Ninja Gaiden 3 offers for the first time a look at the world through Hayabusa's eyes, showing what drives him to fight, and kill. At the center of the conflict this time around is a masked man whose motivations and goals are unclear. Through mysterious powers, he changes Hayabusa - and the lines between hero and villain, good and evil, are blurred forever.
When Ninja Gaiden 3 came out last March, I found a lot to like about it, despite the inability to chop off limbs and a story so ridiculously hokey that Jackie Chan films looked legitimate next to it. But some people were turned off by problems with the controls, not to mention the inability to use some of Ryu's better weapons right away. Then, in November, Tecmo Koei released a "director's cut" version of the game, Razor's Edge, for Wii U, a game that improved upon the model with plenty of flying limbs and minor improvements here and there. Still, problems with the graphics and camera made it not such a hot purchase to some. Now Razor's Edge is getting one more chance at redemption, this time on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 –... Read Review