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Killzone - PlayStation 2

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
267 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100

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Killzone is a squad-based, first-person shooter, set in the near future during a period of planetary colonization. Drawing inspiration from classical military conflicts of the 20th century, Killzone demonstrates a unique graphical style that captures the grit and realism of intense military warfare.

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  • ASIN: B00020LZAW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,365 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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126 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Unlucky Frank on November 22, 2004
Format: Video Game
Yeah, sometimes the AI is stupid and sometimes the game doesn't move as fast as some people would like. But to me, KILLZONE is FPS (first person shooter) GOLD. It reminds me of the first TENCHU game. People said it was rough and unpolished, but it turned out to be one of the most amazing gameplay experiences I've ever had. The TENCHU series went downhill from there with analog controls and never lived up to the original. So don't wait for the second KILLZONE hoping there will be big improvements. You may be missing out. Don't listen to professional or jaded Amazon critics. People are just too picky. There are too many game geeks who don't like certain games because they don't live up to the expectations of some other game. Be fair. I don't care if KILLZONE is a HALO killer. IT'S NOT. And I don't care if this game pushes the PS2 to the limits of the hardware. IT DOES. To me, it's all about the gameplay. And I haven't been this immersed in a FPS since playing MEDAL OF HONOR FRONTLINE. THIS GAME SMOKES AND IT LOOKS HEAVY METAL PSYCHO!! BUT BE PREPARED TO DIE A FEW TIMES.

I still play FRONTLINE so it took me a little time to get a handle on the controls. All movement for KILLZONE, like RED FACTION, is done via both analog sticks including side-to-side movement, which is actually more intuitive than the shoulder buttons utilized by FRONTLINE. After some practice with the controls all hell broke loose and those Helghast troops were dropping like flies. Occasionally I throw a grenade when I mean to sidestep enemy fire. Oops. One of the BEST features is the SENSITIVITY SETTING for X and Y axis, or up-and-down and side-to-side movement, which can be adjusted ingame in the ADVANCED SETTINGS during PAUSE.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By E. Bartoszak on August 22, 2004
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I along with probably 10 thousand others are beta testing this game right now, and I'm here to tell you it kicks butt. It's been dubbed the "Halo-Killer", but that name doesn't do it justice. It's simply not comparable to Halo. Killzone is a FPS, which I'm sure you already know the storyline so I won't get into that. The weapons range from regular handguns to machine guns to missle launchers. When you fire off any of these there's this realism to it, the sound, the kick of the gun, it's just brilliant. This game is very gritty. The colors aren't bright and obnoxious, they actually make you feel like you're in a possible warzone. The control is tight, comparable to other FPS.

The one thing me and many others have commented about already is how severly addictive this game is. Get online, join an ISA team or Helghast team and just try to put the controller down. Wether you're in a deathmatch or another form of play, you simply can't stop playing. So good. I'll definitely pick this up when it comes for PS2, and I advise you do the same if your a FPS gamer.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Corey R. Barcus on November 18, 2004
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Having seen the average reviews in the various game magazines (both on-line and in print), I was not expecting too much, though I felt compelled to check it out because of the incredible art design that was evident in the demo. I was led to believe that this game occasionally looked pretty good, but the game-play was pretty standard as far as FPS's go. I'm in my mid-thirties, and started playing FPS's when Castle Wolfenstein came out so many years ago. Having only played a little of both Halo and Halo 2 (both of which do not particularly interest me), I can't make a fair comparison, so I won't bother. I only played the game on "Hard", and I recommend turning off "auto-reload" in your options. I did not play Killzone long enough on-line to make a fair assessment, so I'll only cover the single-player game.

To begin, the art design is simply incredible, and is easily among the best that I've ever seen in a game. The level of detail is simply astounding, and the rich environments really create a sense of time and place. It seems that an awful lot of effort was put into thinking about how everything in the environment has a logical place in this virtual universe. On the downside, the presentation of this environment is marred by an unsteady frame-rate (10-15 fps as a guess in some cases) and plenty of fogging- neither of which significantly affect the game-play.

I found the game-play to be rather innovative precisely because of two things: long reload times and the ability to sprint for short periods of time. You cannot fire or reload while sprinting, so this ability is used primarily for running out in the open while you are trying to reach some cover. This can make for some incredibly intense moments as you make a mad dash to get out of range of grenades and machine guns.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dylan Burton on November 17, 2004
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This was unexpected. I had been reading about this game for some time, and I didn't know it was coming out before the end of the year. Now I also have a xbox and yes I did pick up halo 2. I was a bit upset with halo 2. It didn't feel like much was changed. I pay a lot of attention to the story of the game, and halo 2 was a little bit of a repeat. With killzone I got what I was looking for. There are frantic fights on every level of this game. A lot of skill and patience are needed. Each playable character (4 total) has a different style. One is the basic soldier. The only woman is good with percision and accuracy. Another is a crazy all-out-war nut with high powered wepons that rip through the enemys, and the last is a spy that use the enemys wepons with higher accuracy. All in all, I love this game. I dont have a network adapter, so I can't participate in the online experience, But another thing this game has that halo doesn't is the ability to play bots, or A.I. so if you want to play one of the many multiplayer games, you dont need to have another person. Just play it. You'll see what I'm talking about
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