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ComingOctober 5, 2010
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
Before Ninja Theory even began working on it’s new action title
Enslaved it spent weeks building up a fictional timeline of events.
A lot of work goes into birthing a new character for a video game. Here's what sets Enslaved's protagonist apart from other video game action grunts.
The world of Enslaved is a dangerous place. Both of the game's main
characters bring a different set of skills to the table, and they'll
have to learn to work in unison to avoid all the hidden perils in their
world. Developer Ninja Theory talks about the duo and how they'll work
to overcome all the challenges before them.
Stare at Enslaved's amazing concept art every time you turn on
your computer with these exclusive wallpapers.
It’s a social networking generation, so TV commercials and magazine ads
are no longer the only weapon in a marketing team’s arsenal. To
demonstrate this fact, Namco Bandai just announced that Ninja Theory’s
new action title Enslaved: Odyssey to the West would be hijacking the
front page of YouTube on August 31.
To help you start preparing for the rush of exciting games this fall, we put
together a list of the 25 titles we’re most excited about.
Chasms are leaped across, giant robots are impaled, and piggy-back rides
are given in this early look at Enslaved's Gamescom trailer.
Here's a look at Ninja Theory's post-apocalyptic retelling of the Chinese classic Journey to the West.
Ninja Theory boss says the company has no plans for a sequel to Enslaved
Ranging from the intriguing to the absurd, here are 20 matches we'd love
to see made possible by these new titles.