Team Ninja and Nintendo have been frolicking through the sticky matter that is the game space in recent years and built up a solid partnership. From Dead or Alive: Dimensions on Nintendo 3DS and Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword on DS to the love-it-or-hate-it Metroid: Other M, it sits as a developer that creates some of Nintendo's 'more mature' offerings. Team Ninja had a habit of porting Ninja Gaiden Sigma over to every console going at the time of release, but thankfully that isn't the case with the Wii U and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is a revamped, complete edition of the Ninja (shhhh) escapade that hit other console brethren in late March. The Cubed3 team got together for a hands-on, and one thing was pretty much universal -- thumbs were hurting a lot afterwards. This is Ninja Gaiden, folks!