Ninja Theory

Game Developer: Ninja Theory

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PlayStation 3
Written by Steven McGehee     March 11, 2013     0   5   0   0   0
Vergil's Downfall adds six chapters, a couple of new enemies, and the ability to play as the ever power-hungry Vergil after the events of DmC.
 
8.2
 
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PlayStation 3
Written by Steven McGehee     January 13, 2013     0   7   0   0   0
UK developer Ninja Theory and Capcom have teamed up for a new Devil May Cry game. DmC is a prequel that has all of the familiar gameplay elements DMC fans have come to know and love, but even series newcomers shouldn't pass this one up.
 
9.0
 
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Xbox 360
Written by Steven McGehee     October 04, 2010     0   24   0   0   0
In 2007, UK based developer Ninja Theory released Heavenly Sword, one of several PS3 exclusive holiday blockbusters of that year. With hopes for a sequel dashed after a battle with SCEA, Ninja Theory has since gone multi-platform. Recently, it was announced that the next installment in the popular Devil May Cry franchise is to be co-developed by Ninja Theory. That's still a ways off, but in the meantime, this week, Ninja Theory and Namco are releasing Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. This third person action adventure is a re-telling of a 400 year old novel, "Journey To the West," which I may have to look up now having played Enslaved. Anyway, I got a great vibe from this game at E3, so my hopes were high. Having just completed the game several hours ago, I'm pleased to say that Ninja Theory has struck gold again, and Enslaved is one of my top contenders for game of the year.
 
9.2
 
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PlayStation 3
Written by Steven McGehee     March 19, 2008     0   14   0   0   0
Looking back at E3 this past July, Heavenly Sword was the game I was most eagerly anticipating (not an easy thing to say believe me). While unfortunately brief and linear, Heavenly Sword provided me with a very enjoyable ten hours of play, leaving me wishing their were more than just the ability to play through it again (something I haven’t been able to make the time for). That said, if you enjoy third person action, Heavenly Sword brings it in spades from start to finish in a surprisingly engaging tale.
 
8.8
 
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