Summary: Fixes the disastrous Ninja Gaiden 3 in a huge way by getting rid of QTE nonsense and bringing combat back up to the series standard. There are still some major problems however, most of them having to do with the broken health system that makes the (poorly designed) boss fights unreasonably frustrating. For an apology of a game it's surprisingly good, but still leaves much room for improvement.
Summary: It took me a while to buy this game as so many people said the 3rd one was terrible, well I thought id try this one out as I loved ninja gaiden 2, I didn't expect much but god was I surprised. This was excellent from start to finish, the levels were awesome and the bosses were great. When I played number 2 I didn't think any ninja gaiden would be better but I was wrong. If your a gaiden fan buy it now as you wont be disappointed.
Summary: If you like bloody action and hardcore ninja fights then this is a must have for your game collection. The third in the Ninja Gaiden series the WiiU version offers more gore then the previous PS3/Xbox 360 did as now dismemberment and blood flow more freely in this game. The gamepad also adds a nice touch though nothing to game changing,with the exception of a mini-map weapon switches and easier use of ninjutsu abilities.
Summary: Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is a satisfyingly difficult action game chock full of blood and viscera. Compared to the vanilla version of Ninja Gaiden 3, Razor's Edge is slightly superior. The exclusion of healing items and the amped up enemy intelligence results in a considerably greater difficulty level. The Wii U gamepad screen is minimally utilized while playing the game on the television, but the gamepad screen may be used as the primary game screen.
Summary: This is a great game but VERY difficult. You will get frustrated. they throw you into the game with little to no tutorial ( I don't mind that at all) and the first level starts you off difficult