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The first game to get an R18+ rating has been revealed; it’ll be Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge for its “High Impact Bloody Violence”.
As Nintendo’s first high definition console, Wii U will join the never-ending, nothing-really-proven debate between the PS3 and the Xbox 360 over which console’s visuals for whatever multiplatform game are superior. Some people are convinced it’s a bad port, while other feel it’s due to inferior hardware.
This is a couple minutes of gameplay for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, the Wii U launch title that carves through dough-headed stooges like this and still can slice a tomato like this.
The folks behind poorly received action game Ninja Gaiden 3 tried too hard to make it appeal to Western tastes, says Yosuke Hayashi, head of developer Team Ninja, the studio behind the game.
You might be wondering what Tecmo Koei’s got up its corporate sleeves after Ninja Gaiden 3 chopped its way release earlier this year. Well, it’s a good thing that E3′s right around the corner so that we can find out.