Reviews and Problems with Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge
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Review: Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is a sleeker, bloodier style of ninja
7 April 2013
Excerpt: When Ninja Gaiden 3 came out last March, I found a lot to like about it, despite the inability to chop off limbs and a story so ridiculously hokey that Jackie Chan films looked legitimate next to it.
Summary: Comparing notes with series fans who played the original Ninja Gaiden 3, the new " Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge " has made huge steps towards correcting previous mistakes, with more weapons and higher difficulty. Nonetheless Razor’s Edge will find itself in a hard position.
Excerpt: Classically, player feedback is a useful but unquantifiable tool. A strong outpouring about a game's shortcomings might affect its sequel, or if enough people kick off they can get Mass Effect 3's ending changed, but I'm pretty sure nothing like this has ever happened.
Blood-soaked fighting game with few unique Wii U features.
Common Sense Media
26 November 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is a violent, gory fighting game that features enormous amounts of blood and human suffering -- often shown in glorifying slow motion detail. Hero Ryu shows no regard for human life and kills without a second thought.