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Mark of the Ninja sneaks onto Steam October 16

Xbox Live stealth-action game Mark of the Ninja will be available on Steam October 16.

Giant Bomb's Brad Shoemaker calls Mark of the Ninja, " of the most playable, rewarding, and downright fun stealth games ever made."

Following the common pattern of Xbox Live exclusives, Mark of the Ninja was previously only available as a downloadable title on the 360, but will be coming to PCs next month. In beautifully fluid 2D animation, the titular ninja sneaks past guards, dodges lasers and slits throats in this game from Shank series developer Klei.

If you didn't get a chance to check Mark of the Ninja out on XBLA, definitely give it a look on Steam this October.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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