Submitted by Serjx 1228d ago | review

Review: Ninja Gaiden 3 - Upperpad

This generation of consoles has been able to give class titles but most bitter disappointments. In these years as we have never been collapsing like houses of cards some of the most beloved and appreciated because of the number of reasons, from simple lack of imagination or innovation from developers, to real stylistic reversals, no game seems have been saved from this fate, much to the chagrin on the part of loyal players or old. The latest victim, in chronological order, is just Ninja Gaiden 3, a sequel series saddles action / hack 'n'slash more cumbersome in the history of video games, or so before the departure to other places of historic and eccentric Tomonobu Itagaki , the undisputed leader of Team Ninja and mind. (Ninja Gaiden 3, PS3, Xbox 360) 58/100

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