I had a good time with it. The world-building, characters, music, even the combat (to some extent) was a good time. I agree with one of the posters here that praised the camera movement during attacks and just the visceral feeling of combat in general. Definitely needed more moves to avoid repetition, and man did it have some ****y animations and movement, but I think Enslaved is one of the best "B-tier" games I played this generation.

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