Let's be clear up front: Heavenly Sword is a downright terrible film. It is a cheap-looking mess of a movie that neither fans of the game nor series newcomers are likely to enjoy.
Taking a break from making action adventure games featuring stunning characters with large, waatery eyes, Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory's been helping polish combat systems for the Marvel-powered Disney Infinity 2.0.
Here's a new clip from the upcoming Heavenly Sword movie. There are a lot of ninjas in it. Ninjas who ride giant kites. Let's watch them die.
You could make a case that Ninja Theory’s fantasy martial arts beat-em-up was one of the best games in the early days of the PS3. There sadly hasn’t ever been a follow-up but news broke earlier this year that there will be a CGI movie. Here’s the first look of the flick that will be hitting screens next year.
The first years of the new millennium brought us the seventh generation of video game consoles, and with that came a whole new family of attractive men and women. With new evolutions, this decade introduced the start of increasingly realistic-looking characters.
Yeah yeah, Ratchet & Clank is getting a movie. Good news for fans of the series, but more exciting for me is word that as part of the same deal, 2007 brawler Heavenly Sword is getting a movie made as well.
Oh my beloved Nariko, I shall not let any of those unworthy ruffians touch an oddly-rendered hair on your beauteous head when you make your grande return in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Martin Binfield, a former artist at Sony Cambridge Studio, has recently posted a showreel of his work, and contained within are glimpses of some games we never actually got to see. Games like binned PS3 exclusives Heavenly Sword 2, and Eight Days.
Writer Alex Garland of The Beach and 28 Days Later fame penned Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. That game was developed by Ninja Theory of Heavenly Sword fame. Garland hadn't played that game when he met Ninja Theory. Why?
According to a site transcribing something from the latest of Game Informer (we know, we know), Heavenly Sword developers Ninja Theory have been put to work by Capcom on a fifth Devil May Cry game.
Film Beowulf was sure expensive to make! The CG-laden flick was budgeted around US$150 million — not exactly chump change. Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory thinks it could have done the flick cheaper. Twenty percent of the cost, actually! Oh ho ho ho. Let's hear what Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades has to say: