Siga uma jornada fascinante, cheia de surpresas onde dois personagens distintos formam uma parceria para sobreviver em uma perigosa América pós-apocalíptica. 150 anos no futuro, a guerra e a destruição deixaram o mundo em ruínas e a natureza recuperou sua força, deixando poucos sobreviventes humanos.
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Data de lançamento: 24/out/2013

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Sobre este jogo

Siga uma jornada fascinante, cheia de surpresas onde dois personagens distintos formam uma parceria para sobreviver em uma perigosa América pós-apocalíptica.

150 anos no futuro, a guerra e a destruição deixaram o mundo em ruínas e a natureza recuperou sua força, deixando poucos sobreviventes humanos. Naves escravas misteriosas colhem a população, levando-os para um lugar sem volta.

Trip, uma jovem entendida em tecnologia foi presa por uma nave de escravos mas consegue fugir usando sua proeza mental. Monkey, um solitário e forte, companheiro na prisão também se liberta com seu poder bruto. Trip rapidamente percebe que Monkey é sua passagem para a liberdade e sua única esperança de sobreviver à perigosa jornada para casa. Ela hackeia uma tiara de escravidão e coloca em Monkey, conectando os dois. Se ela morrer, ele morre e a jornada dela agora se torna a jornada dele. ENSLAVED é centralizado na complexa relação entre os dois personagens principais e os jogadores assumem o papel de Monkey. Usando uma mistura de suas habilidades de combate, estratégia e travessia ambiental, você deve garantir que ele e Trip consigam sobreviver às ameaças e obstáculos que se colocam em seus caminhos rumo à liberdade.

Recursos principais

  • Edição Premium inclui o jogo original aclamado pela crítica, e o conteúdo adicional para download "Pigsy's Perfect 10", além dos visuais de personagem Monkey Ninja, Monkey Clássico e Sexy Trip.
  • Enredo Encantador - uma nova versão pós-apocalíptica do romance clássico de 400 anos: Jornada ao Oeste escrito junto com roteirista e autor bem conhecido Alex Garland.
  • Uma obra-prima cinematográfica - cenas dramáticas pelo co-diretor Andy Serkis, que também desempenha o papel principal de Monkey, retratando os eventos críticos que impulsionam a história de Monkey e Trip.
  • Ambientes impressionantes – Explore um mundo belo e assustador de paisagens urbanas devastadas por guerra e recuperadas pela natureza e está repleta de perigos em cada turno.
  • Sistema de Combate dinâmico – Ataque e defender com proeza ágil, utilizando uma combinação de ataques corpo a corpo, guardas e quedas. Use o Monkey para alcançar um inimigo, roubar sua arma, em seguida, assassina-lo sistematicamente.

Requisitos de sistema

    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP SP2, Vista or higher
    • Processador: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.20GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Nvidia Geforce 9600/ ATI Radeon HD 4850
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 12 GB de espaço disponível
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cseepe
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de julho
It's a lame port to PC with no consideration given to keyboard layout and mouse controls. Another Bandai-Namco ripoff to score some cash from PC gamers. There are a lot better games out on Steam for the same price.
mrbrugger
( 17.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de julho
Um jogo maravilhoso! Recomendo muito!
Tosei
( 14.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 21 de julho
Not being an action or fps pro in any way I was hesitant playing this since I usually bump into a boss somewhere which I can't handle and then stop playing a game in frustration. I managed this though on Normal difficulty.

The camera can be very annoying but it is manageable and the story is just great. The acting and the little cutscenes between Monkey and Trip are just great. The chemistry they develop and the development of their characters is rare to get so well done as they managed in this game.

I am very pleased I took the time and effort to play since the story is just a delight. The environments and chapters are varied enough to bring something new at regular intervals.

Just make sure to follow the guides on how to increase resolution and graphics quality by editing an ini-file. The in-game options do not cover everything and even tricks you into believing you run at your native resolution although it won't. There are several guides out there so just grab one and edit the ini-settings to your liking and depending on the power of your graphics card. It will be well worth it.
realtimur
( 20.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 21 de julho
Interesting story-rich game. Unfortunately sometimes it is hard to play without controller. So I advice to get it to play this game. (But I completed it on Normal with keyboard only)
BTW: I recommend it
gamer1000k
( 14.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de julho
This is a surprisingly good action adventure game in the same vein as Prince of Persia, with a good mix of parkour platforming and hand to hand combat, and a few light puzzles to keep things interesting. The characters are a bit stereotypical but still well-done, and the voice acting is superb.

