Originally Posted by Mjolnir
Fungal infection? Like the one that gets into ant's brains and makes them climb to the top of the closest tall object and then their head sprouts a body and spreads spores that go off and do the same thing?
yes. That's the premise of the story.
Basically those "zombies" were that but adapted to humans. Which the fungus has been known to do to other species.
Originally Posted by captain_clayman
no, it was reviewed by greg miller of ign who is a HUGE uncharted fanboy. the game is fantastic but does it deserve a 10 out of 10? hell no. neither does almost any game. actually, any game. no games deserve a 10. ever.
Depends how you view a 10 on a rating scale. There will never be a perfect game in existence, it's all subjective. Doesn't mean a game can't get a 10. It's illogical for a rating system to have an unattainable number.
"IGN defines a 10.0 -- a masterpiece -- as "the pinnacle of gaming, a masterpiece may not be flawless, but it is so exceptional that it is hard to imagine a game being better." That's Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. From start to finish, single player to multiplayer, this game sings. The characters, the graphics, the sound, the story – they’re all top notch. If you’re willing to skip Uncharted 3, be prepared to miss one of gaming’s finest moments."
Thats a solid concrete definition to me. And Uncharted 2 and 3 nails every one. Top notch quality in a top notch game. /review
When was the last game you saw that instead of just settling for a physics based object, they went above and beyond the call and made an ENTIRE ocean simulator. Unheard of, just like Uncharted 2's train level. Pinnacle of gaming indeed. And technology.
Does it have flaws? Yes. But is it better than almost every other name out there? Pretty much. The amount of quality and care that goes into them is beyond comprehension, and it shows.Edited by OmegaNemesis28 - 12/12/11 at 6:08pm