Namco Bandai announce project with Ninja Theory

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 20 August 2009 09:33 GMT

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Namco Bandai announced during it’s GamesCom conference yesterday that it’s teaming up with Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory to publish it’s brand new title from the dev for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

The game’s development, which we know very little about at this point other then the platforms, will be assisted by producers from Namco Bandai America.

“This new project pushes our core strengths of rich story-telling, cutting-edge technology and exciting gameplay beyond anything we have created before,” said Nina Kristensen, co-founder of Ninja Theory.

“The support of Namco Bandai combined with the skills and talent we have nurtured over the years means that players are going to be in for a truly deep and memorable experience.”

The game’s due in 2010.

Thanks, Siliconera.

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