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Ninja Gaiden 3
Ninja Gaiden 3

PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: Action Players: 1 to 0
Developer: Team Ninja Official Site:
Publisher: Tecmo Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
22nd March 2012
Friday, 11 January 2013
Post by Dan @ 11:47am 11/01/13 | 40 Comments
Less than two weeks into the new year that brought with it the introduction of an R18+ category for the classification of videogames in Australia, the Australian Classification Board has reportedly handed down it's first R-rated evaluation, giving the honours to the upcoming Ninja: Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge, Team Ninja's upcoming port of the successful action game, tailored for the Wii U's unique features (via VG247):
The Classification Board awarded the debut R18+ rating for Razor’s Edge’s “strong, bloody violence”. Classification Board director Lesley O’Brien said in a statement that video games which have a “high impact” are not suitable for ages below 18.

“Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge contains violence that is high in impact because of its frequency, high definition graphics, and emphasis on blood effects,” she explained.
The original Ninja Gaiden 3 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 was rated MA15+ (and AusGamers 7.3/10) under the previous classification guidelines, and although it's uncertain what specific features may have pushed the Wii U version into the new category, it is expected to have some new more gorier features, such as the restoration of "enemies’ ability to fight with severed arms or legs".

Watch the latest gameplay trailer for Ninja Gaiden: Razor's Edge from last month, embedded below.

An Australian release date for Razor's Edge has yet to be defined, however the game has already been available in North America since the Wii U launch in November 18th 2012, and launches in Europe tomorrow.

Sales and marketing of Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge will now be restricted in Australia in a similar way to R18+ films are, with sales to minors carrying penalties according to state legislation. Queensland is the only Australia state still unprepared for the new rating, with state parliament due to move forward on the matter in February.

Thursday, 22 March 2012
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:40pm 22/03/12 | 0 Comments
Post-Itagaki, Team Ninja are still slogging away as visually pioneering developers from the East who enjoy two things: busty, bikini-clad volleyball-playing female fighting game characters, and ninjas.

The latter is what brings us here today, with Nathan "nachosjustice" Lawrence's look at the latest in the Ninja Gaiden series, aptly named "Ninja Gaiden 3". It seems like some things have changed and evolved for the better in the beloved franchise, while others have either remained unfortunately the same, or even regressed. Either way, it is hard to look past the sheer joy of wielding two swords and slicing and dicing without abandon - exactly what nachos took away from the experience.

Click here for his full review.
Monday, 16 January 2012
Post by Dan @ 03:19pm 16/01/12 | 1 Comments
It seems like every traditional singleplayer game is trying their hand at a multiplayer mode lately and Ninja Gaiden is no exception, with Team Ninja's upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3 now set to offer a competitive component. The latest trailer focuses on just that and if while playing Ryu Hyabusa in the previous outings, you've ever wanted to bust out some of those moves on real human-controlled opponents, this should make you pretty happy. You can even stab yourself, yep ninja seppuku -- presumably to deny your opponent of the kill and not bring shame to your family.

Check it out embedded below or click here for the HD video page.

Ninja Gaiden 3 lands on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 22nd 2012 (assuming it makes it past the Australian Classification Board), with a Wii-U version expected close to the new console launch later in the year.

Thursday, 3 November 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:23am 03/11/11 | 2 Comments
Okay, cheesy puns aside, we have a batch of new Ninja Gaiden 3 screens for you today, fresh from the guys at Team Ninja, showing off what this series is best known for: blood!

The other thing the series has been renowned for is visual prowess, and while the game does look good in these screens, considering the modern landscape of games (and the dwindling Japanese development model), I'd say they definitely have their work cut out for them.

Click the thumbnails below for a closer look at the new images.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011
Post by trog @ 08:03am 08/06/11 | 5 Comments
Some info has finally emerged about Team Ninja's anticipated third title in the Ninja Gaiden series. Coming "early 2012" for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Ninja Gaiden 3 will feature 8-way multiplayer with a variety of online modes plus a compelling new story:
Ninja Gaiden 3 aims to take players on a journey with their hero Hayabusa once more, but this time they’ll see more from their protagonist than they ever imagined. For the first time, we’ll get a look at the world through Hayabusa’s eyes, and find out 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.
The full feature list is now on our game page, with a bunch of high res screenshots for a taste of the visuals.

A new trailer sets the scene and shows off a bunch of fast-paced, blood spatter-filled gameplay action - download in high def or watch below.