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Killzone 3 Collectors Edition
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- Country of origin: South Africa Dispatched within 10 working days depending on supplier
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Continuing from Killzone 2, players find Emperor Visari, the viscious dictator of the Helghast, dead at the feet of Sev and Rico. However this war is far from won. In the wake of Visari's death, Helghan has devolved into a world of political scheming, rapid infighting, and murder. Now, the two most powerful men on Helghan are fighting for complete and utter dominance while Visari’s vision of Helghan is in jeopardy. With limited supplies and no re-enforcements, the ISA must now fight not to win a war, but to survive a lost one.
- Special Features:
- Comes in “SteelBook” packaging and includes a PlayStation®Network voucher code that:
Unlocks all weapons and abilities for your first 24 hours of multiplayer gameplay.
Lets you rise through the ranks faster by earning experience points at twice the normal rate for your first 24 hours of multiplayer gameplay.
Gives you 3 unlock points to use on any weapon or ability you want.
Also includes the Retro Map Pack with two maps from Killzone®2
An exclusive Killzone®3 dynamic theme The Killzone®3 soundtrack
Pros: + Amazing Graphics + Great game play + The guns feel great to use + Variety + Amazing online and offline multi player + Split Screen Co-op + Enjoyable story + Good Voice acting and AMAZING score + No install or long load times Cons: - Single Player campaign isn't long enough - Cut Scenes are intrusive and pop up as you are just getting warmed up - Certain sections have too few enemies - No incentive to explore. Collectibles from the first game are gone - Ammo crates are everywhere. You never have to worry about lack of ammo again. Ever. All in all I enjoyed this game but I have to say that I think Guerrilla games took a few steps back. There are no sections where you stay in character as the story progresses. You are always forced to a cut scene. And boy do those cut scenes jump in ALL the time. You can barely get in to a level before one crops up. The worst thing is you just wish there was more of the single player to play. But it is a great game. I loved it. Going for a 3rd play through. But this is not the improvement from KZ2 that I was hoping for.
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