There are stories that never seem to happen in the gaming world that somehow become reality.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita platform may not be a successful handheld gaming device in terms of sales. But it cannot be denied that this platform possesses an extremely high quality exclusive game ecosystem. With the continuous development of emulators, there are now PlayStation Vita titles that can be played on mobile devices.
Recently, one of the exclusive games on PlayStation Vita was suddenly playable on the mobile platform. Specifically, it is the game Uncharted: Golden Abyss – one of the games in the popular Uncharted series.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss was released in 2011, as a spin-off game in the Uncharted series. This game, developed by Bend Studio, focuses on Nathan Drake’s quest for the city of Quivira. Although not developed from the father of Uncharted himself, this game is still considered one of the most experienced games on PSVita.
This game offers a bold Uncharted gameplay with quality images, plot and context system. In particular, this is a game built on a handheld gaming platform, which was extremely impressive at the time of release.
After 11 years of release on PlayStation Vita, Uncharted: Golden Abyss is now playable on the Android platform. However, this game has not really run smoothly and stably, instead, it is only about 66% complete. But for Android users, it’s really a great story.