Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
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Charts a clear new course for the franchise
If you still find the play style of Uncharted fun but want some additional story to go along with your climbing, shooting, and shooting whilst climbing then Lost Legacy is definitely worth buying.
There is a lot to love in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy which scratches the Uncharted itch in a really nice way whilst giving hope that a new direction for Uncharted would be very welcome – my only issues as a whole is that there is just not enough added to the game for it to be a perfect 10/10
There’s nothing wrong with more Uncharted, and The Lost Legacy is exactly that.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is not only a great uncharted game, but also a great way to show us that there's much more ideas to explore without Nate Drake, although the game plays the same as every other in the franchise so if you're not a fan, this one won't change your mind.
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The best in the series since Uncharted 2, Chloe Frazer's Indian sojourn is a thrilling, fresh and engaging adventure.
The Lost Legacy is another very good game in a franchise almost unrivaled in its consistently high quality. It’s just a shame we’ve seen it all before.
More of the same... but that's not a bad thing.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a familiar game that builds and improves on its predecessors in interesting and meaningful ways. What it lacks in originality, it makes up for with fully realized characters, exciting and dynamic gameplay, with all the polish and bombast fans have come to expect.
Overall, The Lost Legacy doesn't bring anything new to the Uncharted series but if you're curious about what these less-discussed characters from the franchise get up to when Nathan isn't around and you're happy with more of the same gameplay and scenery then you'll definitely want to check out Chloe and Nadine's adventure.