Well this is some sparkling news for PC gamers. After originally making its debut at last year's GamesCom in Cologne, Germany, Hellblade is no longer going to be limited to the PS4 platform as Ninja Theory will be branching out to PC.
Ninja Theory has been teasing a new game for weeks now and, during this morning's Gamescom PlayStation press event, the team finally pulled back the curtain on its new gritty action game, Hellblade.
The Heavenly Sword animated film finally has a release date, due to hit DVD, Blu-ray and digital markets this Sept. 2. So, while fans of the ill-fated PlayStation 3 exclusive may not be getting their sequel, at least more folks can now experience the story of Nariko and her quest to harness a legendary weapon and save her homeland from an evil warlord.
Kick butt and don’t even bother to take names in Fightback, the latest free-to-play action game from Ninja Theory, available now worldwide on iOS.
If Ninja Theory's rendition of Devil May Cry was a side-scroller that swapped the dark, gritty atmosphere for bright contrasting colors and featured a purple-haired protagonist who actually had balls, you would get Bleed, the indie game starring a tough-as-nails female who makes emo-Dante look... well, emo.
Ninja Theory, the developer of Heavenly Sword and DmC: Devil May Cry, will release their next game this summer. The game is called Fightback will be the studio's first release on mobile devices.
Capcom and Ninja Theory's third-person, action-oriented, hack-and-slash demon hunting game, DmC: Devil May Cry, has officially launched for both the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. The game has already jolted off to a good start with a bevy helping of positive review scores, ensuring that if sales do well a sequel is definitely inbound, for better or for worse.
Do you like that sexy emo beast in the new DmC: Devil May Cry? Well, of course you do because he's the new hotness and not the old hotness. In fact, Ninja Theory wanted to rub in the fact that new Dante is so cool and so beastly that they decided to have him make fun of the old Dante in a quick Easter egg.
Capcom has handed off development of their stylish action franchise Devil May Cry to UK’s Ninja Theory (Enslaved, Heavenly Sword) and the result is surprisingly familiar. So much so that I’m not certain if there are really spoilers. Although the parallel storyline reboot situation DmC brings to the world is different than past games in the series, playing the game is a déjà vu trip. This means that the twist at the end of the game is clear to anyone who’s familiar with the series, but how it all happens is new.
Capcom and Ninja Theory's upcoming reboot of Devil May Cry ran into a bit of the leaky territory, when early copies of the game managed to get into hands of gamers and they briskly took it upon themselves to showcase just what gamers could be missing by not playing the Westernized take on the popular Japanese series.
The upcoming reboot for Devil May Cry has seen its share of pre-release hate but the game might turn out better than expected. The world first review for DmC is a 9/10 and says that it's actually better than previous games in some ways.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Devil May Cry from Ninja Theory and Capcom. The (semi) fast-paced, hack-and-slash action game will launch with some special DLC for those who pre-order the game called Vergil's Downfall. The new trailer shows off an angry and scarred Vergil doing a number of cool slashes and swooshes on demon baddies.
Capcom's reboot of the Devil May Cry series made an appearance at this weekend's New York Comic Con. The company released a trailer full of gameplay footage that hints slightly at the game's story.
Given that the on-disc DLC or disc-locked content caused such a furor, it was still something hot on the minds of gamers and Capcom was asked directly at a recent event if Devil May Cry would contain disc-locked content and a producer at Capcom promised that it wouldn't.
A lot of hardcore Devil May Cry fans feel as if Capcom and Ninja Theory's latest title isn't true enough to what Capcom originally established with the original Devil May Cry games. Well, some gamers are now coming around to the way of Ninja Theory after watching footage while others feel it helps to reinforce their vision of the reboot. With 25 minutes of off-screen footage available, you can decide for yourself if you like the direction of the reboot or not.