And now announce Beyoned Two Souls (f reviews) , and The Last of Us for the PS4...
Then it's an instant buy for me.
Anyways, let's hope they aren't flooding the multiplayer with content again, that was their mistake with Uncharted 3...
They wanted to add too much (loadouts, buddy system, kickbacks, boosters, game modes, legacies, not even talking about the stat hats etc..) while they didn't work everything out as well as they should have.
And this time around, fix the technical issues in your engine Naughty Dog, it's funny how they said something about 60 000 glitches in a certain phase of development... that's nearly the same as the amount of glitches the game still has now lol..
Delaying how fast you can do 2 high fives didn't fix the airwalk glitch, it only bothered the honest players trying to get high fives..
How you should have fixed it was by not being able to stand in air, as in, make the character fall down when there isn't anything below the character... the list goes on.
Also make tweaks in singleplayer return.. an airwalk tweak would be awesome, it's extremely entertaining to airwalk in Uncharted 2 singleplayer (or co-op for that matter) Not that it will happen, they don't like to show what kind of tricks they use to save power and development costs..)
Anyways, I would say I'm hyped... but then again, there isn't anything known about it besides the teaser..
Im guessing the setting is in an island off the coast of Madagascar called ile Sainte-Marie which was home to the legendary pirate utopia Libertalia. The motto of this utopia was "for God and Liberty"!
Libertatia (also known as Libertalia) was a possibly fictional anarchist colony founded in the late 17th century in Madagascar by pirates under the leadership of Captain James Misson. Whether or not Libertatia actually existed is disputed. It is described in the book A General History of the Pyrates by Captain Charles Johnson, an otherwise unknown individual who may have been a pseudonym of Daniel Defoe. Much of the book is a mixture of fact and fiction, and it is possible the account of Libertatia is entirely fabricated.
According to Johnson's description, Libertatia lasted for about 25 years. The precise location is not known, however, most sources say it stretched from the Bay of Antongil toMananjary, including Île Sainte Marie and Foulpointe. Thomas Tew, Misson, and an Italian Dominican priest named Caraccioli were involved in founding it.
Building upon the legend, Skol brewery released a beer, Libertalia whose advertising is largely centered around the island's history of piracy.
Heres a link to read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertatia
Haven't seen it mentioned yet in any post in this thread, unless I completely overlooked it. Did anyone pick up on the part about "Every betrayed us all". At first I didn't pay much attention to it, but by the 3rd time I watched the trailer it begain to stick out to me that Every, could be a name. A simple google search and what do you know:
"Henry Every was a seventeenth century pirate who was called “The Arch Pirate” and “The King of Pirates” by his contemporaries, staged the most profitable pirate raid in history, and was never caught – retiring to enjoy his wealth. He also betrayed a lot of his men, and his wealth wasn’t found. He did operate around Africa, as well as India and the Caribbean. It’s important to note that the time Every operated in was long after Sir Francis Drake."
This along with the pirate looking character models, gives us some good stuff to speculate on.