Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice uses stunning audio visual elements to represent Senua’s psychosis, as players follow her into Hel, but the experience could be a little thin for some.
This week Argue The Toss discusses Fullbright’s space exploration game (no wait, not that kind of space exploration) Tacoma, and Ninja Theory’s unique Celtic/Norse psychological action-thriller (yes, really) Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.
Heavenly Sword developer, Ninja Theory has a new poster girl, as it announces Hellblade with a teaser trailer at Sony’s Gamescom press conference. The presentation simply showed the trailer with no additional details, but a little investigation reveals that it’s based on Celtic myth. The teaser shows a tribal looking woman holding a rune-covered sword in the middle of a stone henge. It looks set to follow in the stylish action footsteps of Heavenly Sword. Self-published by Ninja Theory, Hellblade will come to console on PS4 first, but no indication of when. Take a look for yourself: Publishers: Ninja Theory … Continue reading Ninja Theory Announces Hellblade