Start your review of Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth Write a review Shelves: video-game , fiction Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth is an interesting case study in multimedia franchises gone wrong. Based on the popular, critically-acclaimed Uncharted video game series, Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth is the one and only tie-in novel and follows the hero of the video game series Nathan Drake and his partner Victor Sullivan on another adventure that takes place between Uncharted 2 and 3 although is a completely standalone work that makes no references to previous plot lines. A bit of background Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth is an interesting case study in multimedia franchises gone wrong. A bit of background on the series for those unfamiliar with the Uncharted brand. In addition to the novel, there have been 5 main games to date , a 4-episode motion comic, and a 6-issue regular comic, all of which revolving around Nathan Drake, a modern day treasure hunter.
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Action Adventure , Collectibles , Playstation 4 , Relics? Most gamers out there have heard of Uncharted, and many of them have them high on their most loved games list.
This article is of course about Uncharted 4, the fifth game in the series about Nathan Drake and his fantastic journeys. This time around I decided to get both of the special releases, the Special Edition and the Collectors Edition, if that was a wise decision or not remains to be seen.
Uncharted 4 Collectors Edition is definitely the largest Uncharted box so far at least for me. The box is well designed, great quality and the art direction will make it stand out in my collection. The box is pretty neutral, just like Uncharted 3 was, no explosions or whatever, just a symbol etc. Stickers, so, I got some stickers last year in the Uncharted trilogy and I have yet to open them, I guess I never will even if I got two sets of them. The artbook is good looking, but it is only A5 sized and consists of very few pages.
A really surprising move because these type of big collector items go for full-sized artbooks normally. I have a feeling that this book is just a — mini version — of a full sized and full-priced book, I mean, this is what they did with The Uncharted trilogy book too. I will definitely buy such a book when I see one in person, but I find it sad that such an expensive collectable like this one has a mini edition of the artbook.
Really good details, everything feels solid and of great quality. The posture of the figurine is well chosen and in my opinion a perfect one too because you see this move like a million times in the game.
The figurine pictured from all sides. Attention to details you say? Every detail is there, look at the watch, the gun, the holster, the belt buckle and even the ring. It is almost like you expect to find stuff in his pockets, or real ammo in his gun, or the clock ticking. Some more close-ups of the figurine, it is these things I love taking pictures of, not bums!
I mean details!. This Nathan Drake figurine is sadly not amazing, it is good, maybe even awesome but it is not one of the best ones. I should not complain though, the quality of the stuff inside this box is good, very good and even though it could have been better then I have no idea what it should have been. The box design is identical to Bloodborne and The Nathan Drake Collection, so this is a nice addition to the collection.
I actually like this box more than the huge one from the Collectors Edition, yes I know it is more or less identical, but some stuff just looks better when it is smaller or bigger. E edition, awesome!. Do you recognize these? So, they went the cheap way with the artbook for sure then, both editions have the same one.
E one bar the box. Will, I ever sell these? Anything Uncharted is a win, these 2 boxes are worth my money no matter what, but my scores a 9 and a 7 reflects my disappointment. I decided to write a small review of both Uncharted 4 big box versions, a bit of a let down and at the same time quite….
Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth