What do you get when you take one of the most brutal killing machines in gaming history and dedicate a game to creating a more passionate side of him? You’d get Ninja Gaiden 3, the newest game in the long running franchise by Team Ninja, who saw a change in directors with this latest outing. Ninja Gaiden 3 has been receiving it’s fair share of slack, with some praise. Ninja Gaiden 3, however, does not kill Ninja Gaiden persay, it just changes it, and not necessarily in a good way. As a stand alone title, though, there is unfortunately not a single impressive aspect that Ninja Gaiden 3 brings forth.