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  • Enslaved: A Critique of Andrew Reiner's Review

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    Hello, all, Recently, I experienced an epiphany. This sudden realization was this: Game Informer's reviews are not always correct, or they are at least not always going to agree with my own assessment. I say this because I have been a huge proponent... More
  • Rise of the Planet of the Apes Movie Review

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    [ Rise of the Planet of the Apes Directed by Rupert Wyatt Starring: James Franco, Andy Serkis, Freida Pinto, and John Lithgow MPAA: PG-13 - For Intense and Frightening Sequences of Action and Violence] If there's one thing you're going to hear... More
  • New Enslaved Screens Feature A Man Named Monkey

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    Here's a look at Ninja Theory's post-apocalyptic retelling of the Chinese classic Journey to the West.

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  • Ninja Theory Talks Teamwork In Exclusive Enslaved Developer Diary

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    The world of Enslaved is a dangerous place. Both of the game's main characters bring a different set of skills to the table, and they'll have to learn to work in unison to avoid all the hidden perils in their world. Developer Ninja Theory talks about the duo and how they'll work to overcome all the challenges before them.

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  • Navigating Enslaved’s Lush World, First Hands-On

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    We stepped onto Monkey’s new hover board and knocked a giant robotic dog off a cliff. Obviously, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is looking awesome.

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  • Enslaved Developer Blog 3

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    It's always interested to hear game developers talk about their games in their own words. In this installment of Enslaved's Developer Diary, the team at Ninja Theory talks about how they went about designing Enslaved colorful environments.

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  • An adventure with personality.

    When I first opened my package of Psychonauts and placed it into my X-box, I was hooked. The charismatic characters, the cartoon styled slap-stick humor, the likable personalities and a game that just drew you into it's world. I was saddened by all... More
  • Stale Gamer: Review Vol. I

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    Greetings, all. Both of you. I am a relatively new member of the Gameinformer community, but I suspect a senior member at the same time. Hence the Stale moniker. I have been playing video games since my aunt bought our family a Pong home console back... More
  • A Long Day's Journey - Review of Enslaved: OttW

    In the world I see - you are stalking elk through the damp canyon forests around the ruins of Rockefeller Center. You'll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life. You'll climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears... More
  • A broken hook can still catch a fish?

    Sometimes I see a busted chick, and after a few double-takes, I kind of start to think she's attractive anyways. Not to mislead about Enslaved -- if this game was a chick at a bar, you'd be retarded to not talk to her. The backdrops and scenery... More
  • Straght forward action adenture game with personality

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    Just looking at Enslaved it is hard to tell what the game truly is. The art style is the most unconventional part about it. The color palette is all over the place, with its earth tones, warm colors, and neons cranked to almost the highest saturation;... More
  • 2011, year of catching up

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    Alan Wake: The Writer Bioshock 2 Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Crysis 2 Dead Space 2 Deadly Premoniton Deus Ex: Human Revolution Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Fable III Halo 3: ODST Halo: Reach Mass Effect NCAA Football 12 Outland The Saboteur I've... More