Loosely based on the classic Chinese novel 'Journey to the West', players are cast as Monkey; a strong, brutish loner who is forced to partner with the tech-savvy yet physically weak Trip on a journey to freedom.

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Loosely based on the classic Chinese novel 'Journey to the West', players are cast as Monkey; a strong, brutish loner who is forced to partner with the tech-savvy yet physically weak Trip on a journey to freedom.

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Two Lives. Two Fates. One Legendary Journey.


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WILHELM SCREAM: In chapter 1, a slave screams as the rear of the airship is blown out and he falls to earth. See more »

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Version of Saiyûki (1993) See more »

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Well worth your time
14 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is truly a remarkable adventure game. Although it does not offer anything quite original, it incorporates and sometimes excels on other games such as Prince of Persia and Uncharted. Although those games are higher caliber, I am betting a lot that you will absolutely favor this wonderfully underrated game that did not fare too well financially, which is sad, it deserved much better. It feels like some heart went into the creation of thrilling journey that upon closer inspection, reveals more then just the sum of its parts. There is an underlying inspiration that more then a few will pick up on. This is essentially the Chinese literary classic Journey to the West redone in a different time and setting. And what a setting!! I am pretty sure that no apocalyptic vision of the future has ever had a more colorful world then this one. The background art is phenomenal and I often found myself stalling in parts just to survey and appreciate the talent that went into it. ANd speaking of talent, The honest to goodness role model, Andy Serkis, of Gollum fame, gave quite a bit of insight and production flair to the overall effect. Mr. Serkis is probably the most likable guy in the world, and it genuinely feels like people who cared made this game. I cant ask for much more then that, Liked the story, liked the gameplay, loved the graphics, and I thought the characters were very interesting. If you are looking for a rollicking good time, then what are you waiting for? Don't let this underrated gem pass you buy. The review is late, but the game is timeless.


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