Summary: This is just as good or better than ninja gaiden black. It's insanely difficult which makes it that much better, I still haven't beat it. If you want a real challenge buy this game. If you're one of those people crying that it's too hard go back to playing blocks on mindlesscraft ( minecraft ) which by the way is the worst game ever made. And that includes atari games.
Huge changes to the original made this version awesome
30 October 2013
Summary: This is the Ninja Gaiden we know and love; fast and fluid combat, severed limbs, pointless and nonsensical plot, and awesome weapons and combos. I played the original Ninja Gaiden 3 and promptly put the controller in disappointment of the downgraded combat. The developers redeemed themselves with this version.
Summary: If you are an action game fan who really likes the other Ninja Gaiden games, but didn't want to buy the latest game because of the horrible reviews, then NG: Razors Edge is for you! This version brings back everything that made the previous games great, and then some. The ninja trials (challenges), added weapons, extra characters and revised single-player campaign are super fun and add up to a great, long-lasting Ninja Gaiden experience that I couldn't recommend more.
Summary: Team Ninja went back and redid this game and it is much MUCH better than NG3 (which was a complete failure). Many of the fighting mechanics from NG2 are back (which is a good thing). The Steel on Bone is still in the gameplay and takes quite some time to master but learning it is essential for harder difficulties (invincibility frames are very useful). And speaking of difficult, they sure didn't go easy on that aspect.
Summary: If you've played the original NG3, you're in for a surprise. This is considerably better in every single way. There's far more weapons, more ninpo, more levels, and tons more content to do once you've finished the game. This is what the original should have been. This is a worthy successor to Ninja Gaiden 2. The game's balance is pretty good.
Summary: As you know, this game is not for Ninja Gaiden fans as it takes away a lot of things Ninja Gaiden fans loved, and it's not as hard as the previous titles which we're brutal and difficult, but that doesn't mean the game is all that bad. I was never a Ninja Gaiden fan to begin with which is probably why I loved the game. I admit 60 bucks is not really a good price so I would suggest a price drop for a least 40 or less.
Summary: I loved this game when I was a child playing on NES and now that I have found it for my Xbox I wanted to play it again and I still love the game. Graphics are great. I think that it is everything that I remember about the game.