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Videos: Dressed to Kill: Destiny's Weapons and Armor on PS4

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33w ago - Sony Social Media Senior Manager Sid Shuman posted up some videos today spotlighting Destiny's weapons and armor on PS4 dubbed Dressed to Kill below.

To quote: Last week, I shared my first PS4 hands-on experiences with Destiny, Bungie's ambitious social shooter.

In today's new video, weapons, armor, and loot are squarely in the crosshairs as lead designer Lars Bakken and community manager David Dague walk us through [Register or Login to view links]'s plans for galactic domination.





Destiny's arsenal is vast and varied: fire-spewing shotguns and head-melting fusion rifles coexist beside traditional pistols and rifles. Weapons span three broad categories: Primary (autorifles and hand cannons), Special (shotguns and sniper rifles), and Heavy (rockets and belt-fed machineguns).

There's plenty of variety within each category, too. The autorifle sub-category includes burst-fire pulse rifles, single-shot carbines, and an array of full-auto assault rifles that prove murderously effective at close range.

Despite the sprawling arsenal, Bungie's designers are taking pains...
 

Video: Dressed to Kill: Disguises in Hitman: Absolution for PS3

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114w ago - IO Interactive Community Manager Nick Price is here with a new video today showcasing the disguises in Hitman: Absolution for the PS3 entertainment system!

To quote: If you pick just one unique, fun element that truly stands out in a Hitman game, it's got to be the ability to suit up in various disguises in order to fool passersby and infiltrate protected areas undetected.

At [Register or Login to view links], we've always had a lot of fun with disguises, which probably culminated in [Register or Login to view links]'s white suits, clown outfits, and full-body chicken costumes.

With Hitman: Absolution, we're following up on that tradition and we're adding new wrinkles as well. Most importantly, we've added the ability to "blend in," which allows you to act out your disguise more convincingly. Whereas a disguise would fool people at a distance in the old games, Agent 47 can now use his Instinct powers to fool people up close.

Normally, enemies can detect your disguise if you walk straight up to them and they are wearing similar outfits - for instance, a Chicago police officer will eventually start to question you if you are wearing a police uniform.

But by blending in, you can briefly fool a nearby enemy...
 
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