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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
78 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003M8HNKC
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 8 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,339 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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 you stay, your fate is in her hands. In both cases, your freedom is no longer your own.


  • A cinematic masterpiece: Featuring dramatic cutscenes co-directed by Andy Serkis, (Lord of the Rings, King Kong) who also plays the lead role of Monkey, portraying critical events that drive the story of Monkey and Trip
  • Stunning environments: Explore a beautiful, eerie world of war-ravaged cityscapes that have been reclaimed by nature and are fraught with danger at every turn
  • Tactical gameplay: Think on your feet! Survey the environment, work together with Trip and choose your path to battle through the perilous environmental and deadly enemy obstacles that await
  • Engaging storyline: Play through an original story co-written by famed novelist and screenwriter, Alex Garland, (The Beach, 28 Days Later) - loosely inspired by the classic Chinese novel "Journey to the West," experience the evolving relationship between Monkey and Trip through their plight for survival
  • Dynamic combat system: Attack and defend with agile prowess using a combination of melee attacks, blocks and intense takedowns which allow Monkey to over

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. A. Jones on 18 Nov. 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The campaign is around 12-15 hours, depending on the difficulty you play it on and if you want to collect all the bright shiny things to upgrade your weapons and shield. Whilst the gameplay might not always be the smoothest, it is varied and always exciting, especially at certain points in the story where it can be very tense. The whole game is designed and looks beautiful, and some of the sights are breathtaking, a much better looking post-apocalyptic world than that of Fallout. The acting is flawless and you grow to really care about the characters throughout the game, which in the end is why you should be playing the game. It puts a new exciting spin on a very over used storyline and the ending, without spoiling anything, is not what i expected, but still absolutely incredible and better than what i imagined. From anything you might have seen from trailers or gameplay, you haven't seen anything..trust me. The last few levels are absolutely huge and brilliantly designed and at this point any small flaws or problems you might have with the game, will be overlooked instantly. So this game might not be COD:Black Ops, (even though it does include some quite frequent third person shooting), this game has emotion, looks, and a really fun experience.
I can't believe how under rated and overlooked this game is by the gaming community, and this game would make a brilliant christmas present, especially now it's been reduced nearly everywhere. If your a fan of action, adventure, a good storyline, good acting, or even art this game is definitely for you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joel Stinton on 25 Jan. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Enslaved, is the most obvious Uncharted clone that has been released to date, and succeeds and frustrating in equal measure. I brought this game, due to its price- £15, a stream of positive reviews and good fan fare, but i came away slightly disappointed by my experience of the game, although i would say at this price it is well worth a playthrough.

The game, frustrates because it is a game of undeniable potential. The game world is well thought out, the post apocalyptic new york where you begin your adventure is beautiful, instead of a barren world of grey and browns, nature has reclaimed a post humanity new york in full bloom. Colourful flowers, trees, and plants, cover abandoned homes, skyscrapers, and machines, and at times, when the game allows you to, there are some breathtaking backdrops, that show of some splendid graphics. The voice acting, and the animations of the lead three characters, are at times superb, which help you invest in the game design and story.

But this is where the problems begin to occur, It is a 5/10 game, dressed up in 8/10 art design. The game is really clunky, and to be honest, the story is actually quite bare, there is no real narrative, and this isn't really supported by a subtext to care about the world you find yourself in, or the characters that you supposed to guide through it. The game consist of chapters, each one taking maybe up to 30 mins to complete, and starts and ends with 10-30 seconds of dialouge between the two leads, Monkey and Tripp. I was left disappointed because there is no real substance in these cutscenes, they consisted of where shall we go next and how to do it, the evolving relationship between monkey and Tripp, of slave and its owner, never really developed for me.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By acs78 on 1 Nov. 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The pros are it looks great and the story is engaging and well acted.

The cons are it plays like a pig at times with no real challenge to the game play. Its crying out for a simple 'jump button' as you often end up running against obstacles you should pop straight over (or through) and the climbing is effectively on rails with no possibility to mess up. The camera angles are often dreadful and I have gone through whole fights with the camera hidden in a block of scenery so I can see nothing (but still won as it all comes down to button bashing).

I like it, but it needed several months more play testing pre release.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Qaisar on 21 April 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I had high hopes for this game as as it was developed by the the creators of one of my favopurite ps3 games: Heavenly Sword and i'm happy to report thgat i was overall impressed with the game but i felt it lacked the scale and epicness of Heavenly sword. The Game begins on a brilliant high with you escaping and exploding slave ship and it is here where you meet trip, a hot girl with a penchant for hacking. the opening scene alone was so brethtasking i continued playing hoping for a similar adrenaline rush but was unfortunately denied. However this was maded up brilliantly thanks to the introduction to pigsy who added so comedy onto the tale and the final boss was a brilliant spectacle to behold with a sad twist.

Gameplay in this game is a mix of action elements and button mashing to more tactical encounters using trip to create hologram decoys to distract enemies while you close in for the kill and platforming sections. i felt this to be the most weak part as the tactical scenes felt weak as the situations felt too easy once you knew the kinks of the decoy meter.Same with the combat which i felt lacked depth as the same combos strings eventually became repetetive and boring which was a shame.

overall i believe this game is worth the story alone even if the the gameplay lacks in some areas. its great to see andy sekis in the game with multiple roles and its worth it for his awesome acting.
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