The two character mechanic is neat but ultimately underutilized given that there are quite a few levels where you can't use it.

The camera often has a mind of its own and the controls can be annoying at times. There's also a few frustrating bugs and glitches with getting stuck on terrain during combat and the command menu not working correctly in certain puzzles.

Overall though I was pleasantly surprised by this game, and can easily recommend it if you're a fan of classic console action adventure games.
José Kun
( 12.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de julho
Enslaved It's really cool, I find the story different of the most pos-apocaliptic games we see out there, and have cool gameplay mechanic with a lot of diferent features, referencing technology, and at the same time the Monkey King mythology, too bad It's not a well know game out there, but still, I'm sure you will have fun playing it, hope it get more know on the future. It worth to play and live the story on really beautiful places and scenery with a lot of good mixed between serious parts with really funny ones of the two main characters interactions (three later on xD). You should definitely play it!
pazuwu
( 11.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de julho
This isn't an awful game, but it has annoyances which make me give it a thumbs down.

What bothered me the most is how Monkey and Trip interract. As if being named "Monkey" wasn't enough, she keeps repeats "orders" like "Monkey, you need to do this", "Monkey, get that", "Monkey, are you coming" throughout the game. Sounds condescending to me. She could at least say: "Monkey, please dance." :)

The second annoying thing is the repetitiveness: the lines said by Trip, the combat (because of a limited variety of enemies), the cutscenes where he lifts a heavy object so she could pass underneath it then drop it as soon as she passes. Repetitive and boring.

And finally, there's the lack of choice. The game guides you from start to finish, it tells you where to jump, where to climb, what to do...

On the positive side, the story was interesting enough to keep me going until the end.
Eduguest
( 9.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 15 de julho
Gostei muito desse jogo
as partes com a nuvem voadora são demais
um excelente divertimento
NFerd
( 8.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de julho
It was a good game, story was interesting and game play was good. Way too many bugs though. Every now and then I had to restart a chapter because a bug was causing me trouble. Still though, pretty good.
emanuelhag0
( 5.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de julho
This game could have been much, much more, it had a lot of potential.
But they never used it even once.
THE GAME IS BORING. It tells you what to do and when to do, it doesn't even challange you in combats. Another big plus is that the plot is forgettable and doesn't really take a good paste even after a four hours or so.
Those four to five hours were agonizing to me. I just couldn't get it through.
I bought this game so it would make my spare time better, not worse...
It's a shame, because this game could have been A LOT more.
:/
Really, really not recommending this game.
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Just finished this fine adventure.
Got astonished with there amazing graphics for game age. it is 2016 and this game looks pretty and vivid. Really nice voice acting. Face expressions.
I had really fun time playing this game. Interesting main story, with cloudy back story and this game left me wanting to know what happened next. I guess it is too good to hope about second part of this game or some kind of other game in the same universe to continue developing this world.
Game mechanics is easy. reminded me prince of persia just a lot less hardcore version of that. You can't jump of the cliff like in POP there you had endless ways to die.
Get xbox 360 controller or something like that. Game ment to be played on consoles and consoles input is the best. Tried with keyboard and didn't like that . finished all game with the controller.
I can recommend this game, have funny time playing it.
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It has some definite flaws--for example, it checkpoints before unskippable cutscenes, so when you die you have to watch them again. The gameplay was fun but did get a bit repetitive for me by the end of the game (it took me about 10 hours). There's also a gamebreaking bug if you're on low graphics settings that you can only fix by replaying the fight on high settings. BUT I thought the story was compelling and the characters were just fantastic, and the game was definitely fun overall, so I'd absolutely recommend it.
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To get the cons out of the way: Occasionally you find yourself stuck on a random bit of scenery. This isn't game breaking, it's not forever stuck, sometimes you just hit it at the wrong angle and you roll instead of jumping, which is only really frustating in the timed sections in which you die you don't make that jump.

Also, the camera occasionally just decides that you should definately be looking in THIS direction, right now -- which is maddening when you're trying to aim, or find the next hand hold, or whatever.

