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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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West caught my eye a couple of months ago. This is truly a nice looking game with a decent flow. The music and overall atmosphere of the game are amazing and can lock you into the game for hours. The main characters of the Enslaved are somewhat something average that you would expect from Namco Bandai. The game is really intense on the relationship between the main characters. Enslaved has over 10 chapters but doesn't feel like it takes for ages to finish. Hours somewhat fly buy as you get absorbed into the game. On the bad side the only reason I doubted on giving it the full 5 stars was the final touch. Enslaved is like draft of a A- paper that could have used this final touch to receive it's perfection. But in overall a really nice adventure action game. And those are really hard to find these days.
I heard that the story of Enslaved: Odyssey to the West was good, but I wasn't prepared to be so absorbed with it. The backgrounds are beautiful and well done, especially the first half of the game. The main characters have a lot of charisma, and the story is great (I didn't specially like the ending, but everyone has different tastes). Also the DLC is great as well, you don't play as a monkey in it, you play as a fat sniper (pigsy), and it's very fun. I couldn't stop playing and I wanted to finish it in one go, but had to sleep. All in all, I would say that this is one of the best games I've played on the Xbox 360. So go for it without fear.
"My life- Your life". Enslaved: OTW its just what you expect from this kind of title. This game includes: parkour, fights, boss fights, chasing sessions and a really great story. For its price Enslaved delivers a great expirience though to its short length and the lack of polish in few levels. beside these its a really cool game worth trying. It can really take you away for a moment from all the FPS titles on the market this day to a journey I recomend for everyone :) 4\5 for me.
Starting the game you can feel a little easy and "one more of the same", but not, in few minutes more, you start play a complete and great adventure. Good action, with a great story and wonderful place make this game a complete portal to introduce you to a fantasy world. The moments of fighting are difficult if not using your wits. And the skills of the character (and improvements) decide to make your fighting style, whether brutal or stealth. This game is certainly a great story to be lived as it immerses you in all its action and fantasy. Recommended.
This was a game I wanted to buy a long time, but always kept postponing it for the grace of other games. The main thing that attracted me was it was similar to prince of Persia game play, which is one of my favorite games, and I always look for games in this genre. My overall view of the game after completing it and achieving 1000 G score, is this: Its a multiplatform game, better on the 360, which has some issues in some areas, dropping framerate and some controls being heavy, but overall is a very beautiful game, filled with color and sometimes amazing backgrounds and scenery, and I would recommend this to anyone who loves this genre. My overall rating would be close to 7-7.5/10 its a very fun game, not particularly hard, and for this price you should definitely check it out
I thought that this game would be good but it's even better than I initially thought. I like everything - from the style (I would call this stylized realism) to the story to the jokes and the gameplay. I have been waiting for humorous and interesting games for ages (probably after Psychonauts and that was a long time ago) and this is it. The characters alone is enough to buy the game especially at this price. Recommended to anyone with a good sense of humour and a desire to explore these colourful and beautiful environments.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a colorful action adventure written by Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Sunshine) and inspired by a classic Chinese novel Journey to the West. It is set 150 years in the future when our planet and the remaining human survivors are suffering from the effects of a global war. Players take on the role of a brave survivor Monkey, who has to escort a girl named Trip to her home, otherwise she will kill him with a special headband that Monkey wears on his head. There is another trick - if she dies, he dies. Enslaved is one of a kind sci-fi story filled with emotions, sharp dialogue and memorable characters. Like any other game it also has some problems. For example, the platforming is pretty straightforward and a lot easier than what you would normally expect from an action adventure game. Also the camera can be a little tricky at times and campaign doesn't last more than around 8-10 hours, but a brilliant storyline, colorful graphics and one of the best voice acting in the history video games certainly outweight these problems. If you are looking for a unique science fiction story, told through emotional and fantasticly animated scenes, look no further, because this is probably as good as it gets.
