Outside of a initial “Uncharted” game, a categorical array entries were extensive affairs. “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy” bests them all in a concision and pacing.
Without a doubt, “The Lost Legacy” is a best entrance in a “Uncharted” array to date.
-It’s got a torpedo opening (that we won’t spoil here),
-It immediately gets we into an open-ended, pleasing universe that’s constantly fun and engaging to correlate with.
-It feels a best, in terms of impression control, of any diversion in a series. Sneaking around enemies is generally robust.
-It comes with 0 baggage. If we don’t know anything about prior “Uncharted” games, that’s fine. It’s a ideal one-off adventure.
I never found myself wearied or undone with “The Lost Legacy.” If anything, we had to ceaselessly remind myself to pierce brazen instead of staring during a outrageously pleasing universe Naughty Dog built.