Emprende un viaje emocionante y repleto de sorpresas con dos dispares personajes que deberán aliarse para sobrevivir en una peligrosa América postapocalíptica. Viaja 150 años en el futuro para encontrar un mundo en ruinas que ha sido reclamado por la naturaleza y en el que quedan pocos humanos.
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Emprende un viaje emocionante y repleto de sorpresas con dos dispares personajes que deberán aliarse para sobrevivir en una peligrosa América postapocalíptica.

Viaja 150 años en el futuro para encontrar un mundo en ruinas que ha sido reclamado por la naturaleza y en el que quedan pocos humanos. Unas misteriosas naves de esclavos secuestran a los escasos supervivientes y se los llevan al oeste, de donde nunca regresan.

Trip, una joven experta en tecnología, ha sido secuestrada por una de estas naves, pero consigue escapar gracias a su agilidad mental. Otro de los prisioneros es Monkey, un robusto y embrutecido solitario que también logra liberarse gracias a su colosal fuerza. Trip descubre rápidamente que Monkey es su única esperanza para sobrevivir en el peligroso viaje de vuelta a su hogar, así que le coloca una diadema especial a Monkey que los conecta a ambos: si ella muere, el también morirá; así que no le quedará más remedio que acompañarla. ENSLAVED gira en torno a la compleja relación que mantienen los dos protagonistas. El jugador controla a Monkey por medio del combate, la estrategia y el movimiento por los escenarios para conseguir que tanto él como Trip sobrevivan a las amenazas y obstáculos que se interponen en su camino hacia la libertad.

Características

  • La Premium Edition incluye el juego original aclamado por la crítica y el contenido descargable adicional "La pareja perfecta de Pigsy", así como los aspectos de mejora del personaje Monkey ninja, Monkey clásico y Trip sexy.
  • Un guión irresistible: Una revisión postapocalíptica de la novela clásica del siglo XVI Journey to the West, coescrita por el famoso novelista y guionista.
  • Una obra maestra cinemática: Dramáticos vídeos codirigidos por Andy Serkis, que también interpreta el papel principal de Monkey. Estos vídeos retratan los hechos trágicos que sirven de punto de partida para la aventura de Monkey y Trip.
  • Escenarios impresionantes: Explora un hermoso y siniestro mundo formado por ciudades destrozadas por la guerra y reclamadas por la naturaleza, donde el peligro acecha en cada esquina.
  • Sistema de combate dinámico: Ataca y defiéndete con agilidad por medio de una combinación de ataques de cuerpo a cuerpo, bloqueos e intensas destrucciones. Usa a Monkey para adelantarte a un rival, robar su arma y aniquilarlo sistemáticamente.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP2, Vista or higher
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.20GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Nvidia Geforce 9600/ ATI Radeon HD 4850
    • DirectX: Versión 9.0c
    • Almacenamiento: 12 GB de espacio disponible
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Oldboy
( 15.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de mayo
Even though the PC-Port is a little lackluster, the game itself is great. One of the best games I have played in 2016 (I've only come across the game recently).

If you tweak the Unreal Engine .ini file, you can play in modern resolution and the graphics are gorgeous even today.

Other pros:
- engaging storyline
- nice graphics and setting
- good music
- the 2 characters are well developed and very authentic
- the fights are fun and the gameplay is overall satisfying

Cons:
- the graphics on the PC need ini tweakage before they look acceptable
- gameplay might be a bit repetitive
- difficulty might be too easy for some (the plattforming parts are impossible to fail)

Overall I strongly recommend the game. Well worth the money and a beautiful gem that is probably underrated.
Vir
( 10.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de mayo
I really enjoyed the plot, the world, nice characters and really good, often funny (especially after Pigsy appeared: Hey, Monkey, do you know what an Ice cream is? -No -Well because you seem to have one stuck on your head.) dialogues. But gameplay. Oh my, it was boooring.
MHK-
( 11.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de mayo
the game itself is ok. environment is awesome tho. linear hack n slash worth the grab under 5 i guess, i know its somewhat influenced by Journey To The West and Son Wukong or Son Goku or w/e you wanna prefer is the main character but the game only has the money and the pig and rest is irrelevant. woulda been cooler if it was roughly based on the actual story whether its in the future or not.
6.5/10 overall. def not bad. but not great.
Cool Burr
( 9.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de abril
The combat's a little dull and the platforming can be a little linear at times but it's a great ride while it lasts.
goytribe
( 10.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de abril
Enjoyed this game for the most part. Good story except for a few parts with the WTF moment. Only other issue is controls can ♥♥♥♥ you off from time to time. I would give it a solid 7/10 and feel its a good game to grab on the cheap for a play through.
typhares
( 15.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 23 de abril
so..its really hard to rate this game.

