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Mark of the Ninja Review: Klei Entertainment defines stealth for side-scrollers | Gaming Examiner

Many games have implemented the stealth scenario, one of the most popular genres to adopt the policy in most recent history is the ‘open-world’ genre. Klei Entertainment brings stealth back to its roots while hiding in the shadows, not to steal someone’s treasured goods but to eradicated all enemies with precision and style. (Mark of the Ninja, Xbox 360) 9.0/10

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