Ronin review | GamesTM

Anonymous masked ‘heroes’ fighting against a seemingly all-powerful entity is hardly a new videogaming idea. Indeed, its continued popularity perhaps serves to prove that, at least when it comes to bloodthirsty rampages, it offers just enough narrative uncertainly to develop audience interest without getting in the way of the action. Such a path is only respected, however, if the game in question manages to line it with something resembling fresh intrigue.

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