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  • Ninja Thoery Explains, But Doesn't Show The Secret Face-Scanning Tech Of Hellblade


    Developer Ninja Theory contracted a company called 3Lateral to scan the face of its model for Hellblade's protagonist, Senua, and it explains, but does not show the process in a new video.

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  • Mad Fun

    I have a reputation for liking the 'underdog' games. Alpha Protocol, Rise of the Argonauts, Spartacus, Enslaved, The Saboteur, DOA Beach Volleyball, the Way of the Samurai series, Conan, the Prince of Persia reboot... I scored all above 8.0. I... More
  • Backlog: An Affront Against Heaven

    Like many of you I did not acquire a PS3 at launch. I didn't get mine until the summer of 2008 so, naturally, when Heavenly Sword launched just prior to the PS3's 1st anniversary I was not invited to the party. By the time I got my PS3 I had Grand... More
  • Ninja Theory To Detail Canceled, Unannounced Projects At GDC Europe


    Ninja Theory, the developer behind games like Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and the recent Devil May Cry, is planning on showing some of its titles that never came to light at GDC Europe.

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  • Developer Salute – Ninja Theory


    Ninja Theory's focus on storytelling and performance capture have set it apart in the current generation of consoles, and its future looks bright.

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  • Enslaved: Holding Your Hand Through a Fun Story

    I just finished Enslaved and I have to say that I have a love/hate relationship with it. The talented developers at Ninja Theory had a lot of great ideas going in to this game but failed to capitalize on them with the final product. The story and characters... More
  • Ninja Theory Working On Something New


    The developer behind Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, and the latest DMC has hinted that gamers might see its latest project soon. 

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  • Quick Critique: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

    When it comes to videogames, story isn't a necessity, a game can still be great and involving without one by purely relying on game play, just look at Super Mario or Team Fortress. Story in videogames is more of an option, its something that can enhance... More
  • Are You Feeling Better About Dante's Redesign?

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    When the new Devil May Cry was revealed back in 2010, the Internet was not happy. Message boards were upset that a younger Dante didn't have white hair, and that he looked like he listened to Dashboard Confessional.

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  • Stale Gamer: Review Vol. I

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    Greetings, all. Both of you. I am a relatively new member of the Gameinformer community, but I suspect a senior member at the same time. Hence the Stale moniker. I have been playing video games since my aunt bought our family a Pong home console back... More
  • A Long Day's Journey - Review of Enslaved: OttW

    In the world I see - you are stalking elk through the damp canyon forests around the ruins of Rockefeller Center. You'll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life. You'll climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears... More
  • A broken hook can still catch a fish?

    Sometimes I see a busted chick, and after a few double-takes, I kind of start to think she's attractive anyways. Not to mislead about Enslaved -- if this game was a chick at a bar, you'd be retarded to not talk to her. The backdrops and scenery... More
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