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IGN TGS Preview: Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge Repairs Past Mistakes

Studio head Yosuke Hayashi knows Team Ninja made mistakes with Ninja Gaiden 3, and with the Wii U redux Razor’s Edge, he says, “we’re ready to start again.” Rather than reinforcing the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions’ goal of appealing to a new Ninja Gaiden audience, the development team is reeling it in to focus on their longtime fans. Razor’s Edge aims to achieve this in multiple ways – and it already succeeds in some.

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for we are many1890d ago

Excellent, now I can buy Ninja Gaiden III