Killzone Liberation (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Sony PSP games
Description:Genre: Shooter / Published by: Sony
Newest Review: ... second game. The story is the same as always; the Nazi-like Helghast are trying to enslave humanity, and you must attempt to ... more
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Customer Killzone Liberation (PSP) Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 3 readings)
I must admit that I wasn't overly fond of the original Killzone for the PS2, but upon playing the excellent Killzone 2 for the PS3, I decided to revisit the series, and in this stead gave the rather good Killzone: Liberation for the PSP a go. The format has been changed somewhat though, and this is in fact a 3rd person shooter, aiming to bridge the gap between the first and second game. The story is the same as always; the Nazi-like Helghast are trying to enslave humanity, and you must attempt to stop them. Control-wise, things are surprisingly good for a PSP game. It's quite intuitive, but sadly there's no option to bind the controls as you like. To combat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/08 (Very useful, 46 readings)
A continuation of the PS2 Killzone experience, Killzone Liberation takes place two months after and still has you fighting for your life against a seemingly endless number of Helghast troops. You play as Templar and in this installment, while wasting Helghast as you go along, your main objective is to rescue hostages held by the Helghast General, Metrac. For a PSP game, the graphics look phenomenal. It really goes to show how capable the system is and it's even more impressive when you look at it for yourself. Combined with a new camera that lets you play a more strategic based role in taking down the Helghast, Killzone Liberation is a real breath of fresh ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/08, updated on 18/11/08 (Useful, 16 readings)
I picked up this game to continue from the Killzone game on Playstation 2. The game is very good and has some fantastic gameplay experiences. The graphics are very good and some of the best on the PSP system. The sound is very good. The games doesn't experience any slowdown and has very easy controls to master. However, the game is a little hard so isn't for everyone. The camera is very good enabling you to always see the action. The cover system is very easy to use and will save you many times. The game starts 2 months after Killzone and you will fight for your life against the Helghast troops. You play as Templar and you have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
Killzone liberation is a follow-on from Killzone on the ps2 and nothing of the killzone experience has been lost. The story goes as the helghast launching another attack on the ISA home planet and you (played as Jan Templar) are sent in as a special forces agent to try and eliminate Metrac, the helghast emperor. The graphics are quite amazing for the psp system, and the gameplay is consistantly fluid. I found it to be very addictive mainly due to the scale of the maps and variety of enemies. The controls are well managed and implimented on the psp system, perhaps a tad tricky to start with but easy to get used to. The only thing that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/10 (Useful, 6 readings)
This is the second installment in the Killzone franchise, the first being a PS2 title, which in all honesty failed to meet up to the hype that surrounded its release. It comes as a pleasant surprise then, that this installment is a vastly superior game than the original. The first one was a bug-ridden, cumbersome first person shooter that was enjoyable but the flaws were all too obvious. This time around, the action is viewed from a top down perspective, and the missions are kept short and simple, perfect for a mobile gaming platform. Conrols are easy to pick up- it only takes 10 or so minutes of playing through the excellent introductory mission to really ... Read the complete review
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