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Uncharted: Golden Abyss (PlayStation Vita)

Released on 22 February 2012

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (12 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Uncover the dark secret of a lost Spanish expedition massacred 400 years ago deep in Central America - and join legendary fortune hunter Nathan Drake in a brand new epic adventure for PlayStation Vita.

Surrounded by temples, ruins and forgotten legends, Nathan finds himself caught in the middle of a bitter rivalry between old friend Jason Dante and Marissa Chase, granddaughter of the eminent archaeologist called in to investigate the site - who has mysteriously vanished without a trace.

  • Please Note: PlayStation Vita titles are not compatible with standard Sony PSP consoles
  • Immerse yourself in an epic storyline enhanced by intuitive PlayStation Vita controls: unravel the mysteries of the Golden Abyss using the touchscreen, rear touch pad and rear camera to examine artefacts and solve puzzles
  • Join Nathan Drake in a full Uncharted adventure for the first time on a portable gaming system, brought to life through stunning environments, an engaging cast of characters and a cinematic storyline
  • Explore forgotten ruins and hidden caverns, infiltrate deadly guerrilla camps and work together with Nathan's companions to solve puzzles and reach hidden areas

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 Average rating (12 reviews)

 Unbelievable ! Is this a portable game?

| | See all brightchild0's reviews (12)

Ok, Uncharted series is one of the all time greats on the PS3.
If you have a PS3 you probably own one of them, or if like me all three.

The PS Vita brings the home console game onto a portable system.
The PS Vita truly brings a triple A title to a handheld.
Graphics surpass the other limited handhelds and some of the home consoles.
The gameplay works really well with the dual sticks and additional usage of the touchscreen front and back.

Top game a must buy if you own the Vita!
Reasons to buy the Vita - Uncharted, Gravity Rush, Disgaea 3, Fifa just to name a few.

 One Word - Unbelievable!

| | See all jcmonkey's reviews (13)

In Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Drake is hired by a shady, obnoxious man called Dante to go on a treasure hunt. As per usual, the hunt doesn't exactly go smoothly and Drake winds up in the middle of the jungle with a new love interest by the name of Chase. There's no indication as to where this fits into the timeline of the other three games, but roving reporter Elena is completely missing this time. Bend Studios has done a solid job of staying true to the series' roots, delivering a cinematic, character-focused experience from top to bottom. You do all the things you do in other Uncharted games - monkey your way across canyons, solve mysteries, and engage in cover-based combat.You wouldn't know, from playing through the game, that it was made by a different developer.

The Vita's new gameplay mechanisms - the aforementioned touchscreen, rear touchpad, and gyroscope - are unavoidable. If you want to play the whole game through without getting fingerprints all over your Vita, you're out of luck. All of those features are compulsory at several different points in the game. Personally, I thought the use of those features was inventive - for example, you're required to take pictures of landmarks as you go along, and to adjust the zoom on the camera you have to drag your finger up and down on the rear touchpad. At other points, you have to make charcoal rubbings of engraved objects, which you do by rubbing your finger over the touchscreen. I recognise that some people aren't going to want to use those features at all, but their implementation was interesting. Golden Abyss makes use of absolutely everything the Vita has to offer.

The game must also be pushing the Vita's graphics and processing power to its limits, as well. While it's not really comparable to the later PS3 games, the visuals are remarkable for a handheld device, and probably on par with the graphics of the original in the series, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the animation, or lack thereof, in the characters' hair. Faces move and express emotions, but the hair framing them is dead still.

My only critiscm of the game is the lack of multiplayer, however the single player campaign is of a good length only slightly shorter than its big brothers on the ps3 and collecting all the hidden objects and chasing trophies is going to take a vast amount of your time up.

All in all i couldnt have asked for or expected a better game to launch the playstation vita with. Hopefully there will be many more adventures with Drake during the vitas LONG life cycle.

 Great Uncharted Game as always

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Has got to say this is one of the best graphics if not the best I have seen on a console ever.

 Amazing!

| | See all whysoserious92's reviews (10)

The story is awsome, the graphics are truly spectacular and controls are innovative. This is the future of handheld gaming. Worth every penny for the 10plus hours of real uncharted gameplay

 WOW!!!

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Normally i don't write reviews for games but I've taken the time to write one for this game becaus it is awesome!!!!

Grafics are very close to ps3. I'd say vita is like having a ps2.5 in your pocket with all the extra quirky controls. I like this game better than uncharted on ps3. To me its just more enjoyable on a handheld for some reason!! Downpoints are that enemy ai can be rubbish at times and the bounty collecting thing they have introduced for this one is tedious!! but everything else is fantastic!! I never thought a game like this can be this much fun on a handheld!!!

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Rating16+ (PEGI)