All that said, the game is fantastic. The Graphics aren't bleeding edge or anything, but it's colorful, well drawn, well animated, I'd call it decidedly pretty, and a huge relief after years of gritty brown "realism."

Combat is intuitive and easy to pick up, some of the mechanics are great fun, and as someone who is not a fighting game junkie, that means a lot.

The climbing and jumping around bits are fluid and entertaining. The characters are likeable, even though the escortee does do the occasional annoying reminding you of the objective every two minutes shtick that escortees do, you still find yourself rooting for them.

There's a romance, bit it doesn't feel awkward, or forced or slapped on in post production, it's actually a bit of a slow burn and quite enjoyable. No sudden but inevitable declarations, no because-the-back-story-said-so -- there's actual chemistry and lingering glances.

This game sucks you in, and rarely lets you up for air, so try not to start it an hour before you have to be somewhere -- you are going to be late.
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10/10 at being an action adventure game. Controls are very responsive, the game design is interesting, rather than "annoying" like action adventure games tend to be. The graphics and art are gorgeous, though keep in mind I'm not a current gen gamer in most respects, different people say "wow" at different levels of graphics. The music is....bland, but theme appropriate. The voice acting is good.
Another important thing, it detected my Xbox One controller right away, as we know "full controller support" doesn't always mean full controller support.
It's very much a console game so I don't think kb+m would be a very fun way to play.

The character personalities are kinda..ah...campy, I guess... the game isn't going to leave you saying "wow how deep". Someone strongly gender conscious might take issue with the male-female/masculine-feminine dynamic going on, since there's some clear definition in the game; The two characters are strong and weak, protector and protected, etc... It isn't enough to offend me personally, but it might be enough for others.

The story telling is done in medias res, and the game fully respects the average gamer's attention span and lack of patience.

My standards for judging an action adventure game aren't exactly tough, however, there have been annoying design elements/styles in this genre through recent gens that will make my opinion of a game plummet when I encounter them, and this game doesn't have any such serious cons.

TOTALLY worth the sale price.
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From the team that made DmC Reboot (which I wasn't a fan of) comes Enslaved, a super charming, beautiful game. I first played this on the PS3 when it launched but its poor frame rate turned me off the game. Fast forward a few years, I bought this on a Steam sale, just an impulse purchase and didnt play it for a long time. This year I finally wanted to go through my Steam backlog and gave it another chance and I'm so happy I did. Enslaved gives me a lot of Beyond Good & Evil vibes (it even has a pig character!), the game has stunning environments, good narative driven cut scenes and a great atmosphere. It runs super smooth on my PC and is a joy to play. You collect orbs to upgrade your character, there's a good amount of Prince of Persia style platforming, some stealth and adventure sections and combat sprinkled in between. The game has good mechanics and has impressed me so much that I feel like replaying DmC again. I went in with super low expectations and I'm pleasantly surprised how good Enslaved is and how it managed to keep me hooked. Going forth, I'm a fan of Ninja Theory and looking forward to their next game.

Thumbs up / 10
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This game. This game lets you experience a wide variety of feelings from "what the f*ck is this sh*t?" to "wow, this is so f*cking awesome!"

The most confusing part was the very first dozen of minutes, where you experience the harsh reality of a console port:

-Probably the worst mouse controls ever,
-Camera at strange angles... you can move your mouse around whatever you like - it will always send you back to how it was programmed. You just have little control over it. (I played this game without a controller. I'm stubborn. It's not that bad once you get accustomed too).
-A handful of cutscenes one after another.
-The simplicity of world exploration. You just click jump button and w-a-s-d where your camera is suggesting you. Oh, and a world full of invisible walls.

Well, these were my first impressions with the game. Yep, it wasn't very flattering. BUT, I'm a grown man. I sucked it up and continued to play the game.

And then the things happened. A woman... happened.

This game is like your real life simulator. The one where you live with a woman. You experience the things like:

-She commands you in every step you take.
-You have to help her. Always.
-You can't even get mad at her, because she's adorable.
-You have to toss her around.
-She wants you to do all the dirty work.
-She gets you in trouble all the time.
-She is like the characters from the horror movies, Always trying to be brave at the wrong time.
-She talks a lot. Especially when she shouldn't.
-She will always shout to hurry up even when you save her ♥♥♥ over and over again.
-She lies.

