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Submitted by xino 1349d ago | article

What makes a Ninja Gaiden game Ninja Gaiden?

As a true Ninja Gaiden fan, Xino talks about what makes a Ninja Gaiden game Ninja Gaiden exactly. This is to level out the controversy matters regarding a lot of hate for this game at the moment especially things to do with the missing gore/dismemberment.

A lot of people claim to be fans of Ninja Gaiden games, however seeing their reactions after seeing the game at 30% without actually playing it and forming nothing but hate for the game, led me to believe they are not actual Ninja Gaiden fans but more of Itagaki fanboys.

Also finding out the meaning of the subtitle Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge. (Ninja Gaiden 3, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Bloodlyte  +   1350d ago
Wow, this guy really has no idea what he´s talking about. Even quoting Itagaki out of context to prove his (nonsense) point. I really think he's trolling. Talking about realism in a Ninja Gaiden game? Are you serious?
Quagmire  +   1349d ago
Blood, insane difficulty, and nonsensical Japanese influence.
Ness-Psi  +   1349d ago
Ninja's

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