Velvet Assassin is a stealth action game that's loosely based on the real-life World War II Allied secret agent, Violette Szabo, who was captured and later executed by the Nazis.
Stealthy meets sexy in Velvet Assassin, Replay Studios' World War II stealth action title based on the true story of female Allied secret agent Violette Szabo.
THQ and SouthPeak convinced Australia that the ubiquitous use of morphine in a World War II game is historically accurate — scoring an MA 15+ rating.
Godfather II, originally set to hit stores around the same time as Killzone 2, Halo Wars and Street Fighter IV, is now headed for stores on April 7 in North America and and April 10 in Europe.
Southpeak had their very own Violette Summer on hand to pose for pictures with fans. But, I was at their booth to check out their game, not the babe.
The 2009 New York Comic Con is kicking off this weekend, and SouthPeak Games plans on making their presence felt, throwing everything from space bears to live-action velvety assassins at convention goers.
Typically when I think World War II and Nazi Germany I don't think fashion show, but Velvet Assassin reminds us that the epitome of realism is a deep closet... and at least one nightie.
Gamecock's upcoming Velvet Assassin, in development by Replay Studios, has an intriguing premise - the protagonist, Violette Summer, is based on the actual life of British secret agent Violette Szabo during World War II. In the game, Violette is a secret agent on her own behind enemy lines. It's slated for a Fall…