Dozens of Enslaved shots hit from Spain

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 24 May 2010 17:03 GMT


The embargo just went up on some lovely Enslaved screens from Namco’s Spanish press event earlier this month. Go monkey after the break.

The action adventure, based on the classic Chinese Middle Ages tale Journey to the West, is set 150 years in the future.

It’s a futuristic interpretation of the Monkey story, in which the protagonist is tied to a master via an enchanted crown. Monkey must guard a young woman on her journey to be set free.

Looks very pretty. Ninja Theory’s behind this. Check out our interview with studio boss Tameem Antoniades at the Barcelona shindig. It’s out this autumn.

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