Reviews and Problems with Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
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Mr. Good, Amazon
14 March 2014
Summary: File this one under the "Games not enough people played" category. Enslaved: Odyssey to the West was a 2010 action platformer by British developer Ninja Theory. The PC version just came out recently, however, and that's the version I played through. It's well worth your time.
Summary: This is a fun and engaging game that I feel that did not get the recognition it deserved. The storyline and graphics were phenomenal. The combat and platform sections are easy to grasp. Great game for casual gamers such as myself.
Summary: Not to many people knew about this game and it did not really make headlines, but this is a great sleeper game that may have slipped through the cracks. I really enjoyed the interactions between the characters and there were funny comments made throughout the game. There were also serious points.
Summary: I beat this game once, and it was very enjoyable. I did notice some frame rate jumpiness, but only during cut scenes, and it never bothered me. I don't find the controls all that difficult and the levels are very beautiful.
Summary: I'll be honest upfront. From the beginning, I hated this game. The amount of technical issues was inexcusable. While the art style and colors were beautiful, the textures were muddy, screen-tearing abounded, and never have I seen so many object and texture pop-ins in a game.
Summary: When Enslaved: Odyssey to the West was first being discussed I was keeping my eye on it, as I had picked up Heavenly Sword when I picked up my PlayStation 3 and thorougly enjoyed it. However, after lackluster reviews I opted to wait until I picked it up.
Summary: The images in the game are wonderful, The game play is easy and natural. I beat it on normal in about 15 hours with over 85% collected. The Mechs are cool and the Cloud Hover Board is tons of fun to just play around on. On the down side it's a short game with an easy to read Plot.
A brief, yet beautiful and grasping post-apocalyptic adventure
3 April 2011
Summary: This game takes place about 150 years in yet another post-apocalyptic future where apparently a nasty war occurred that decimated the human population to the point where they now only number in the thousands.
Summary: When I first heard of this game on game informer I thought this was going to be another cheesy Japanese game. After playing the demo I knew I was wrong.This game does not have the best game mechanics but it is challenging. The graphics are awesome for the most part but a whole lot of bugs.