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Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - Playstation 3

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Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
50 customer reviews
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  • Hone your Dragon Sword-slashing technique with more fluidity, execute Ninpo and much more
  • Discover deeper dimension and unveil hidden truths about the man behind the mask with the new character progression system as the legendary Ryu Hayabusa becomes more human than ever before
  • Experience a redesigned battle system, six weapon types and three Ninpo types that enable greater gameplay variation and deeper strategy
  • Execute precise swordsmanship, dodge attacks and vanquish your enemies in intensified close-combat fights to earn Karma points to upgrade weapons and Ninpo and increase the character HP level
  • Feel what it's like to slice through an enemy's flesh and bone with the return of dismemberment
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Platform: PlayStation 3

The solitary ninja Ryu Hayabusa must find a way to lift the deadly curse on his right arm before it destroys him. Ninja Gaiden 3: Razors Edge has been reworked to bring with the truly intense high-speed challenge and action Ninja Gaiden fans demand.

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00BFU8IEE
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 2, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,195 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Gabby_Jay on April 26, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge (hereafter Razor's Edge), the once exclusive Wii U title, arrives on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 shortly after its release on Nintendo's console, and perhaps, much to the chagrin of Ninja Gaiden 3 owners. It's one thing to have to read about the debacle that was Ninja Gaiden 3, but for gamers who purchased the title at launch, the mere existence of Razor's Edge may have soured any attempt for Team Ninja to redeem themselves.

The plot still centers around a terrorist organization, led by a masked man with a taste for the theatrical, who demands the absolute surrender of all the nations within seven days; if the world doesn't comply, the world will die. And if that wasn't daunting enough for Ryu Hayabusa, the protagonist throughout all the Ninja Gaiden titles, a curse is brought upon him, infecting his arm, and soon his entire being, with the deaths his Dragon Sword has delivered.

However, what could have been a straightforward, effective narrative becomes convoluted, with contrived plot twists, and a perfunctory attempt to humanize Ryu. There isn't anything wrong with evolving a character, but I'm not sure if anyone was asking for the stoic ninja to contemplate what life would be like being a father.

If you're wondering if the derided "choice" sequences have carried over from Ninja Gaiden 3, or any of the life-begging soldiers which Ryu would cut down apathetically, the answer is, thankfully, no.

The campaign does have its moments, mainly with the cutscene direction, and because of Ryu, who's simply a magnetic character. His cool demeanor and ninja excellence are on full display, and occasionally, he exhibits some dry humor as well.
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25 of 35 people found the following review helpful By D.G.M. on April 11, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I'll keep this one somewhat shorter than most of my other reviews since I already reviewed the original version of this game. If you want more details on the story and gameplay of Ninja Gaiden 3, then feel free to check under my profile for the review. For this review, I'll be listing all the new additions and improvements that have been included in Razor's Edge.

- Aside from the swords Ryu already wielded in the original game (Dragon Sword, Jinran-Maru, and Blade of the Archfiend), most of the weapons and ninpo from Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 have been added to Razor's Edge and are acquired as you go further through the main story. You get the Falcon's Talons, Eclipse Scythe, Lunar Staff, Kusari-gama, Blade of the Archfiend and Jinran-Maru (dual swords), Inferno ninpo, Wind Blades ninpo, and Piercing Void ninpo. All these weapons and ninpo are upgradeable. Also, hitting enemies with ninpo attacks has Ryu regain some health.

- Additional upgrades and abilities can be earned with Karma points, such as the Guillotine Throw, the ability to automatically dodge an attack by using up a portion of the ninpo meter, and the ability to enter a meditative state in order to drain some of your ninpo energy in exchange for more health.

- Golden scarabs from Ninja Gaiden Sigma are scattered throughout the levels. Collecting enough of them earns you a couple of weapons and extra Karma points. Crystal Skulls from NGS 2 are also scattered around each level, only this time when you find one you are taken to a special challenge arena where you fight waves of enemies from all three Ninja Gaiden games, and at the end of each challenge arena you fight a boss from one of the first two games (Doku, Alma, Genshin, etc.).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Victor on July 11, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
i have ninja gaiden black for the first xbox, was hooked. bought sigma 2 for ps3, hooked also and wanted more. when ninja gaiden 3 came out, i got excited until i read the reviews and it seemed like a total let down. then months later, i was re-checking the reviews for pt3, hoping they improved with time to convince me to get it, but no, they were still bad reviews. lucky for me, i also see they came out with a newer version, "razor's edge", and the reviews were great. i bought the game within a week and im totally satisfied, i love it!
everything i love about ninja gaiden, and i like how they changed the way to replenish power now wen u use ur ninpo spells, and how ninpo fills according to how much butt u kick now. no herbs to find or buy to refill ur health/ninpo.
i havent tried pt3, but if u like the sigma series, you cant go wrong with razor's edge! great game!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Miles Johnston on November 23, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
So, NG3RE. Fast, frantic, bloody, chaotic. Four words to describe it well. The game MAKES you learn how to play it properly. The issues with it are sometimes the camera is a douche, and the enemy AI even on the normal difficulty is kind of a pain. Bosses are...very difficult. VERY difficult. In past NG games you could possibly get through a stage with getting hit maybe five times on hard if you had the skills. in this, you are unlikely to NOT get hit even on normal.

Bosses, especially one in particular (the masked man) are EVIL. Everything and its grandmother, especially the bosses, can easily break out of your combo, follow no specific pattern EVER, and all of them have high-damaging throw moves that can tear off half your life before you know what happened. And again, this is on NORMAL difficulty.

Once you truly understand how the game plays, how to do things in it, how to get hit slightly less, it becomes more fun, but the learning curve is very steep. The story, however, is quite interesting, despite being rather short, and shows more of the "human" side of Hayabusa Ryu, Master Ninja and Killing Expert.

Understand, this is not a game for the easily frustrated, or for those who expect an easy run. This is a very difficult game for even experienced players of the Ninja Gaiden series. It would have been nice to have some updates with AI tweaks or something of the like, but...well, it's a decent enough game to be played and enjoyed.
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