Summary: The first thing I noticed about Killzone was, what I feel is, a great amount of detail in the environments. You're only in any specific area for a short period of time, yet there's so much in each area. It wasn't a bland and empty space with a couple of neatly placed desks, or vehicles.
Summary: There are a few technical aspects that may turn off some gamers. 1.Horrible A.I. 2.Pop-up issues 3.Rag doll physics However the game is fun for the most part, and I love the grainy textured graphics, making it seem more real and is nicer to look at than plain flat polygon surfaces (which some seem...
Summary: This game was awesome! 1st person shooters rock! The action sequences are great and very realistic and the game is really challenging on the easiest level!I'm an avid gamer and I found this game to be just spectacular! At one point in the game, I was in a shoot out for about 30 minutes!
Summary: It's pretty fun to play, the AI enemies all look similar though, and they repeat the same few lines way too much for the length of the game, but it is solid and enjoyable overall. "We need support!" "Scatter, grenade!" "We need support!" "Scatter, grenade!" "We need support!" "Scatter, grenade!
Summary: Killzone may have tried to do too much with too little hardware power (or so many say). Regardless, it wasn't all that impressive of a FPS to me when compared to the other options available about that time, but Killzone 2 and on have been excellent games!
Excerpt: DISCLAIMER: The reviewer never owned a Playstation 2, and as such the technical scores listed above may be skewed. The control and gameplay scores, however, are based on his feelings having played only Playstation 3 games.
Summary: Well, I realize this game is certainly dated for a number of reasons, but I'm still going to review it fairly based on the year it came out and the dated PS2 platform. I didn't get in to the Killzone series until Killzone 2.