The Team Ninja hack and slash will be getting a demo in time with its April 2 release date along with some SmartGlass bells and whistles for the Xbox 360 port.
The SmartGlass stuff--Microsoft's name for second screen functionality--is mostly community-focused, allowing you to check your rankings among other "Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge" players as well as checking out uploaded videos to get tips and learn tricks. Namco offered something similar with their HTML5 enabled World Tekken Federation around the launch of "Tekken Tag Tournament 2" although that was done in part to facilitate teams and tournaments for the fighter.
"Razor's Edge" was released for the Wii U back in November, bringing an update to the game's battle system and AI, while adding more playable characters.
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