Ok so I’ve been meaning to get into some more serious types of games… military shoot ‘emups, spy-espionage romps, and futuristic gonna-shoot-you-with-this-crazy-laser-thing type games… but the PSN has foiled all my plans with their latest offering.
Uncharted takes us, willingly, into familiar territory that we’ve experienced with other games… it just does it with a bit more style and visual class that we can only see from a next-gen console.
You just got a PS3. You browse through PSN and see a boat-load of stuff to download… not everything has a demo version, so you’re not exactly sure what to buy… especially when the average store-bought game cost $60, games that are under $10 start to look really appealing.
One thing I really like about the game is that the ending you get is dependent on the moral decisions you make during play—which also ups its replay value. All that to say that discernment is definitely one of the system requirements you should consider before popping this in.