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Post by Eorl @ 11:07am 23/02/13 | 3 Comments
While we begin the slow countdown until this year's E3 and the hopeful announcement of the PlayStation 4 pricing and release date, Late Night host Jimmy Fallon was able to get a hands on experience with upcoming next-gen title Killzone: Shadow Fall.

While Fallon isn't the greatest of console players - as seen by his funny but incapable way of killing enemies which includes shooting a wall - the playthrough shows a new look at the initial gameplay we saw at Sony's PS4 announcement, and definitely puts to bed rumours of it only being a pre-rendered demo.

You can check out the clip below which also features managing director and co-founder of Guerrilla Games Hermen Hulst plus comedian Anthony Anderson who also gets his hands on the demo.




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ravn0s
Posted 12:22pm 23/2/13
haha he's so bad
maRtz
Posted 12:27pm 23/2/13
this game looks awesome, but god damn, even if you're pro on consoles, it still looks so gumby. The AI looks dumb as f*** too.
Khel
Posted 02:03pm 23/2/13
While I generally don't like Jimmy Fallon, I like that hes always getting video game people on his show, I wanna see more of that! I mean, talk shows will interview directors and musicians and actors, why not game designers/developers?
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