Submitted by dawid22 1296d ago | review

Review: Ninja Gaiden 3 | G3AR

Ninja Gaiden 3 is the latest chapter in Ryu Hayabusa’s tale and once again behind the curtain in the developers chair is Team Ninja. The only difference is that Tomonobu Itagaki, who has been behind every Ninja Gaiden game since its inception in 1991, is not sitting in the director’s chair for this third installment. Instead a man by the name of Yosuke Hayashi has taken over and this is relevant because, if you see him in the street, you should kick him in the shins while wearing steel-toed boots. (Ninja Gaiden 3, Xbox 360) 6/10

Akuma-  +   1296d ago
I havent purchase this for the ps3 but I'd gladly get it for the vita if its available
Kiddcarter  +   1296d ago
Sad to see such a franchise as ninja gaiden take such a fall in quality all to attract causal gamers
ShaunCameron  +   1296d ago
Yep. All while the casual gamers couldn't be bothered with it anyway.

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