All proceeds from Hellblade sales tomorrow will go to the UK charity Rethink

Tomorrow is Mental Health day in the UK

All proceeds from Hellblade sales tomorrow will go to the UK charity Rethink

All proceeds from Hellblade sales tomorrow will go to the UK charity Rethink

 

Ninja Theory has announced that all of the proceeds from tomorrow's sales of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice will be donated to Rethink, a mental health charity in the UK. 

This donation period coincides with World Mental Health Day, which is a day that is designed to raise awareness of mental health issues within the workplace. More information about Mental Health Day is available here

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice's protagonist, Senua, suffers from psychosis, with the character's symptoms forming a central part of the game's narrative and has influences on the game's mechanics. Below is Ninja Theory's Accolades trailer for Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, highlighting both quotes and images that fans have captured in the game's photo mode. 

 

 
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is available for £24.99 and $29.99 on Steam, GOG and the Humble Store. 

 

You can join the discussion on Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice on the OC3D Forums

 

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09-10-2017, 17:30:41

NeverBackDown
Very kind act especially from a studio that in comparison to many other big companies is not that large. Kudos to them for this.Quote

10-10-2017, 04:22:57

SieB
This is really good to see, Rethink in my area had to close down all of their services and lost all of their staff due to losing funding from the local council because of cuts to spending on mental health by the government.

I also work for a mental health charity that lost all of its funding and several member of staff. Luckily we are still hanging in there and still have a range of services to offer.

Things like this are a big deal for charities and help out a lot. Although if you are going to donate money to a charity it is best to donate it to your local branch of that charity rather than to the national branch. Local branches need the money the most and don't get much money if any at all from the national branches.

Either way it still helps and funding from donations is vital for the survival of charities

Happy world mental health day.Quote

10-10-2017, 07:02:22

Peace
Very nice move by them!

If I didn't have it already, this would be the time to buy the game, as I can highly recommend it!

If you:
  • have a gamepad
  • a decent headset
  • are open for single player games
THEN GO GET IT!!Quote

10-10-2017, 08:17:02

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by SieB View Post
This is really good to see, Rethink in my area had to close down all of their services and lost all of their staff due to losing funding from the local council because of cuts to spending on mental health by the government.

I also work for a mental health charity that lost all of its funding and several member of staff. Luckily we are still hanging in there and still have a range of services to offer.

Things like this are a big deal for charities and help out a lot. Although if you are going to donate money to a charity it is best to donate it to your local branch of that charity rather than to the national branch. Local branches need the money the most and don't get much money if any at all from the national branches.

Either way it still helps and funding from donations is vital for the survival of charities

Happy world mental health day.
Yup pretty disgusting. They've made loads of cuts down here too and I've suffered badly from it.Quote
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