15 Minutes With The Remastered Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

15 Minutes With The Remastered Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection is a pretty solid attempt at convincing everyone to re-purchase games they’ve already played in GLORIOUS HD resolution and it’s pretty easy to be cynical about it, but last night I spent some time with all three games in the collection and the package looks spiffy. Come on in and watch me play the first 15 minutes of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.

Of the three, I definitely feel as though Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune has aged the most, but I was quite blown away by how modern the game still looks. A lot of work has clearly gone into polishing this game up and it looks… actually pretty incredible.

First off an apology. I didn’t realise until this morning, because I’m a video capture noob of massive proportions, but I made the rookie error of accidentally recording the TV audio. It’s a little irritating but not completely unbearable. It’s only really an issue during the cut-scenes, so feel free to skip those sections if you just want to see how the game looks and plays. I am not very good at this stuff but I promise to get better (and eventually buy better equipment!)



  • Funny that you say that it’s easy to be cynical about it, because I’m considering buying it like the apparent sucker that I am. Never finished Uncharted 3 on the PS3, bought Uncharted 2 but never gave it a proper go because I didn’t finish 3. Now I’ve got a PS4, I’m too lazy to plug in the PS3 to go back to them. Damn you, Sony.

    Also, best commentary since Martin Tyler.

    • I only played Uncharted 1, but the remastered collection will probably be the first thing I pick up whenever I get around to buying a PS4.

  • in GLORIOUS HD resolution

    Weren’t they technically in HD resolution (720p) to begin with on the PS3? They are just in Higher Definition now on PS4?

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