DS writes, "Back in 2007, during the first year of the PlayStation 3 era there was one title that stood out from the pack. It was made by a mostly unknown developer from Cambridge England, known as Ninja Theory and their game was Heavenly Sword. While many people complained about the length of the title, you couldn’t argue the fact that it was a great piece of storytelling and a cinematic gem, which very early on showcased what this generation of video games was going to be about.
In 2010, Ninja Theory is back with Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and they brought with them the high level, quality storytelling that made them who they are today. I had very high hopes for this one, especially when considering how much we’ve seen of the title as it was developing. Three years after the release of Heavenly Sword, was Ninja Theory able to make lightning strike twice ? You’ll just have to read on to find out."