Ninja Gaiden 3 E3 2011 Hands-On [Shogun Gamer]

Ian Fisher writes: Now under the guise of new Team Ninja head Yosuke Hayashi, there was a feeling that Ninja Gaiden 3 would either fall under the conceits of trying to be appealing to a mass audience (Western gamers) or once again merely feel like Ninja Gaiden 1.5 instead of a full-on massive sequel. The thing is, after playing the demo I’m trying to figure out where Ninja Gaiden 3 exactly stands as it’s filled with new elements that sometimes work while still being deeply rooted in the classic game design that was ever present in the last two games.

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