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Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection is a little too much on its achievements

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection Review
It is the gentle primer of a year 2022 which promises to be a little more charged for Sony than 2021 has been. While waiting to see real new titles, the manufacturer continues to occupy the field with remasters and portages from its pre-existing catalog. After placing the GOD OF WAR 2018 on PC, here is time to spend the last episodes of Uncharted on PlayStation 5, a slight fuel machine these last weather. The arrival of this Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection should not be a meager slab for those who would have had the chance to get their hands on the machine.

In the same way that the first three episodes of Uncharted had been entitled to their compilation PS4, the two PS4 components therefore go together on PS5. The Legacy of Thieves Collection brings together Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, opus supposedly final released in 2016, and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, spin-off / best-of, arrived a year later. Two titles that had already died the gallery by their technical virtuosity on a very limited hardware and who find with this porting a box at their waist, rather than a real new breath. And we can understand it to a certain extent: Uncharted 4 and The Lost Legacy are, still today, magnificent games artistically and extremely succeeded technically, whose improvement margin is finally fine enough. Difficult to believe that they already accuse five or six years of age, both still hold the high drama to new generation titles.