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Velvet Assassin Screenshots and Images - PC

Velvet Assassin
Game Description:Developed by the German team Replay Studios, Sabotage features Resistance fighter and MI6 agent Violette Summer (based on the real historic Violette Szabo), who has to infiltrate German military camps in France, Poland and Germany during the war and sabotate them, kill high Nazi officers, rescue civilian hostages or solve other missions for the war effort. The game uses lighting and control design to focus on supense and silent action more than on ravishing gunfire and devastating grenade action -- that is also possible for the player if they want to open fire, but it's not always the best solution to a situation.
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Velvet Assassin Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Velvet Assassin Kill Reel

    Posted: May 5, 2009

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  • Velvet Assassin Extended Music Video

    Posted: April 6, 2009

    2,849 Views | 03:28 | 1 Comment

  • Velvet Assassin We Shall Not Surrender Trailer

    Posted: March 16, 2009

    3,130 Views | 01:24

  • All Access Preview: Velvet Assassin

    Posted: January 6, 2009

    5,679 Views | 02:04 | 15 Comments

  • Velvet Assassin Preview

    Posted: December 8, 2008

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