Absolutely a massively underated game. Yes its an xbox 360 port but with the new patch update and controller support, its quite beautiful in two ways. Graphically, yes its dated graphically but atmospherically it more than makes up for it. I personally really like the washed, sun bleached look. It all works brilliantly to be another character in itself. Bleak, dusty and desperate. You will stair in wonder at the sun glare and vista's threw broken building windows, but despair about looking down to the dust soup below that you know you have to delve into.
The second positive is its combat is a really great attempt at different. You are taught to think about using the tools they give you with such an incredibly limited ammo supply, seriously limited. I have used the same one arrow for my bow in nearly every battle.
The added genius of a taunt option where you threaten with your pistol so that thugs back away at its sight and beg not be shot is great. However they will grow in confidence if you taunt to much and call your bluff realising that the gun is actually empty. Then they may attack, so will you machete, use the bow or run. You will die in this game, but each time it teaches you this is survival, so survive. It has a very standard but competent climbing and traversing mechanic which does its job well with good animation, although our hero does choose his own path occasionally.
If I have one gripe its that the save system is spread out quite a bit and when you have exhausted your in-between checkpoint tokens, gathered for saving civilians along the way, you will be sent back quite a way to a previous save point, and with this loose a lot progress that you may have made.
This game rewards exploration if you wish to risk it but with such intermitant saves points it also holds exploration back somewhat which is its only slight issue.
For a couple of pounds on steam, even if you pay a fiver i highly recommend this little gem. Think 'Shadow of the collosus' meets 'the last of us' and you are there.