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Format: PaperbackVerified download. This comic book lives up to the Uncharted standards and was not disappointing, except one character that I thought would. This comic-book rendition of Uncharted was a fairly good read. It was entertaining, at least. Coming from someone who has played the video games series a. Uncharted. Adventure alongside Nathan Drake, as Dark Horse Books and Naughty Dog team up to bring you this breathtaking, comprehensive exploration into.

The pages are packed to the brim with explosions, bullets, fisticuffs, chases, and escapes. Just like it should be.

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However, it comes at the cost of build-up. While the bread and butter of the Uncharted series is its large set peices and jaw dropping action, that's not all it is.

In between those moments lies the soul of Uncharted. Its characters. It's what adds weight to all the bedlam in the story, and this book doesn't have it. It's not all Williamson's fault, though. It can't be easy to condense a style of story that's meant to last eight to twelve hours counting gameplay into six tiny comics.

It's just not enough time to develop everything that makes these stories great. In addition to the character moments, the main mystery suffers from the shorter presentation as well. The story of Richard Evelyn Byrd and The Amber Room is really interesting, but it's forced to develop so fast that we never have time to appreciate each twist because it's quickly shoved aside so the next revelation can be made.

The story overall would have really benefited from an extra two issues or so. A few other annoyances exist, such as the frequent use of dramatic These are minor complaints, though.

What is wonderful about the book, though, is the art. The pencils are detailed and consistent with the style of the games while still being unique enough to be enjoyed as more than just a good copy of the game's style. The action is portrayed wonderfully, with dramatic angles and excellent coloring.

Even though the action scenes are disappointingly shallow, at least they're a lot of fun to look at. Of special note is the final set peice of the story, which looks phenomenal.

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The colorists especially should be proud. It's too bad that what could have been a fantastic book is stripped down to a generic adventure story. Fun, but with little substance. The art saves it from two star territory, but it's still only a "recommended for series fans only" type of book.

May 18, Joshua Shioshita rated it liked it Shelves: If you're a fan of the video game franchise then definitely give this a read. It also feels like they tried to cram too many historical mystery archaeology plot points into the tale where one would have sufficed. In the end though, the art captures the aesthetic of the story perfectly, and the characters are well represent If you're a fan of the video game franchise then definitely give this a read.

In the end though, the art captures the aesthetic of the story perfectly, and the characters are well represented. If you can get past the rushed plot, you'll definitely enjoy it. Where the video games are a three course meal, this is a tasty amuse-bouche. Mar 03, Eachan Harrison rated it really liked it.

WOuld make a great film. Put Nathan Fillion in as the main character! Jul 25, Natalie rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is basically a prequel to the first game, and details a job that Chloe worked with Nate and Sully. It set everything up perfectly for the first game, but I missed Elena. She and Nate have some really funny dialogue and I love them together.

Dec 10, Jay rated it liked it. This comic-book rendition of Uncharted was a fairly good read. It was entertaining, at least. Coming from someone who has played the video games series a number of times, it was exactly what I expected. The storyline is not much different than any of the ones you will find in the video games, except noticeably, and obviously understandably, compressed. For that reason, it kind of felt like it was missing something, but everything made sense and worked out properly, so I guess that feeling just c This comic-book rendition of Uncharted was a fairly good read.

For that reason, it kind of felt like it was missing something, but everything made sense and worked out properly, so I guess that feeling just comes from being used to a story long enough to fill up ten or so hours of gameplay. The characters and their distinct senses of humor and attitudes were portrayed wonderfully. This comic would make an interesting game, if expanded, and so I think that calls for three stars.

It was funny and entertaining, but nothing extraordinary or too impressive. Still, it's worth what little time it takes to sit down and read it if there's nothing else too pressing going on in life, and if you're a big fan of the franchise. After reading other reviews here on Goodreads, I realize what I felt was missing. The in-between stuff. All of the action and fun jokes are here in the pages, but the curiosities, suspense, and true moments of plausibility in the characters have eluded this work.

Again, for understandable reasons - there is only so much room to fit in all of the explosions and bullet sprays necessary to complete an Uncharted adventure here. The exciting action parts made the cut, but the really great stuff, the stuff that makes the series so incredible, is missing.

