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Submitted by Esperino 1042d ago | interview

Interview: Nels Anderson of Klei Entertainment (Mark of the Ninja) | Esperino

It's a busy year for Vancouver based developer Klei Entertainment. Coming off the recent success of their sequel Shank 2, the indepedent studio have dived back into the thick of what they do best with an all new intellectual property, Mark of the Ninja.

Unlike their previous work on Eets and the Shank series, Mark of the Ninja explores new, unfamiliar territory as a stealth platformer, expanding on the lavish 2D visual styling synonymous with the Klei Entertainment name. (Klei Entertainment, Mark of the Ninja, Nels Anderson, Xbox 360)

Dj C4  +   1041d ago
Great interview. Excited about this game. It looks like a 2D Tenchu throwback. It played great at E3.

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