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.
Few video games deal with the touchy subject of religion seriously. When they do, they often deal with the more fantastical outlying bits of different faith systems, like last year's Dante's Inferno, or the upcoming El Shaddai: Rise of the Metatron. Rarely do we see games that hunker down and deal with real questions of faith and the questions that surround faith.
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.
In first-person shooter Killzone 3, the Helghast are the gas-mask wearing baddies. Cloaked in black and with glowing eyes, you wouldn't want to meet one on the street. And in Munich, Germany, you won't.
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.