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FGE - It’s been a long time coming but finally for the first time since 2011 Uncharted has returned to a Sony home console, this time setting up the characters we’ve so passionately enjoyed spending time with for one last adventure that promises to be both tight, innovative but more importantly memorable. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is a fitting end for this beloved series and whilst some minor elements prevent this last entry from becoming the best in the series, it’s one that will make you laugh, cry and tear yourself up as we say goodbye to Nate, Sully and Elena for possibly the final time. This time around in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, we find ourselves presented with a much more mature take on the Uncharted formula that fans of the franchise will most likely appreciate, being a tale of re-entry out of retirement that by this point is very understandable. After all, we as players have grown with Nate over the course of 10 years, and whilst the game’s central plot is much more reflective and serious in tone, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End still manages to provide a sense of adventure other games in the genre still aren’t even close to mastering.