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- Award-winning multiplayer mode returns with an even more robust feature set
- 100% PlayStation Move compatibility throughout the game
- New compelling features like: a new brutal melee system, the ability to carry 2 primary weapons and increased vehicle gameplay
- Face off against new Helghast enemies armed with more powerful weapons and abilities
- Full 3D compatibility takes immersion to new heights, delivering a 'boots-on-the-ground' experience like no other
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Killzone 3 is the fourth release overall in the PlayStation 3 exclusive first-person shooter franchise, and contains the first integration of the PlayStation Move system into its gameplay. In it players continue the fight by a futuristic special ops team against the seemingly unstoppable Helghast Empire. Along the way players will learn more than ever before about the rabid Helghan culture, as well as become aware of an internal struggle in their ranks that may prove to be an important weakness. The game features full Playstation Move system integration throughout the game -- including the Move and Navigational controllers. Additional features include: the ability to carry two primary weapons, new melee and jet pack functionality and online multiplayer support.
Continue the Fight Against the Helghast
Visari, the leader of the Helghast is gone, but the war is far from over. Helghast forces have mounted a devastating counterattack, prompting the ISA (Interplanetary Strategic Alliance) evacuation of planet Helghan. As new Helghast battalions appear, armed with more powerful weapons, ISA forces find themselves outmanned, outgunned and surrounded. Players of Killzone 3 will need to learn more about their enemy and use new tools to continue the fight.
PlayStation Move integration into Killzone 3 is one of these new tools. Although the DualShock 3 controller is of course supported, the two controllers of the PlayStation Move system (Move and Navigational) are also usable at every stage of the game. Use the Motion Controller as a site for your weapon and pointer that changes your view of the horizon onscreen, while the Navigational controller provides movement as well as auto-aiming functionality. The sensitivity of the Move controller can be altered via the game's setting menu. With a subtle gesture the Move Motion controller can also reload a weapon, pick up items and ammo on the battlefield, as well as unleash a brutal melee attack within close range of an enemy. Additional features of the game as a whole include: the ability to carry two primary weapons in addition to your piston and knife, jet pack functionality seen in earlier games, fully destructible environments and online multiplayer support.
PlayStation Move offers a new and innovative gaming experience for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) system by fusing realistic, high-definition gaming along with accurate, intuitive control. Consisting of PlayStation Move motion controller, the PlayStation Eye camera and the optional PlayStation Move Navigational controller, the PlayStation Move controller system enables sophisticated motion control and immersive gameplay only possible on PlayStation 3.
The PlayStation Eye camera is an integral part of PlayStation Move experience. The camera tracks the sphere of the Move motion controller in your hands to accurately read your every move. Crouch behind cover, or dodge an incoming attack - your movements will be accurately captured in-game. The camera has a fast frame rate for pristine video quality. It also has built-in microphones so that you can chat about strategies with other players, give in-game commands, or set up a private conversations with up to six friends.
Move Motion Controller
The cornerstone of the PlayStation Move system, the PlayStation Move motion controller combines advanced motion sensors, a dynamic color changing sphere, vibration feedback, and an easy-to-use button interface to provide the ultimate in motion-based gaming. Equipped with a three axis gyroscope, a three axis accelerometer and terrestrial magnetic field sensor, the PlayStation Move motion controller registers your precise movements by noting the angle of the controller in real-time and in 3D space via a constant connection to the PlayStation Eye camera. Highly sensitive movement tracking can be accurately traced back to the game, allowing intuitive gameplay as if the player is within the game. The PlayStation Move also features the familiar PlayStation controller button orientation, for seamless play from the very first use.
Move Navigational Controller
The PlayStation Move Navigation controller is a supplementary controller developed to further expand the experience that PlayStation Move games can offer. It can be used in most PlayStation Move games that require navigating an in-game character as it replicates the control features of the left side of DualShock 3 or Sixaxis wireless controllers into one's PlayStation Move experience. The PlayStation Move Navigation controller adds an analog stick, directional buttons and two face buttons into the PlayStation Move's control scheme. In addition, the Move Navigation controller contains the L1 button, L2 button and L3 button for actions and commands common in advanced gaming.
