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Ninja Gaiden 3 is all murder and no execution. It places utmost importance on the periphery, neglecting the mechanisms of combat while splashing blood across the screen and desperately sniffing the air for just a hint of remorse from its protagonist. The franchise has never been more accessible as a result, and never more disposable. Ninja Gaiden's internal clockwork...

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Tecmo Koei reports increased revenue in fiscal 2012, Ninja Gaiden 3 ships 630K

Tecmo Koei's revenues for the fiscal year, ended March 31, were 35.5 billion yen ($443.8 million), up 10.7 percent year over year. The company reported strong sales of its games from the last year, including Samurai Warriors 3 Empires, Winning Post 7 2012, and games it co-developed for other...

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Ninja Gaiden 3's latest update brings Ultimate Ninja difficulty, demo

Ninja Gaiden 3's difficulty-boosting update has landed, as has a demo for people who may still be on the fence after reading our less than glowing review. The "Ultimate Ninja" difficulty upgrade is free until May 24, although its related Ninja Trials and customization items will cost you –...

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PSA: Ninja Gaiden 3 'Ninja Pack 2' DLC swings a big scythe today

Swords are a bit too inefficient for our liking. We enjoy weapons that can kill dudes by the dozen in one massive, sweeping motion. The Ninja Gaiden 3 "Ninja Pack 2" DLC adds an enormous scythe to Ryu's arsenal and the multiplayer side of the game. There's also new armor and headgear, and 20 new...

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Ninja Gaiden 3 DLC increases difficulty and claw count

Ninja Gaiden 3 is being bolstered with DLC today, including new weapons for both single- and multiplayer. The "Falcon's Talons" weapon from Ninja Gaiden 2 returns for use in the campaign, bundled with an increased level cap and new stage for multiplayer. This is a free download distributed as an...

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Ninja Gaiden 3 review: To be blunt

Ninja Gaiden 3 is all murder and no execution. It places utmost importance on the periphery, neglecting the mechanisms of combat while splashing blood across the screen and desperately sniffing the air for just a hint of remorse from its protagonist. The franchise has never been more accessible as...

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Metareview: Ninja Gaiden 3

Yikes, talk about a big bloody mess. Ninja Gaiden 3 missed the mark on a lot of the elements veterans expected from the series. Complaints include the game's notorious difficulty being diminished, compromised AI and -- maybe, worst of all -- that it's boring. Game Informer (60/100): "Ninja Gaiden...

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See Ninja Gaiden 3's new DLC weapons in action

Ryu Hayabusa could probably kill demons with a toothbrush if he wanted. If any of the new weapons in this DLC pack are indeed toothbrushes, we worry about those teeth....

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Ninja Gaiden 3 users report trouble redeeming Online Passes

Ninja Gaiden 3 has a barrier to entry that not even Ryu Hayabusa can wall-jump over: busted Online Pass codes. Reports from all over are coming in that the codes included with retail copies of the game don't work, effectively locking out the online multiplayer and generally being very inconvenient...

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Team Ninja unleashes a flurry of Ninja Gaiden 3 dev diaries

A good ninja must be able to take on many opponents at once. A good Joystiq reader must be able to watch a bunch of Ninja Gaiden 3 developer diary videos....

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Ninja Gaiden 3 getting free DLC weapons, multiplayer stages

Following Ninja Gaiden 3's launch next week, Tecmo Koei will release some post-launch goodies: four different pieces of free DLC content. According to Famitsu, these include two new weapons and two new stages for multiplayer. The Eclipse Scythe and Moukinsou are a -- well, the scythe is a giant...

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