it is probably the most epic in scope and story that i have seen in years before and of recent.
Picking up where Prince of Persia began to stumble, and birthing a fight system that stares deeply into the eyes of God of War and Beyond Good and Evil, it would seem like perfection. STUNNING envionments, multiple upgrades, multiple play styles, enviro-puzzles, cloud surfing, Mechs, a female protaganist that will make your pants feel too tight every second she is on the screen; it really is mind-blowing.

but then there was the camera.
all said, this is also of the more frustrating games i have played to date (and there have been some rough ones). almost ALL deaths will revolve around losing the camera, missing a strike in the combo system, and being butt-♥♥♥♥♥ due to not being able to face the opponent. the rest will probably invole the controls not responding at key moments for jumps/ bosses and causing rage-inducing retrys.

i mean the acting in the cut-scenes alone make this worth playing...
and it carries a DEEP cult feel a la Beyond Good and Evil...
this could have been my favorite game...
but its not.
if you have patience, try it out.
Gem323
( 0.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de abril
it like main char is "mokey king" and master from "journey to the west" a classic novel of china insted of that this game is put at american with high tech robot,really the journey then
Catalin[RO]
( 18.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de abril
Amazing game.

Pros:
- good story
- good acting
- engaging
- decent graphics
- runs very smooth on not so powerfull RIG

Cons:
- cannot save whenever you like
- has console feeling

I totally recommend it!
Merel
( 8.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de abril
Really fun, but way too short.
Nexiu
( 9.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 14 de abril
A touching story that is memorable and leads us to an afterthought while bearing in mind the addictive and clever game.

ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West consists of several simple elements, all well connected together, so that manages to maintain excellent pace and never bring the player to boredom. But the most important thing in the game is the story, in which the gameplay is just an attachment. Not only perfectly presented, rooted in the realities of interesting and filled with charismatic characters, but also thought-provoking. And this in video games is still a rarity.
    PROS:
  • Plot
  • Characters and their relationships (Pigsy rules!)
  • Post-apocalyptic climate
  • Facial animation
  • Consistent, specific artwork
  • Variety of gameplay
  • Keeps you in suspense until the very end
  • Must-see final (The whole is topped with heavily surprising ending, which every player should interpret in their own way.)

    CONS:
  • Many simplifications related to gameplay
  • Minor technical mistakes

When you finish this game, it feels like you have broken up with a girlfriend.
Romsia
( 9.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 7 de abril
Its so ♥♥♥♥♥♥ port, ♥♥♥♥♥♥ moments, dont waste your time and nerves on this crap.
thiti150
( 14.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de abril
Good game - Bad port

From Goble Achivement
82% Complete Chapter 1
56% Complete Chapter 2
26% Complete Chapter 14 (EndGame) pretty high

SO good game i have a blast play trought this game.
Story so so Good Voice Loveable Character Fun gameplay.

bad port.
there is a bug when you have to command trip FIX by command her again and again she will listen eventually
also if you want to config mouse and keybord
use arrow key to navigate
use enter to ok
use esc to cancel
use space to chang key mapping
iconicplatonic
( 23.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 3 de abril
Overall it's a pretty good game. If you know the story of Journey To The West at all, (or Dragonball, which is probably what most people will compare it to) you will see the similarities very quickly.

The characters and plot are enjoyable, and the game design itself is beautiful.

I found that there were a lot of flaws though, and some really gave me problems during the game.

The biggest of these were the controls; the camera, though controllable through a lot of the game, becomes automatic for certain sequences in the game, usually important ones like boss battles. I found myself constantly battling the camera to see what i wanted to see, and ended up dying countless times because it swung around just when i had got it into place, and meant i couldn't see where the giant mech was charging at me.

This is exacerbated by the level design. Often the major battles end up being in circular arena-type areas, and when you get close to the edge, it automatically faces outwards, so you can't keep an eye on the boss while you're collecting plasma or health around the edge of the arena. Extremely frustrating.

Equally frustrating was the platforming, which i found rigid and fiddly. I don't know if it's down to the port, but i can't remember the number of times i was trying to vault a barrier, jump a gap on the cloud or jump between handholds at speed, and ended up watching as Monkey shook his head in refusal, did a roll instead, or just straight-up dove head first into the hole. There were a few more rage-quits than there needed to be, purely because of clunky controlls.

That being said, i played through first time on hard, and the chapters seemed to go from virtually impossible because of the crappy controls and bad camera, to surprisingly easy because of an easy layout and limited number of enemies; it seems like perhaps the difficulty levels weren't successfully executed.

