New Mark of the Ninja DLC Refers To Game’s Backstory

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Mark of the Ninja was a great game from the developers of Shank and Shank 2, needless to say the studio really hit it out of the park with the game and really showed that their talents extend beyond the world of the latter series. Mark of the Ninja was a truly amazing side scroller game that really made combat in the series feel more refined, players would be able to play as a more stealthier character compared to chainsawing and shooting their way through enemies and boss fights.

The latest DLC will focus on the back story of Dosan, the tattoo artist, while the price and release date are still a question the new DLC does go on to add some new changes such as two new weapons, one that caters to the inner Ninja and one that caters to the more “loud” approach.

A more welcomed addition is the “Non-lethal takedown ability” which as the name suggests is a more subtle way of subduing your foes and should definitely come in handy in those sticky situations where a pacifist doesn’t wish to draw blood.

If you have been wanting more Mark of the Ninja then keep an eye out for this particular DLC, coming to a Steam / Xbox Live marketplace near you this summer for a yet to be decided price!

Source: Joystiq

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