It was today in 2007 that this interesting action-adventure hack n’ slash finally made it to shelves to tell everyone what Ninja Theory was all about.
Ninja Theory's blockbuster/indie hybrid, Hellblade, takes a unique path as it intertwines mental illness into its heroine's fight.
As a flood of HD remasters are hitting the current-gen market in an attempt to milk more out of yesterday's games that we already loved, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition proves to be a noteworthy exception to the expected re-release formula.
Watch Dante's high-octane style of gameplay get even faster with the new Turbo Mode being added into DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition.
Ahead of releasing the DmC: Definitive Edition, Ninja Theory's revealed some details about the new inclusion: Vergil's Bloody Palace.
Ninja Theory showcases a big change for the Definitive Edition of DmC: Devil May Cry coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The small team at Ninja Theory, known for Heavenly Sword, explains the unorthodox approaches it's taking to make Hellblade feel like a blockbuster indie game.
Capcom has announced that the critically acclaimed hack and slash game, Devil May Cry will be coming out for next-gen consoles.
The amount of work that is put into cover art is astronomical, which Ninja Theory showcases in its most recent Dev Diary for Hellblade.
Known for Heavenly Sword and DmC: Devil May Cry, we're glad Ninja Theory released this behind the scenes video about Hellblade's combat, controls and camera development.