Submitted by MikeEaton 1011d ago | review

Review: Mark of the Ninja - Twinfinite

The challenge through the years has been in making a straight-up ninja game that marries sneaking and stealth elements. Aside from recent Batman games (which are kind of ninja-y), such a title had yet to emerge.

Until Mark of the Ninja came along, that is. (Mark of the Ninja, PC, Xbox 360) 5/5

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