I'll agree with Jeff in the following: -It is technically less impressive than PS3 versions -It has gimmicky controls -Lacks huge set pieces -(even though he doesn't say it outright) there is a cognitive disonence between the characters portrayal and your ability to kill armies. Still, the story was plenty engaging, at least for me, to want to see it through to the end, and it didn't feel broken like UC3 felt to me. The gameplay had a lot of arena encounters but they never felt overly abondant like, say, Uncharted 1. I did not feel confused, nor bored, or even feeling empty after the ending. I enjoyed it enough to give it a 4/5.