Imagine if your fate was controlled by someone else. If they live, you live. If they die, you die. Your journey for salvation becomes one.
Enter the world of ENSLAVED - the newest IP from Namco Bandai Games and Ninja Theory for PlayStation®3 and XBOX 360®. In ENSLAVED you take on the role of Monkey a strong, brutish loner who has been captured on a mysterious slave ship 150 years into the future. War and destruction have left the world in ruins and you are one of only a few humans left. On the slave ship you encounter Trip - a beautiful, tech-savvy young woman who is also at the mercy of her captors. Trip is anxious to escape so she can make her way back home, but she knows she can't do it alone. She has the brains, but not the brawn - you, as Monkey are her ticket to freedom. You soon become ENSLAVED by Trip - bonded together by a slave headband. If you stray, you will be paralyzed by excruciating pain. If your stay, your fate is in her hands. In both cases, your freedom is no longer your own...
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A good balance of fighting, platforming and adventure. It doesn't excel in any of these aspects, but it manages to time them well enough to keep things fresh. The voice acting is absolutely stellar and the story, while simple, manages to make the characters shine. I wouldn't call it a must-buy, but it's definitely a title you should try if you get the chance. The only real problem with the title is that it's good, just not "great".
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a very good adventure game, with good graphics and two very charismatic main characters. I liked to see the way we could interact between Monkey and Trip. The game has some lags, but nothing to worry about. It's a great game and everybody should buy it at this great price.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a joy to play with quite a lot of variety, a well designed combat system with a fun mix of platforming, co-op style puzzles and imaginative locations. Well voiced cut scenes keep a relatively basic story moving along but the characters work well. Only gripe are the screen tearing/FPS drops and occasional sound glitches evident in the PS3 version (although not sure if this is seen in the 360 version as well). The views are magnificent at times but performance issues can be off putting.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a good game, and I enjoyed playing it. At this price it's a must! The combat mechanics and the "in duo" game-play with Monkey and Trip give the game class, and I'm very surprised that it was not so well received by the critics. Unfortunatlley it has one big problem - it's a bit laggy. On Playstation 3 at least, I'm not sure about Xbox 360. I will recommended it anyway!
I purchased Enslaved oddessy to the west from Zavvi and have been unable to put it down since. And with the fantastic low price I paid for it I'd say it was worth every penny and then some. I highly recommend this game for any gamer that appreciates a well written storyline combined with stunning graphics and fantastic in game music.
Eslaved: Odyssey to the West is a good game for all people who want an action game where you must spend some time on a game without having to commit too. In the game you are a mercenary without name that itself meeting place to help a woman that has the intent of to return home. Forced to help her, finding again yourself with a device that emit electrical charges under commands, you will have yourselves to be untied in a wild atmosphere followed from placed Mech which they try to kill you and traps in order to capture to you. A good title in order to enjoy itself of the action without pretensions.
Gameplay is solid but far from perfect, movement, platforming, combat and camera controls can all feel slightly erratic and imprecise overall. Graphics are great - bright and colourful but a little bit rough around the edges. Facial animation is brilliant, aside from some lip syncing problems it really helps to deliver emotional performances from the characters. Its the engaging story and characters which really kept me playing this game.
This game has a great storyline and a good gameplay. It took me some time to get sucked into the world of this game and to love the main characters (Monky and Trip) but after like 30 minuts I could not let go of this game until I'll know what will happen next : ) If you played the demo on the PSN and you liked where this game is going I highliy recomend you play this game because the story is only getting better and better. The graphics are colorful and nice in the way that Heavenly Sword was and this game is full of action. the game is not repetetive and every time there is something new to descover and new places to see.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a game, which everybody who likes dramatic, "full of emotions" productions should play. It takes you into an epic journey with a lot of beautiful landscapes and a lot of fun. The story is really interesting and it doesn't end after a few hours. After finishing the game there is still something to do (trophies). All in all, Enslaved is worth playing game, which provides one of the best story in last year.
Awesome game at a great price You star as Monkey who has been Enslaved by Trip who requires Monkey's help to return home while avoiding enslavement by the robots who have enslaved most of humanity. The story revolves around these two characters who have been amazingly animated with amazing voice acting with Monkey himself been motion captured and voice acted by the amazingly talented Andy Serkis. Gameplay is very Prince of Persia, you control Monkey as you guide him along platforms across a post apocalyptic world while also combating robots using your trusty baton with Monkey's super human like strength and agility. Now onto the bad points I'm afraid, while the story has been done amazing well and has no fault in my opinion, the same can't be said for the gameplay, the platforming is really shallow with everything that Monkey can crap onto being highlighted with no real thinking involved so you can't possible get lost during the entire game. The combat is half fighting with the robots and bosses and the other half is with the camera, sometimes the camera can get stuck behind the wall and the combat is very button mashing with not much skill required apart from the odd head shot from your baton. You can finish this game in 10 hours with replay value coming from collectables and different difficulty settings. Overall your enjoyment out of it will depend on it's story, if you can put up with it's shallow gameplay and take it for an amazing story with an excellent cast of characters in an amazing crafted post apocalyptic world then by all means buy it at this great price while it last. If you're only interested in its gameplay or you find 10 hours to be to short then maybe a rental would be better for you, for me personally the story more than compensates for its shallow gameplay and definitely worth a purchase for under £20
Enslaved is a title that I waited anxiously, the first gameplay video I realized that it could be a potential masterpiece, especially considering the developers (Ninja Theory), the same as Havenly Swords. Now that is gone, I've finished I can say with certainty that Enslaved is not a masterpiece as I thought because of some flaws, but a great adventure, fun, straightforward, simple and intriguing
First impression of this is not good because of old type Unreal Engine, you feel like you are playing a 2 year old game. Characters looking so easily rendered but when you begin playing like Assassin Creed, Prince of Persia jump and climb type action, it covers you with immense atmosphere. Chacter renders are becoming insignificant with all the atmosphere. Generally amusing, princy and fantastic story in humanless mechanical world.
First impression of the is not good because of old type Unreal Engine, feel like playing 2 years old game. Chacters looking so easy rendered but when you begin playing like Assassin Creed, Prince of Persia jump and climb type action, it covers you with immense atmosphere. Chacter renders are becoming insignificant with all atmosphere. Fighting mode looks like God of War style, push the special buttons when it blinks push and weaken boss. Especially escaping sense is pressuring over you with your mistress. Safe her to be alive. Generally, amusing, princy and fantastic story in humanless mechanical world.
I admit at first i was a bit dubious as it was using the unreal engine to make this game which has been used in other games such as 'Batman: Arkham Asylum" and Gears of War series I believe? So it had a lot of competition in the competitors using its gaming engine to compete against. I tried the XBOX 360 demo but will be buying the PS3 version and I have to admit I was stunned at the graphics, controls and easy movability of the character - hooked me even for a demo!! The enemies were basic for the tutorial of getting used to the controls but saying that they were fun to destroy and the usage of the buttons were easy after a few seconds. The run controls like jumping place to place were also quite easy. It shows you in flashy texture that you can jump to it but the movements between are fluid and if pressed at the right time can be continous and good to watch. It was a shame that the demo was so short to play but it has given me enough for a taster to actually want to go out and buy this game!