Killzone 2 Review

Hello there and welcome to The Backlog, a check out some older computer game that I’& rsquo; m finally navigating to playing. Right here on the debut edition we’& rsquo; ll be having a look at Killzone 2, the 2009 follow-up to the Playstation 2 hit Killzone and also the PSP installment, Killzone: Freedom.

The video game starts with one of the best introduction video I’& rsquo; ve ever seen on a video game. The leader of the Helghast, Emperor Scolar Visari is making an impassioned speech to individuals of Helghan regarding the coming ISA invasion. As the electronic camera pans back from Visari’& rsquo; s encounter to reveal a television display being enjoyed by 2 of our main characters, Rico as well as Sev(our playable hero), before going back to Visari as his speech heightens, calling for the Helgans to protect their world to the bitter, bloody end.

From right here we most likely to the start menu where you can choose solitary player campaign, multiplayer, etc & hellip;

My net sucks, so no multiplayer for me. But thankfully, the single player project was very strong to claim the least. The graphics are premium quality with some really nice cinematics as well as cut scenes. The gameplay is quite uncomplicated and also easy to pick up and play. And the sound as well as tale are quite darn good in addition to you blast your method towards the Helgan capital in hopes of recording Visari. You can’& rsquo; t request for much more from a shooter. Oh, and it leads in to Killzone 3 extremely perfectly also.

I very recommend this ready anybody that is much more behind in their pc gaming than I am and also has not played it yet. Really little was lacking from this game.

Killzone 2 obtains a 4 out of 5: EXCELLENT.


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