(Australia) New Entry For Enslaved Appears On Australian Ratings Board

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West appears to be getting a re-release down under. Enslaved: Odyssey to the West – Premium Edition has been classified on the Australian Classification Board website.

Released in 2010, Enslaved tells the tale of a brutish man, named Monkey, who must help a woman travel west across post-apocalyptic United States to her home. As numerous as games set in a post-apocalyptic setting might be, the game does something rather unique. The story and characters are a re-imagining of the Chinese story Journey to the West.

Enslaved did have one lone DLC. Pigsy’s Perfect 10 is a prequel to the game and stars one of the characters you meet later in the game. Most likely than not, this will be included in the Premium Edition.

Enslaved was developed by Ninja Theory (DMC: Devil May Cry, Heavenly Sword) with Andy Serkis of Lord of the Rings fame as the voice of Monkey. He also performed the motion capture for the character as well.

Namco Bandai has not made any official announcements yet, but a lot of games tend to get unofficially announced through a ratings entry such as this. Chances are good that one will come soon after this.

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