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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2016)

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Thrown back into the dangerous underworld he'd tried to leave behind, Nathan Drake must decide what he's willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nolan North ... Nathan Drake (voice)
Troy Baker ... Samuel Drake (voice)
Richard McGonagle ... Victor Sullivan (voice)
Emily Rose ... Elena Fisher (voice)
Warren Kole ... Rafe Adler (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Nadine Ross (voice)
Brandon Scott ... Jameson (voice)
Hemky Madera ... Vargas (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Hector Alcazar / Atoq Navarro (Multiplayer) / Talbot (Multiplayer) (voice)
Merle Dandridge ... Evelyn / Nun (voice)
Chase Austin ... Young Samuel (voice)
Britain Dalton ... Young Nathan (voice)
Alejandro Edda ... Gustavo (voice)
Kaitlyn Dever ... Cassie (voice)
Orion Acaba ... Shoreline Mercenary / Villain Hunter Male Sidekick (voice)
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SPOILER: Several years after his last adventure, retired fortune hunter, Nathan Drake, is forced back into the world of thieves. With the stakes much more personal, Drake embarks on a globe trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure. His greatest adventure will test his physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he is willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves. Written by Jacob Snyder

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10 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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The picture that Nathan and Sam take in Chapter 16 can be seen differently in the Epilogue depending if you put a costume on Nathan. See more »

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Not all of the pirates mentioned throughout the game were active at the same time. While records of the era are incomplete and inexact, it's believed that Henry Avery died in the 1690's (possibly 1699 as the game posits). Christopher Condent is mentioned as one of his associates, but Condent wasn't even born until that decade. Anne Bonny, also mentioned, was not born until 1702. Edward England would have been a teenager at the time, being born in 1685. See more »

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Samuel Drake: Sic Parvis Magna.
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An excellent conclusion to a brilliant franchise.
9 September 2016 | by erkucz00See all my reviews

Uncharted 4 is excellent, and to be perfectly honest, would be a great game even without its captivating narrative. The introduction of the rope to game-play, as well as some ante upping on stealth mode are wonderful additions. The game is perfectly paced. The intensity ramps up higher and higher as the story continues. Firefights are much rarer than past installments, and very unique. This game-play variety surprisingly adds a lot to the story. Nate no longer feels like an unstoppable killing machine, but more like an aging man, past his prime, simply doing his best.

Of course, without the story, Uncharted would just be...well.., it wouldn't be AS amazing. But the cinematic plot does not disappoint. It incorporates flashbacks, without using them as a crutch, and unlike past games the plot progression continues even after the cut-scenes end. Those long walks through a path, awkward climbs up rustic buildings, and in this games case, drives through the desert now host interesting conversation rather than mindless, albeit often hilarious banter.

The set-pieces in the game are equally amazing. The breathtaking landscapes sometimes prompt a few minutes of inactivity where the player just stares at Naughty Dog's meticulous attention to detail. And with the new photo mode, this is even more magnificent.

Reportedly, this is to be the last game in the Uncharted franchise. Prior to playing this game, I was disappointed. "I hope its good" I thought, resolving to spend my last few weeks with Nathan Drake and CO. as well as possible, relishing every moment. But A thieves end is different. It does something next to impossible for a gamer. It satisfies. That desire for more that the player felt after uncharted one, two, and three, is totally absent. I may never see Nathan Drake again, and I'm okay with that. From brutal brawls, to death-defying leaps; wide open mountains, to claustrophobic caves, this game is practically perfect in any away.


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