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Submitted by gaminglives 916d ago | review

Mark Of The Ninja - Review [GamingLives]

GamingLives gets its black pjs at the ready for Mark of the Ninja.

"I’ve never been a big fan of the indie or the arcade; that’s not to say I didn’t appreciate their quality, but I always find myself spending my money picking up the AAA titles and then unable to justify the cost. Last year I found myself picking publisher bundles on Steam and getting a chance to have a go at some indie games – titles like Faster Than Light and The Walking Dead series really opened my eyes to just how good these games could be. Then I played Mark of the Ninja." (Mark of the Ninja, PC, Xbox 360) 10/10

TheGameHuntah  +   916d ago
LOVE this game!
Ninja Gaiden in steroids!
Ezz2013  +   916d ago
yeah this game is sooo good
i fall in love with those type of games when i played shank games
TheGameHuntah  +   916d ago
Agree, even when I'm not a big Shank fan.
Everybody should try Mark of the Ninja, it's a real masterpiece.

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