Ninja Gaiden 3 was released earlier this year for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and got some terrible review scores from practically everyone. In that case, why in the world should we be excited for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge on Wii U? I would say that I’m excited because Team Ninja has made an effort to polish up the game, and has even added new updates that will make this upcoming game a more enjoyable experience. Ayane as a playable character? Awesome! Check out the updates below.
- Tougher AI
- Upgrade system
- Accumulate currency by pulling off combos
- Use the cash to purchase moves, sword upgrades, and magic spell
- View some of the more complex combos on the Wii U GamePad
- Ayane as a playable character - will have her own “narrative-expanding missions”, complete with a new move set.