This Mark of the Ninja: Remastered walkthrough will help you complete the game
Mark of the Ninja: Remastered, the new Klei Entertainment action game, was released yesterday.
The game’s visuals have been re-exported into high definition, backgrounds now have increased resolution and overall graphics are even more beautiful than in the original release.
Of course, the Mark of the Ninja: Remastered gameplay is just as difficult as it was in the original game, as gameplay has not been changed.
That means, if you are like many people, finding a good Mark of the Ninja: Remastered walkthrough may be necessary if you want to complete the game and get all the achievements.
Thankfully, YouTuber TheBlueDragon is already ahead of everyone else with a new Mark of the Ninja:Remastered walkthrough released just hours after the game hit Steam.
He played it on PC at 1080P and at 60FPS. So, along with tips for better gameplay, you get the full extent of the beautiful visuals, and can really appreciate the game’s design.
His walkthrough is also the full game, which includes the full main story as well as all cutscenes, all levels and the ending.
A typical Mark of the Ninja: Remastered walkthrough takes many hours to complete, as the game is at least eight hours in length for the main story. Plus an additional four hours if you are going to go for all the extras. A full completionist playthrough is about 20 hours in length.
TheBlueDragon currently has two videos up on his channel with around an hour of gameplay. He is uploading videos quickly, though, so the rest of his gameplay should be up soon.
Meanwhile, you can watch the first two videos in his series below.
You can watch the rest of his full Mark of the Ninja: Remastered walkthrough direct from his YouTube playlist as he uploads the videos.
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