Un­charted’s fu­ture looks bright (and ad­ven­tur­ous) with the new pro­tag­o­nist

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with Un­charted: The Lost Legacy, there’s one par­tic­u­lar chap­ter that dab­bles with the idea of an open world area that lets the player com­plete main and side ob­jec­tives in any or­der. Let­ting the player de­cide how they want to pri­ori­tise the ob­jec­tives is a good way to put some con­trol in their hands, in an oth­er­wise lin­ear story.

The AI is smart enough to take de­ci­sions like open­ing fire on spot­ting the en­emy or go­ing stealth but there were few in­stances where the en­emy would fail to ac­knowl­edge the ex­is­tence of Ross when she would pass in front of them but open fire as soon as they spot Frazer. How­ever, these were very in­fre­quent.

Apart from the sin­gle-player cam­paign, the game also sup­ports Sur­vival and Mul­ti­player. Both modes work like a charm with a steady Un­charted 4 user base.

Un­charted: The Lost Legacy brings back im­pres­sive sto­ry­telling that you come and ex­pect from Naughty Dog games along with some great act­ing and game­play that makes 8-9 hours of sin­gle-player story fun to play by.

TOP The game gives a good in­sight on the story of Ganesh-Parshu­rama

MID­DLE It’s fast and ac­tion-packed

BE­LOW RIGHT Vi­su­als are breath­tak­ing

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