In terms of plot, the overall story is compelling, but doesn't quite go deep enough. The ultimate antagonist (Pyramid) is really a non-entity until the very end of the game, you have no real understanding who they are or what they do, and no idea why anyone would even know what they were called or that they existed until basically 3/4 of the way through.

All of that said, overall, i would probably give this game a 6.5 in spite of the problems i was having. It really is beautiful to look at, and very atmospheric. It's also super satisfying to watch Monkey and his gigantic arms tear huge machines limb from limb. It has some really funny moments, and the central characters have good chemistry. It could perhaps do with an update to some of its mechanics, but i enjoyed it, and completing the highest difficulty is pretty satisfying after being killed So. Many. Times.

I'll probably play the DLCs and other difficulties in the future.
Guligan
( 9.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de marzo

Apartado gráfico: Es bueno , el motor grafico no para tiar cohetes pero aun asi, tiene algunos paisajes y graficos bastante buenos.

Jugabilidad: yo aconsejo mando , nada de teclas , y jugabilidad es buena fluida.

Duración: 9.3 horas me termine el juego y el DLC jugando con el CERDO.

Diversión: si hay , es un juego con una buena historia y eso engancha.
Droniac
( 15.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de marzo
Enslaved: Odyseey to the West is a solid action game held up mostly by its characters and storytelling. In a distant post-apocalyptic future you play Monkey, who escapes from a slave ship only to be enslaved by a fellow escapee: Trip. From that point forward you're trying to keep her alive during various adventures. I can't really go into it any further than that without spoiling things, but suffice it to say the storytelling and character development is interesting, particularly during the first half of the game.

Gameplay-wise you're looking at a fairly standard action-platformer. Monkey jumps and climbs around some crazy - and beautifully colorful - environments. And over time he unlocks more spectacular methods of navigating terrain and taking out enemies. There is an element of collecting materials to upgrade and unlock abilities here, so there's a small amount of customization. That sadly doesn't do anything to prevent the combat from being very simplistic throughout. And even the spectacular boss battles are handled by fairly basic, eventually repetitive, means.

Enslaved is an older game, and it shows. The environmental design is beautiful and colorful, but the texturework is frequently hideous and there's not much detail to anything. It looks worse than a game released in 2010 should. Similarly, the audio is far from ideal. There is no separate voice volume slider, which often results in voiceovers being completely drowned out by sound effects. Subtitles are essential.

The game loses a little of its focus after the halfway point, but picks it up again shortly before the ending. It ends up being a game that's most-of-the-way to being excellent. Yet it falls flat in terms of execution a few too many times to get all the way there. Some sequences are very glitchy and the combat mechanics / enemy variety could've used some more attention, for example.

All DLC is included with this edition, which is a blessing. The character DLC is largely useless, because it only unlocks after playing the campaign through once, and you're really not going to play through it a second time. But Pigsy's Perfect 10 is an excellent example of how DLC can be done right. It takes the main game's formula, but puts a huge spin on the gameplay mechanics and delivers an excellent 2-3 hour linear stealth & sniping mini-campaign. It even serves as a nice self-contained prequel story ... that's best experienced after playing through the main campaign.

Conclusion / TL;DR
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is an excellent "experience". Gamers who enjoy interesting stories, strong characters and amazing environments can't go wrong. But those looking for strong action-platforming mechanics first and foremost will be let down.

Technical Droning
Requires some ini tweaks to render properly, specifically to fix a Shadow rendering bug and unlock the frame rate.
120Hz - Yes, with ini tweaks
Borderless Window - No
Graphics Options - Decent
Texture Quality - Poor
Gamepad vs Keyboard - Gamepad, the keyboard controls aren't very good
Audio Balance - Poor. Subtitles required
[S]almon
( 13.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de marzo
A fantastic and criminally underrated gem that deserves a spot in the collection of every adventure game fan. The combat is fun and varied, figuring out how to get from place to place poses a challenge, but isn’t frustrating, and the storyline is surprisingly deep, if not all that original.

If you enjoyed played games like Mario 64 or Banjo-Kazooie as a kid Enslaved will feel familiar but also fresh and unique. Doesn’t hurt that Tripp is hot as hell!
Rifled
( 10.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de marzo
I did not know what I was getting into when I got the game. It was actually suprising. A port from the PS3, it is actually very well done. I only encountered two bugs during the 8 hour playthrough where my character froze in the classic cross pose and would not respond. I have yet to play the piggsy extra.

