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Enslaved Odyssey To The West ( PS3 ) £28.99 @ PowerPlay Direct
Enslaved Odyssey To The West ( PS3 ) £28.99 @ PowerPlay Direct

Enslaved Odyssey To The West ( PS3 ) £28.99 @ PowerPlay Direct

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Looks a good price for a new release.

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11 Comments

Not sure about this game, I played the demo & wasnt impressed but I did leave me wondering if it gets better

couple more weeks and it will hit the magic price, cant wait.... well i can but u get what i mean

golfer2007

couple more weeks and it will hit the magic price, cant wait.... well i … couple more weeks and it will hit the magic price, cant wait.... well i can but u get what i mean



Yep it is going to slide over the next few weeks, good price OP but not good enough;)

MM

I think it will be £17.95 in one of those Zavvi Mega Monday sales in the coming weeks...

One of my favourite games over the past few years. If you liked uncharted 2, then you will love this... looks beautiful, plays well, linear, but challenging...

andyc1976

One of my favourite games over the past few years. If you liked uncharted … One of my favourite games over the past few years. If you liked uncharted 2, then you will love this... looks beautiful, plays well, linear, but challenging...



I must admit, it is not without its flaws, very linear, the automated button pressing pushing in directions to jump from foothold to foothold....however the storyline is possibly one of the best I have seen besides Beyond Good & Evil, Batman Arkham Asylum, Uncharted 1/2.

The facial expressions are outstanding, as is the voice acting, the game certainly does borrow elements from both Arkham Asylum (challenging areas that require stealth and planning) and Uncharted 2 (Opening chapter climb through an ever failing aircraft is so much like Uncharted 2 train crash sequence).

If you own both consoles, I have to say from my own experience that the 360 edges on the graphics side of things, definitely sharper.

Don't touch this company. They double charged me and three weeks later can't be bothered to reply to me.

The demo was breathtaking (and im not a fan of 3rd person except Uncharted) . A must buy along with , a Move Controller , Fifa 11 , Formula 1 , GT5 , Battlefield Vietnam , Medal of Honour etc .
There are so many great games about at the moment and i cant afford any of them . Having to rent and buy preowned all the time must be affecting the industry but they are to blame for such high prices i guess .
I have bought about 14 games this year and only 1 was brand new - BFBC2 ( and i might also add the best game and most played of anything i bought this year ) . Heavy Rain was one of the best games i have played in 30 years of gaming but i rented that out .

MinerWilly

The demo was breathtaking (and im not a fan of 3rd person except … The demo was breathtaking (and im not a fan of 3rd person except Uncharted) . A must buy along with , a Move Controller , Fifa 11 , Formula 1 , GT5 , Battlefield Vietnam , Medal of Honour etc . There are so many great games about at the moment and i cant afford any of them . Having to rent and buy preowned all the time must be affecting the industry but they are to blame for such high prices i guess . I have bought about 14 games this year and only 1 was brand new - BFBC2 ( and i might also add the best game and most played of anything i bought this year ) . Heavy Rain was one of the best games i have played in 30 years of gaming but i rented that out .



thought about joining Lovefilm, I have recently and I doubt I'll ever purchase a game again, unless its a multiplayer one that I will return to time and again like Fifa. Previously I was buying every game I wanted new, albeit not at release prices, but for £15 a month you can have as many titles as you want from lovefilm, I have gone through loads of great games recently that have held their prices so wouldn't have bought such as Heavy Rain

I saw this in my local Morrisons for 24.99 earlier on today. They actually had a few things in the Entertainment section that were cheaper than the "cheapest" online prices and they've actually got me worried that I've become a bit too reliant on online pricecheckers! After years of smugly thinking I only get things for the best price going I don't think I could forgive myself if I overpaid for something.
Damn you internet - lure me in and then let me down!!

rikky

After years of smugly thinking I only get things for the best price going … After years of smugly thinking I only get things for the best price going I don't think I could forgive myself if I overpaid for something.


lol, I'm genuinely upset if someone finds something cheaper than what I've already paid within a week of my paying for it - if it hasn't been posted on here, or isn't in very short supply at one particular shop in a different part of the country...
One of my friends seems to find absolutely everything cheaper at his local 'cash converters'-type pawn shop, to my annoyance, as I don't have any near me. But I always think that ultimately, you can't expect many places (such as Morrisons) to have what you want in stock, and to come up on the tills at the correct price...
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