Reviews and Problems with Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge
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24 August 2013
Summary: I'm happy that Team Ninja at least TRIED to make it better, but to be honest, it doesn't justify another purchase or playthrough, even at a discounted price. I really can't see what is so different other than a couple of new levels and some generally cheap difficulty. And before you say "You're just bad at the game", I have beaten Black, 2 and original three all on Master Ninja (ultimate ninja for 3 with dlc).
Summary: Ninja Gaiden 3 Razors Edge was a little better than its predecessor but its just a little bit.. game is still soulless, shallow with a weak story which has a bad plot..anyway the game still stands for its fighting system which was enhanced from its predecessor by any form, from weapons to characters it got a warm and delightful battles, and a few boss fights makes it a challenging one too if you crank up the difficulty level..if you are the die hard fan.
Summary: Team Ninja dosen't make any new progress because to bussy about the title. why can't the first NG3 release only for Xbox 360 and WiiU? And the NGΣ3 on PS3 instead of Razor's Edge. It's not f**king genius at all!
Summary: If you were smart enough not to buy the first version of NG3 and you're a fan of NG, this is definetly the way to go, they changed the almost random and way excessive QTEs for the dismemberment and oblitaration from NG2, and though the combat isn't as refined as the old NG games, it's up with the best H&H games from our times, it's, unlike the first version, fun and challenging, and the amounts of content (weapons, characters, levels, diffuculties) make it worthy of it's...
Summary: O jogo melhorou 90% sobre a primeira versão. dificuldade digna de ninja gaiden são as melhores adições; o único contra o enredo. continua sem pé nem cabeça, apesar de que só a historia do 1º jogo foi a mais aceitável.
Summary: This game is better than Ninja Gaiden 3, and that's not saying much. They added back the ultimate attacks, obliteration attacks and there are plenty of weapons to choose from. With that being said, the gameplay is still dull. This new Team Ninja doesn't have a clue as to what made previous Ninja Gaidens fun, yet challenging. This game throws you in a room and sends wave after waves of enemies all while enemies are in the back shooting rockets at you.
Summary: Thank you Team Ninja finally you gave us fans a proper sequel! Dismemberment is back tons of weapons new characters and a difficulty that will make you toss your controller to the floor more then once! This is the game they should have released last year! And this is the game all fans of this series should pick up. Ryu is back baby and he`s looking sharper then ever!
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Slightly more polished turd. That's what describe my feeling about this game. I bought both vanilla version of xbox and ps3 last year and was disgusted by it. I did the same thing for RE. They improved over the vanilla version but the unresponsive controls are still there, the disorienting zooming in camera, bad pacing bad level design too. After playing metal gear rising this game feels just weak.
Summary: I think the only reason the user score for this game isn't any higher is because there's some idiots out there who think this is the same game that came out for the 360 and PS3. How wrong they are. Having never played Ninja Gaiden before, I had no idea how big of a treat I was in for when I played this game. The first thing that needs to be mentioned is the gameplay.