It's been quite sometime since we've posted a round-up of our staff's Beyond Co-Op Reviews, but rest assured over the months we've continued to post reviews in the User Blogs section of this site. We've rounded up some of the biggest games from this Spring in this special issue of Beyond Co-Op including such titles as Bioshock Infinite and StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm.
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge has had me singing "Push it to the Limit" to myself for well over a week. Was the game worth it? Find out in our co-op review.
I have many great skills to my name; I can consume chocolate at an alarmingly fast rate, rest hot drinks on my belly and know the entire opening speeches for both Quantum Leap and Star Trek: TNG. Unfortunately, none of these skills prove useful when translating Japanese. Therefore, take of the new Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge trailer what you will, but some new co-op footage is definitely present.
Ninja Gaiden fans will be happy to know that the Wii U no longer has exclusivity to Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. Tecmo Koei has announced that Razor’s Edge will soon arrive on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles this spring!
Ninja Gaiden 3 may not have been a huge hit, but Tecmo continues to support it with post-release content. The latest DLC release, Ninja Pack 2, adds 20 ninja trials, an extra weapon (a Scythe this time), multiplayer clothing, and two new Achievements (worth 60 GamerScore) or Trophies, all for 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99. Head past the break for to see the Ninja Pack 2 trailer.
Strap on your head band and pack your shurikens, we're heading into Ninja Gaiden 3. It's a series known for it's brutal difficulty and satisfying combat. The third iteration is the first to offer multiplayer, including co-op play. Let's slice and dice are way through and find out if this Ninja has come out to play.
Ninja Gaiden 3 has just slashed its way to stores, killing dozens of innocent bystanders in the process. Shocking, right? Imaginary deaths aside, the good news is Tecmo has non-imaginary plans to release free DLC for the game soon after launch. No specific date has been set, but we do know what this DLC includes: two weapons and two multiplayer stages. Good things come in pairs, you know.
This week we have two team-based co-op games launching; one featuring mechs, the other featuring zombies. Another game centers on ninjas. I'll let you guess which one. Mechs, zombies, and ninjas? All we need now are some aliens and we'll have the quadrilateral base of the perfect gaming Pyramid of Villainy. Cap it all off with some Nazis and we'll have ourselves a party! (Nazis always cap the pyramid. Always.)
One of gaming's most punishing franchises returns to consoles next week. Ninja Gaiden 3 will continue the tradition of being painfully difficult. I remember my time with 2004's Ninja Gaiden remake on the original Xbox. I tapped out around the third stage. I think I was fighting on a blimp, or something. I just remember hating every enemy, including the scrubs. Since then the series has become more accessible. You can always increase the difficulty if you're a masochist.
I've always said that my tiny flat requires more things that need dusting; it's the reason that I keep buying collector's editions of games. My partner has spent many a happy Saturday using a feather duster on my Batman, Assassin's Creed, and Bioshock 2 figures. She spends the rest of the day throwing them at my head. Luckily, a replacement is available in the upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3 Collector’s Edition due March 20th.
Ninja Gaiden 3 has been priced and dated, and the obligatory Collector's Editions and preorder exclusives have been detailed. You can get your ninja fix for the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 on March 30th, 2012. NG3 looks to be more brutal than any previous entry, focusing on the consequences facing Ryu Hayabusa after years of chopping people into gooey, meaty chunks. Check out the following video to hear some of the noisiest ninja killing, ever.
The best weapon against the onslaught of Ninja Henchmen is a pair of knee high boots and a nice set of cleavage, case in point pictured above. But when you add in a second set with a splash of purple, the ninjas don't stand a chance.
Tecmo has released some brand new screenshots for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2's two player co-op mode.
Ninja Gaiden 2: Sigma caught our attention when a co-op mode was revealed a few months ago, and we've been interested in the development up to this point. Team Ninja has put together a nice interview explaining how Ryu Hiyabusa will work with others in a co-op mode, and how Ninja Gaiden 2: Sigma is the definitive Ninja Gaiden, not just a sequel or port.
At this week's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Team Ninja has announced that the upcoming port of Ninja Gaiden 2 for the PS3 would contain a handful of new characters as well as a unique co-op mode.
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