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Killzone: Shadow Fall

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Killzone: Shadow Fall Intercept Review

GameSpot
26 June 2014
  • Excerpt: What's your favorite kind of co-op shooter? The ultra-competitive, team-based thrills of a Battlefield Domination match? The wave-based panic of Gears of War 's Horde mode? Or maybe you're partial to the strategic gore-fest that is a game of Left 4 Dead ? Judging by the four-player co-op on offer in Killzone: Shadow Fall Intercept, developer Guerrilla is very much a fan of all three.
  • Pros: Defending capture points is fun when working together as a team, Technically impressive visuals
  • Cons: Core banking mechanic becomes repetitive, Bosses are dull and a wasted opportunity, Blends many ideas together but excels at few of them, Character classes and power-ups lack punch
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Killzone: Shadow Fall: Intercept

Destructoid
7 March 2014
  • Summary: Killzone: Shadow Fall was a respectable launch game. It showcased the power of the nascent PS4 with scintillating visuals, and paired its aesthetic beauty with a competent campaign and sound multiplayer component. The shooter wasn't exactly a revelation, but the glossy sheen, at the very least, provided a fine entrée to the new generation.
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Killzone: Shadow Fall PS4 Review

Console Obsession
2 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Halo, Resistance: Fall of Man, Perfect Dark Zero and TimeSplitters all have one thing in common, they were FPS exclusives that helped launch consoles. Being that the FPS genre is now one of the most popular ones out there, a console launch would almost be wrong without one or two FPS titles being a part of the first batch of games.
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Shadow Fail

GameCritics.com
31 January 2014
  • Conclusion: Why can the protagonist suddenly fire rockets out of his face whilst airborne?
  • Pros: The multiplayer can provide good times, though the campaign doesn't.
  • Cons: The sadistically awful freefall section littered with instant death moments.
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Killzone: Shadow Fall

EL33TONLINE
27 January 2014
  • Excerpt: Of all the Guerrilla Games titles I’ve played, I consider Killzone 3 to house the best, most well-paced singleplayer campaign, while the multiplayer additions and features of Killzone 2 continued to be the most focussed and fresh when they were introduced in that game.
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Expert Review

Original-Gamer
21 January 2014
  • Conclusion: The Killzone franchise, since the start of the first game, has been labeled by many as the “Halo Killer” or “Sony’s answer to Halo”. While it may not have been the “Halo Killer” that many called it, it did however become a favorite among the PlayStation fans becoming one of the best shoots on the system. The series had a simple premise: space Nazis, aka the Helghast, have invaded the Earth colony Vekta and you must stop it.
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Killzone: Shadow Fall

play.tm
15 January 2014

Beauty And The Beast

Game Debate
21 December 2013
  • Excerpt: If the term ‘mixed-bag’ hadn’t been invented yet, it’s precise meaning would have been defined forever more as ‘Killzone: Shadow Fall.’ As in, ‘the film was pretty funny but my god were the action sequences awful, it was a bit of a Killzone: Shadow Fall.
  • Pros: Awesome sound, At times stunning to look at, Satisfying combat
  • Cons: Repetitive levels, OWL not used enough, Not enough original ideas
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Killzone: Shadow Fall PS4 Review

About.com
17 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Killzone: Shadow Fall Image © Sony “Killzone: Shadow Fall” is a beautiful game. It’s what you use to show off your system if you want to impress your friends. And yet we know that won’t last. With games like “Thief” and “The Order: 1886” around the corner, there will be games that at least match and likely surpass this one in terms of visuals in the very near future. Once again, we’re left with a reminder that gameplay is what makes for titles that last.
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PS4 Review: Killzone: Shadow Fall

Video Games Reloaded
11 December 2013
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