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Submitted by tlozoot 953d ago | review

GamerNode's Mark of the Ninja Review

Mark of the Ninja is nothing if not a purified, unblemished example of the stealth genre. But just what is stealth? For me, stealth is about betraying the expectations of your adversary; it’s about fighting your opponents indirectly or perhaps not at all. It’s a thoughtful, meditative kind of warfare that rewards the thinker. Stealth is, for all practical purposes, a combative puzzle, and Mark of the Ninja epitomizes the mechanics of stealth. (Mark of the Ninja, PC, Xbox 360) 5/5

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