One of the most disappointing things about Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception was the lack of bonus features unlockable after completing the campaign. Fortunately, the fantastic Uncharted 4: A Thief's End addresses this complaint directly, including a smorgasbord of obtainable extras, ranging from costumes right the way through to gameplay modifiers.

But the rendering options are easily our favourite addition. These allow you to play the entire game with wacky visual filters enabled, spanning black and white all the way through to 8-bit. But by far the best of these is the cel-shaded option, which transforms the entire title into Jet Set Radio. The best part is that, because almost all of the cut-scenes are rendered in real-time, you can have the effects enabled throughout the entirety of your second playthrough.

We've been enjoying the game with the cartoon-like visuals, and figured that we'd capture some footage to share with you. Keep in mind that, while we've tried to use environments already shown in official media, there may be some very minor spoilers in the clip above.