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Cinematics internship

Enslaved developers offer six places working on triple-A title.

Ninja Theory Ltd, the UK based video game development studio world renowned for its high production values and Hollywood style visuals, has today announced the opening of 6 intern places for talented students or graduates to join their cinematics team for a 6 month period. The chosen 6 will be given the exciting opportunity to work with performance capture data generated for the upcoming title DmC.

In addition to working with Ninja Theory’s highly talented team and on one of the most anticipated games of recent times, all interns will be given a basic salary, free Cambridge based accommodation and the possibility of being offered a permanent position within the Ninja team.

“Our intern program has worked really well in the past, so I’m very excited to be offering the opportunity to aspiring ninjas again” said Nina Kristensen, Co-founder and Chief Development Ninja at the studio, “this is a great opportunity for any graduates or students part way through their course who want to learn what it is like working on a real triple AAA title.”

The cinematics internship will run from July 2011, with applications for the 6 places now being welcomed. Full details of the internship and how to apply can be found at www.ninjatheory.com


About Ninja Theory Ltd

Ninja Theory was formed in Cambridge England, in November of 2004, by Nina Kristensen (Chief Development Ninja), Mike Ball (Chief Technology Ninja), Tameem Antoniades (Chief Creative Ninja) and Non-Executive Ninja, Jez San OBE. Ninja Theory is a development studio that focuses on multiple high-end cinematic action games for the PlayStation 3 system and Xbox 360 including the October 2010 released ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West for NAMCO BANDAI Games. Ninja Theory was one of the first studios in the world to focus exclusively on next generation gaming, creating the flagship title Heavenly Sword for the PlayStation 3 system, published by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in 2007. The studio is currently developing DmC; a reboot of the multi-million selling Devil May Cry franchise.Ninja Theory is renowned for its high-production values in art, animation, sound and combat. The studio pioneered the use of performance capture in games, and has long-standing collaborations with talent from the movie and music industries. For more information on Ninja Theory Ltd. please contact Dominic Matthews, dominic.matthews@ninjatheory.com or +44 (0) 1223 460 080. www.ninjatheory.com.  

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