Did not even try to finish this game...too much bad language.
Do these studios know that you don't have to have all that bad language in a game to make it good? Do you know anyone who just finished playing a great game and said "What a great game, I just wished they would have took God's name in vain a few times too complete the experience."
If you just have to do this junk in a game then it should be rated Mature!!!
posted by BenderTheRobot (LOS ANGELES, CA) Nov 8, 2011
Member since Nov 2011
gamers (22%) found this review helpful
It's pretty, it's a great ride, it's 'a movie experience.'
In other words this is a rail shooter. I waited for this game for a long time, and once I got it, finished it within a single day, quite annoyed.
The worst part is there is no replay value. There are no puzzles (unless you're 3-5) and the 'combat' system is repetitive, clumsy, and contrived. Yeay it's another cover shooter with sloppy aim and no zoom function.
Personally I blame MW:Black Ops for spreading the notion (as evident by its mass sales) that a rail-shooter where the player basically just has to push a button or two is somehow a better gaming experience than an actual game where you have to do things (e.g. Portal 2, Assassins Creed, etc.)
...I just feel brokenhearted by Uncharted 3. It could have, should have, but ultimately didn't.
As a side note, some portions of the game make it very evident that it was developed in parallel chunks because the mood and content of some cut scenes don't actually follow from one another. But that's giving the game a movie critique.