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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 1240d ago | review

Mark of the Ninja Review - Structure Gaming

It seems to be a bit of an oddity these days for a game to both deliver and reward the use of stealth. This is not to be confused with games that simply allow you to render your character to some degree of invisibility in order to conveniently bypass certain portions that would, by any other means, normally be difficult. Mark of the Ninja, developed by Klei Entertainment, has implemented the best stealth mechanics of any game in recent years. Instead of either making combat a nonobjective, or making stealth an option and not a necessity, Klei has found a perfect merger of punishing those who attempt direct confrontation while still allowing the ability to lethally take out enemies. (Mark of the Ninja, Xbox 360) -

c1oudy  +   1240d ago
Do not read this review, there are some massive spoilers in this.

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