Summary: I actually like this one a lot more than the second one, people say this game sucks cause of the weapons and all that. I think the game is pretty fun. I like how the bosses are not ridiculously hard. Everyone has there own opinion but this is how I feel about it. Try it!
Summary: I wrote a review before the release saying how disappointed I was with NG3, and Team Ninja has truly redeemed themselves. I am extremely happy with the outcome of the game. Dismemberment and finishes were my favorite part of NG2 and they brought it back. The combat system has been improved, and they also increased the difficulty. I admit, it might be too much for a casual gamer, but for die-hard Ninja Gaiden players, this is a must have game.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, I love Ninja Gaiden. And this game is MUCH better than the original NG3. However like Ninja Gaiden Black, this game's difficulty is shifted into overdrive. (Normal is hard, hard is impossible). If I spend more time dying than progressing through a stage then I find something else. The inclusion of more weapons and dismemberment from NG2 is a nice touch. The plot's still the same...meh. I only recommend for die hard Ninja Gaiden players.
Summary: I tried this game out because I was new to the series and wanted a quick blockbuster play. I enjoyed this game, because I am not a fan. It was the first ninja gaiden I ever played. I knew the game was repetitive but the shock value and look are very pretty. The game was still lots of fun. Though the voice acting was pretty bad.
Summary: Although this game would've been excellent with more weapons customization and various weapon choices and at least 2 more new Ninpos, Ninja Gaiden 3 is truly unique.This game is different from the rest of the previous two games because this one is more realistic. That's why Ryu only has one sword. Imagine him with 10 weapons under that tight suit!! At least the Team Ninja sent two other weapons free of charge to download.