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Killzone 3
Killzone 3

PlayStation 3
Genre: First Person Shooter Players: 1 to 4 (2 to 16 Online)
Developer: Guerrilla Games
Publisher: Sony Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
24th February 2011
Killzone 3

Genre: First Person Shooter
Players: 1 to 4 (2 to 16 Online)
Developer: Guerrilla Games
Publisher: Sony
Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
24th February 2011
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Tuesday, 22 February 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:38pm 22/02/11 | 17 Comments
It's easy to lose sight of the developers or series who spend more time in development or rotation than a year; like some seasonal sports game. Killzone is one such franchise - a first-person shooter that shares retail space with the likes of Call of Duty or Battlefield, but tries to differentiate itself as best it can.

Killzone 3 is one of the prettiest games you'll play this generation. It also has addictive multiplayer, and even 3D if you're capable of utilising it. It's just that with all of this, it still steers clear of being more than it really can be, even after exploring such possibilities this time around. In short the series needs to stop being such a tease...

Click here for the full review.
Friday, 8 October 2010
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 08:57am 08/10/10 | 0 Comments
PS3 owners still not sure about signing up to Sony's PlayStation Plus service (essentially their paid online service ala Xbox Live), might want to think again if Killzone 3 is a game clearly marked in your sights.

By way of the PlayStation Blog, Guerrilla Games revealed a beta for the game's multiplayer component would commence from October 25 to put it through "rigorous testing", however, access is pretty limited as you need to be a Plus Subscriber and even then it's a tough one to sign up for. If you get in, you're required to "[provide] honest gameplay feedback, report bugs and glitches, and help test our network code in real-world scenarios". Rigorous indeed.

"On October 19th, an exclusive Killzone 3 XMB Theme will appear in the Plus section of the PlayStation Store," Killzone community editor, Victor Zuylen wrote. "The first 10,000 Plus subscribers to download this theme (5,000 SCEA Plus subscribers and 5,000 SCEE Plus subscribers) will receive access to the Public Beta Trial."

We also have a new trailer for Killzone 3 right here.
Wednesday, 18 August 2010
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:24pm 18/08/10 | 0 Comments
GamesCom has also finally lifted the lid on the multiplayer component of Killzone 3; showing off the game's frenetic action, stunning visuals and extra cool perks.

So alongside the normal run and gun style play, looks like the game-world in multiplayer will be even more interactive with a glimpse at some mech action, along with a no-brainer, but a goodie nonetheless, jetpacks. There's also quick glimpses of climbing behind mounted turrets and some very cool melee animations and deaths. Unfortunately that's about the extent of what we know is on offer after this trailer, but with my hands-on with it at E3, and this, I'm going to be all over Killzone 3 when it releases next year.

Check it out below, or download it right here.

Thursday, 15 July 2010
Post by Dan @ 03:11pm 15/07/10 | 0 Comments
It's a few weeks on now, but that's not going to stop the last few bits of our E3 coverage from trickling out. Up today, you can check out our video interview with Guerrilla Games' Producer Steven Ter Heide talking about the hotly anticipated PlayStation 3 exclusive shooter Killzone 3.

Steven discusses in-depth how the third game will improve on some of the criticisms of Killzone 2 and touches on some of the challenges in making the game 3D compatible (for those fortunate enough to own a 3D-capable display).

Click here for the full interview in both video and textual form.
Monday, 28 June 2010
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:37pm 28/06/10 | 5 Comments
E3 was many things this year, if not one gigantic big tech demo, and one of the main players in presenting new entertainment ideas and concepts was Killzone 3, which was arguably one of the best looking games on the floor (if not the best), and hoisting the 3D flag to boot.

The clear winner here was Sony, with such a flagship title, and while the industry as a whole was somewhat critical of Guerrilla's last effort (me included), they've absolutely addressed it all here. We have an interview for this baby coming soon, but in the meantime check out our hands-on preview.
Tuesday, 15 June 2010
Post by trog @ 08:25am 15/06/10 | 2 Comments
Actually had this up yesterday but wasn't able to post it due to being in a state of near-catatonic depression as a result of a certain football match that took place yesterday morning. Uh, anyway. Fresh from E3 comes the Killzone 3 trailer, showing off some gameplay from the lightly anticipated PlayStation exclusive shooter:
The story begins where Killzone®2 left off, with Visari, the vicious Helghast dictator, lying dead at the feet of Special Forces soldiers Sev and Rico. The battle may have been won but the war is far from over. Visari’s death has left behind a world of political scheming, infighting and outright murder. Meanwhile his parting gift, a nuclear bomb detonated in Phyruss, the Helghan Capital, has decimated the ISA invasion force. With no re-enforcements and supplies quickly running out, you must now fight against ruthless Helghast war machine alone.
Download or stream, or you can watch it embedded below.