with a remarkable storytelling and graphical beauty. Although we feel lack of imagination and some self-indulgence, especially in a third act that drags on far too long. Uncharted 4 carries on the series’ proud tradition of peerless polish and style, with a great multiplayer component to boot. Significantly, it’s a tender sendoff to the rag-tag group of characters we’ve known for nine years. A worthy thief’s end, indeed.

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