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Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor’s Edge Review: A Second Chance for Hayabusa

The original release of Ninja Gaiden 3 was not a smooth one for Tecmo Koei. Ryu Hayabusa’s newest adventure was met with a dichotomy of opinions that clashed between Ninja Gaiden purist and newcomers to the series. Critically the game was panned heavily by many who felt that the newest entry in the series lacked the spark and failed to reach the standard set by the series’ past entries. So in order to bring things up to snuff, Tecmo Koei has decided to re-release Ninja Gaiden 3 and remedy many of the issues gamers had with the original game. The end result is Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor’s Edge, a much harder and fleshed out game that fans of the series will appreciate a lot more this time around.

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Romudeth1193d ago

This is the game we should have gotten the first time around.

g2gshow1192d ago

it's still subpar i wonder what Itagaki is doing

blackstrr4111192d ago

More like ninja gaiden 3 izun drop edge. I don't want a button masher ninja gaiden. Can they just make it like ninja gaiden black. Fewer moves and more tactical battle

SkolarVisari1192d ago

Really don't get all the Itagaki fanboyism NG3 is really just the culmination of problems that started with NG2.