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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 708d ago | review

Gamesradar-Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge review

GR:When Ninja Gaiden 3 originally released (on Xbox 360 and PS3), it wasn’t without its flaws. As in, it had tons of flaws. But for the Wii U version, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Team Ninja took all the criticisms it received from the previous version and trimmed down, polished, and improved the title for the upcoming release. (Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Wii U) 2.5/5

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Jadedz  +   708d ago
"Inconsistent framerate, weak story, fighting a lot of the same enemies"
Those are the reasons why the reviewer didn't like the title. Aside from gameplay (which was highly praised), this person really didn't care about the game.

I assume it isn't worth your time if you played the PS360 versions.
wishingW3L  +   708d ago
I really really doubt that with all the changes the game would still be just as bad. It's impossible.
CrescentFang  +   708d ago
I beat the original NG3 on Ultimate Ninja (meaning I know NG3 inside and out, especially it's mechanics). Obviously they couldn't change the core gameplay of NG3 itself, but Razor's Edge is a definite improvement on the original NG3. There was no way Razor's Edge could be anything like the first two games. However I'm still going to enjoy this (finally bosses with life bars...)
DivineAssault  +   708d ago
Framerate issues? The PS3/360 versions sucked too so no surprises w this one i guess.. I was following its progression with great interest but i let my false hope get the best of me.. Too bad cuz this couldve been much better than the original

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