The middle ground between Ultimate Ninja and triple-A

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The middle ground between Ultimate Ninja and triple-A "Other companies, like on a bigger team, you might hire other people to ill in the gap, but in our case, because we couldn't do that, we went out there

Published : Friday, April 22, 2016
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The middle ground between Ultimate Ninja
and triple-A
"Other companies, like on a bigger team, you might hire other people to Ill in the gap, but in our case, because we couldn't do that, we went out there andUltimate Ninjalooked for people that could help us.The problem is that smaller teams usually equate to smaller games, but according to Ninja Theory, it doesn't have to be that way.From the start, Hellblade has been described as Ultimate Ninja an "independent triple-A" game by its developer, and its exploration of mental illness is clearly one reason that Tameem said a game like Hellblade will never be able to "compete with the Assassin's Creeds and this world in triple-A," but that he does believe "it's possible to release smaller games that are cheaper to buy that look triple-A."
We've seen this in action with smaller, independent titles being served up on a digital platter over broadband.The stunt stemmed from naruto ultimate ninja commentsUltimate Ninjaexecutive Lonn Trost made to radio station WFAN in February regarding the team banning printouts of paper tickets bought from ticket
marketplace Stubhub.His comments were perceived as elitist in insinuating that wealthy fans may not want to sit next to lower-income fans."You should be able to create dierent kinds of experiences at dierent price points and dierent sizes," Antoniades said.
ïf all goes well for Hellblade, it could set a precedent forUltimate Ninjaeven more developers and publishers trying to follow this model, thereby resurrecting the double-A game as we once knew it, and adding some level of variance to an otherwise complacent sector of entertainment."And we want to prove that is possible because there's got to be a middle ground between the tiny indie games and mobile games and the big triple-A games.""ït's not that we don't want that fan to sell it, but that fan is sitting there having paid a substantial amount of ultimate ninja money for a ticket and another fan picks it up for a buck-and-a-half and sits there, and it's frustrating to the purchaser of the full amount,'' Trost told WFAN.
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