If you’ve read my previous posts, then you’ll know that I enjoyed playing Heavenly Sword a few months back, so understandably I was excited for a sequel. 1,294 more words
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Ninja Theory has pitched Hellblade as “independent AAA”, and by doing have wedged themselves into an unnecessarily tough, possibly inflexible, position. Whether long-winded introductions are saved with this distillation, it nevertheless invites a much greater level of scrutiny and pressure, the latter of a variety the developer may have been kinder to itself to keep internal. 1,102 more words
The fourth category on my list of five is dedicated to platformer titles. Now this definition can be somewhat vague, but to clarify, I’m meaning games where the traversal of the game world takes precedent sometimes involving puzzles or obstacles. 481 more words
Hellblade’s visual language draws you inside heroine Sennua’s descent into a beguiling world.
This behind the scenes look into Hellblade focuses on the games three core strengths. 22 more words
On this Episode of AbandonWare we play a re imagined version of Devil may Cry, this one is by Ninja Theory.
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