The first one was infamously dubbed a Halo-killer. The second gave the PlayStation faithful something impressive to hang on to when pickings were slim in the FPS genre. And Killzone 3 remains one of the only games that truly delivered on the promise of 3D gaming, layering its graphics so that it looked like you playing through a sci-fi diorama of death.
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Last week, Guerrilla Games released a report on the studio's PlayStation 4 reveal demonstration, which had people playing a real-time demo of the new Killzone game. It's mostly super-technical, but there's still enough interesting stuff in there for regular folk to get something out of.
This week, Sony announced a new experiment in free-to-play gaming coming to the Playstation Network, in their most recent Blogcast podcast.
Now that Killzone 3 players can get online and kill each other once again, Guerrilla Games and Sony gives them incentive to do so in the form of a double XP weekend running now through 10AM UK time Monday morning.
With two different ways to play and a special peripheral specifically designed for motion control, Sony spokes model Kevin Butler couldn't cover all of Killzone 3 in just one ad, so he did two.
The Commando helps people lose weight on The Biggest Loser. I don't really know if he is a real commando. He looks hard, I guess. Today, however, he's being relatively friendly - inviting people to enter a competition for Killzone 3. The Prize? The chance to fly to Sydney and play Killzone 3 in 3D before its release.
Originally scheduled to hit today, the multiplayer beta for Killzone 3, Guerrilla Games says, will now hit on Thursday, February 3 at 10am PST (5am AEDT). But cheer up, they're giving away 60 Killzone 3 Limited Helghast Editions to make up for the delay.