A tactical action-adventure game that promises to takes players on a gripping, surprise-filled journey.
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Ninja Theory creative director Tameem Antoniades will continue to push the boundaries of character creation despite the commercial failure of Enslaved, but worries other studios will shy away from similar developments.
A sequel to last year's Enslaved: Odyssey to the West have been ruled out, according to Tameem Antoniades of Ninja Theory.
The shortlist for the Writers' Guild Awards 2011 has been revealed, with Brink, Enslaved and The Curfew up for Best Videogame.
Ninja Theory co-founder Tameem Antoniades, developer of Enslaved and Heavenly Sword, has said that he thinks the "AAA retail model" is "crushing innovation and access to creative content."
Namco Bandai's UK marketing boss, Lee Kirton, has revealed that the publisher still has plans for Ninja Theory's post apocalyptic adventure, Enslaved.
Publisher currently has no plans for a sequel.
This is one of those over looked games, it won't blow you away but there is a lot of fun to be had. I'd day Neon-soldier is just exaggerating so don't be to put off by his comment.
Im with you guys that it came out at the wrong time. I played the demo and liked it. It was a game I could certainly see me playing but it got forgotten and that was that.