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Title: Thanks for Enslaved, True! Posted: October 30, 2010 (01:05 AM)
I posted a little bit about it on Gameroni. I'll send you the link privately. I just wanted to publicly thank you for sending me the game. Enjoying it a lot.
User: True Title: Re: Thanks for Enslaved, True! Posted: October 30, 2010 (01:58 AM)
You're welcome, Zipp. I'm glad to hear that you're liking it. I figured you would. You and I seem to have similar taste in games, and--artistically speaking--Enslaved is one of the best I've played in a long time.
In answer to your two queries: The combat does get better, and you switch between melee and shooting the enemies, in addition there are some pretty cool boss battles like the Rhino and the Dog that break it up.
Two, I can't remember if I've said it in my review or I was talking about it on the forum but there are several moments where you get an idea of the relationship between Monkey and Trip, and one where it's cemented. You think you know what's going to happen or what's going to be said, but it was the furthest thing from what I expected and it just summarizes the entire game. You'll most likely know it when you see it.
User: zippdementia Title: Re: Thanks for Enslaved, True! Posted: October 30, 2010 (11:11 AM)
Yeah,. your review talked a lot about the relationship thing. It was a good review. That sold me on the game.
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