In our most recent development diary we showed how we’re striving to create our most believable character face yet. In this video we show how we’re striving for the very same in Senua’s body:
In Hellblade we’re striving to create our most believable and compelling character yet. In our 16th development diary we focus on the creation of Senua’s face.
In our latest Development Diary we show how we are using binaural recording techniques to create a 3D soundscape for our players. Wear headphones to hear binaural audio in this video:
Ninja Store Now Open!
Late last year we asked you to vote for which Hellblade t-shirt design you’d like us to create first. There was a clear winner, and today we’re happy to be opening the Ninja Store and giving you the chance to buy the chosen design. By buying the Hellblade t-shirt you’ll be getting the very 1st piece of official Ninja Theory merchandise ever, as well as supporting the Hellblade project at the same time.
We’ve taken a lot of care to get this 1st official Hellblade shirt just right. The shirt is a premium tee in peached 100% cotton jersey with the original Senua portrait as a soft print. We’ve also created a bespoke Ninja Theory tag that is printed on the inside of the shirt:
We have stock of the shirt in the UK, US and Sydney – so hopefully wherever you are in the world we can get a shirt to you whilst keeping shipping costs as low as possible.
In addition to the T-Shirt, we have Art Prints of the original Senua Portrait available. These prints are limited to a run of just 50 and are available either framed or unframed. The image is printed with Fine Art Trade Guild approved equipment, inks and paper. The paper we’ve selected and the inks we use are archival quality and tests have shown colours last up to 70 to 80 years and in some cases a lot longer. Each print comes individually numbered and complete with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist – Alessandro ‘Talexi’ Taini.
Please visit the Ninja Store and take a look at the shirts and art prints. We’ll be adding more to the store in the future, so please let us know in the comments what you’d like to see!
In our 14th Development Diary we discuss how our research is bringing new perspectives to the creative process as we strive to build Senua’s world:
In this month’s Development Diary video we focus on how we are creating Hellblade’s story:
The wait is finally over for DmC fans, because DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition is now available for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Here is the latest video in Hellblade’s Development Diary series. This 9th diary includes the announcement of the game’s musical composer and the first snippets of Hellblade’s music:
Chillingo, leading independent mobile games publisher and division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA), today announced the worldwide launch of Fightback, from developer Ninja Theory, on the App Store.
From award-winning development studio Ninja Theory, comes a whole new take on mobile action games. Take back the streets and tower blocks in Fightback, a free-to-play side scrolling beat-em-up with a unique, gorgeous, 80’s action movie aesthetic and revolutionary controls.
“We’re very excited to be debuting on mobile and tablet with Fightback, a game in which we’ve delivered beautiful visuals and engaging combat gameplay tailored specifically for touch screen devices.” Said Dominic Matthews, Product Manager at Ninja Theory. “With the help of Chillingo and by virtue of the game being free, we are looking forward to reaching a wider audience than we have ever been able to before.”
“ Fightback is a truly unique experience on mobile,” said Ed Rumley, COO, Chillingo. “Ninja Theory have achieved perfection with their gesture based controls and the game looks phenomenal. We’re proud to have helped such a renowned UK studio bring Fightback to millions of gamers around the world.”
Chillingo, leading independent mobile games publisher and division of Electronic Arts have announced that they are partnering with prominent Cambridge, UK-based independent video game developer Ninja Theory to publish the studio’s first mobile game, Fightback for the App Store and Google Play™.