While being thirteen years old, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune has aged like wine. In some ways, the game almost plays like a movie, with a dynamic camera, a boisterous soundtrack, and a likable cast of characters, which was seriously ambitious for the time. Like most major blockbusters, the plot isn’t anything incredible, but does an ample job holding your interest for 8 hours. Despite some general control quirkiness and occasional confusing level design—as well as the fact that other games in the series trumps this—the first Uncharted game is an enjoyable look back at how Naughty Dog redefined the action-adventure genre.

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