“Rule number one: Don’t get me killed.”
In 2012 Klei Entertainment released their love letter to the stealth genre in the form of Mark of the Ninja. With Nels Anderson at the helm, what started as a project that had the simple goal of “containing ninjas,” became one of the few experiences out there that honoured the skill set of these masked assassins. James Carter, Darren Gargette, Joshua Garrity and special guest Nels Anderson discuss the thrill that can be found in the shadows.
Music used in this issue:
1: MI Strings 3 by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
2: MI Strings 5 by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
3: Mark & Blade by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
Cane and Rinse 108 was edited by Darren Gargette
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