The latest images from Velvet Assassin, Gamecock and developer Replay Studios' British-spy, stealth-action shooter, you'll find heroine Violette Summer has an outfit for every occasion as she stalks her prey behind WWII enemy lines. Based off the true-life story of Violette Szabo, German dev Replay, will work to bring you a shank-the-Nazi-in-the-dark experience like never before.
How do you think this will live up to stealth action games of the past?
Velvet Assassin makes it way to the PC then Xbox 360 starting January 2009.
And FYI, in case you were wondering about the night gown...
"Night Dress – This outfit is completely unsuited to any of the exploits that Violette will undertake, but that’s the point. The entirety of Velvet Assassin is actually a flashback, with Violette remembering her efforts while in a coma. Whenever players get into a tight spot in the game, they can go into Morphine Mode which simulates Violette getting an injection of the drug from her nurse to calm her down as she lives out the horrific memories of war in her violent dreams. When this happens, the action slows down and the world around her becomes more of a dreamscape, and whatever Violette was wearing is temporarily exchanged with the nightie she’s garbed in at the hospital."