The game overall reminds me a little of Uncharted/Left Behind with the two characters talking with each other as you explore the old ruins with some very easy platforming and hand to hand combat thrown in for the action. I really should not call it platforming as you can never really fall to your death and only on a few levels are there moving cogs and stuff that can actually kill you but it is very fluid and well done. There is some stealth thrown in but I found it much easier to just kill eveyrthing. There is ussually a boss at the end of a level with some mid bosses half way through but they are fairy easy do defeat. The graphics are suprisingly good but if not to your liking you can always use some sweetFX to fancy them up a bit. There are some good community guides for helping tweek some of the more common graphic complaints.

The overall game is a little short. The story while good, leaves more questions than it does answers specifically with the setting. There are some funny bits of comedy thrown in the mix.

A good game if you want something fun and short.

isRyan
( 30.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de marzo
I played this game primarily for the story, I heard it was interesting. Let me tell you I certainly wasn't dissapointed in the slightest on that front. My devotion to the story was so great that when i accidentally skipped a cutscene at the end of a chapter, I replayed the entire chapter to see the cutscene again. I also rewatched the epilogue a couple of times because philosophy was going through my head, and I wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything. Great story

The game was certainly limited in terms of controls, I had to open up the ini files to figure out some of the key bindings for the ol' mouse and keyboard. I recommend a controller, it would work better I think.

Combat is a little shallow, especially if you didn't look up some of the key Bindings, but it can be fun and challenging, and the bosses are good.

Its a good game with a great story that satisfied me, therefore I recommend it.
hazard0usWaste
( 7.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de marzo
Severely underrated third person hack and slash with platformer elements.
Mihawk D Roma
( 8.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de marzo
Es una excelente aventura con un diseño grafico muy bueno que hará que este juego resista el paso del tiempo. Es divertido y muy vistoso en sus ecenas de accion, aunque el sistema de combate no es muy profundo.

En mi caso tuve pequeños problemas con algunas texturas pero nada grave, ya saben, las desventajas del PC gaming.

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I really enjoyed the plot, the world, nice characters and really good, often funny (especially after Pigsy appeared: Hey, Monkey, do you know what an Ice cream is? -No -Well because you seem to have one stuck on your head.) dialogues. But gameplay. Oh my, it was boooring.
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A touching story that is memorable and leads us to an afterthought while bearing in mind the addictive and clever game.

ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West consists of several simple elements, all well connected together, so that manages to maintain excellent pace and never bring the player to boredom. But the most important thing in the game is the story, in which the gameplay is just an attachment. Not only perfectly presented, rooted in the realities of interesting and filled with charismatic characters, but also thought-provoking. And this in video games is still a rarity.
    PROS:
  • Plot
  • Characters and their relationships (Pigsy rules!)
  • Post-apocalyptic climate
  • Facial animation
  • Consistent, specific artwork
  • Variety of gameplay
  • Keeps you in suspense until the very end
  • Must-see final (The whole is topped with heavily surprising ending, which every player should interpret in their own way.)

    CONS:
  • Many simplifications related to gameplay
  • Minor technical mistakes

When you finish this game, it feels like you have broken up with a girlfriend.
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it like main char is "mokey king" and master from "journey to the west" a classic novel of china insted of that this game is put at american with high tech robot,really the journey then
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Volveré a hablar de otro juego poco conocido de la anterior generación de consolas, el ENSLAVED. Nos plantea un juego de plataformas 3D muy original, pero a parte tiene integrado un sistema de combate y una sensación ligera de progresión ya que mejoras tus estadísticas, aprendes habilidades, etc... Hablaré de todo esto en profundidad ahora mismo.

Empezaré como es costumbre hablando de la historia. El juego nos pone en un mundo postapocalíptico, pero no nos interesa saber como acabó así (o al menos la historia principal no hace incapié en eso). Nos pondrá en la piel de un protagonista peculiar que se hace llamar Monkey, que combate mecas con un bastón rojo (recordará ligeramente a dragon ball xD). Y al comienzo de la aventura tendremos que escapar de una nave que nos atrapó y lo lograremos de una forma realmente peculiar. Conoceremos a Trip, una chica que aprovechará que acabamos inconscientes para ponernos una diadema de esclavo para que le ayudemos en su odiseica aventura de volver a casa. Al principio, como es normal, nuestro protagonista se cabrea mucho, pero termina asumiendo que tiene que ayudarla si o si (el motivo lo descubrireis realmente pronto). La relación entre estos 2 como es normal, se va haciendo más fuerte a lo largo de la aventura que es realmente buena y entretenida. Durante la aventura encontraremos fragmentos de memoria que nos enseña como era el mundo antes de terminar así (no sé si muestra como termina así, porque no los he encontrado todos). Al final del juego nos hace una pequeña reflexión sobre si es mejor afrontar la realidad de frente o simplemente cerrar los ojos y vivir en un mundo imaginario.

