Ryu Hayabusa returns to take on the forces of evil once again in Ninja Gaiden 3. It features a whole new rage of gameplay, while being more accessible to a much wider audience.
|5||There are three things Ninja Gaiden (as a series) is known for, even amongst those who have never really played the series themselves. First, you have the steep difficulty curve. Then, there's the copious levels of blood splatter and finally, the large breasted female ninjas. Most invest in the series for all three points, as anyone who enjoys some high speed slicing and dicing walks away with something to be happy about. But this latest entry into the series, Ninja Gaiden 3, is a little different in the fact that it doesn't really look to challenge, or build upon anything the past games created. Instead it looks to undo it. |
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