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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 661d ago | review

Mark of the Ninja Review | D+PAD Magazine

D+PAD Writes:

Mark of the Ninja, Klei Entertainment’s 2D sidescrolling revision of the divisive stealth genre, is espionage under a different banner. Much like the studio’s previous Shank games, it boasts a striking cartoony art style adorned by moments of schlocky violence; but the game’s greatest strengths come out in an adept and versatile list of moves and abilities combined with meticulous and rewarding level design. (Mark of the Ninja, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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