Play speaks to Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades about Enslaved, Heavenly Sword, working with Sony and much more.
This Fall is going to be packed this year, 10x more than 2008. Edit: On topic, I want this game. Edit: "Play: The PlayStation studio community seems really strong now though. Did you get a chance to share ideas and air troubles with the likes of Naughty Dog or Insomniac? Antoniades: Not really, when we were working on PlayStation 3. We were using and sharing tools and I think most of the communication and sharing came from the R&D divisions so we worked really closely on that, but everyone at the time was working on secret projects so we weren’t really seeing too much of each other’s stuff. We were right at the beginning. We had developed Heavenly Sword for two years before the PS3 was even announced. We were just hoping the PS3 would be announced. We were kind of out on a limb on that game." Wow, thats rather interesting...
.. it does look interesting but more gameplay footage would be nice.
Game looks like alot of fun...when I saw the trailer it was like...definitely playing this...Great color palette...reminds me of Bionic commando...which I really enjoyed once I figured out the controls.... Video games have gone all " green screen " now...I don't mind as long as the game play is there...E3 no doubt will have some in game stuff... Not ususly a fan of button mashing but this does look good...here's the trailer....enjoy...
... development is getting easier on the ps3. I'll never get programmers, they bitch and complain for every sony console within the first two years of it's life then the start praising it in 3rd and years beyond. Still it's nice to see NT branch out to Xbox and other consoles and if development is that much easier for them then here's hoping for an even tighter title.
is still one of my favourite PS3 titles and was worthy of a sequel. Hopefully, one day, they can return to the Sony fold and back to producing PS3 exclusives. Given what a great game HS is and considering they had no notable peer developers to share with (as today) they can certainly be proud of what they achieved. Meantime, I wish them well with Enslaved.
Agreed... Heavenly Sword will stay in my collection as it's one of the titles that is made so beautiful that it will be worth playing 10-20 years from now.
I really enjoyed reading the interview. It sounds as ifAntioniades is really trying hard to get the actors involved as much as they can in the performances and I am really glad that most of the drama will be in real time instead of numerous cutscenes. Ninja Theory have some breathing room now to create a title so I am real anxious to see how Enslaved will play out and I am glad that the composer from Heavenly Sword (Nitin Sawhney I think it was.) is doing the OST for this game as well.
I will not buy this game until they add trophies to Heavenly Sword.
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