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Ninja Gaiden 3 – The Blast review

When David Lee Roth left Van Halen, it took some time for the band to hit their stride again — but we eventually warmed to Sammy Hagar. When Steve Carell left the office, it took a few episodes for the show to find the right comedic rhythm, but Dwight and Jim eventually found their place. There’s a big part of me that hopes that Team Ninja is merely trying to find their rhythm following the departure of series creator and studio frontman Tomonobu Itagaki — because as hard as this is to accept, the long awaited Ninja Gaiden 3 is nothing short of a spectacular failure.

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teedogg802388d ago

It's not really all that bad.

h311rais3r2388d ago

For ninja gaiden standards it is