There's plenty of high speed ninja action promised in the latest promo for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge, the former Wii U exclusive that's making its way to 360 and PS3. Watch as the playable Ayane, Momiji, and Kasumi steal the spotlight in the video after the jump.
Rumors were floating around about Team Ninja's Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge heading to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and Japanese gaming mag Famitsu has since confirmed them. Razor's Edge originally debuted as a Wii U exclusive alongside the console's launch. Read on for more.
Prior to the introduction of the R18+ rating, Australia would either cut or refuse classification for extremely violent or otherwise offensive games. With the rating in place, the first game to receive the honor of R18+ is none other than Ninja Gaiden: Razor's Edge on Wii U. Read on for more!
As many of you know, Ninja Gaiden 3 wasn't a very well received entry in Team Ninja's slice and dice franchise. Hopefully some of that bad taste can be washed out with Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge, which is set to launch alongside Nintendo Wii U on November 18 with a number of improvements. Check out the launch trailer after the jump.
Team Ninja's Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is one of a heaping handful of launch titles joining Wii U when it debuts on November 18, and it's bringing with it a slew of exclusive features. Nintendo shot out a press release today detailing the things that make this version of the critically maligned Ninja Gaiden 3 special. See what's new after the jump.
Painfully aware of the poor critical and commercial response to Ninja Gaiden 3, Team Ninja head Yosuke Hayashi has a lot to say about designing games the Japanese way, and why focusing on Western design choices was a mistake. Hit the jump for more!
I haven't played it yet myself, but it's a little disheartening to see Ninja Gaiden 3 getting eviscerated in reviews. Hopefully it's not as dull as it sounds, but those who are picking it up regardless can look forward to some free DLC in the form of weapons and stages. Video and more past the break!
Ninja Gaiden 3 hits Japan on March 22, and Tecmo Koei is offering an advanced look at one of its upcoming 15-second television spots. Watch that and Japanese versions of two previously released trailers past the break.
Most Limited Editions for today's big-name video games come with artbooks, soundtracks, and maybe some special-edition packaging to spruce your shelf up. Team Ninja's LE for Ninja Gaiden 3 comes with some interesting and unexpected extras--check 'em out after the jump!
Can't wait to get back in the jet-black running shoes of Ryu Hayabusa? Make a note of March 20, because Tecmo Koei has announced it as the North American launch date for Ninja Gaiden 3 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Collector's edition info and more after the jump.
As an action game, Ninja Gaiden is almost 100% in the realm of single-player experiences, save for a fun new co-op add-on for the PS3's Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. Team Ninja is hoping to change that up in Ninja Gaiden 3, where you'll be subjected to vicious four-on-four ninja warfare! Do a spinning backflip past the jump to find out more about online shinobi shenanighans!
While violence and desensitization are hot-button issues in every video game generation, Team Ninja is one of the last game development houses one would expect to try and make gamers think about their actions when it's time to fight. Past the jump, see what Team Ninja has planned for Ninja Gaiden 3's hapless and apparently very human henchmen.
With former Team Ninja head honcho Tomonobu Itagaki out of the picture, Ninja Gaiden 3 seems like as good a place as any to start making some changes. Such is the case with the game's "Hero Mode," which will make the experience a little lighter for less skilled players. More after the jump.
Here's another heavy hitter from Tecmo's Tokyo Game Show event. The latest Ninja Gaiden 3 trailer, titled "Consequence," shows a Ryu Hayabusa who seems at odds with his violent fate. Also: in pain. More after the jump.