People really hate that game. It's probably because it was developed by the same team that stole the dude out of Devil May Cry's hair bleach, but whatever — we liked it. May as well cart us away now, huh?
At last count the game was nearing a million sales worldwide, a sum much more optimistic than its early numbers. And even though Ninja Theory doesn't currently have a sequel in the works, Namco's not giving up on the franchise.
Weve got plans as to where we want to take Enslaved, we want to keep on pushing maybe to a market that hasnt experienced it yet, said the publisher's UK marketing manager, Lee Kirton. We currently have no plans for an Enslaved sequel. However, we are still looking at it.
Movie? Facebook? iPhone? Where-ever Enslaved ends up, you can bet that if Ninja Theory's name is on the cover there will be people shouting and screaming from every corner of the Internet. Because that's what people do on the Internet: shout and scream. In text form of course.