Killzone 3's Infiltrators are a class apart. Camouflaging themselves, they mimic their opponents' identity to move unmolested through hostile territory. Then, when the pivotal moment presents itself, they break cover and wreak havoc on an unsuspecting enemy. Killzone 3 Smoke on the war ground, fire in his eyes Infiltrators …
I'm getting this and using Move
Quite soon, I played the multiplayer Beta - that was fun.
I will advise using and getting used to Move, on this game it is excellent, I noticed there was no mention in the review of Move. Pity as this is a USP on this game, it just works really well.
Also I will admit i prefer the Helgast to the ISA - it is those accents.
Why downvote me?
I have said nothing to annoy anyone.
So come on downvoter tell me why you downvoted me?
...an ISA sympathiser?
re: why downvote me
don't feed the troll
no, I am Spartacus!
It's interesting to hear the reviewer's opinion that the AI is dumb - many other reviews have presented the polar opposite - one in particular mentioned setting up bot vs bot matches and watching it play out. I'll be interested to see - mine arrived today! (my copy of Killzone 3, that is, not my artificial intelligence.)
Lets be honest
had it been an Xbox exclusive, it would have been a 95%, as thats how it works these days....
Nobody cares about OtherOS. At least not PS3 owners. The only people that care it seems are Xbox owners, which is pretty weird....
could it be because
XBox 360 exclusives are actually better?
Oh don't bother replying. I know that the only reason the great god Sony is failing is because Microsoft are buying support... yadda,,,, yadda... yadda
Or we could be looking at a genuinely held view of a game that isn't quite as good as it should have been. Which is also true of pretty much every game to have come out over the last year. Except for BBFC 2 which pretty much rocks.
Pass the werthers originals.
I agree that regardless of platform, an exclusive has the *potential* to be better in almost every way as each platform has specific features that can be taken advantage of better if cross platform compatibility isn't a concern.
But I personally have a distaste for anything that is an exclusive for no real reason - Halo 3 for example. 1 & 2 were released on PC and were both quite well received, I bought both and got very annoyed when MS decided I would have to buy a 360 if I wanted to play more.
GOW2 comes under the same category also.
You are 100% correct regarding BBFC2 - can't fault it, even if the singleplayer consisted of more cliché's than I can shake a stereotypical black sergeant (2 days from retirement) at.
As I've managed to get myself a PS3 I'll certainly be giving the second KZ a go, I quite liked the first back when I got in on PS2. I'll wait for the price to come down on this though - that aside the screenshots look properly good.
What do you mean no one cares?
FYI, I still run OtherOS, so that box is still unpatched.
But from the time Sony shafted us, I have *NOT* bought one Sony product or movie etc... So nope, I'll probably never really play this game, but no biggie.
So, yep, I care enough that I'm pissed off and am boycotting Sony.
If enough of us are, we'll probably make a small, but possibly tangible, dent in their profits. If not, I still get the satisfaction of not giving them money. Win-win.
It's no skin off my nose boycotting Sony stuff, it's not like I depend on them for a living or to enjoy myself. So, to those of you who have not considered this yet, do think about it.
(I would also similarly warn Apple to watch themselves - do NOT piss your customers off! Some have limits.)
Xbox exclusive ...
That's not how it works ... a very silly comment.
... an update to the British Board of Film Classification?
Some of us do care :(
I've been stuck with 3.15 for almost a year by now. I want to get the new games, but - just can't play 'em ... :(
BBC2 sounded plain daft.
It’s not Warhawk is it?
Spam grenade for luck.
Review is funny, too
Try and substitute words like 'war' with 'race', 'soldiers' with 'cars', etc.
All of the sudden it could be a review about a racing game. Or a platform game. Or any other game.
Come on -- the name of the game is Killzone. And you're complaining about the singular experience of having to kill other things hour after hour?
you didn't read that right
He's not complaining about having to kill things repeatedly, he's complaining about having to kill things in the same way repeatedly.
It's the corridor crawl that is the bad point, nothing else.
Apparently, there are a small number of scenarios which allow for different tactics (stealth, flanking), but these are too few compared to the rest, which is just wearing down the enemy before advancing to wear down the next batch.
Bad Boring Boated review BBB
Another sleep inducing game review from el reg.
I'm sorry reg guys but your reviews taste like a sandwich filled up with air.
and bear in mind that I own an Xbox, so I do not say this because I'm a Sony fanboy, (do not plan to own a PS3 until XBMC is ported to it)
[mummy] Why downvote me?
Anyone who cares enough to post just to complain about downvotes deserves them.
That isn't the point
Reading the first post - I cannot see anything contriversal, all they wanted to know is why a post was downvoted when there was no real reason.
Actually I think I know why - the Xbot army, they downvote any pro PS3 comments
Only reason to own a PS3 is because the games generally aren't available with better graphics for the PC. That said Sony has put out a remarkable amount of mediocre games such as this one this generation. They have also put out some lol epic fails like Lair.
Does seem rather a poor review
Killzone 2 was very well received so describing it the way this article did is ridiculous. It makes the article look like either the reviewer has an axe to grind or they didn't actually play the previous games.
What the hell is a British accent?
Is it Glaswegian or Cockney or Tyke or Scouse or South Wales or....
Do you by chance mean a posh English accent? If so, that is far from being synonymous with British.
Brit8ish as opposed to yanks
Ray Winstone & Malcolm McDowell are playing high up Helgans, yes that Ray Winstone.
'ave some of this...
...you ISA slaaags!
Staying in the Zone
The Reg reviewer has completely failed to mask their distaste for this style of game. The review reads as if Mr Bailey's initial response to the task was "Killzone THREE? They made another instalment of this crap?"
Killzone is an FPS, plain and simple. It's not an FPS which is trying to pretend it's an adventure game. It's got clearly defined targets, missions, processes and goals. They fit in with the storyline. Some people (myself included), like this level of focus and direction. I personally can't be bothered spending hours exploring/wandering about aimlessly (delete as appropriate) in the hope that I happen upon what I'm supposed to be doing to progress. Yes, it's fun discovering things, but not if that fun is only derived from a release from the ennui of trying to work out what it is that is to be discovered.
KZ2 was a phenomenal cinematic experience to play, and yet one which facilitated your way through the game efficiently. I've played the KZ3 demo, and I'm a bit disappointed that they've jacked up the lighting to COD's toytown level. Otherwise it's more of the same only more intense and with more weapons. It appeals to me, hence my positive feelings on it.
So, it's not that KZ3 is an awful game. It's not even that it's an awesome game. It's just that El Reg's reviewer couldn't stop himself from trashing the format and then trying to make his review fit his preconceived idea.
Playing it and enjoying it
Tescos for under £35 - no brainer really.
Well it is an enjoyable game, quite a few hints if you are not that good including the up arrow telling you where to go.
Graphics are good except there was some difficult to describe oddness with the sea.
I am about 3/4 of the way through.
The walker, the jetpack, the guns, Move support, Rico is a lot less irritating. Move ball glows Helghan goggle red.
A bit formulaic, a bit on rails (few alternate routes), some of the cut scenes could have been played.
Move plays brilliantly, a lot easier than DS3 on KZ2 and you don't get controller confusion with other games.
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