Hellblade PC? Hell Yeah!

Hellblade PC? Hell Yeah!

Jan 8, 2015

Via PC Gamer revealing the news; we now have a solid yes on a PC version of Ninja Theory’s new game. So now we know that it’ll be released on both PS4 and PC but one of the reasons they give for a PC version is the opportunity to maybe do a Beta – or at least get it playtested – and that the PC version will offer more opportunities, like making...

DmC Devil May Cry: review

DmC Devil May Cry: review

Jan 14, 2013

Format: 360 (version reviewed), PS3 Unleashed: January 15th Publisher: Capcom Developer: Ninja Theory Players: 1 Site: http://www.devilmaycry.com When DmC Devil May Cry was first revealed it was met by near-universal cries of “What have you done to Dante?!” and rather than focus on whether Ninja Theory would be able to put a spin on the original...

Enslaved: Odyssey To The West: review

Enslaved: Odyssey To The West: review

Oct 29, 2010

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bandai Namco Games Developer: Ninja Theory Players: 1 Site: http://www.enslaved-thegame.com/ On paper, Enslaved: Odyssey To The West is undoubtedly a game of high pedigree. Coming from UK developers Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword and the forthcoming Devil May Cry reboot), it’s a reworking of...

Devil May Cry reboot announced with trailer

Devil May Cry reboot announced with trailer

Sep 16, 2010

Capcom have announced a Devil May Cry reboot being developed by Ninja Theory, the UK based studio behind Heavenly Sword. Not many game details are known beyond what the trailer shows us, but to be honest the trailer does show off a lot. Players take the role of a younger Dante, still looking as outlandishly stylish as ever but with black hair, sans trench coat...

Ninja Theory announces new action-adventure

Ninja Theory, whose most recent efforts is the PS3-exclusive twing twangathon Heavenly Sword, have announced a new title in development for both the PS3 and the 360 entitled Enslaved. The game, which labels itself a “tactical action-adventure”, will centre around the two characters Monkey and Trip, both of whom find themselves (wait for it…) enslaved...