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Submitted by iStatusQ3 672d ago | review

Mark of the Ninja Review | Realm of Gamers

"It’s been a good while since I have come across a pure stealth game. No, not one of those hybrids that have stealth elements yet give you the power to openly wreak havoc for all to see like in Dishonored, Assassin’s Creed, and the recent Splinter Cell games. I’m speaking of the games that fully encourage or even force you to go entirely unnoticed similar to that of Splinter Cell Chaos Theory and Thief. Once you get spotted, there is little chance of escape. I have been longing for such a game for a while now and, after watching a few videos, Mark of the Ninja appeared to deliver just that." (Mark of the Ninja, PC) -

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