On several occasions we'd find ourselves stuck for nearly an hour as we searched desperately for a path to get the next area. View this video to watch me cross it: The rest of the game is a breeze from here so continue on as you normally would. It's cute at first, but the 20th time Drake quips about cleaning off an artifact you'll be rolling your eyes out of your head. Caught in the middle of a rivalry between Jason Dante — his old friend — and Marisa Chase — the granddaughter of an archaeologist who has mysteriously vanished without a trace — Nathan Drake races into the treacherous river basins, undiscovered temple ruins and karst caverns of Central America in search of a legendary lost city, only to find himself pushed to the edge of the Golden Abyss. The globe-trotting treasure hunter is joined in this latest instalment in the blockbuster series by two characters welcomed into the Uncharted universe for the first time - Jason Dante and Marisa Chase. Golden Abyss takes place several years before Drake's Fortune, and features a somewhat more naive Nathan Drake climbing around ancient ruins. Golden Abyss, too, has the burden of proving the worth of the Vita's many different control inputs, meaning that we're asked to swipe at the touchscreen, spin our fingers on the back touchpad, hold the camera up to the lights, and do other motion-controlled hijinks to accomplish what we used to be able to do with a few buttons.
Treasure The Menagerie Bronze Complete the treasure set. Eventually I figured out a trick that worked! It was temperamental, with occasional motion-controlled elements that really didn't fit with the rest of the experience. Caught between the rivalry of old friend, Jason Dante, and Marisa Chase, the granddaughter of an archaeologist who mysteriously vanished, you're going to have to traverse ancient ruins and treacherous jungle terrain in a bid to find out the truth. The same goes for assembling torn pieces of paper into maps or pictures. A aquisição desses arquivos pela internet é de única e exclusiva responsabilidade do usuário.
Well, for starters, Golden Abyss is a full-length Uncharted adventure. For some reason this seemed to give back some of my control. Unlike the first log this one gets easier the more times you do it. Well, an extremely charming archeologist who has no issue murdering a few hundred enemies to get to a golden idol. The Circle of Heaven Bronze Complete the Mystery. .
It's just sort of a cool story, with Drake traveling through a typical assortment of jungle ruins and caves. I'm sure the super-fans remember that, in Uncharted 3, there was a slight delay between pressing R1 and having a gun actually fire. You're not going to run into enemies from the later games, or learn more about Drake's relationships with some of the characters that show up in the sequels. Above: Sniping with motion controls was simple and rewarding In other words, be prepared for a lot of unnecessary poking, prodding, and rubbing. Master Ninja Silver Defeat 50 enemies with hand-to-hand combat. It seems too good to be true, doesn't it? Proof of Life Bronze Complete the Mystery.
Part of this meant using everything the system had, including the Sixaxis motion controls. Hangman Bronze Defeat 20 enemies by shooting from the hip without aiming. The Friar's Pilgrimage Bronze Complete the Mystery. Platinum Platinum Complete the treasure set. More Info Genre Adventure Description Play as Nathan Drake and uncover the dark secret behind the 400-year-old massacre of a Spanish expedition by following the murderous trail of an ancient and secret Spanish sect. Before Drake's Fortune Above: Yeah, that's running on a handheld Turns out Drake's adventures with Elena and Sully on the road to El Dorado were far from the half-tucked hero's first rodeo. Uncharted: Golden Abyss features an intriguing cast of characters for you to spend time with, none more so than the series' hero, Nathan Drake voiced by acclaimed video game actor, Nolan North.
Odessa Mining Company Bronze Complete the Mystery. Gas and Major Tom Thanks! In that, it's essentially retreading over the same areas that the first Uncharted did, with one major difference: the level design simply isn't very strong. The gunplay in Golden Abyss, on the other hand, feels incredibly responsive. Like, more rubbing than you've ever done in a videogame. Rub One Out Bronze Complete all photographs. On Very Easy mode you can almost make it all the way without moving but sadly you die towards the end. The Ring of Earth Bronze Complete the Mystery.
Once the cut scene starts you can quit the game. This one is a bit trickier than the logs because once you get to the top of the initial shack it slows your walking down and you have limited movement. Bounty Arcana Bronze Complete the bounty set. Steel Fist Expert Silver Defeat 20 enemies with a single punch, after softening them up with gunfire. You're excited to put this paper together. Paparazzo Bronze Use the rear touch pad to climb a rope or chain. Golden Abyss isn't trying to be the Star Wars prequels.
There aren't any sudden supernatural elements thrown into the game, or shocking revelations that will change Drake's life. It's a prequel because Bend didn't want to or wasn't allowed make a sequel, so it sort of needs to begin and end on the same note. View this video to watch me cross it: The next log you need to cross with Chase is by a water fall. Then grab your PlayStation Vita and ready yourself for Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Nathan Drake's thrilling first foray into portable gaming. Touch My Rear Bronze Collect first treasure or mystery. The intentionally unmemorable style works, and leaves the door open for many other games that could take place before Drake meets Elena, as long as they all set things back to zero before the credits roll.