I have recently been going through some games I don't play anymore and currently found this series. I own every single title of this franchise and love the game. It is an action packed game with mysteries to solve, fights to win, great gun play, and amazing graphics. This game is based on a treasure hunter :Nathan Drake: who searches for treasure with fellow partners Elena Fisher, Victor "Sully" Sullivan, and Chloe Frazier. They go through some pretty hard times fighting large militias, and treasure goons. Drake has a secret love with Elena that is discovered in the second chapter of the series that runs on through the 3rd and most current game. They are all dirty type characters that fight hard and have terrible attitudes. In most games one character often gets hurt or turns on there friends and ends up switching back sides. They always get saved and comes to a blockbuster cut scene that reveals something new. Sorta like a shocker! Overall the series is great and has an awesome range of sells. It is probably the franchise game for PlayStation and will continue. I always invest my annual amount of money into this game. It is one of the best Action/Adventure games in the business at this point. After all of the jet ski chases, intense shootouts in the middle of the woods, and romantic cut scenes I would rate this game a 9.5/10. It could be a 10 if some of the cut scenes were cut out and had a little better story line. I think Sully gives this game a little more with his hilarious comedy type talk he uses in the game. Not to mention his addiction for Cuban cigars and liquor, it gives him a little something else. If I were a PlayStation owner, I would definitely purchase this game without a doubt. Here is a little discussion between Nathan Drake, and Victor Sullivan provided to me by the famous Movie and Gaming website IMDB. Enjoy~!
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (2007)
Victor Sullivan: I saw the way you were eyeing her...
Nathan Drake: Elena? Heh... I gave up on that when we ditched her at the docks.
Victor Sullivan: All's fair in love and war.
Nathan Drake: Yeah... well what if you can't tell the difference.
Victor Sullivan: Then, my friend, you have a problem.