Ahora hablaré del apartado técnico. Estamos hablando de un juego del año 2010 que salío obviamente para la anterior generación de consolas, pero a pesar de esto tiene unos gráficos bastante decentes y un apartado sonoro aceptable por lo que no me entretendré mucho hablando de esto. Los paisajes reflejan perfectamente la vuelta del dominio de la naturaleza y la decadencia de las estructuras hechas por el hombre y poco más que decir en este especto.

El apartado jugable es lo realmente importante en un juego de plataformas y este juego cumple con creces en este aspecto. A pesar de tener un sistema de combate realmente básico y repetitivo, sigue siendo entretenido porque el juego no se basa en esto específicamente, habrá combates que podamos eludir y a parte las hordas no son numerosas escepto en casos muy puntuales, por lo que no vamos a notar esta repetición ni se nos hará pesados. Trip a pesar de tener que protegerla no es la típica niña inútil, ya que nos proporcionará apoyo técnico muy interesante. Como dije antes el juego cuenta con un sistema de progresión. En el cual necesitaremos orbes que encontraremos sueltos o que dejan caer los enemigos cuando los vencemos, es algo básico pero funciona realmente bien. Ahora hablaré sobre la parte importante de este juego, sus plataformas. Este apartado fue mi favorito con diferencia, gracias a lo vistoso que hace todo el protagonista cuando realiza las acrobacias necesarias. El juego cuenta también con unos puzzles simples que no nos darán demasiado dolor de cabeza (ideal para un juego de plataformas).

Como conclusión, recomiendo este juego a todo aquel amante de las plataformas que quieran algo medianamente novedoso. No es una obra maestra, pero cumple su cometido perfectamete con una aventura que rondará las 9 horas aproximadamente (algo más si buscas todos los coleccionables). El juego a parte de la aventura principal contará con un modo aventura a parte, que tendrá como protagonista a un personaje que conoceremos en la aventura principal y que es realmente peculiar. Dejará de ser de plataformas como la principal y los combates tendremos que procurar eludirlos como nos sea posible ya que nuestro nuevo personaje no es Monkey y no puede combatir como él. Aún así es un gran modo complementario que nos ampliará las horas del juego más y eso siempre se agradece.
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This game is BEAUTIFUL!! I don't mean the graphics (well, graphically it's beatiful as well), but the atmosphere, the design and the story - they are just BEAUTIFUL. The gameplay is like a lighter Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time with a bit too much climbing, but that's ok. The soundeffects, the music and especially the voice acting are awesome. The only problem this game has is the terrbile controls, the dumbass mouse and camera handling. And they are more frustrating in the Pigsy's Perfect 10 (it's a separate little story where you play as Pigsy - you can find it in the Extras menu).

The story seems a bit slow, yet it's not boring at all, not even for a sec (at least to me). The dialogs are well-written, they are funny, sad, touching - so there's everything. And the ending... Hard to not spoil it, so I just tell ya it's damn cool, I really like it.

I hate that with full of my heart when a game has bad or worse controls/camera, nevertheless the Enslaved is absolutely worth to play.

And one more thing: I don't quite think she did the right thing...
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Nicely done, Story-rich Action Adventure. Great character acting and impressive, expressive facial animation. Eye tracking is quite good so no "Dead-eye" faces.
Beautiful environments and well worth the ride.

Update 3/11/16 - Just finished the game and WOW! great story. 20 hours to complete for me on easy to enjoy everything in the environments AND enjoy the action.

Where was this game and wasn't it in my life sooner ?!!
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Publicado el 28 de febrero
Got this game from a friend and was suprised by how much fun it was and wondered why I hadn't heard about this before. A detailed, fun, platformer with a good mix of action/combat. Great enviornments and epic scale. Definately worth checking out.
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This game is awsome on so many lvls yet there is so much room for improvment

Whats awsome
1. Setting, It takes place in destroyed future where machines rule the world and evrything is left behind to slowly decay, I love theese apocalyptic games and this is rathere colorful too.
2. Character development, you can really see how characters change through the game.
3. Story, through game seems to very well written
4. I really liked pacing of game, it was not most games have it. Usually it is just Combat, and combat and combat what fills between combats.

What could be better ?
1. Camera, aghgahgahghhagh why do you this why cant i watch around freely.
2. Controls on climbing, but it is probably fault of camera, because you are not sure which way you would like to go.

