Excerpt: Killzone: Liberation follows immediately after the events of its PS2 predecessor. Liberation suffers from a poor, linear story but makes up for it with excellent gameplay. The Helghast, led by General Armin Metrac are trying to strengthen their positions on Vekta after their heavy defeat in the...
Excerpt: I'm When I first heard that Killzone was being brought
to the PSP, I immediately thought, “Oh great - another FPS that
shouldn’t be on a handheld!” As time went on, screenshots trickled in,
proving that this would not be the case.
Excerpt: When Killzone was in development for the PlayStation 2, members of the media were quick to label it the Halo-killer, tough expectations to be sure. Even though the title didn't quite live up to that billing, Sony thought enough of developer Guerilla's futuristic vision to showcase it when they...
Summary: As a shooter, Killzone: Liberation, lands a direct hit. The game blends shooting, adventure, dungeon crawling and elements of real time strategy in addition to a co-op and numerous multi-player modes.
Excerpt: Burdening a game with the label of “Killer” is a huge moniker to live up to and, of course, brings with it a ton of expectations. This was certainly the case for Killzone , which had the dubious honor of being labeled Sony’s “ Halo -Killer” almost from the time it was announced.
Excerpt: In the videogame industry, it's a little strange (but not unheard of) to create a sequel for a game that no one liked that much in the first place. More unusual than that are direct sequels to console titles appearing on handhelds, or games that completely change the style of play found in the...
Summary: This is a game that provides a great deal of intense shooting action, with tough enemy opponents that don't lie down and die easily. While the challenge does mean you're going to die an awful lot, you won't have to backtrack much.
Excerpt: The Killzone franchise goes portable, and - at the time of this game's release - in lieu of anything much more than a whisper relating to the PS3 follow-up to Sony's hit 2004 shoot-em-up/combat game, we get a rather different handheld instalment.