A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
The protagonist is a treasure-hunter who is willing to bend the rules and use his fists, but he is always charming.
Violence & Scariness
There is some shooting and some blood. Players can also aim at specific body parts, such as an arm, leg or head.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some minor spoken innuendo between the male and female characters.
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Not pushing the envelope but includes "s--t," "a--hole," "hell," "God damn!," "Son of a bitch!"
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
One of the protagonists smokes a cigar.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this game has plenty of shooting and cursing. That said, neither the violence nor the language pushes the envelope, but be aware there's frequent curse words (s--t, a--hole, God damn, son of a bitch, etc.) and you can shoot enemies -- who are human -- in the leg or arm or head (which will result in a different animation). When the player is shot, a blood red border fills the screen to tell the player death is near.
Is It Any Good?
Despite some shimmery edges around parts of the environment, such as trees, the graphics are great, especially the fluid character animation and huge outdoor levels. Plus, every few minutes you will be treated to a short cinematic interlude to help push the story along. There are more than 100 minutes of these high-quality non-interactive sequences and they help add to the suspension of disbelief.
The high production values will attract you to Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, but its tense gameplay will keep you glued to the TV. Armchair adventurers might feel a bit of deja vu with the many borrowed Tomb Raider -like elements, but you won't be disappointed with this polished and immersive single-player journey.
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