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.
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...
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