Congratulates Sony Santa Monica
At this point we all know that Sony's first party studios have great relationships with one another, sharing tech and support whenever they can. In particular, Horizon: Zero Dawn and Killzone developer Guerrilla Games is always quick to react to a new game's launch, and the Dutch studio's done it again with the...
We already knew, of course
Long before loot boxes and horse armour, there was a different kind of gaming scandal engaging forum goers: was the Killzone 2 reveal trailer real or not? E3 2005 was a different time for the industry, with Sony’s hubris about to bite it in the buttocks, and the whispers behind-the-scenes were that the PlayStation 3 was...
Try not ter Heide away
Killzone: Shadow Fall director and Guerrilla Games veteran Steven ter Heide has departed the Dutch developer after 12 years. In addition to leading production on the PlayStation 4 launch title, ter Heide also recently worked on both Horizon: Zero Dawn and RIGS: Mechanized Combat League, so he’s got quite the portfolio. It...
Guerrilla Games releases its own artwork
Awww, isn't this just lovely? As reported yesterday, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt Red congratulated Guerrilla Games over Twitter, following the successful launch of Horizon: Zero Dawn. The Polish studio posted a rather nice drawing of Geralt and Aloy high-fiving each other, and now, the Dutch...
As far as we're concerned, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Horizon: Zero Dawn are two of the best open world titles on the market. Both of them offer settings that are just begging to be explored and are dripping with detail - the kind of virtual worlds that suck you in and refuse to spit you back out. Both games have rightfully been praised...
Hideo Kojima has been chatting about Death Stranding and Guerrilla Games' Decima Engine, as he tends to do every couple of months or so. In an interview with the PlayStation Blog, the auteur has revealed that he believes the aforementioned Dutch developer's Decima Engine technology to be a "league ahead" of everyone else, and that's...
Mech it count
It's been said a million times before, but Horizon: Zero Dawn is a visual marvel. Its world looks so lush and vibrant, but it's the level of detail that probably impresses us most. More specifically, we've always been blown away by the designs of the game's robot dinosaurs. Admittedly, it does seem like a difficult concept to screw...
Guerrilla gameplay stream underway
Dutch dev Guerrilla Games is currently streaming live Horizon: Zero Dawn gameplay, which has naturally caused us to panic and throw together this article. The studio's promising new footage, and last week, it teased on social media that it may be trying to tackle powerful enemies with a low-level Aloy. It should be...
And it's now called Decima
The mystery surrounding Death Stranding's engine has finally been revealed: it'll run on Guerrilla Games' proprietary software. The tech, which is also being used for Horizon: Zero Dawn, has now been given an official name: Decima. It's the latest version of the engine that previously powered the Killzone games. This...
Old orange eyes
Even though Dutch developer Guerrilla Games is hard at work on PlayStation 4 exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn, good guy director Herman Hulst has told Game Informer that the studio won't rule out the possibility of producing more Killzone games in the future. Hulst's comments come as no real surprise given the Killzone franchise's...
Mech-mounting! Dialogue Trees! Crafting!
Guerrilla's new IP, Horizon: Zero Dawn, seems to look better each time that we see it. In the latest gameplay trailer, we see our protagonist, Aloy, traversing a gorgeous valley, taking care of a few robo-dinos along the way. We get to see the game's crafting menu, which looks pretty simplistic by RPG...
The open world dilemma
Upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn is building up to be an ambitious undertaking for first-party studio Guerrilla Games. Supposedly a sort of action role-playing game hybrid that's set in a big open world, many interested onlookers have no doubt been pondering upon the size and scope of the release, and...
Back to the future
Back when Horizon: Zero Dawn was first announced, this author suggested that protagonist Aloy's name may have been inspired by the Eloi in H.G. Wells' legendary novel, The Time Machine. Well, gleeful back slapping aside, it turns out that we were probably right, as Guerrilla Games has revealed that it pitched a project based on...
A new Horizon
Who won E3 2015? If you really think about it, you may say Guerrilla Games. This is a studio that's bordered on the precipice of something really special for a while, but it never could strike the finishing blow with the Killzone franchise. Seeing it announce two brand new properties in Los Angeles last month was incredibly exciting,...