An enjoyable game but can be a bit simplistic and lacks polish in certain areas. Combat is just a case of strong attack and weak attack and the platforming is very on rails. Simply push in the vague direction of where you want to go and the game will make sure you get there. Graphically it is very nice but it does have some clipping issues and in the cutscenes especially the characters hands will disappear through the world and each other, switches will be pulled by simply putting their hands near it and so on. I never found it ruined the experience but it is obvious. The story is great and if you have read the book or watched the TV show as a kid you will know the basic idea. The very basic idea. The game really just takes a couple of names from characters and has them going over there. That's where the similarities end. However, that isn't a bad thing, the relationship between Monkey and Trip is interesting and the game has incredible voice acting and facial animation that really brings the story to life. Just be prepared to dislike Trip as she basically kidnaps you at the start of the game and threatens you with death when you don't do as she says. I almost didn't mention Pigsy. Now I have. Happy gaming.
Absolute must buy game for anyone that likes a game with a great story you can not stop playing untill you see the end. Great facial and character animation, you have to see it for yourself. Great game, don't let this one go, you won't be disappointed and you will enjoy one of the best story driven adventure games of 2010.
I will have to admit this is one of the best Xbox 360 games i have played in a long time. Its a great platform game mixed with combat and a great storyline for me. The game is set in an post apocalyptic world set in America. You play as Monkey (voice by Andy Serkis) who becomes the helper but not by choice to Tripp. Main thing to the game is that if you die, she dies and same the other way round. At times you will have to carry her and help her jump gaps that are too far or high, need each other to open doors and move items. The game is good looking, funny in places and cutscenes worth watching for me and good voice acting. The game is worth playing and buying so if you do become one of the many buyers of this game i hope you will enjoy.
Words that describe Enslaved. Under-rated, sleeper hit, perfect. This game literally shocked me as to how amazing the production values were. This is quite easily the best platformer/action game on the 360. FACT. Enslaved has the most sumptious, coulourful design the Unreal 3 engine has ever produced, the story and voice acting are at Hollywood triple A star grade values, the playability and controls are tight and always remain fresh and fun and the sound is both beautifully designed and implemented. And to top it all off it has humour, romance, action and emotion coarsing through it's veins in such a way that you really do connect with game and want to see it thorugh to it's climatic end. The only thing is needs now is DLC to extend the game further..OH WAIT it does :-) Piggsy's Perfect 10 is a back story to one of the more colourful and lovable characters in Enslaved and if you have Enslaved I advise you splash out the 800MS Points and enjoy the extras this pack has to offer
I have to say this is one of the nicest looking games I've ever played. Besides that it has a really nice story with great characters and its really fun to play. It's a must buy for everyone that likes a good adventure game with great visuals. And for the price it's now, you can't pass on this great game.
It's been a while since the Xbox had a solid platformer, one that was colourful, fun and, more importantly, intelligent. The PS3 has Jak and Daxter, Ratchet and Clank and Uncharted. And we have.... well not much, let's be honest. So here we have Ninja Theory's latest effort (you may remember their PS3 hit Heavenly Sword). Joined by Alex Garland (28 Days Later) on writing duties and Andy Serkis (Lord of the Rings, King Kong, and soon Tintin) on fine acting form, it has a lot of promise. After a colourful start, frantically escaping a crashing slave ship, the game flourishes, making full use of both the horizontal and vertical in a style reminiscent of the Prince of Persia series. The main characters, Monkey and Trip, are bonded together by their situation, and by more, nonconventional ways, shall we say. This partnership gives the player a solid set up to try and survive, and unravel the story of Monkey and Trip.The friction between them in the early stages of the game leads to fantastic back and forth banter throughout the game's script, and truly builds on the fantastic character design to give the players a pair of characters they will feel very attached to. The combat of the game is very much balanced towards knowing how much you can take on, and not just wading in, weapon swinging. Those of us that have played God of War, or on Xbox, Darksiders, will feel right at home with the combos, but the system is a lot simpler and refined, meaning that choosing your combos carefully will end fights a lot quicker. Monkey is certainly the muscle in the game but Trip provides many of the tricks you need to survive, including creating distractions for you, and mapping out the levels ahead of your with the help of all her technological gadgets. Overall, the feel of the game is comfortable, without being truly ground breaking, and weighing in at 12 hours plus gameplay, players will certainly be happy to spend a lot of time with Monkey and Trip in their post apocalyptic world.