Summary: Great Amazing Game! At first I wasn't too sure about the game after playing the original Ninja Gaiden 3 demo. No limbs were flying off my opponents as I was slashing away. Upon reading the review that the game was too easy, and that there was no gore fest I decided to not purchase the game. However, upon the release of NG3 Razors Edge, I was very please to hear that the severed limbs were back, and so was the incredible difficulty.
Summary: Ok I played both Ninja Gaiden 1 and 2 , 1st game was insanely hard , and when I finished it I felt like an accomplished gamer , finished it on normal mode , It was insanely hard at first but once you got the feel for it it got a bit better still hard just less frighting . Than I moved on to the 2nd installment in the PS3 series and it was a humongous disappointment , it felt easy and blend not the Ninja Gaiden I started off with , it was like normal was easy and hard was...
Summary: As I'm sure most people know, Team Ninja's release of Ninja Gaiden 3 was met with mixed to extremely negative reviews (many considered it to be one the most disappointing games of 2012). While I can understand the company's need to be do something different, they ultimately stripped away everything that made the NG series great. Thankfully, this year fans were graced with Razor's Edge, a far cry from its predecessor in nearly every way.
Summary: i have ninja gaiden black for the first xbox, was hooked. bought sigma 2 for ps3, hooked also and wanted more. when ninja gaiden 3 came out, i got excited until i read the reviews and it seemed like a total let down. then months later, i was re-checking the reviews for pt3, hoping they improved with time to convince me to get it, but no, they were still bad reviews. lucky for me, i also see they came out with a newer version, "razor's edge", and the reviews were great.