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Darkside urban fantasy novels by S.K.S. Perry

Ninja Theory Games

Ninja Theory was formed in Cambridge England, in November of 2004, by Nina Kristensen (Chief Development Ninja), Mike Ball (Chief Technology Ninja), Tameem Antoniadis (Chief Design Ninja) and Non-Executive Ninja, Jez San OBE. Ninja Theory was formerly known as Just Add Monsters Ltd. and was the team behind Kung Fu Chaos. Ninja Theory believes in the potential of next-generation gaming to elevate games into a true artistic entertainment medium to rival film, theatre and literature. As such Ninja Theory were one of the first game development studios in the world to focus exclusively on next generation gaming. Its first project was Heavenly Sword for Sony's PlayStation 3.

PC & Miscellaneous

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (PC) [October 24, 2013]

PlayStation 3

DmC: Devil May Cry [January 15, 2013]
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West [October 5, 2010]
Heavenly Sword [September 12, 2007]

PlayStation 4

DmC: Devil May Cry - Definitive Edition [March 10, 2015]

Xbox 360

DmC: Devil May Cry [January 15, 2013]
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West [October 5, 2010]

Xbox One

DmC: Devil May Cry - Definitive Edition [March 10, 2015]

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