The lights are on
ComingOctober 5, 2010
Two new action games and the entire slate of 2010 sports releases discussed.
Actor Andy Serkis is no stranger to a motion capture studio. A skilled
thespian, Serkis has provided motion capture for films like King Kong,
Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy (as Gollum), and Steven
Spielberg’s upcoming The Adventures of Tintin film. Serkis also
portrayed King Bohan in 2007’s Heavenly Sword. We took a few minutes to
sit down with Serkis and talk about his most recent video game project,
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West.
If you are tired of DLC that feels like a tacked on experience or a
level that was cut from the original game, then you are not alone.
Enslaved developer Ninja Theory feels the same way, which is why its
hoping players will get their money’s worth when they download
Before the game comes out
on October 5, let's take a closer look at the Enslaved's cast.
Composer Nitin Sawhney took some time to answer a few questions about his newest work on Enslaved: Odyssey to the West.
Ninja Theory’s very own creative art director,
Alessandro Taini, shared a few of Trip’s early concept designs and
walked us through the birth of Enslaved's female lead.
A game’s concept art tells the story of its development. This is the story of Enslaved: Odyssey to the West.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West starts out with one of the most frantic first levels we’ve seen in a long while. What you don’t believe us? Fine, we’ll just show you.
It's always interested to hear game developers talk about their games in
their own words. In this installment of Enslaved's Developer Diary, the
team at Ninja Theory talks about how they went about designing Enslaved
Interested but not quite sold yet on Ninja Theory's new action game
starring a man named Monkey? Why not play with Monkey yourself in the
upcoming demo...that didn't come out