Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review Roundup, Still a Great Game Even Without Drake
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is supposed to be an expansion for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and we have seen some gameplay footage but is that enough? Well, the reviews of the game have started coming in and it seems that critics are enjoying the experience. This Uncharted: The Lost Legacy review roundup will tell you what the critics have to say about the game.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has been developed by Naughty Dog and has been published by Sony. This is a PS exclusive title like the rest of the games in the Uncharted series. The game features Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross and unfortunately, we do not see Nathan Drake.
The game is expected to come out on August 22nd in North America and August 23 in Europe and Australia. The game will cost US $40 / £25 / AU $55. Check out the Uncharted: The Lost Legacy review roundup below for the details.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review Roundup
“The Lost Legacy doesn’t signify a new era for Uncharted so much as it presents an opportunity to show the series from new perspectives, for which Chloe and the AI-controlled Nadine are perfectly capable.”
“Uncharted: The Lost Legacy succeeds on the strength of its protagonists, writing, and phenomenal depiction of India’s jungles and ruins. Being in the company of Chloe and Nadine keeps its overly familiar action sequences and disappointingly empty open-world area interesting.”
“I went into Uncharted: The Lost Legacy expecting a light stand-alone adventure, but it turns out to serve a much greater purpose. Despite the new protagonist, this game serves as a celebration of everything the Uncharted series has come to represent over a decade of mostly strong releases from Naughty Dog.”
“Perhaps it is unfair to expect more of a glorified expansion pack, but it was Naughty Dog that raised our expectations were with the excellent Left Behind add-on for The Last of Us; it seems as though, with its changing of the guard,”
“It might be shorter–as reflected in the price–but The Lost Legacy is a great Uncharted and a dazzling example of a studio at the top of its game. To be honest, I wouldn’t have believed that Chloe and Nadine could make such fantastic, sympathetic protagonists or that Naughty Dog could stretch the formula out for another 10 hours, yet it has and I loved every minute.”
Let us know what you think about Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and whether or not you are interested in buying the game.