The PC version of Ninja Theory's action adventure game Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is out now on Steam.

There it costs 14.99.

Enslaved was this week republished as a Premium Edition on PC and PlayStation Network. This includes the original game, the Pigsy's Perfect 10 downloadable add-on and character skins Ninja Monkey, Classic Monkey and Sexy Trip.

The PC version supports Steam Big Picture Mode, Steam Achievements and Cloud Saves.

For more on the game, check our Ellie's original review from 2010, which we republished earlier this week. (Apologies for getting ahead of ourselves there - we had the wrong release date written down.)

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