Iron Galaxy made the PC ports for Crash Bandicoot and Spyro, so it generally bodes well, though both have some very rare but serious bugs.According to a PlayStation Blog post the Collection will be released in early 2022, though the PS5 version will be released first while the PC version will arrive “shortly after”...the PC version is in development by our partners at Iron Galaxy...
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Not sure if I'm going to get this on PC or not. I have all the other games on the Playstation, so I might just snag this one on PS5 just to keep them all as a set. At the same time, I have to admit that I'm curious how the game will perform with details cranked and things like DLSS, ray tracing, and framerates over 60fps.
I still think it's the worst Uncharted game over the long haul BUT that first playthrough is pretty amazing. It's very story-focused and you barely even shoot at anything for the first half of the game. The latter sections are closer to the old games. Lost Legacy, too. In fact, Lost Legacy is probably a better game than U4 is. The plot is a throw-away, but the game itself is good and some of the puzzles and secrets are pretty damn challenging.
I still think it's horribly miscast, though. They went for big names, but actors that don't really represent the characters well. Sully, especially. Elena seems oddly absent, so they might've combined her with Chloe.
I am ok with Wahlberg as Sully. Holland as Nathan is a no. Wahlberg might of been a good Nathan if he was younger.
This was my exact experience as well. The first and second games are absolutely superb, probably in my top 15-20 games of all time. Third was fun, but the story lost some steam. Fourth has all the constituent parts of a great game, but fell short -- I didn't finish it and hardly remember anything (apart from having to save your brother or something...)I didn't know what to expect going into the first one originally on PS3 and it ended up being one of the few games that I sat down and completed the same day I started it. 2 would have been the same way if it wasn't much longer than the first. 3 was rather forgetful as I honestly don't remember anything about it. But with 4 I never actually got around to finishing it.
This was my exact experience as well. The first and second games are absolutely superb, probably in my top 15-20 games of all time. Third was fun, but the story lost some steam. Fourth has all the constituent parts of a great game, but fell short -- I didn't finish it and hardly remember anything (apart from having to save your brother or something...)
The film trailer looks generic as heck. It's going to be real bad. Not 90s Mortal Combat bad, but still "I can't believe I just wasted two hours of my life" bad.