Article written by Kris Lipscombe.
Published on 13/03/2012 at 01:00 PM.
Let’s get this out of the way to start with, I didn’t enjoy Uncharted 3 as much as the other Uncharted games. The game’s story telling was strong, but the story itself felt the weakest of the series and whilst it wasn’t actually bad, I just didn’t feel it lived up to its siblings.
Of course, the world would be terribly dull if we all looked at things the same way, and Alex’s view of the game in our review was somewhat stronger. He scored the game at 10/10, and even had some words to say about it. The lengths we go to for our audience are ridiculous. I mean actually writing about a game? Unheard of. Anyway, here’s what he had to say:
There’s no question here: this isn’t just the best Uncharted game Naughty Dog have made, it’s probably the best PlayStation 3 game anyone has made – and I’m not sure what other praise I can offer. Understand this: I’ve had such an entertaining experience with Drake’s latest epic that I’m actually struggling to think of any sections I didn’t actually like – and because of that it’s something that I’d encourage everyone to play, regardless of what your tastes might be, so refined is the whole package. A brilliant, brilliant single player, enjoyable co-op and a multiplayer that’ll last for months if not longer.
What’s not to like?
So you’ve heard my thoughts on the game, and those expressed in the review, but now it’s time to tell us what you thought of it. Could you not get enough of Drake’s Deception, or had you had enough by the end? Did it leave you craving more Uncharted, or did you feel like the series could take a break? No matter what your feelings on the game were we want to know. All you need to do to take part is drop a comment below telling us exactly how you felt about Drake’s third PS3 outing.
Once you’ve formed your opinion of the game, you’ll need to finish it off by adding your verdict. Rather than a numeric scale we use the Buy It, Bargain Bin It, Rent It, Avoid It scale in WeView. Just add whatever rating you feel is justified to your opinion of the game and that’s it.
Remember though, if you want your verdict to be included in Monday’s WeView Verdict article you need to have everything done by Sunday evening, otherwise the article will have already been written and you’ll, unfortunately, miss out.
That’s just about all you need to know, get writing!