Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
In the sequel to Drake's Fortune, Nathan Drake comes across a map that showcases the location of Marco Polo's missing ships. It takes him on a journey to find the infamous Cintamani Stone, and uncover the truth behind it.
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Uncharted 2 is a longer game than Uncharted 1, yet it feels shorter, because the pacing is impeccable. And that's really what carries the game. The breakneck pacing.
The game starts with you hanging off of a train, then flashes back to a botched heist, and then suddenly you're shooting russians in a jungle and talking about Marco Polo, and by the end of the game you're blasting through swarms of immortal yeti people while jumping through an exploding lost civilization.
It's dumb, the shooting's fun, and I enjoyed every second of it.