In Nintendo’s never-ending quest to appear all grown up in the world of console gaming, their newest system, the Wii-U, will launch with one of the most violent games Nintendo has ever hosted. Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will be the first of Nintendo’s attempts at a more adult line up.
The also mature-rated Mass Effect series seems as though it will make an appearance on the Wii-U as well, but it probably won’t launch with the system. Ninja Gaiden 3 will be delivering the blood, guts, and gore factor to the Nintendo family. Maybe we’ll see Ryu Hayabusa in the next Super Smash Bros., chopping Mario to bloody stumps.