Game Time: "Uncharted: Golden Abyss"
The portable gaming market has been
Nathan Drake is back and investigating the 400-year-old massacre of a Spanish expedition by a mysterious sect. As he begins to delve deeper into the secrets the story holds, our lovable hero will find himself confronted by danger in the form of deadly jungles, labyrinthine ruins and armed soldiers. The only things preventing his ultimate demise are your skill and your wits.
"Uncharted: Golden Abyss" is an action-adventure game that utilizes the power of the PS Vita to tell a rich and exciting story while still giving the gamer entertaining and original gameplay elements. To start, melee combat can be accomplished through simple touch controls that will have you tapping and swiping your way to pugilistic victory. Sniping, on the other hand, takes on a first-person view that will have you moving and rotating the system in order to aim your shot and eliminate the bad guys. Movement, while mostly handled with the dual analog sticks, can also be accomplished using various touch-screen motions, whether it's tapping a wall to climb a ledge or swiping your finger across a pipe to make our hero shimmy across. Each of these fabulous features is nothing compared to the brilliant audio and video brought to life by the power of the PS Vita, a feat that will be tough to duplicate on any Nintendo system.
The "Uncharted" series has been a wonderful, and highly profitable, addition to the
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