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ComingOctober 5, 2010
Ninja Theory's focus on storytelling and performance capture have set it apart in the current generation of consoles, and its future looks bright.
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.
Ninja Theory shows us how its new game, Enslaved, is coming along
Before Ninja Theory even began working on it’s new action title
Enslaved it spent weeks building up a fictional timeline of events.
Before the game comes out
on October 5, let's take a closer look at the Enslaved's cast.
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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.
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.
It’s not surprising that a guy like Pigsy is single, but we kind of feel
sorry for the guy. He’s so lonely that now he’s trying to build a woman
out of trash. Check out a new batch of screens for Enslaved’s first
batch of DLC.
In honor of Enslaved's upcoming DLC, which let's you play the game in 3D, check out this awesome 3D screenshot of Monkey in action.
Namco posts some disappointing software sales results for Enslaved: Odyssey to the West