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Kotaku: Velvet Assassin Impressions – Morphine Makes Everything Better, Seriously

Kotaku writes: "There were several things that stayed with me long after I'd put down Velvet Assassin – the most vivid of which was the morphine. In this World War II stealth-action game, morphine acts sort of as bullet-time; when you botch a sneaking mission and your character Violette gets shot at, you can inject yourself with a syringe of the magic medicine which turns everything all orangey with little flower petals/red blood cells floating everywhere. While this is going on, Violet appears onscreen in her hospital nightie (sexy), can run super-fast, and kills people in lightning-quick shanks."

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