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Submitted by CranberryPub 1202d ago | news

Rebellion Talks Up Sniper Elite V2's Emotional Impact

GamerZines writes:

Sniper Elite V2 will emulate the "voyeuristic emotional attachment a sniper feels for his prey" according to the project's producer Steve Hart.

The bold claim was made during a demo session at the Oxford developer last year which revealed a revitalised kill-cam mechanic from the franchise's first entry.

The functionality adds a nifty automated camera which follows a bullet when fired all the way to its intended target showing the results with neat cutaways revealing torn cartilage, fractured bone, punctured eyes, ruptured testicles, exploding hearts and other grisly scenarios. (PC, PS3, Sniper Elite V2, Xbox 360)

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