Women. ^^

Ok then, let's summarise the good things about this game.

+Characters. They are very cool.
+Dialogues are fantastic and funny.
+Animations are well done.
+Story. I liked it. The end was worth it.
+Monkey + Pigsy = BFF ^^
+Mechs.
+Action.

Up until the middle of the game I didn't thought I would recommend it, but the 2nd half was fantastic.
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I highly recommend playing this game if -

- You want a fun, seamless and non-complicated - though stylish - story-telling, platforming and hack and slash (more like smashing and wacking - since the protagonists weapon of choice is an extendable staff/pole) experience.
- You want a break from long-winding rpgs and you just want to play a fast-paced action game that plays out like a movie, with a decent story.
- You want to play a hack-and-slash that's inventive, provides decent platforming and repitition-breaking alternative means for character movement. In other games while this comes in the form of flying a beast, or riding a horse, in this game you get a futuristic hover board (which is super fast, fun and very exciting)

The Story & Characters - Few but Memorable

The game is heavil inspired by:
- The Matrix: post-apocalyptic world ruled by machines, enslaving humans minds or killing the free ones)
- The legend of the Monkey King: for its protagonist (voiced by Andy Serkis) who wields an extendable pole-like weapon in combat which Sun-Wukong (the monkey king) is known to use, and apes the movements of a monkey whilst platforming. He's also called monkey.
- The Prince of Persia: for the significant side-kick, who in this game is a survivalist called Trip (short for Tripitaka). She's escaped the clutches of the world-ruling machines like "Monkey", and somehow manages to tie a mechanical death-collar around his neck, promising to disable it only if he gets her to safety (one of the unique elements of the game's plot). A lot of the game's platforming includes Monkey and Trip collaborating to get past obstacles, like P.O.P

An interesting character to watch out for - PIGSY (very well-designed and very likeable, despite being a fat pervy slob )

What's not so cool about the game -

... Is also that which is one of its coolest factors, i.e. the game just has a bare handful of human characters (all the other characters being machines you have to kill) and it still manages to make these principal characters memorable
- Not So Memorable - is the world the game is based in. It didn't draw me in or intrigue me as much as the characters, because it felt like it was a very simple world to conquer. The machines which are supposed to be the rulers of the earth, don't seem intimidating or very intelligent, and although the environment design of the game is as great as the character design, you don't feel like this is a place you'd want to conquer, live in or go back to.

Concluding Comments - I really really loved the character design of this game the most, whether it's Monkey's headband alluding to the Monkey King's crown perhaps, or Pigsy's huge belly sticking out of his ragged singlet. The combat of the game is engaging and for a hack and slash - it's important for the game mechanics to provide a good-looking and smooth-flowing evasion ability. This games provides just that and the camera movement coupled with Monkey's simple to execute acrobatic evasions, make the combat feel more dynamic and cinematic. All in all, the game looks great and plays really great, and even has some fun combat upgrades - which adds to the game's smooth sense of progression.
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Publicada: 7 de setembro de 2014
O jogo se passa a bordo de uma nave que, depois de ser sabotada, cai em Nova York que na ocasião foi devastada por um apocalipse robótico e a partir dae Trip e Monkey ( o nome do protagonista passa a fazer muito mais sentido ao decorrer do GAME ) Encontram-se ligados e tendo assim a jornada iniciada.

e que jornada, em momento algum o jogo se mostrou previsível, foi cheio de surpresas ao seu decorrer, os personagens são bastante carismáticos, os ambientes são incrivelmente bem detalhados, e muito bonitos.

temos a junção de um novo membro ao time um pouco mais tarde na jornada, Pigsley que se mostra bastante fundamental em diversas ocasiões, a partir dae o jogo se torna bem mais desafiador e por deveras vezes mostrando ser bastante necessário o uso do raciocínio para seu avanço bem sucedido.

curti muito a jogabilidade do Game, tendo como possível, diversas melhorias ao decorrer do mesmo, em diversos aspectos.
apesar da boniteza das fases, cenários, não temos muito do quesito 'exploração', seria muito legal, se assim fosse porém, isso não se torna nada que influencie negativamente.

