The Uncharted: Golden Abyss game is a PlayStation Vita exclusive title that was released in 2011 in Japan, and in 2012 in the rest of the world. It was one of the launch titles for the now-defunct PlayStation Vita and it really did a great job pushing the platform to its limit.
Since it was meant to be a PlayStation Vita-only title, it takes advantage of the new tilt and touch controls of the Vita, but also its camera and sensors. This is, in part, one of the reasons the game was omitted from the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection remaster on PlayStation 4.
Compared to the rest of the Uncharted games, this one was not made by Naughty Dog, but rather by Sony’s Bend Studio which at the time was one of the few studios to know all the details about the upcoming PlayStation Vita.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss: How Many Chapters Are In the Game
This game is way too long! It has 34 chapters.
The first time I played this game, I felt like the story dragged for too long, and the end credits screen was a relief. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a nice game, maybe one of the best I’ve ever played on a portable console, but at some point, it becomes a bit boring and repetitive.
The gimmicky quick-time actions where you have to swipe the screen in certain directions or balance yourself with the tilt controls also started to get old quite fast after chapter 15 or so.
Some of the chapters tend to be really short, for example, chapter 13 is essentially just an interactive cutscene where you can tap the shining artifacts to collect the treasures while Nate and Chase talk to each other.
Overall, the chapters are also much shorter than they tend to get on the console, so even though there are 34 chapters, they are nowhere near as long as the console chapters.
All Uncharted: Golden Abyss Chapters List
The Uncharted: Golden Abyss game is structured into 34 chapters, each chapter bearing a name. Below you can find the name of all chapters in order.
Prologue: I’m Telling You… It Was Drake…
- You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
- No Prison Tats
- Nothing But Some Old Bones
- Why’s the Building On Fire?
- I’m Not Leaving Without It
- I’ll Break Your Fingers
- He Cut a Deal
- Learning the Hard Way
- He Gave Them Everything
- That Makes Three of Us
- Finders Keepers?
- What That Means to Me
- My Grandfather’s Sanctuary
- He Was Never Coming Back
- Chimera to Ward Off Evil
- Chamber of the Seven Fathers
- Give Me My Gun
- Spilling Blood for Me
- Proving Your Worth
- Sticking Your Neck Out
- Without a Paddle
- Chew the Hide Off a Rhino
- Keep Your Head Down
- Ride of the Valkyries
- I Forgot to Mention
- Farther Than It Looks
- The Gateway to Hell
- Trapped Like Rats
- Doorway of the Gods
- The Lake of Ghosts
- A Sacrifice of Blood
- There’s No Turning Back
- Getting My Hands Dirty
- The Revolution Ends
There you have it, all 34 chapters of Uncharted: Golden Abyss. Some of these chapters are really short, while others are jam-packed with action and combat. We highly recommend that you play on Easy difficulty first.
One of the hardest chapters to beat is the Chapter 34 which has you beat Guerro in a QTE fight. The fight is so much harder on a higher difficulty setting, because the swipes may not register as fast as you need them.
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