Key Game Features
- Epic single player campaign with a gripping storyline and intense action
- Battle your way through huge, diverse environments from alien jungles to harsh arctic vistas shown in incredible graphic detail
- Face off against new, relentless Helghast enemies armed with more powerful weapons and abilities
- Full 3D compatibility takes immersion to new heights, delivering a "boots-on-the-ground" experience like no other
- Award-winning multiplayer mode returns, with added game modes, new vehicle gameplay, brutal close combat system, more powerful weapons, and a more accessible experience
- New brutal melee system lets you get "up close and personal" with Helghast enemies for even more intense combat
- Increased vehicle gameplay, including aerial combat action with ISA Intruders and jet packs
Brutal melee functionality.
Intense action & storyline.
Top Customer Reviews
GAMEPLAY - Single Player
If you played Killzone 2, better yet... the KZ3 SP demo you know what to expect. I actually found the controls of the final product smoother than the demo. There was more response to the aiming and I even had to turn down my sensitivity from what I had been playing the demo at. The campaign of the game easily spans about 6-8 hours or did so for me, which is far better than the 4-5 hrs some review sites were claiming. They either rushed through the game or played it on Easy (which is no fun, you feel like a god on Easy mode) Combat is fast yet smooth with the enemy AI being quite smart in how it combats you. You can see there was a very high polish put into the Helghast AI as they will consistently take cover, blind fire and work to create flanking setups on you. If you played through Killzone 2's campaign KZ3 has a similar setup to how it progresses(cutscene, tons of combat/action, cutscene... rinse and repeat) The gameplay gets changed up consistently. You can go from ground n' pound style to suddenly on a tank turret back to ground pounding then suddenly in a mech then flying a jetpack etc.Read more ›
So I've pretty much blown every whistle and rung every bell Sony's including with this game (the only thing I haven't tried is the offline co-op). Here's what I thought of the entire thing:
Online Multiplayer. It's incredibly fun. Using the Move controller gives you better accuracy, which usually lands me in first or second place. It almost feels like cheating, but this is the direction Sony took.
Single player campaign. Ignore the bitter critics who are crying because they didn't get a chance to play it in 3D or they're rendered incapable of praising any FPS that doesn't star Master Chief or have someone Calling for Duty. This is in the top 10 best FPS titles ever made. Its set-pieces are similar to early Lucas or Spielberg movies in how EPIC they are. Think Raiders of the Lost Ark or any of the first 3 Star Wars' films. It's a really well put together game with more jaw-dropping moments than the last 3 Halos combined.
The Move Controls. They work better than you could imagine. They work better than the dualshock itself. It's the closest you're going to come to the keyboard/mouse experience on a console, without literally using a keyboard and mouse on a console. Very accurate. Very fun to play.
The graphics. Pure awesomeness. Thought Killzone 2 looked good? This one looks better.Read more ›
The multiplayer mode has amazing maps, and several different classes to choose from. This is so different from games like COD because you can actually choose how you want to play the game. Do you want to infiltrate the other team and trick them into believing you are one of them? Or is healing people more your style? Well you can do either, plus much more!
Also, if you have slow internet or just don't like playing online, it also has a botzone mode, which is essentially an offline multiplayer where you compete with AI Bots. This mode is a great way to explore maps and decide which class is your favorite! Buy this game! You won't regret it!
The graphics are top notch and top what was done in the second game, incredible in itself considering K2 was one of the best looking games in the market. One thing is for sure- you won't find a better looking FPS out there. And yes, Crysis 2 is pretty but the level of detail on K3 just takes the game to a completely different level.
Control is spot on with both a dual shock and Move. I was pleasantly surprised about the latter. I didn't think I was able to pull accurate shots as easily but I was wrong. Move implementation makes playing the game excellent.
Multiplayer has seen an evolution from K2 that makes the challenge even more entertaining. The skill ladder allows for newcomers to rank up right away, while allowing experienced players to have further rewards for the time they put into it.
The story has received some criticism, but those comments are misleading. The reality is that the story in K3 is just as good as K2's. What it means is that it is far better than most of the FPS's out there but not as dramatic as an Uncharted 2 or Heavy Rain. Of course, those two games are very tall orders to beat. Killzone 3's story is good and even more compelling than K2's as it was a great idea to focus on what happened after the events of the latter with a small ISA force stranded in Helhgan and going from bad to worse. The acting is good and even Rico is more appealing this time around.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
too arcade-ish shoot-em-up for me. no complex plot, no complex recoil, just point and shoot at evil Nazi-esque quasi-stormtroopery baddies. gets boring quick. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Matthew A. Comchoc
I enjoyed playing this game. I like how futuristic it is. I mostly played the story, I did a little multiplayer but not enough to give an extensive review. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Chris
kinda short story. but one of the few motion games theyve made.Published 18 days ago by marc wesley carey