Wednesday, September 12, 2012

IGN Mark of The Ninja Review

This game looks awesome, Im getting it tonight. Currently at 90 on Metacritic.


md said...

i've had my finger on the trigger to buy this game. it's looks like a blast. kind of wish it was two player (it's not, right?)

umo said...

This is the new game from the makers of Shank, I have Shank as part of one of the Humble Bundle indie game packs but finally now have a computer good enough to play them all.

I think the delicate stealth control and super fast attacks would get too crazy for co-op so they didn't include it.

umo said...

Min Requirements:

Windows 95/98/NT 4.0
Pentium 133 Mhz
2x CD ROM Drive
400MB HD Space
SVGA, high colour, 16-bit.
Win compatible soundcard
32-bit ISP
28.8+ modem or LAN

That is what's on the back of my Half Life Generation CD (GOTY type edition with Blue Shift/Opposing Force & Counterstrike).

Incredible that so many years later I can punch in the code on the front and get playable versions on Steam, along with a variety of other related games.

Even more incredible after playing through the first level is to install the freshly finished Black Mesa and see another massive leap forward.

Min Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista/7
Pentium 4 3.0 GHz, or AMD processor.
1GB (1024 MB)
Graphics Card : Shader Model 2.0 capable, ATI 9600, NVidia 6600 or better.
Sound: DirectX 8.1 compatible.
8 GB HD Space (Not including the Free Source SDK, installed separately)

The time put into the crafting Black Mesa out of love for the game shows up instantly.

Chronic said...

Oh shit Black mesa is finished?! Holy shit... Im gonna go check it out now