Uncharted 4 Podcast Review
Nathan Drake embarks on his fourth and final adventure, and the QorC gang want to chat about it in a spoiler-free podcast.
Uncharted 4 review podcast – QorC Ep. 65
So it’s over*. We won’t spoil the ending, but Nathan Drake’s Uncharted adventure has come to a close with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. He leaves behind a host of treasures, plenty of memorable set pieces and a pile of corpses that rivals the Great Plague.
Over the past four games, Naughty Dog has bottled the spirit of Indiana Jones with the full on action of Lara Croft to create one of the biggest franchises in video games history. And turned itself into one of the premier studios in the process.
Everyone knows Uncharted for incredible vistas, jaw dropping action sequences and fresh takes on famous historical and mythical events that deliver intrigue like a shotgun blast to the face.
I think you can probably guess that we enjoyed Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, but equally, this is a game where you end up killing over 500 people by the end. Indiana Jones did less than half that kill count over four feature films.
So join us as we talk all things Nathan Drake in our Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End review, including those somewhat divisive combat sequences. Then later tune in as we spoil the plot and consider where’s next for Naughty Dog (um, The Last of Us 2, please).
* We just put a fiver on Uncharted 5 being released before the decade is out.
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