The PlayStation Vita system's touch controls are perfect for playing card games, so it's always easy to jump into Uncharted: Fight for Fortune for a quick hand on the go. Most rounds challenge you to reduce your opponents' health to zero, while others test you in different ways, such as keeping a character alive or collecting gold.
The first phase of a game asks you to draw a card from the Hero, Villain or Mercenary decks, all with their own unique abilities. Each character has a cost that is deducted from your team's bank, so spend wisely or you may end up with Doughnut Drake when you actually wanted the more athletic Nathan. With a range of different characters, quickly building up points to play stronger cards is the key to success. Never ignore cheaper cards though, as their skills can be essential.
Next, you'll draw a Fortune card from the deck. These can be banked immediately for gold or you can take a gamble by giving it to a character for bonus funds. This is riskier, although it can prove profitable as gold can be used to purchase resource cards. Rewards are there for the taking - are you brave enough to take a chance?
Resources can tip the balance between winning and losing by adding extra attack or defence points to characters. These can be used to protect weaker cards, or surprise opponents with an unexpectedly powerful attack in the final attack phase. Good luck, treasure hunter, and don't lose your head...