Summary: This games is really fun. I really like the missions and weapons, however, there are some problems. The first problem is that whenever you get to a checkpoint and turn off the game you don't restart at the checkpoint but at the beginning of the mission. Another thing is that your soldier can't jump which can get really annoying sometimes. The last problem is that some levels are really hard, for example: you soldier has to fight a tank with only a rocket launcher.
Summary: Bought Liberation and was impressed with how well the graphics held up, in game play and story mode. Original First Person View is better but controls are easy to adjust to. Overall Good Game.
Summary: i like the game for the price,, the game itself is not all that to my liking but i mainly got it because i want to begin collecting killzone games and stuff or mostly just games because i like the storylines and gameplay the game works the only thing that yu could complain about is the case,, the case doesnt close on the top part because a plastic nub thing is broken but its all good i dont care much about that anyway not an entirely bad game,, i just hoped that i would...
Summary: Killzone? On the PSP? Really? An FPS on a tiny, handeheld system with no second analogue stick? I had my doubts. I mean, I didn't much care for the original Killzone on the PS2. Still, I gave it a try, mostly because at this time, the PSP didn't have too many games on the shelves. First of all, it is not an FPS. It's a top-down shooter. Which is okay, I was dreading an FPS.
Prepare to have a quite a fight on (and in) your hands.
4 March 2010
Summary: Killzone Liberation is a action packed shooter with an overhead, isometric perspective. There’s plenty of guns spread out across the game. You start with your standard ISA assault rifle. Along the way you’ll come across the enemy Helghast assault rifle, revolvers, shot-guns, missile launchers, chain-guns, & more. There are also secondary weapons available. These include grenades, smoke grenades, & mines.