Rating: Have you been ever so in love that columns behind you form a heart ?
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Pros:
Great atmosphere
Good voice acting
Good character personalities
Decent platforming and combat

Cons:
Absolutely tacked on ending, like the last second they tried to throw in some moral dycotomy it didn't work at all.
Limited enemies and platforming variety (more below if curious)
Some graphical issues (may just be me, more below as well.)

Definitely worth a check, I'd say if it's on sale pick it up. Though I always wait for sales so I'd rarely recommend a full price purchase unless you really want the game and know you'll probably like it.

About the limited enemies and platforming elements. I felt they were both decently made but they both also get old somewhat quickly. There aren't many enemy types, mostly you'll fight the same 4 mechs so combat can grow pretty tedious. Also platforming always stagnates in my opinion, there's only so much you can do with it and the answers paths in this game aren't hard to figure out. Luckily the game switches between fighting and platforming at a decent pace to make both more palatable. Usually a game being short I consider a con since it kind of sucks paying money for something you burn through so easily but it almost helps this game since if it went on for much longer the combat/platforming would probably end up wearing on my patience as I grew more tired of them.

Graphical issues, overall the graphics are fine in my opinion. But the cutscenes had a wierd wave effect while the camera was panning that was pretty annoying, this could just be some setting on my computer I messed up I guess but it never really happened during actual gameplay. Also Tripps hair is like a bundle of wires, they clip with her face and such which I found pretty noticable. They're both very minor cons though.
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Overview
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (Premium Edition) deserved more attention, but maybe not as much as many lovers of this game think. Please keep in mind that it first came out for consoles in 2010, and I am now reviewing the game in early 2016. Enslaved is an emotional and exciting experience, but is not without its fair share of faults. In this review I'll go over Enslaved's presentation, mechanics, characters, and some final thoughts.

Presentation
I have a really hard time conveying how I feel about Enslaved's presentation. The textures are god awful, but the lighting is strikingly beautiful. Some animations make me want to vomit, while others are fluid and very entertaining. The only part of Enslaved's presentation that seems to be balanced is its soundtrack, which manages to be nothing more than decent. All in all Enslaved suffers from one overarching problem, which was the way in which it was ported. The performance is great and most peoples hardware should be able to run it, so that's not my complaint. The issue is that it feels utterly like a console game fitted poorly onto the PC platform. It did not evolve at all when jumping to PC, all of its console limitations came with it. Ninja Theory/whoever they hired to port Enslaved essentially just made it run on windows and work (somewhat) with mouse and keyboard. That's it. If you want a direct verdict on Enslaved's presentation, I'd say it's just passable, as long as you keep in mind you are playing a 6 year old game.

Mechanics/Gameplay
Enslaved is absolutely a mechanically driven game. Much like the presentation, the mechanics, and thus the gameplay, is a bit dodgy. To start off with the most egregious offense of the mechanics, it'd by far be the camera. It's just horrible. It will switch back between two points of focus without you wanting it to, push in far too close or pull out too far away, and simply never seems to be where anyone in their right mind when playing this game would want it to be. In contrast of this, the combat and its progression throughout Enslaved's run time is just straight up enjoyable. When fighting enemies you'll have an abundant array of attacks that makes combat exciting and suspenseful, which is good because that is what you spend most of your time in this game doing; beating up on your adversaries. However, the combat does have a downfall, which is that some of the special moves you can choose to purchase don't seem to be perform-able without a controller of some sort. The final thing to mention about the gameplay and mechanics is the platforming. This is sadly another aspect of Enslaved that goes into the disappointing bin. The platforming is very jerky, and even worse, entirely linear. Its only saving grace is that most of the entertaining animations I mentioned in the presentation section do happen while platforming around. Enslaved very obviously hoped to be a mechanical marvel with tense gameplay, but it stumbled and fell short. Just like Trip does actually, but without Monkey to get her on her feet. Wait, who are they? Well, meet the-

Characters
This may seem like a bit of an odd part of any game to write a bit for, as story would tend to be a more appropriate aspect of a game to focus on. Surprisingly though, it's the masterfully written characters that turn Enslaved's narrative into a device to progress their own development and personal appeal. The ONLY three characters in this game are Monkey (you), Tripitaka (I.E. Trip, a teenage girl with mad tech skills), and Pigsy. Pigsy. Pigsy is the best character in Enslaved, and that's all you need to know about him. The characters are the one thing in this game that I have no real criticism of, other than some of Monkey's choices (which you do not control) that don't always seem to always reflect his personality, and only seem to be there to unsuccessfully extend a certain narrative driven mechanic. I can't really say much more without spoiling parts of the game, so I'll leave off with this statement. When I finished Enslaved, I didn't miss the gameplay, the design, the story, or any other aspect- other than the wonderful, truly lovable- characters.

