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Submitted by CharmingMan 1002d ago | review

Tech-Gaming | Ninja Gaiden 3 Review

There’s an early scene in Ninja Gaiden 3 where the protagonist confronts a disarmed soldier, who is pleading for his life. For players accustomed to the moral dilemmas posed by many contemporary games, the moment may prompt a moment of reflection. Yet, Ninja Gaiden 3 doesn’t capitalize on this predicament- brutality is the only recourse. (Ninja Gaiden 3, PS3, Xbox 360) C+/A+

CharmingMan  +   1002d ago
C plused, huh?

I didn't think it looked too bad.
deserteaglexix  +   1002d ago
Thanks, charming.
madmad  +   1002d ago
Seems like this is getting almost universal 'meh' scores.
sharpsword  +   1002d ago
Actually a C+ is a little high for this.
mediastudies  +   1002d ago
Good review.
RaptorMan  +   1002d ago
'bout time ;)

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