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Ninja Theory reveals Enslaved, says almost nil about it

6:44 AM on 09.10.2009 // Brad Nicholson

Remember Ninja Theory? It’s the studio responsible for the PS3-exclusive Heavenly Sword -- a third-person title in the vein of God of War starring a scantily clad and somewhat clever female lead. There were plans for a trilogy -- in fact, it was said in 2007 that the second game was already written -- but the developed dumped it in favor of another project. That project may have been revealed in the latest issue of gaming magazine Game Informer.

In the latest issue -- in a blurb, really -- it is revealed that Ninja Theory’s next title is called Enslaved. It’s set to be a "post-apocalyptic journey," and, that’s really all that was stated. Well, other than plans for Namco-Bandai to publish the title across platforms.

We’re up for anything Ninja Theory has to show. Heavenly Sword was on the cusp of being a great title. If it just had a bit more polish -- especially with the boss battles and SIX-AXIS motion crap -- we’d probably be talking about it in a radically different way. Hopefully, we’ll get some more substantive information about Enslaved in the near future.

[via Eurogamer]


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