Uncharted and great narrative in the same sentence?
Sure, why not? It's not like the definition of a "great narrative" is anything but subjective back-patting. The games managed to endear themselves to a large number of people through charming characters, snappy dialogue, and an air of adventure with a dash of levity. I personally hate the Uncharted games, but any fiction that can create a personal relationship between the audience and the characters deserves credit on at least that level.
Some people think Lightning is a good character, I wouldn't say they deserve any patting on the back for making that lifeless husk, but that is me.
Maybe instead of tearing into those that do think she's a good character at every opportunity (because seriously, how many threads have you used this exact same line in?), you should ask yourself why people do and maybe try to find out instead of using it as an empty example.
This is getting off-topic from the purpose of the thread, but I personally do find Lightning an interesting character and a well-written one. She's among my favorite Final Fantasy characters as a whole, as well, and if we're going to compare her to, say, Nathan Drake, well, I was never that enamored with Uncharted, so that puts him at a distinct disadvantage from my standpoint. Nathan's an entertainingly written character, I'll give him that, but otherwise he's not my cup of tea.
There aren't very many things I haven't seen him attack for one reason or another, to be fair.