Mark of the Ninja: Remastered is the same game content-wise, now including the post-release DLC as a single package. But that’s not all. What makes this a remaster is the improvements visually and aurally, which make it the definitive version to own. It has been 6 years and 1 month after its original release, and the 2D stealth of Mark of the Ninja is just as good now as it was then. Mark of the Ninja: Remastered is an improvement in every aspect, and even earning the achievements again are absolutely worth the replay – this is a masterwork by Klei Entertainment.
Stealth games have a tendency to punish you for failing. Thus, making the entire experience a test of patience, utilizing trial and error, and memorization; ruining the fun of what makes stealth games enjoyable. Klei Entertainment’s Mark of the Ninja sets out to change that. Does it succeed in its mission or trip an alarm?