Mark of the Ninja Review | Select Button

The game does a good job of making the player feel like a ninja and not rely on faux stealth that a majority of “stealth” titles do. Throughout the levels there are opportunities for players to hide, crawl around, distract guards, and be a general badass as you rip your enemies to shreds. Don’t forget to hide their bodies, it’s quite important. The game uses a very good cover system and lighting dynamics. Straying into the light of either lamp or an enemy’s flashlight means you’ll be spotted, but using the cover system and hiding from sight actually means just that – they won’t know you’re there.

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