Excerpt: Last year’s Ninja Gaiden 3 ( OXM rating: 8.0) left some followers of the action series angrier than an Archfiend. In giving the franchise a mainstream makeover, Tecmo Koei had neutered many of its familiar, expected features. With the release of Razor’s Edge , however, the publisher’s gone from stubbornly streamlining the series to groveling at the feet of its most hardcore fans.
Pros: + Feels more like a true, + Bursting with content, online and off.
Cons: ? Any way Team Ninja can harness all the carnage into a real-life blood drive? If only…
Conclusion: No Ninja Gaiden game should be easily forgotten. Gamers will soon forget this.
Pros: It can be fun if you really, really want it to be;
Cons: The core gameplay, which was the spine of the series, has been brutally pulled out and violently stomped on to make way for a run of the mill hack'n'slash action adventure, disappointing and often outdated visuals.
Excerpt: Normally, we have an unwritten rule at OXM that we don’t review developers. We evaluate games and whether they’re worth your $60, because at the end of the day that’s all that matters. But when behind-the-scenes happenings with franchise creators become so dominant that they have a quantifiable, inarguable effect on your next purchase — such as the Infinity Ward scandal that led to a Modern Warfare 3 made by a very different Infinity Ward than the previous entries in the...
Pros: + Kinetic, visceral ninja action unlike anything on Xbox — the videogame equivalent of speed metal., + Two-player Ninja Trials mode is a welcome addition.
Cons: ? Will Ryu return on the next Xbox? (Pleaseohplease?)
Summary: Ninja Gaiden 3 was originally released back in 2012 to much criticism by the general media and fans alike; the reason being that Tecmo Koei had tried simplifying the game in an attempt to reach out to a larger fanbase. What they did was alienate its hardcore fans whilst gaining little in support from those outside its cult following.
Pros: Lots of blood and guts, Can be quite immersive, Lots of longevity
Cons: They still haven't sorted the difficulty, Under-powered weapons, Linear levels
Ninja Gaiden Sigma Hits the PS3 & the Verdict is...
The TPS Report
12 February 2008
Conclusion: Compounding this slight resentment surrounding the graphics is the disappointing fact that none of the gorgeous CGI cinematics from the original have been re-rendered for this version. That's right, we're still stuck in 480p territory, all that Blu-Ray space seemingly gone to waste. More bizarre than anything, this. Adding to the nag-fest is Gaiden's camera, which comes off slightly unwieldy these days, making it just as much of an enemy as those Ryu dispatches at times.
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Seien wir ehrlich, Tecmo Koei und Team Ninja haben Ninja Gaiden 3 völlig vermasselt. Um mehr Spieler zu erreichen, wurden dem Titel kurzerhand die wichtigsten Elemente genommen und sogar das Z
Summary: Бюджетная нехватка видна как во время киносцен, так и во время многочисленных поединков. Эффекты огня и взрывов выполнены из рук вон плохо, как и некоторые ракурсы камеры, но это незаметно во время боя. Скучный многопользовательский режим с серыми героями, неудачная рейтинговая таблица и недоработки видеозаписи просто огорчают.