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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
9 March 2010
Excerpt: Set a couple of years after the end of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune; Uncharted 2 brings a bloody, battered Nathan Drake back to our screens. The filmic reference used deliberately because the game oozes movie style in music, camera shot, style and acting.
Excerpt: Ah Ivalice, home of seventeen-year-olds, swinging claymore swords about as if they were made out of paper mache. Where rabbits wear lingerie and where-ah sod it, this game is amazing, that’s all you really need to know.
Excerpt: Summary [9.8 out of 10] The long awaited sequel to (in my estimation) the best Playstation 3 game of all time, Uncharted 2 picks up with Nathan Drake about a year after the events of the first game and finds him embroiled in a search for Marco Polo’s lost treasure.
Excerpt: It’s Like… …the video game equivalent of a big budget action flick. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves is the most cinematic experience this side of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, and dare I say the Oscar goes to… Uncharted 2: Among Thieves!
Summary: Parents need to know that Uncharted 2 is rated "Teen" because it includes shooting, grenade throwing, and fist-fighting, plus some blood can be seen on the main character Nathan and his defeated enemies. It's not overly violent or gory, mind you, but isn't for young kids or tweens.
Conclusion: With a bit more polish, especially in the audio department, Cricket Revolution could be the cricket game of choice. As it stands now, it is just a rung below the big boys of EA Cricket and Codemasters cricket series ( Ashes 2009 being the most recent).
Excerpt: Nathan Drake is back with a whole new adventure in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves . Aptly named, Nathan teams up with old pals and fellow shady treasure-hunters, Harry Flynn and Chloe Frazer, to pull the biggest heist of all - locating and plundering the lost fleet of Marco Polo.