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Submitted by 2DX 631d ago | review

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge PS3 Review – Better, but still not great (2D-X)

After the release of the heavily flawed Ninja Gaiden 3 over a year ago, Team Ninja attempted to redeem itself and the series with an updated rerelease of the game, titled Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. Razor’s Edge was released as a launch title for Nintendo’s Wii U in November of last year, and attempted to rectify many of the core issues that plagued Ninja Gaiden 3. It recently became available to PS3 and Xbox 360 owners as well, and added a few additional tweaks to entice fans to re-purchase the game. With that said, Razor’s Edge is a massive improvement compared to the original Ninja Gaiden 3 release, but is still a subpar effort when compared to Ninja Gaiden Black and even Ninja Gaiden 2. (Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, PS3) -

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