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Ninja puts together a rather intense formula for its entry in the gaming market

Ninja Mode

Ninja Mode is the second of two all-new supplements from Ninja; the other one was the stimulant-free pump pre-workout Ninja Swole, released on Black Friday. Ninja Mode has arrived on the follow-up sales day that is Cyber Monday, and it is a gaming product built to provide the typical gaming benefits of increased energy and enhanced mental focus.

Ninja’s first-ever competitor in the gaming category actually has quite a strong blend of stimulants to power its promise of improved energy. Each Ninja Mode serving has a combined 350mg of caffeine — 250mg regular caffeine anhydrous and 100mg of extended-release di-caffeine malate — plus 150mg of Dynamine and 20mg of the stimulant we almost only ever see in pre-workouts in isopropylnorsynephrine.

Alongside the energizing section of Ninja Mode, Ninja has packed twice as many ingredients to support focus, including one gram dosages of tyrosine, taurine, and choline bitartrate. There is also 100mg of the premium focus compound Focus Factor, huperzine a, theanine, Cognizin branded citicoline at 250mg, 400mg of alpha-GPC, and n-methyltyramine.

Ninja Mode Label

Ninja’s lineup of supplements is known for its diversity and delivering in the areas of the industry it competes in. Ninja Mode is no different; in fact, it’s one of the more intense products geared towards the gaming market. Generally, formulas this full and comprehensive are more general or advanced nootropics marketed towards everyone, which is something the brand already has in the stimulant-free Limitless.

You can purchase Ninja Mode directly from Ninja through its online store at $40.99 with 25 well-dosed, energizing, and focus-enhancing servings per bottle. The gaming supplement also comes in a strong selection of flavors right out of the gate with three to choose from, all seemingly inspired by popular, classic video game titles in Vice City, Kombat Cherry, and Shinobi Sherbert.