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Submitted by JRPGLuva 1244d ago | review

Mark of the Ninja Review | Tech-Gaming

For players who considered this year’s Summer of Arcade offerings to be somewhat lackluster, consider Mark of the Ninja as Microsoft’s implicit apology. (Mark of the Ninja, Xbox 360) A-/A+

JRPGLuva  +   1244d ago
I've seen nothing but 9/10 and A/Bs for this game. Gotta play the demo.
sharpsword  +   1244d ago
Try it out. If you like stealth in the least, you'll like (maybe love) it.
RaptorMan  +   1244d ago
Yes. You have to play the demo. Unless of course, you're unwilling to pay $15 for one of the best games of the year.
madmad  +   1244d ago
I agree. This should have been a Summer of Arcade release, or they should have made it an extra week this year.
hennessey86  +   1244d ago
Great game
Love the art style
CharmingMan  +   1244d ago
This would have been a better choice that Tony Hawk HD

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