Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge Pro Reviews

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Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge Reviews

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Destructoid 5.5/10 Nov 13 '12
EuroGamer 6/10 Jan 11 '13
Games Radar 2.5/5 Nov 13 '12
IGN AU 7.6/10 Nov 13 '12
Joystiq 4/5 Nov 21 '12
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Destructoid 5.5/10 M Nov 13 '12
Destructoid 5.5/10 Nov 13 '12
Nintendo The Official Magazine 75% Jan 10 '13
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"The gore may be excessive, but if Team Ninja can correct all of Ninja Gaiden 3's Other Format flaws with a simple blood-transfusion, then we're all the merrier for it."
"Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge tried. It definitely did try, and nobody can take that away from it. However, nothing this Wii U release does can improve upon the core gameplay, which remains as dry, disaffected, and banausic as ever before. Razor's Edge gives us more, but when the original serving exceeded that which the player could stomach, "more" isn't a very tasty prospect. There are extra weapons, another playable character, and ultimately a greater level of content, but it all serves, in the end, to drag out what was already far too much of the same, vapid waste of time."
"The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 ports of Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge are due out on April 2, but before full release, Team Ninja has put out a demo for this updated take on the action title. The demo itself features gameplay ..."
"The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 ports of Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge are due out on April 2, but before full release, Team Ninja has put out a demo for this updated take on the action title. The demo itself features gameplay ..."
"It's a more clued-up committee that's in charge for Razor's Edge, for sure, but for a series that once felt like a singular, twisted and brilliant vision it's still a depressing turn. This is a better game than Ninja Gaiden 3, and one that does commendable things in atoning for Team Ninja's past sins - but sadly it's far from a brilliant one."
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