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I haven't bothered to get Ninja Gaiden 3: Razors Edge. Have they balanced the gameplay? The demo was a vast improvement but still inferior to NGII on the 360.
Can't say I'm too surprised with the poll in here.
Well, it's much better. I found it better than Sigma 2, and four characters are fun to play as.
However, it's kind of odd to get use to, since there are no items and only Ninpo and save points heal you. It forces you to play better, but they probably should have put more save points if they were going to use that system.
Some enemies are flat out too strong, like the Magic Hands alchemist
I may have to bite the bullet and get it eventually (it's only £25, so not really making a dent with it), Ninja Gaiden 3 was an atrocity and an embarrassment to the Ninja Gaiden name and "Ryu" in that wasn't even Ryu at all.
Metal Gear Rising is the next game on my list to play when I get time to properly invest my time back into gaming and that game is leaps and bounds better then that sham of a game.
I enjoyed it enough to platinum it but now its collecting dust because if I ever get in the mood to play a DMC game I go with either DMC3 or DMC4 and sometimes even DMC1 because even though Dante's moves are outdated it still has some of the best enemy design I've ever seen.
Did I like the game? Yes in all honesty. But it does take alot for me to actually hate something I admit. The story was crap but so was every other DMC game besides 3, gameplay is what matters here and I did enjoy DmC's gameplay. Only real complaint is that it was to easy, not just as a DMC game but just as a game in general. As I said it's good for casuals or for those just getting into the genre of HnS. But it's nowhere near the level of the previous games.
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