Summary: This is a very fun game in general but the makers decided to make up for the otherwise very short game by making some parts needlessly difficult and completely annoying. Since you have to keep repeating to kill the last 2 bosses, you end up spending a lot of time "playing it". Like the previous poster, a game shouldn't be too easy but it shouldn't be so hard, either, that makes it unenjoyable and irritating.
Summary: Ok I don't need to delve much into the good part of the game. Goods: 1. Great graphics (For PSP platform) 2. Great sound 3. Loved the Third person over-the-top view, makes you more aware of the battlefield 4. Great use of having a limited ability feature (Makes you think and pick up the most suitable options) Bads: (Reason I gave it 3 stars) 1. The game might prove to be a bit tough for non-seasoned gamers 2.
Summary: The aiming controls could have been a lot better for this game and another thing, Why isnt this game in First-person like the original killzone? If it was in first person, i would be a whole lot happier. Im only on level 4 on easy mode and i cant beat this part because the are helghan commandos and as tank shooting at me at the same time! Maybe im not trying hard enough but the game could be a lot better! There arent even Bots in multiplayer!
Summary: I really did enjoy this game but the whole experiece took no more than 2 days to complete all situations, levels, and all collectible monies. I do realize that now I'm suppose to find other gamers to go online and connect with to get to other levels... but that is just not my situation. I purchased this entire system for long trips and filling dead time in a busy day. I would avoid this game if you are looking for a good, challenging, and fun sigle player game.
Summary: I could not wait to get this game in the mail, as the reviews seemed pretty good, but it does not live up to the hype. I really wanted to like it, but the targeting is so touchy that you basically have to run directly at the enemy to get a lock on them, exposing yourself in the open. Also there are too many times where an enemy is unseen offscreen, yet he sees you and kills you as soon as you get in his sight.
Killzone: Liberation - Smashing Helghast in a challenging and frustrating way
D. McClory "d.", amazon.co.uk
31 December 2009
Summary: Killzone Liberation is a solid attempt to bring the second instalment of the Killzone franchise onto the PSP. It's an entertaining game, bravely breaking away from the FPS mode of the original PS2 game in favour of a top down shooter that utilises the functions of the PSP more successfully. Graphics are standard quality, not as impressive as some later PSP games, and the controls can be tricky to the point of frustrating to start with.