Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge Review | PlayStation LifeStyle

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge tries hard to bring the game back to the roots of the Ninja Gaiden series

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dbjj120882018d ago

Fair score. Technical issues I can't stand.

ftwrthtx2018d ago

They probably should have left it on the Wii U.

Inception2018d ago

Agreed. The original NG3 deserve this score, but not Razor Edge.

Baka-akaB2018d ago

The reviews for NG3 and NG3+ always crack me up . They usually pin down everything wrong with it , rightfully so , and then proceed to outright ignore the same and bigger flaws for the likes of DmC .

Inception2018d ago

Yeah, just look at this complain from the review

"The enemies will have machine pistols and rocket launchers as well as swords to use against you. The bullets and rockets seem magical in the sense that they never hurt the bad guys, even if they are standing right next to you when a rocket hits you dead on. This would seem almost laughable except for the fact that you may be lying dead while the bad guys are still standing around unscathed."

Lol, what a silly complain. If the bad guys die easily by bullets / rockets than it's not Hayabusha job to kill them. Just call the police, call it a day, and we've got another FPS :P

Heavenly King2018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

The only differences I noticed, is that the game is harder, has more customization / upgrading, and has decapitations and more gore. And yeah, the game is also longer, you get to play with Ayane, Kasumi, Momiji, and you have more challenges. But at it's core it is the same game as NG3

For me:
NG3 7/10
NG3 RE: 7.5/10 (because of the extra content)

jetlian2018d ago

And what more should it have? Its longer has new missions, fights, new weapons,characters. Timing and smoothness improved.