History YMMV / Uncharted

4th Apr '18 5:50:36 PM TheLaughingFist
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* {{Narm}}: The shear Superman level of strength and invulnerability Nate, and later Chloe, needs just to get through the game can be pretty hard to take seriously. Heck even just counting the climbing would mean Nate and his companions have the upper body strength and endurance that would make professional rock climbers look like infants.
9th Mar '18 12:17:49 PM Primis
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** Subverted in ''Uncharted 3''. [[spoiler:It implied that Nate is an escapist character for himself as well; he was never related to Francis Drake and was just an orphan abandoned by his parents.]]
** However ''Uncharted 4'' [[spoiler: suggests that Nate's ''mother'' is the one who believes that she's descended from Francis Drake.]]

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** Subverted in ''Uncharted 3''. [[spoiler:It [[spoiler:It's implied that Nate is an escapist character for himself as well; he was never related to Francis Drake and was just an orphan abandoned by his parents.]]
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parents. ''Uncharted 4'' [[spoiler: suggests expands on this, revealing that Nate's ''mother'' is both Nate and his brother Sam are on the one who believes run, and adopted new identities based on their historian mother's theory that she's descended from Francis Drake.]] Drake had descendants.]]
25th Feb '18 5:20:02 PM nombretomado
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** The first 3 games make a lot of the background details a part of the skybox, such as the mountains in the second game, an approach that is quite obviou and really stands out in comparison to the highly detailed foregrounds. It's especially evident on the PS4 remasters, since the skyboxes weren't upresed like a lot of the other assets were and thus look pixelated.

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** The first 3 games make a lot of the background details a part of the skybox, such as the mountains in the second game, an approach that is quite obviou obvious and really stands out in comparison to the highly detailed foregrounds. It's especially evident on the PS4 [=PS4=] remasters, since the skyboxes weren't upresed like a lot of the other assets were and thus look pixelated.
25th Jan '18 8:51:17 PM Angeldeb82
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: In response to the UnfortunateImplications some felt with the first installment having Drake shooting non-white enemies and trying to steal treasures, NaughtyDog made several narrative changes in the sequels.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: In response to the UnfortunateImplications some felt with the first installment having Drake shooting non-white enemies and trying to steal treasures, NaughtyDog Creator/NaughtyDog made several narrative changes in the sequels.



* HoYayShipping: Drake is frequently shipped with both [[MentorShip Sully]] and [[FoeYayShipping Flynn]]. And now he's shipped with [[IncestYay Sam]], who is in turn often shipped with [[FoeYayShipping Rafe]].
* LesYayShipping: ''Lost Legacy'' has made Chloe and Nadine extremely popular.

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* HoYayShipping: HoYay: Drake is frequently shipped with both [[MentorShip Sully]] and [[FoeYayShipping Flynn]]. {{F|oeYayShipping}}lynn. And now he's shipped with [[IncestYay [[IncestYayShipping Sam]], who is in turn often shipped with [[FoeYayShipping Rafe]].
* LesYayShipping: ** Female example: ''Lost Legacy'' has made Chloe and Nadine extremely popular.



** Nate's indestructible hair, thanks to his hair [[SpecialEffectsFailure never reacting to stimuli like water, wind, gunfire...]]

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** Nate's indestructible hair, thanks to his hair [[SpecialEffectsFailure [[SpecialEffectFailure never reacting to stimuli like water, wind, gunfire...]]



* SpecialEffectsFailure: Nate's hair never responds to water [[note]]presumably because of the high processing cost[[/note]]. For instance, the first trailer for ''Uncharted 4'' shows Nate groggily climbing out of a river. It's very realistic, except for his hair, which is stiff as a brick and barely looks wet. This wouldn't be that noticeable if the games didn't love showing off how his clothes get wet.

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* SpecialEffectsFailure: SpecialEffectFailure: Nate's hair never responds to water [[note]]presumably because of the high processing cost[[/note]]. For instance, the first trailer for ''Uncharted 4'' shows Nate groggily climbing out of a river. It's very realistic, except for his hair, which is stiff as a brick and barely looks wet. This wouldn't be that noticeable if the games didn't love showing off how his clothes get wet.



* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: ''Uncharted: Drake's Fortune'' was noted at the time for its lush and wonderful environments even though it suffered from a few graphical issues. ''Uncharted 2: Among Thieves'' fixes those issues and gives some of the best graphics you can ever have from the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3. ''Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception'' takes it a step further and refines those graphics to make it one of the most visually pleasing games for the system. Then ''Uncharted 4'' came along, blowing all the previous games out of the water in this department, to the point where most people didn't think the first trailer was actually possible in game. It's considered one of, if not ''the'' best-looking UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 games out there--which is saying something since the [=PS4=] is only ''two years'' along in its life when ''4'' came out, setting the bar ridiculously high for any game released after it.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: ''Uncharted: Drake's Fortune'' was noted at the time for its lush and wonderful environments even though it suffered from a few graphical issues. ''Uncharted 2: Among Thieves'' fixes those issues and gives some of the best graphics you can ever have from the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3. ''Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception'' takes it a step further and refines those graphics to make it one of the most visually pleasing games for the system. Then ''Uncharted 4'' came along, blowing all the previous games out of the water in this department, to the point where most people didn't think the first trailer was actually possible in game. It's considered one of, if not ''the'' best-looking UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 games out there--which is saying something since the [=PS4=] is only ''two years'' along in its life when ''4'' came out, setting the bar ridiculously high for any game released after it.
6th Jan '18 6:31:47 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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--->'''[[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee Croshaw]]:''' It is odd how [Naughty Dog] put so much work into making [Nate's] shirt look wet when his hair acts like it's held in place with polymer cement.
6th Jan '18 6:25:45 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AcceptableTargets: '''The British'''. And to a lesser extent, Serbians and South Africans. The third game ''[[AuthorsSavingThrow tries]]'' to counter balance this by adding a British companion to Drake's team and making the villain an American, but the predominant depiction of British characters in the series shows them as either [[EvilBrit thuggish, scheming, or antagonistic]].

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* AcceptableTargets: '''The British'''. And to a lesser extent, Serbians and South Africans. The third game ''[[AuthorsSavingThrow tries]]'' to counter balance this by adding a British companion to Drake's team team, and making the villain fourth game attempts the same by having an American, American as the main villain, but the predominant depiction of British characters in the series shows them as either [[EvilBrit thuggish, scheming, or antagonistic]].
23rd Dec '17 3:22:14 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AcceptableTargets: '''The British'''. And to a lesser extent, Serbians and South Africans. The third game ''[[AuthorsSavingThrow tries]]'' to counter balance this by adding a British companion to Drake's team, but the predominant depiction of British characters in the series shows them as either [[EvilBrit thuggish, scheming, or antagonistic]].

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* AcceptableTargets: '''The British'''. And to a lesser extent, Serbians and South Africans. The third game ''[[AuthorsSavingThrow tries]]'' to counter balance this by adding a British companion to Drake's team, team and making the villain an American, but the predominant depiction of British characters in the series shows them as either [[EvilBrit thuggish, scheming, or antagonistic]].
30th Sep '17 2:58:40 PM dmeagher13
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** The first 3 games make a lot of the background details a part of the skybox, such as the mountains in the second game, an approach that is quite obviou and really stands out in comparison to the highly detailed foregrounds. It's especially evident on the PS4 remasters, since the skyboxes weren't upresed like a lot of the other assets were and thus look pixelated.
27th Sep '17 12:08:03 PM AHI-3000
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* CompleteMonster: [[VideoGame/Uncharted2AmongThieves Zoran Lazarević]] & [[VideoGame/UnchartedTheLostLegacy Asav]]. See those pages for more details.

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* CompleteMonster: [[VideoGame/Uncharted2AmongThieves [[YMMV/Uncharted2AmongThieves Zoran Lazarević]] & [[VideoGame/UnchartedTheLostLegacy and [[YMMV/UnchartedTheLostLegacy Asav]]. See those pages for more details.
10th Sep '17 7:47:37 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[VideoGame/Uncharted2AmongThieves Zoran Lazarevi&#263]] & [[VideoGame/UnchartedTheLostLegacy Asav]]. See those pages for more details.

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* CompleteMonster: [[VideoGame/Uncharted2AmongThieves Zoran Lazarevi&#263]] Lazarević]] & [[VideoGame/UnchartedTheLostLegacy Asav]]. See those pages for more details.
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