Summary: There isn't much more for me to say. Read my review on the original release. Kill-Zone H.D. offers less technical problems and a higher resolution, though there's the obvious that there happens to be no more online support.
Summary: When Killzone first released on the PS2, it was known as a game that didn't deliver on its promise of killing the Halo franchise. Believe me, it didn't. The game was marred by a shaky framerate and terrible AI. However, the was still very enjoyable, with a great storyline and a great selection of weapons.
Summary: This is actually a quite conflicting game to review. So I will simply list the factors I like and don't like, and then you can judge for yourself: + Fun Gameplay + Good Story + Nice Characters + Once unlocked, being able to play as ANY character in the next chapter. + Button remapping. Not completely custom, but a great feature none the less. - Cut-scenes are of poor quality. They This is actually a quite conflicting game to review.
Summary: The first Killzone was very good at its time, but even then there was some very annoying mistakes. There were bugs everywhere, and the one player campaign was too monotone, so it got boring really easily. Of course, they couldn't change the gameplay itself, so I don't consider it a mistake, but they should have fixed at least the graphic bugs.
Summary: A great idea remaster a classic as Killzone, was undoubtedly one of the best games for the PS2 and is now in HD on PSN. Just need to remastericen Resident Evil 2 is a good chance to enjoy this game. No doubt the video quality you have is poor and is about the same as the PS2 version, so I had to increase you a little more quality but should also put some more as more players online or A great idea remaster a classic as Killzone, was undoubtedly one of the best games for...