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Mark of the Ninja
9.2 out of 10

Mark of the Ninja

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Overall 10

Mark of The Ninja

ArkayneShad0w, Game Informer
13 February 2015
  • Summary: Mark Of The Ninja Mark of The Ninja is a stealth action, well, ninja game. It gets a lot right, and would definitely work for a series. (Depending on the ending you choose) GAMEPLAY First of all, this gameplay is great! It's so satisfying to terrify, kill, and even sneak past guards.
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Overall 1

User Review

XxManyWondersXx, Metacritic
11 October 2013
  • Summary: I found this game to be right up my alley. Everything about is was amazing: the art style, the story, how stealth worked, and the amount of abilities available to the player as you progressed.
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Overall 10

Mark of the Ninja Review: Solace & Safety in Shadow

Jeremy Sturgill, Game Informer
26 June 2013
  • Summary: Mark of the Ninja is the ultimate ninja fantasy. From the moment that you take control, you are given the power and tools to be the master of your environment. As you quietly move from shadow to shadow making choices for the oblivious guards that surround you, the power over life and death are in...
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Overall 7

A Kungfu Panda of a Ninja Game

Paradigmthefallen, Game Informer
21 June 2013
  • Summary: Mark of the Ninja , a game from the creators of Shank and Don't Starve , brought to the PC by Microsoft (instead of Halo 3 , because "reasons" obviously), is a peculiar game to say the least.
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Overall 9

Side Scrolling Awesomeness!

TheLaughinManFL, Game Informer
7 June 2013
  • Summary: In the past I haven’t been a huge fan of stealth games. However, the stealth mechanics that have been incorporated into the games unique shadow and light graphics make for a visually stunning 2D side scroller.
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Overall 10

Marked and Executed

xl9, Game Informer
26 February 2013
  • Summary: True stealth games are a dying breed. The latest Splinter Cell was action-heavy, the new Hitman seems to punish players who try to diffuse a situation by picking off targets one by one, and even Dishonored has some moments where you are encouraged to use weapons like grenades or the flintlock pistol...
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Overall 10

Mark of the Ninja Review: A New Standard for Stealth

bombstopper, Game Informer
21 December 2012
  • Summary: You are the silent shadow on the prowl. Kill the lights, distract the guards, kill one and terrorize the other. A simple approach found in other stealth genre games, however it surely is not the only one.
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