Now, Ninja Theory has confirmed that it will donate all proceeds ("by proceeds we mean the money Ninja Theory receives from retailers/platforms from the sales") from Hellblade sales today to United Kingdom mental health charity Rethink, because today is World Mental Health Day.
Today being World Mental Health Day, all proceeds from Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice will go to charity. United Kingdom charity Rethink Mental Illness will be the beneficiary of Hellblade's profits.
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Rethink is a United Kingdom organization that supports and campaigns for those severely affected by mental illness. Twinfinite praised the game for its excellent story, great characterization, and believable representation of psychosis in its review but cited its limited combat, slow gameplay, and forgettable puzzle mechanics to be its major drawbacks. Senua's psychosis manifests itself in visions and voices that were created to closely resemble lived experiences of people with mental illnesses who consulted on the game.
Hellblade was generally well-received, particularly in its depiction of how mental health can affect someone's life, albeit in a fantasy setting. If you haven't yet purchased Hellblade, consider picking it up tomorrow.
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A new trailer for the game also highlights how their work has touched so many of its players, with testimonies of personal struggles and feelings the action fighter brought up in fans.
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is now available for PlayStation 4 as a console exclusive and for PC via Steam.
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