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Submitted by GreenRanger 570d ago | interview

1UP's Favorite Games of 2012: Mark of the Ninja

1up.com: No game impressed me this year the way Mark of the Ninja did. Developer Klei stepped back from the brawlers they'd become known for (i.e., the Shank series) to create a game that looked and played just as slickly but focused on stealth and subtlety instead of all-out violence. In the process, they created a completely new kind of stealth action game. Since I said basically everything I needed to say about Mark in my review (my first A+ rating in more than 18 months), I decided instead of rehashing that article I should go after new insights about this compact masterpiece by talking to its director, Nels Anderson. (Mark of the Ninja, PC, Xbox 360)

Psychonaughty  +   569d ago
It was a good game but Outland and Shadow Complex were better. For me although it had sweet gfx and fun combat, I still felt a little ripped off at the end of it because of how short it was, it should have been 800msp not 1200msp.

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