Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword, Enslaved) co-founder Tameem Antoniades will be delivering a keynote at GDC Europe, which will include some details on some of the games and ideas the company has worked on over the last 14 years ... read
Put down your dukes Ninja Theory is one of the most interesting developers in the business. They have the opportunity to develop high-budget, low-grossing games more often than pretty much any other studio in existence -- then move on to another... read feature
[Update: A representative at Ninja Theory has denied these claims, stating that they are open to mobile and console development. It appears as if Tameem was mouthing off. Again. Someone really needs to implement a "no talking... read
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West has finally made its way to the PC after years of hanging out exclusively on home consoles. It's always been a beautiful and enjoyable game so I was excited to jump back into it on the computer. ... read
The Premium Edition of Enslaved: Odyssey to the West can now be downloaded on Steam and PlayStation Network, with the former release being a first for the title. After DmC, I was hoping this earlier Ninja Theory project would... read
My favorite of Ninja Theory's games is looking like it may get a second chance to shine. Namco Bandai has confirmed reports that a new, premium version of Enslaved: Odyssey to the West will be seeing release on PlayStati... read
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Ninja Theory, developer of the recent, divisive DmC: Devil May Cry, has a new trailer up on its website that chronicles its work during this soon to be recent generation. Spliced in is also a more mysterious project featurin... read feature
DmC: Devil May Cry and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West developer Ninja Theory has turned its focus to mobile gaming, at least for right now. The studio's new game, Fightback, is a free-to-play brawler destined for Google Play a... read
We have a lovely new installment of Office Chat for you to enjoy today. Jordan and I are joined by Chris Carter. We talk a little bit about all of those properties Nordic Games scooped up in the final auction of THQ ass... read
Ratchet and Clank gets all the spotlight this morning as far as game-to-movie adaptations go, but another is looking for some gamer love. According to the very end of Variety's article on the film, in addition to Ratchet and ... read
Just two months ago, DmC: Devil May Cry was released and caused quite a ruckus. While this unique entry in the Devil May Cry franchise didn't exactly light up the charts, and remains a contentious title with series fans, at t... read
If Capcom's short teasers aren't satisfying you while you wait for DmC: Devil May Cry's upcoming DLC, Vergil's Downfall, a few users in Europe have redeemed their codes before the March 5th release date, and have uploaded so... read
While some argue the PlayStation 4 reveal event wasn't as full of megaton announcements as it should have been, many glossed over one important and startling bit of news -- Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades has hacked off... read
Vergil's Downfall The upcoming downloadable story content for DmC picks up right where the game finishes, so needless to say this will be one spoiler filled preview.
At the end of DmC, Dante plunges his sword into... read feature
DmC: Devil May Cry was a blast to play, and one of my favorite things to pull in the game were all the crazy attacks and combos you can string together. Capcom-Unity pulled together a few videos fans have made stringing toge... read
An update has hit the PC version of DmC: Devil May Cry on Steam this week. The updates address a minor bugs, and tweaks some things affecting gameplay. Game balancing wise, demon evade provides less damage and style boost, an... read
Dominic Matthews explains DmC's themes Rock, Paper, Shotgun had the opportunity to sit down with Ninja Theory and learn a bit more about some of the motivations behind the design of DmC: Devil May Cry, specifically from a narrative perspective. Ninja Theory’... read feature
Did you know DmC: Devil May Cry features two full blown soundtracks? Noisia released their 36 track album earlier this month, and consists of mostly of dubstep, electronic and ambient style of music for the game. It's availa... read
60 frames-per-second put a Christmas in your eyes DmC: Devil May Cry has been out for a while, and I think everybody's said what they need to say about it. Whether you're a supporter of the game, a hater of the game, or you were busy making up stories about human babies bein... read feature
If you're itching to get more out of the world of DmC: Devil May Cry, today is your lucky day. Titan Comics has just announced that a tie-in comic series is now available on ComiXology.com, and will be coming to print soon.
Original Dante! After I beat DmC: Devil May Cry the other day, I unlocked the white-haired Dante costume. Essentially, it's the new Dante in his same "new" style, with his old hair color.
It was small concession for fans who really cared wha... read feature
Dante's Winferno DmC: Devil May Cry is an insult. It insults the fans, who have loyally supported Capcom through thick and thin, and it insults the legacy of a most respected action series. Ninja Theory has spat upon one of the last pure name... read feature
For better or worse, with the direction DmC: Devil May Cry has taken, I would have figured the series' popular Bloody Palace mode would be an obvious inclusion; something familiar for long-time fans to fall back to once every... read
If you like walking, you're in for a treat. With a trailer that rivals even the Lord of the Rings franchise on "most steps taken per running time," you'll get to see Dante walk around as the world turns to Limbo City around ... read
A post-launch DLC pack for DmC: Devil May Cry has Dante's lovable twin brother jumping in as a playable character. Capcom says that Vergil's downfall will be available after launch for $8.99/720 MSP, and that pre-o... read
Having previously spoken with Capcom about DmC: Devil May Cry running at 30 frames per second as opposed to the series' traditional 60 fps, we heard that "it still feels really good" from Capcom Japan producer Motohide Eshiro... read
The ever-wise All Games Beta has discovered an image of the limited edition for DmC: Devil May Cry, known more impressively as the Son of Sparda Edition.
As well as flashy packaging, the special edition features the Sam... read
One of my favorite parts of getting a fresh new Devil May Cry game is working my way up to Dante Must Die mode (read: Very Hard) and beyond. There's something about the Devil May Cry series and its harder difficulty modes tha... read
Ninja Theory talks overhauls and backlash DmC: Devil May Cry has been controversial to say the least. Ever since Capcom announced a new game, developed by Ninja Theory and starring a redesigned Dante, fans have been furious, declaring this a grand travesty ... read feature