Reviews and Problems with Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
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Pretty game, bad controls
Jerrica Law, Amazon
28 March 2015
Summary: PROS: This game has drop-dead gorgeous post-apocalyptic environment with stunningly written storyline and characters. Watching their development and interaction with each other is a wonderful thing to behold. Andy Serkis is in it. Snarky commentary and genre-savvy snide remarks abound.
Summary: Enslaved odyssey to the west is an action adventure game. As the main protagonist of the game, you are a person enslaved by the slavers with an unknown name. You call your self "monkey" not much of the story is unveiled until you reach close to the end of the game.
Summary: I can't argue that the price may fit experience so I can't complain about putting some money down. If you're really picky on how to invest your money in games, perhaps this might help you decide whether to get this or not. Story: Fairly transparent but sweet (well paced) love story.
Enslaved May Capture You, But Won't Hold You For Too Long
29 March 2011
Summary: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is an action adventure game from developer Team Ninja that attempts to re-imagine the ancient Chinese story Journey to the West with a bit of future apocalyptica flare. You follow the story of a young tech girl named Trip and a battle-hardened vagabond named Monkey.
Summary: When I first saw the trailer for this game, I was blown away. it looked to have great graphics, interesting story, and amazing maps. I got this game and was eager to play it. however my intial excitement wore off quickly.
Summary: After hearing some raves from other gamers, I decided to pick this game up since it was on sale. My first impression of the game is: awkward controls and movement. You will get used to the battles and movement mechanics, but one thing that bothered me was the QTEs.
Summary: I'll start off by saying I loved Heavenly Sword. The story was good, all the characters were interesting, the fighting mechanic was different and the sixaxis moments gave it variety. I didn't mind that it was a short game because there was a lot of content packed in that time-frame.
Summary: Ninja Theory proved themselves competent developers when they released Heavenly Sword in 2007. Their follow up, Enslaved, was their first multi-platform release and further adds to their credibility in the industry.
Summary: The controls aren't that grate, combat and exploration feel a lot less interesting because of them. As for the story it's just too short and for those that are expecting a little bit of romance between the main leads, just forget it, you will be disapointed.
Summary: "Enslaved: Odyssey to the West" could have been great. It could have been a contender. Instead its a decent game with too many flaws holding it back from greatness. Enslaved is set after a war between man and machine which man lost and drove earth into a post apocalyptic era where nature is taking...