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Submitted by tordavis 1648d ago | review

The Bitbag: Enslaved: Odyssey To The West Review

The Bitbag: Ninja Theory captured my heart a few years ago with a wonderful title called Heavenly Sword. Once I completed this game the first time, Ninja Theory became one of my favorite developers. It was the first time in years that a video game had moved me emotionally. They brought a level of character design, voice overs and story telling that has transcended anything I’ve ever seen. Enslaved is their sophomore next gen effort and it’s a multi-platform, Unreal based game. Has Ninja Theory once again delivered a sandstorm of entertainment? (Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, PS3, Xbox 360) -

Jac5al  +   1648d ago
No score?
tordavis  +   1648d ago
nope. No need.

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