This is another reputed zero kill run game that many players have given rave reviews to: It takes place in a partly utopian, partly dystopian futuristic society controlled by a domineering regime that tightly monitors and regulates its citizens behavior. The player character is a young woman in the business of transmitting messages while evading government surveillance, and combines first-person perspective and "platform" gameplay involving a lot of perilous running and jumping, with a lot of attention to detail reportedly put into the game's physics.
|Screenshot from Mirror's Edge|
Apparently there's a glitch that doesn't count throwing people off of rooftops as kills (oops)— but assuming it's still possible to win the game without throwing anyone off the roof, it sounds like this is another confirmed zero-kill run game that might have a lot going for it.
|Mirror's Edge: Just remember keep the safety turned on when using that scope to spy on people. And remember not to accidentally knock anyone off the roof, while you're at it...|
|Atmospheric screenshot from Silent Hill: Downpour|
(This actually may not be the case: It was ambiguous from the quotes whether the rats could be left alive, or whether players were actually forced to bump them off to avoid having to prey on humans as the only alternate way to stay alive. If you can take on the zero kill challenge literally without killing anyone, including rats or any other animals, maybe we'll give it another look after it's released... )