Final Thoughts
Enslaved is a 7-8 hour adventure that most gamers are likely to enjoy. If you want it, I'd advise getting Enslaved on sale, as it frequently does so at a $5 price tag. Summing up Enslaved in one sentence, I would say this; Enslaved is a compelling gaming experience plagued by many non-game-breaking flaws. That's why I'm recommending Enslaved, and can do so without much doubt in that choice.

Personal Rating: 7.5/10

P.S. While this review does not include any form of criticism of it, this version of Enslaved comes with the 2-3 hour DLC "Pigsy's Perfect Ten." I'd personally extend this piece of DLC the same score I gave the main game, a 7.5/10. You might want to check it out if you enjoyed Pigsy's character.
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I haven't stayed up late to finish a game in a long time - E: OthW was a blast! Just the right mix for me of jumping, bashing, shooting, surfing, puzzles, and story. Haven't had this much fun since Beyond Good and Evil, which this game made me nostaligc for with the bo-staff fights, hovercrafts, and pig-styled characters. That said it's a completely different game and much darker story, but still enjoyable and fun to play.

The fight style can be tough, to the point of frustrated cursing at times, but it helps break the simple run through of the jump puzzles and co-op puzzles, which are thoughtful enough to add to the game but not mind breaking. The decoy feature with your partner is handy, even if you get frustrated with the constant "Monkey! Go fetch this!" "Monkey! I can't jump." "Monkey! Kill something!"

I also love the characters, Monkey in particular is great and Pigsy is hilarious. The graphics and detail really bring them to life. Love also the silly jumping / climbing mechanic whcih grows on you after awhile.

The only thing I wasn't happy with was the ending, which felt cut off after staying up to finish it through, but there's still extra Pigsy content to play and the journey is more satisfying than the destination.

This game is not that pricey, totally worth a few hours of your life. Buy it!
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Third person puzzle-platformer with melee combat featuring a male protagonist in a wasteland who collects red orbs... What does that make me reminscent about?...

+Incredible story and a stellar ending
+Very likeable characters with excellent voice acting
+Awesome, unique environments
+Satisfying combat
+Funny dialogue
+Atmospheric audio
+Relationship between Monkey and Trip, within gameplay and out
+TIght, responsive controls

-The game tends to take control from the player to show the same kind of cutscene you've seen 100 times before
-Puzzles could be a little more challenging
-Graphics and lack of options

Overall, an underrated gem.
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- Wonderful scenery
- Gameplay is fun and various. Don't expect technical combat though.
- AMAZING characters
- At its time it was a new IP. Something rare for sure.
- Man, Pigsy's Dlc. Guys play it and you'll understand.

This game has its flaws no doubt. They're pretty easy to find for everyone, so I won't even mention them.
Enslaved is by far more than the sum of its single parts and at the end you'll be sad this wonderful adventure is already over.
Play it, love it.
And man, Pigsy's Dlc. Oh man
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Enslaved is one of my favorite games ever. I had no idea going in to the game that I would enjoy it so thoroughly. I played and beat it originally on the Xbox 360. I never got to play the expansions. Glad to see they're in the PC version. It is a very beautiful game, especially for the time,and even now. It pull's you into the world nicely. I fell for the characters and felt attached to them by the end. Trip (the female lead), is still IMO one of the prettiest game characters ive seen or played. At any rate, great writing for the characters. Loved the relationship between Monkey and Trip, even if it isn't groundbreaking or super complex. Good and interesting overall story. The levels are enjoyable through and through. I don't think I remember a level that I did not enjoy, or got bored/frustrated with. Great controls as well. I have been begging Ninja Theory for a sequel on Twitter for a loooong while now. Hehe. They are always nice and reply or comment back to me. Good people there. I do think there may be a sequel in the works, but am not certain. On my own Slug rating system I made up just now, id give it a 9.5 out of 10. Wonderful game, but there is of course always room for improvement.
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Don't know how I missed this when it first came out, but am very glad I caught it on sale in Steam. Throws you into teh action right out of the gate, and keeps going from there. If I had to complain about anything, the forced perspective changes are a little annoying, but also completely understandable. But all in all, while I haven't played it for long yet, it's already worth more than what I paid, and am excited to go back and play further!
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The soundtrack is really nice, the gameplay is quite pleasing and the storyline is good enough that you want to contniue playing. Add to that some really gorgeous environments and you have a very fine game !
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Enslaved: Odyseey to the West is a solid action game held up mostly by its characters and storytelling. In a distant post-apocalyptic future you play Monkey, who escapes from a slave ship only to be enslaved by a fellow escapee: Trip. From that point forward you're trying to keep her alive during various adventures. I can't really go into it any further than that without spoiling things, but suffice it to say the storytelling and character development is interesting, particularly during the first half of the game.