I'll leave my rating at three stars, though at this point, I'm feeling more like 2. Jun 15, Christa Mitchell rated it it was amazing. I couldn't give this graphic novel less than five stars. Firstly because it is "Uncharted", and secondly even if this story was kinda cramped and left you wanting more, its tight quarters will be enough even in its lack of length just to leave you with a smile on your face.

The artwork is phenomenal. I was worried that the uncharted characters would lack in detail, but the first couple pages quickly dismissed the idea.

Nathan's starting lines of "Crap" was a goldmine. The story is a great addi I couldn't give this graphic novel less than five stars.

The story is a great addition to the series and easily could have been made into another game. I loved it and I could read it again. Maybe even just to look at the artwork again.

Jan 02, Adam Luptak rated it liked it Shelves: While a fan of the Uncharted games, I tried to approach this with only the expectation that it would be a fun little adventure romp. It never really exceeded those expectations, however, and was a little skimpy on fun.

As a fan, I can credit it for not breaking continuity, and all returning characters seemed in-character. Bottom line: I freaking love to have a controller in my hand and I sometimes get angry at my books for tearing me away.

But this week I was treated to a wonderful nerd convergence. Nathan Drake is a roguish treasure hunter and descendant of famous explorer Sir Francis Drake who, together with his mentor and friend Victor Sullivan, globe trots to exotic locations in search of valuable and usually supernatural antiquities.

Think Indiana Jones in the modern world. There in that first syllable of the first line of dialogue is all you need to know to fall in love with our rapscallion adventurer. Drake has always been intensely likable in the game series and writer Joshua Williamson has captured that perfectly within the pages of this first issue. In fact he is more charming and affable because, transplanted out of the the context of a video game, he no longer has to kill every pirate and thug he encounters.

The co-op multiplayer mode allows up to three players to take the roles of Drake and two other "hero" companions and features missions involving gunfights, platforming, and teamwork-based objectives. Six competitive modes are featured, including single or team-based deathmatches , and team-based objectives.

Furthermore, multiplayer allows players to accrue points and rank up, which can be used to download more skins for both heroes and villains. The game was a browser-based game with alternative reality elements. Consisting of ten chapters, the story, serving as a prequel to Drake's Fortune, recounts journalist Elena Fisher hiring a private detective to track down famous treasure hunter Nathan Drake believing he is onto something big.

The game was played using a Google Maps plugin to locate game areas within the real world, in conjunction with a Flash Player to explore those fictional locations such as Drake's apartment for clues to the next location. It was designed by Hayato Kisaragi and allows between two and four players to compete for treasure and fight enemies.

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The second part was released on November 25, , while the third and fourth parts released simultaneously on December 7, Uses the same voice clips from the video game. Written by Joshua Williamson, with art by Sergio Sandoval and covers by Adam Hughes , it was released on November 30, , as part of a 6 issue mini series. It features bios of the game's cast and crew at Naughty Dog, as well as QR codes for exclusive video clips of the game. The novel is written by Christopher Golden and published by Del Rey Books , and follows the search for Daedalus 's Labyrinth , a maze used to hold the Minotaur , a monster from Greek mythology.

Russell had been set to write and direct the film, an action-adventure based upon the first game in the series. Russell 's film, The Fighter , he was approached by a fan of the Uncharted series who asked whether he had considered Nathan Fillion for the role of Nathan Drake for the upcoming film due to the high number of requests for him to fulfill the role.

Russell was unaware of the interest in Fillion and who he was and seemed to quickly dismiss the idea.

He stated that David O. Russell was currently writing the script and was excited for what he had in store, hoping to shoot in the middle of "I'm obviously in whatever David wants to do but the idea of it is so off the charts: De Niro being my father, Pesci being my uncle.

It's not going to be the watered-down version, that's for sure.

Russell had dropped out from directing the video game film, with a new screenwriter being sought by Columbia Pictures.Its characters. I'll leave my rating at three stars, though at this point, I'm feeling more like 2.

The plot itself is a lot of fun and has me interested but the manner in which it is delivered can sometimes be obtuse. Published by Insight Editions. All of the action and fun jokes are here in the pages, but the curiosities, suspense, and true moments of plausibility in the characters have eluded this work.

Sort order. Shelves: graphic-novels , reviewed If there is any entertainment medium other than video games that would embrace the thrill-a-minute, breakneck pacing of an Uncharted story, comics would be that medium.