On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have lucky banana snipes, Batman beatdowns, helicopter heads and much more!
Sniper Elite 3 seems like a perfect summer-doldrums game, a guilty pleasure that will keep you occupied while not much else is on the horizon. Wondering which platform should you get it for? You should watch these comparison videos first. There is a clear loser.
Nazis become transparent when you shoot them in Sniper Elite 3, thanks to the gruesome x-ray killcams. But throwing them into water? That's different. Here's YouTuber Skacik showing us one of the funnier glitches of the game.
Developer Rebellion has admitted that some bad people have stolen a batch of Sniper Elite 3 Steam keys from a third-party vendor and then resold them on the cheap, and Steam has revoked all the stolen keys, to the chagrin of many burned buyers
Sniper Elite v2 was disappointingly linear, but it looks like the next installment is shaping up to be much better. Oh, and yes, there are plenty more heads exploding in slow motion.
Why headshot a single soldier, when you can headshot an entire evil Nazi vehicle? The lengthy new gameplay trailer for Sniper Elite 3 is filled with such terrible greatness.
Two years ago, a bonus mission in Sniper Elite V2 lets players intercept a Berlin-bound train and put a bullet in Hitler's head, deviating from the real world event where the Third Reich leader killed himself in an underground bunker. Apparently, that headshot from Sniper Elite V2 didn't take. When Sniper Elite 3…
The darkly satisfying x-ray kill-cam from Rebellion's Sniper Elite V2 gave sharpshooting players a peek at bullets bursting through skin, bone and organs. Sniper Elite 3 adds two more layers to the mix.
The only thing more satisfying than nailing a difficult sniper shot in a video game is an entire video game based around difficult sniper shots. Rebellion and 505 Games are bringing Sniper Elite 3 to consoles and PC in 2014.