Gameplay-wise you're looking at a fairly standard action-platformer. Monkey jumps and climbs around some crazy - and beautifully colorful - environments. And over time he unlocks more spectacular methods of navigating terrain and taking out enemies. There is an element of collecting materials to upgrade and unlock abilities here, so there's a small amount of customization. That sadly doesn't do anything to prevent the combat from being very simplistic throughout. And even the spectacular boss battles are handled by fairly basic, eventually repetitive, means.

Enslaved is an older game, and it shows. The environmental design is beautiful and colorful, but the texturework is frequently hideous and there's not much detail to anything. It looks worse than a game released in 2010 should. Similarly, the audio is far from ideal. There is no separate voice volume slider, which often results in voiceovers being completely drowned out by sound effects. Subtitles are essential.

The game loses a little of its focus after the halfway point, but picks it up again shortly before the ending. It ends up being a game that's most-of-the-way to being excellent. Yet it falls flat in terms of execution a few too many times to get all the way there. Some sequences are very glitchy and the combat mechanics / enemy variety could've used some more attention, for example.

All DLC is included with this edition, which is a blessing. The character DLC is largely useless, because it only unlocks after playing the campaign through once, and you're really not going to play through it a second time. But Pigsy's Perfect 10 is an excellent example of how DLC can be done right. It takes the main game's formula, but puts a huge spin on the gameplay mechanics and delivers an excellent 2-3 hour linear stealth & sniping mini-campaign. It even serves as a nice self-contained prequel story ... that's best experienced after playing through the main campaign.

Conclusion / TL;DR
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is an excellent "experience". Gamers who enjoy interesting stories, strong characters and amazing environments can't go wrong. But those looking for strong action-platforming mechanics first and foremost will be let down.

Technical Droning
Requires some ini tweaks to render properly, specifically to fix a Shadow rendering bug and unlock the frame rate.
120Hz - Yes, with ini tweaks
Borderless Window - No
Graphics Options - Decent
Texture Quality - Poor
Gamepad vs Keyboard - Gamepad, the keyboard controls aren't very good
Audio Balance - Poor. Subtitles required
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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West es una aventura de accion y plataformas apocaliptica con un diseño artistico interesante, una narrativa decente y un planteamiento jugable pobre.

Dos personajes arquetipo y no demasiado carismaticos, una chica pelirroja guapa, ¿Nariko, eres tu? Ah! no, eres Trip y un "gorila", digo un tio cachas llamado Monkey, se ven obligados a cooperar para sobrevivir en un mundo desolado y ocupado por mechas y esclavistas. Demasiado bonito para ser verdad pero... ¿Un final feliz?

Tiene unas mecanicas simples que hacen que el juego resulte repetitivo y en cierto modo un poco insulso en su introduccion. Su punto fuerte es la historia y gracias a esta el planteamiento de los niveles mejorara ligeramente ofreciendonos algo mas de variedad para terminar dignamente pero sin gloria.

Lo mas llamativo desde el principio resulta el aspecto artistico, la paleta de colores, el diseño futurista, etc, es un punto de partida interesante para una historia mas o menos compleja.
El planteamiento como ya he dicho resulta pobre debido a un sistema de combate demasiado simple y repetitivo, no hay gran varieadad de enemigos y las partes de plataformas son demasiado faciles y repetitivas resultando a ratos... aburrido.

Pese a todo, un tercer personaje llamado Pigsy, un hombre con apariencia porcina, y unas extrañas visiones nos guiaran hacia el oeste en busca del final de esta distopia, sin dormirnos delante del monitor. Un juego de Ninja Theory, obsesionados con mujeres de pelo rojo, bueno sin mas, que destaca sobre todo visualmente. Esperemos que la experiencia haya servido para evolucionar y llegar un escalon mas arriba.
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Un gran juego que no llamo tanto como se lo merece.

Aqui estamos ante un juego con buena jugabilidad, graficos bastante aceptables, una historia genial, personajes carismaticos y con un buen precio. Muy recomendado si buscas un juego con el k entretenerte unas horas.

Bien merecidamente recibe un 8.5/10.
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Un buen juego plataformero 3D que me recuerda bastante al Prince of Persia del 2008, una buena historia inspirada en Viaje al Oeste, personajes carismaticos y diseño de etapas entretenido.
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