‘Naughty Dog’ is bringing back a lot of classic games, but it’s the sequel to Uncharted 4 that is the biggest hit
The last time we saw the Uncharted 4, it was the game’s third and final installment, with a sequel that had more of a sequel feel than the original.
The first Uncharted game, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, was an all-new IP with more of the same story and gameplay mechanics, but with a few major additions that were better suited to the series’ larger universe.
The next two Uncharted games were the last major entries in the series and both were sequels.
That’s how we came to the conclusion that Uncharted 4 is the game to play this holiday season, even if it’s a little different.
But even the sequel we’re most excited about is Uncharted 5.
It’s the one that has the biggest potential to be a triple-A hit this year.
While we’ll have a good idea of what the new games look like at E3 next week, we can expect to see a few different types of gameplay this time around.
We’re not talking about any of the Uncharted games we’re already excited about, but the rest of the series.
First up, there’s Uncharted 4.
The original Uncharted was a solid action game that did away with the series more or less entirely.
Its mechanics and story were all about building your character and finding the perfect combo, but its combat was mostly about dodging, slashing, and jumping over obstacles.
Uncharted 4 does away with that in favor of more traditional gameplay.
Uncharted was an open-world game, but Uncharted 5 is more of an open world.
The biggest change here is that instead of being a single-player game, you’ll now have a multiplayer component.
You’ll play as either a human or a robot, with both of them being able to interact with each other.
Each of the four playable characters has a unique personality, and you can interact with the robots in a variety of ways.
While some of the characters are familiar from the series, there are some new additions that make the characters a lot more interesting to play.
The robot Nathan Drake will play like a typical rogue-like character, but instead of using his signature sword and bow, he’ll use the powers of his robotic buddy, the Human Torch.
The Human Torch can summon fire and light up your surroundings, while Drake can use his signature ice gun and snowblower.
Drake’s robot companion, Sebastian, is a super soldier with the ability to fire laser beams at enemies and use a grappling hook to hold things in place.
There’s also a new character called The Humanizer, a new class that can change into other characters and take on a variety from one another.
The character customization system has been revamped, too.
You can choose from three types of armor and weapons.
You also get to choose between two sets of accessories for your characters.
This allows you to tailor your character to the gameplay style you prefer, and while the armor and weapon options will probably feel familiar to most gamers, there will be new pieces of gear and abilities added to the game that are entirely new.
The game also features some interesting gameplay ideas.
One of the biggest changes in Uncharted 5, at least to me, is that you no longer have to pay attention to your weapons.
Instead, they’ll come to you automatically whenever you open the game.
This gives you the option to play through the story without having to pay extra attention to the controls or how to use them, and it’s something I really like.
It also gives players a bit of control over their progress, since they can actually turn on the “use” menu at any time to see what you need to do next.
You won’t be able to use your gun as much, but you’ll still have to watch out for your health and how much ammo you have.
It gives players some flexibility with how to play the game and make the most of it.
The multiplayer also gets a bit more interesting.
Instead of being confined to single-person play, you can now play with up to four players online, and they’ll all work together to make the biggest impact.
In a multiplayer game, the more players in a match, the better.
You’re more likely to win when there are a lot to win.
That means you’ll be more likely the first one to score, so you can pick off enemies with your team first and then rush in and grab the big prize.
In fact, it’s that type of strategy that lets you beat a lot tougher enemies.
You may think of multiplayer as a grind, but for me, the game has some of its best moments in online play.
You don’t need to be perfect to make a play, but as you progress, you get better at making plays that will work for you.
In addition to multiplayer, Uncharted 5 also includes a single player mode that allows players to play cooperatively against a computer-controlled AI, called the “Naughty Boy.”
It’s a fairly simple system. You pick