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Submitted by Valay 770d ago | news

Famitsu review scores (3/26/13)

This week's Famitsu review scores include Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge for the PS3/360. (3DS, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360)

lovegames718  +   770d ago
Their goes the "wiiu has the definitive version of this turd argument" Re Release on Ps3 has everything wiiu version has except it doesnt have those horrible frame rate issue wiiu has. Devs love to milk things and put a spin on it!
Neonridr  +   770d ago
yeah, clearly the developer doesn't know the Wii U architecture well enough.

Take a look at the job Criterion did with the Wii U port of Most Wanted. No issues when it comes to performance.
Chaos_Raiden  +   770d ago
Not a bad score for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge. Might be getting this or BioShock: Infinite for my birthday.
Blastoise  +   770d ago
I'd say Bioshock Infinite is a much safer bet!
dafegamer  +   770d ago
dude dont miss out on what is shaping up to be one of the best games this generation

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