Summary: Uncharted was the first game I bought when I got my PS3, and it's been the benchmark all games I've played since have been judged by. It had very cool shooting/platforming gameplay and an engaging storyline, as well as significant differences in the difficulty levels making it well worth replaying. That being said, I generally don't expect much out of sequels and went into Uncharted 2 with some skepticism. How wrong I was.
Summary: A truly fantastic sequel to "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune". If you have never played the first one it really doesn't matter as the the actual storyline is a new adventure. The story itself is memorable as are the twists. This is the closest you're going to get to an Indiana Jones game (or even a decent IJ 'movie' after the last pile of cr*p). I love how everything moves along without any heavy loading screens to take away the immersive quality of the gameplay.
Summary: The first thing you'll notice when you start the game is the graphics. The improvement from the first game is just unbelievable. Also, I won't spoil any of them, but there are sections in this game that are so brilliantly designed, everyone should see them. I recommend this game to every PS3 owner.
Summary: After newly purchasing a PS3 just this June 2011, I've already started with Uncharted: Drake's Fortune and I have to say it was a fresh new start at a different kind of pace. Somewhat similar to tomb raider, Uncharted brings it's own humor filled with action, adventure, and one of the best stories I've had the privilege of playing. Now with Uncharted 2, Drake is at it again in a whole new setting with new characters and some old.