Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge is Coming to Xbox 360 and PS3

Well, we all probably suspected it. However, here is your confirmation folks:  Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge for an Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will release in U.S. and Europe.

The street will run red with ninja blood!

The streets will run red with ninja blood!

 

The game is set to release in North America  and Europe April 2nd and April 5th (respectively). It’ll keep all the necessary changes that came with the Wii U version,  just well… You know, minus the screen on the controller. It will also include all paid DLC that was on the original version for free, which really adds some much needed value to this title. It adds over 100 missions which can be played through with all playable characters (ie. Ayame, Kasumi,Mamiji, and Ryu). If nothing else, it will feel more like the Ninja Gaiden of old we all know and love – a bloody good time.

Jaime aka. Paco is an avid fan of JRPGs and Lakers basketball, both of which are doing somewhat poorly in their current state, however both seem to show positive improvement in the future. If you want to pop him a question, just comment below or reach him on his Twitter @RTBL1990

Source: Siliconera

 

 

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