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Submitted by DFAlpha 625d ago | review

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge Review | GamingExcellence

Ninja Gaiden 3 got a lot of flack when it came out - a reduced difficulty, weapons tucked away in DLC, and dull, corridor-filled level design that really exemplified the fact that you were just running from battle to battle. With the release of Razor's Edge on the Wii U, the developers have been given a chance to revamp all that was wrong with the original, and while things have certainly improved, there are still a fair number of flaws in the latest Ninja Gaiden title. (Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Wii U) 7.0/10

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