Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.
Controlling the main character.
Becoming a conduit.
Can't control his new powers.
Pressing O while using the smoke power allows you to dash through objects.
Flashback scenes are told in comic book style cutscenes seen in previous games.
Delsin using his chain attack with smoke.
Meeting D.U.P. leader Brooke Augustine for the first time.
At certain points you will be given a choice that will directly effect your karma.
With enough karma you will advance to a higher level allowing you to unlock more powers.
Delsin arguing with his brother.
Draining core relays will always give you a new ability.
Using his smoke shot ability to get a blast shard.
Draining energy from a power source.
Using his powers to remove obstacles.
Enemies are no match for Delsin.
Smoke powers allow you to hover across gaps.
Long range attack.
The D.U.P. have cement powers and occasionally miniguns.
Those flying things are blast shards which are your source for upgrading your powers.
Completing a certain percentage of an area will open a District Showdown.
Hidden Camera missions are one of the side-missions available in the game.
Clearing your first district gives a trophy!
The white star indicates a main mission while the spray can is a graffiti side mission.
Orbital Drop is a Karmic Bomb ability Delsin can only use when his karma power is maxed.
The District now belongs to the people.
Hovering across the streets of Seattle.
The games utilizes the touch pad of the Dualshock 4 at times.
Fetch is a conduit you meet who has neon powers.
Delsin draining Fetch's powers.
Neon allows Delsin to traverse areas at a blazing speed.
A flashback scene of Fetch's past.
Here is another of the karmic decisions you have to make.
Wouldn't they just make such a perfect couple.
Draining power from Neon signs.
The meter to the bottom left shows your energy level for that power.
Dashing through the streets.
Here is a Sucker Punch easter egg. Cooper refers to Sly Cooper while McGrath to Cole McGrath.
The Neon Karmic Bomb puts on a dazzling display.
The graphics are really nice in this game.
Charging up a smoke blast.
Fighting a mini-boss.
Using the Dualshock 4's gyro you move your controller to imitate a spray can during these side-missions.
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