A must have for all Vita owners, excitement, charm, action and adventure!
27 July 2014
Summary: Definitely one of the most exciting experiences one will have on the Vita. Uncharted: Golden Abyss continues the same charm and excitement on the-go. The action is just as good as you would have enjoyed on the PS3. The puzzles now have an added flavor with the game taking advantage of the Vita's touch and axis features. However it can be a nuisance at times, which is why I didn't give it a 5 star.
Breathtaking scenery and some of the best visuals I've seen on a handheld with more great Uncharted style gameplay.
TidusandYuna1983ZackandAerith, Game Informer
18 January 2014
Summary: Uncharted Golden Abyss was a great launch title for the Vita because it showboats the Vita's graphical capabilities and it's a very fun and playable game and has some good touch screen elements for gameplay. Speaking in terms of technical/realistic graphics,Uncharted Golden Abyss is one of the best or perhaps the best looking portable console game to date.It's not just the fact the waterfalls and jungle vegetation in the game look realistic,but the waterfalls also look...
Summary: The question here is obviously whether a game for a portable system can achieve the same level of epic scale that the Uncharted series is known for. The answer is partly yes and partly no. The graphics are great and even if they can't compete with the PS3 they're still capable of showing off the meticulously crafted vistas that Uncharted is known for. I know this because I spotted them occasionally as I was running from things.
Summary: I initially brougth this item because i see that it uses all the capacities of the PSVita, but playing it i see is better than expected. It have a lots of challenges not only for history but for all treasures and secrets it have. History is amazing, graphics looks like the ones on PS3 games and music... oohh the music is one of the bests i've ever heard on any game.
Great combination of the vita's features put into one game.
10 November 2013
Summary: AAlthough I was a bit hesitant at first to get this game, Uncharted: Golden Abyss was definitely the right buy. It is a grrat rpg game with live action and puzzles, it combines all of the playstation vita's features into one game to create a fun user experience. This game is a go.
Summary: I played this game for the first time when I was a Playstation Plus member. It was a great game and did not want to pay the too much for this game. It was a lot of third person shooting scenarios. Also follows the story of Nathan Drake (main character). I highly recommend anyone with a ps vita to get this game!
Summary: In this game, controls are pretty much the same as PS3, thanks to the dual analog sticks. The touch screens are very nice additions. On Vita, I just need to touch the area to climb or jump. essay to use. It minimized a lot of my frustrations of killing Drake due to mechanics. Same with fighting a person. Nice to just be able to swipe in direction of swing the fists!
Summary: Uncharted: Golden Abyss was made to show ps vita abilities, sony managed to serive that purpose. The game will take you through all functions of PS vita. It's recommended as a first game to get. However, coming to the negative part, the touch screen can get annoying sometime, especially in middle of fights where you have to shift between buttons and slide the screen in some direction to execute a move.
Summary: Yes, ironic isn't it? If I got a dollar for every time I said Uncharted was a soulless husk kept alive by hype, I'd be a rich man. And yet, here I stand, giving the portable entry an 8/10. This may seem like madness, this may seem like fantasy, but caught in this landslide of good ideas, there's no escape from reality. This game was reviewed on and is exclusively for the PS Vita . * I... don't know what to say.