E3 2011: Four Changes for Ninja Gaiden III

Ninja Gaiden 3 is finally playable at E3. The new elements are a two-sided coin, where longtime fans may go into an uproar, and new fans may be pulled into the experience. Here are the major points you need to know.

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Solidus187-SCMilk2748d ago

Im not too excited to hear about the quiktime events or that its easier.

Otheros002748d ago

The only thing I don't like about Ninja Gaiden is the controls don't feel smooth and the lame weapon upgrades. Other than that it's a very good game.

Godmars2902748d ago (Edited 2748d ago )

Itagaki's attention to boobs and badassery might be missed, but not his habit to make streets and such look like cardboard movie sets.

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Which game are you talking about, this one or the two before it?

SLLCKGT2748d ago

What I love about Ninja Gaiden is the linearity of it. I have friends who want no BS pressing buttons to open a door or having multiple paths to take, some just straight up want to kill everything in their path. I loved Sigma and Sigma 2, no doubt excited for this one as well especially with the choice of weapons. I just wish you could swap weapons as fast as Devil May Cry 3 instead of having to open the weapons menu.

Raider692748d ago

No limbs cuts no heads rolling,all hat make NG2 an Black been kings of hack and slash have been damb down by crap gameplay to support the casual.Itakagi will be missed!