Mark of the Ninja truly makes its stealth gameplay shine, despite being a sidescroller. How did they pull it off?
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Try Invisible, Inc., Don’t Starve, Crypt of the Necrodancer, Mark of the Ninja, and more – for free – thanks to a Klei Entertainment weekend.
Here’s an idea: a cheap way to buy Mark of the Ninja, Brutal Legend, Trine 2 and whatever Eets Munchies (beta) is. Maybe we could … Read moreBrutal Ninja Triplets: Humble Indie Bundle 9 is quite a good one
We knew that Klei Entertainment were bringing out a Special Edition DLC pack for Mark of the Ninja “this summer”, but otherwise had no idea … Read moreNinja edited: Mark of the Ninja Special Edition DLC dated
Last year, we inexplicably failed to review Klei’s Mark of the Ninja. Let me go some way towards making up for that here by saying … Read moreTop marks: Mark of the Ninja to expand this summer
Thief: The Dark Project was the first title to teach me the effectiveness of a simple, subverted concept. Thief asked: “what if you hid from … Read moreA Tribute to Sitting Still: The Stealth Games of 2012
It had already been all-but confirmed, but today brings the official word that Klei Entertainment’s 2D stealth-n-stab extravaganza Mark of the Ninja will be coming to … Read moreKlei’s Mark of the Ninja traced to an October PC release
Mark of the Ninja has been well received on Xbox Live Arcade, where it was released last week. Thanks to the ever-reliable method known as … Read moreMark of the Ninja could be tiptoeing onto PC