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Uncharted 2 is an action-adventure game played from a third-person perspective, with the player in control of Nathan Drake. Nathan is physically adept and is able to jump, climb, and scale narrow ledges and wall faces to get between points. Nathan can be equipped with up to two firearms—one single-handed and one two-handed—and a limited supply of grenades; Nathan can pick up weapons, automatically replacing the existing weapon he was using, and additional ammunition from killed foes. The player can direct Nathan to take cover behind corners or low walls using either aimed or blind-fire to kill his enemies. The player can also have Nathan fire while moving. If Nathan is undetected by his enemies, the player can attempt to use stealth to take out enemies, such as by sneaking up behind them to knock them out with one hit, or by pulling an unsuspecting foe over a ledge that Nathan is hanging from. Some areas of the game require the player to solve a puzzle with the use of Nathan's diary that provides clues towards its solution. When enabled, a hint system provides the player direction of where their next objective is.
Throughout the game are special treasures that may be hidden or in difficult-to-reach places that the player can collect. Collecting these treasures, along with completing certain feats within the game, tracked by the awarding of Trophies, give the player in-game money to use to unlock extra content on the disc, including concept art, game movies, and game cheats such as guns with infinite ammunition.
tl;dr: It is about killing mans while you hide behind a rock
It also has some pretty decent reviews. Apparently people who put numbers on games feel that this game warrants a rather high number.
Honestly though, if you need more media or more reason to buy this game, just google it. Or ask! The multiplayer is pretty lag-free and we have a chatroom. Yes, a chatroom! On the PSN! Once you're invited to join, you can join whenever and chat with us about the game (or, indeed, other games!). It's how we coordinate most of our multiplayer.
So play with us, or buy the game and play with yourself. We won't judge.