Ever screw something up and then feel like you need to fix your mistakes? So does Team Ninja.
Ninja Gaiden 3 had it’s balls completely dropped (that sounds silly) by Team Ninja after bringing back Ryu Hayabusa for another run last year. The game entered through the gate with horrible reviews, and quite possibly is one of the worst triple-A releases in years. But hey, if BioWare can fix the intial crap-tacular ending for a beautiful Mass Effect trilogy, then let’s give these guys another chance, right? Well, not without playing a damn demo first.
Thankfully the NG3 title was revamped for the Wii U as a launch title last year as Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. For starters, it didn’t suffer from many of the issues NG3 had; though, the developers didn’t fix everything or completely remake it by any means. The major additions, or rather subtractions, are an improved camera, a smaller focus on QTEs, and the addition of Ayane from the Dead or Alive series. In fact, PS3 and 360 players will also get access to Kasumi as well!
The catch? You will have to essentially re-buy the game.
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will be in stores the first week of April 2013.