A jornada do nosso um tanto quanto, muito inusitado time, que por uma grande maioria de vezes são carregados pelo jogador através do protagonista , não se torna cansativa pelo simples fato, de seus companheiros serem tão uteis e necessários, quanto ele é para ser o responsável pelos avanços a cada nível, com inimigos variados, embora não em grande escala, pois em suma maioria, tirando os inimigos grandes os demais são mais do mesmo, não sendo tão inovador mesmo com sua campanha de 14 níveis, porém, o jogo é uma experiencia incrivelmente única e fantástica com um final, não tão épico, porém surpreendente e um pouquinho de tristeza :(, que antes mesmo de seu fim, já temos também uma grande revelação.

não posso deixar de citar sua trilha sonora que se encaixa muito bem em cada momento em que nos é apresentada, tornando a experiencia do Game ainda mais agradável.

creio que o final, deixou várias brechas para continuações e gostaria muito de ver mais jornadas de Enslaved que do seu começo ao seu fim foi totalmente desafiador, repleto de cenários lindos e muito satisfatório com uma trama bastante interessante.

Campanha: 10/10
Trilha sonora: 10/10
Gráficos/visual: 10/10
Jogabilidade: 10/10


Não tenho contras a citar, que sejam revelantes a ponto de serem citados ao meu ver,
me arrependi de não ter jogado antes, mais do que recomendado, ENSLAVED é um jogão que você precisa conferir, e não terá arrependimentos.
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Publicada: 6 de janeiro de 2014
Um jogo que felizmente saiu para PC e que merece ser comprado por quem gosta de um ótimo jogo.

O jogo é basicamente um hack 'n slash que foge do tradicional graças a algumas mecânicas diferentes e criativas.

No jogo você controla o personagem Monkey que interage constantemente com a personagem Trip.

Posso destacar como pontos fortes do game:

- Gameplay bastante variado. Além de muita pancadaria, você têm que escalar diversos locais, resolver alguns pequenos puzzles, estar se preocupando o tempo todo com a Trip, além de ser preciso na hora que precisar de atirar em alguns Mechs FDP. Além disso você pode usar estratégias stealth em alguns locais.

- Level design fantástico. Algumas localizações do game são de cair o queixo.

- Personagens bem feitos e estruturados. Monkey e Trip são personagens bem construidos, com diálogos bem feitos e agradáveis de acompanhar.

- As vozes do game foram bem escolhidas e ficaram muito bem nos personagens.

- Sistema de evolução de habilidades do personagem que estimula a exploração do jogo para obtenção de orbs.

- O jogo não apela para os chatos Quick Time Events.

- Sistema de combate simples. Combos fáceis de executar.

Avaliação pessoal: 9/10. Altamente recomendado.
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Publicada: 19 de outubro de 2014
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West é um excelênte jogo que infelizmente é desconhecido pra grande maioria dos jogadores, eu mesmo entre os amigos da steam só tem uma pessoa que possui o jogo e este não jogou nem uma hora completa, provavelmente só testou o jogo, se ia rodar, ou algo assim. O jogo possui dois protagonistas que tem uma química muito boa e vão crescendo cada vez mais durante a história, estes são Monkey (o personagem no qual jogamos) e uma linda adolescente no qual ele deve proteger chamada Trip. O jogo é basicamente um hack 'n slash, com um gameplay bastante variado. Além de muita pancadaria, você têm que escalar diversos locais, resolver alguns pequenos puzzles, estar se preocupando o tempo todo com a Trip, usar a melhor combinação das suas habilidades. Além disso você pode usar estratégias stealth em alguns locais. Vale mencionar também a inspiração do jogo em DRAGON BALL (na verdade Enslaved e Dragon Ball tem a mesma inspiração) e as semelhanças entre Goku e Monkey (que possui inclusive uma nuvem voadora), Bulma e Trip, Oolong e Pigsy (este com passagens muito engraçadas), fora alguns outros pontos no jogo. Os graficos são maravilhosos, a única coisa que notei de negativo foram algumas texturas de baixa resolução que provavelmente foram herdadas dos consoles. Recomendo pra quem se interessou pelos pontos que citei acima e garanto que não vão se arrepender de gastar ali suas 10 ou 12 horas neste jogo... Lamento somente o fato do jogo ter vendido pouco devido a incompetência de marketing da Ninja Theory, o que infelizmente acabou enterrando a chance de termos um Enslaved 2.
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