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I hardly ever revisit singleplayer games, so the fact that I’ve snuck all the way through Mark Of The Ninja two and a half times should tell you something. One and a half of those times actually involved just as much stabbing and shuriken tossing as sneaking, but shh.
I say this because Mark Of The Ninja: Remastered has slunk out of the shadows, boasting prettier visuals, snazzier sound, and the extra items and level from the Special Edition DLC. If this one passed you by, I’d implore you to snap it up. It’s free if you already own the DLC, and discounted to 4 for owners of the non-fancy version.
Klei Entertainment have announced that Mark Of The Ninja: Remastered, the revamped rerelease of their rad stealth-o-murder-a-platformer from 2012, will launch on October 9th. It’ll boast high-resolution art and improved sound but still be the same fine game at heart, and accordingly won’t be expensive for folks who got Mark Of The Ninja on Steam the first time around. Klei have said that those who got its Special Edition DLC back in the day, which cost 4/$5, will get Remastered for free. If not, hey, original players can just pay an extra 4/$5 now to get Remastered.