There's more on the Horizon
Please excuse the terrible by-line pun, but there was no way we were ever going to let that one pass us by. Now, onto proceedings... This year's E3 has been chock full of mega announcements and reveals (Sammy is still not convinced any of it was real,) and while Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4 trailer had us reminiscing of...
"Is it risky to do a female character?"
It's a sad reality that some gamers are close-minded – after all, we've all seen what's happened to our wonderful hobby over the past year. But while we're not here to preach to any one of you on this site, we will say that we're glad that Sony and Guerrilla Games stuck to its guns with Horizon: Zero...
Right under our noses
Guerrilla Games, you sly dogs! Much like The Last of Us teaser in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, the Dutch developer stuffed a Horizon: Zero Dawn hint in PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall – it's just taken us all this time to notice. One eagle-eyed Twitter user uploaded the embedded video, ensuring to copy...
It's still not entirely clear
Horizon: Zero Dawn, the ambitious new property from Guerrilla Games, dazzled during Sony's big E3 2015 media briefing this week – but we don't actually know a lot about the game. We know that you'll play as Aloy, a young female protagonist from a tribe who's adept at hunting Machines – the robotic creatures who...
Dutch developer serves up fascinating new PlayStation franchise
If last night's E3 2015 press conference from Sony had been a normal one, we'd probably be all cooing over Horizon: Zero Dawn right now. Sadly for Guerrilla Games, its new intellectual property got overshadowed somewhat by bigger announcements – but take nothing away from the title,...
What's that on the Horizon?
We suggested in our E3 2015 predictions post that Guerrilla Games could reveal its long-in-development role-playing game Horizon during Sony's press conference next week – and the fact that it's just created a Twitter account adds fuel to the fire. The page was made earlier this evenin
There’s no doubt that the Killzone franchise has divided gamers, but Guerrilla Games has never disappointed from a technical perspective. While it’s certainly failed to take advantage of the vast amount of lore created for its sci-fi series, every single one of its exclusive first-person shooters have been a spectacle – from...
We don’t know a whole lot about Guerrilla Games’ unannounced PlayStation 4 project, aside from the fact that it’s in production now. However, a job listing on the Dutch developer’s official website hints that it may sport “innovative online gameplay”
Dutch developer rules out reveal
You may want to scratch another potential PlayStation 4 announcement off your E3 2014 wall planner, as Guerrilla Games has seemingly stepped outside of the Los Angeles convention’s limelight. Speaking as part of an Ask Me Anything session on popular website Reddit, senior online producer Samrat Sharma explained...
Studio states the obvious
PlayStation 4 exclusive Killzone: Shadow Fall may have deployed less than six months ago, but Dutch developer Guerrilla Games is already starting to look to the future. In addition to fleshing out the first-person shooter with fresh modes and maps, the first-party outfit is also busy beavering away on a new intellectual...
Hig on high
Killzone: Shadow Fall may have a narrative about as engaging as an amateur sci-fi epic conceived on the back of a Starbucks napkin, but its multiplayer remains a real underrated asset. And, as promised yesterday, developer Guerrilla Games is gearing up for a big announcement regarding the online component later this week. We already...
The updates just keep coming
We've said it before, and we'll say it again, Guerrilla Games' post-release support for Killzone: Shadow Fall has been absolutely phenomenal. With a slew of free updates, and a steady stream of tweaks and upgrades, the team has been rig
More free maps on the way
While Killzone: Shadow Fall's online component may not have the largest following in the world, developer Guerrilla Games has remained admirably faithful to the PlayStation 4 exclusive's multiplayer mode. Indeed, the Amsterdam-based studio has released a slew of free maps, as well as a constant stream of updates to the...
Despite the disappointing concurrent numbers, Guerrilla Games’ post-release support for Killzone: Shadow Fall’s underrated online multiplayer mode continues to be nothing short of exceptional. The Dutch developer may have donned its invisibility cloak when revealing the latest official Warzone to hit the release’s roster, but...
We need an Insurgent urgent
It may have had a weaker plot than your favourite daytime soap opera, but Killzone: Shadow Fall was a storming success from an online multiplayer perspective. As such, we’re seriously looking forward to trying out the title’s first premium care package, which is out now in North America and later today in Europe...
Out of all of Sony’s first-party franchises, Killzone is probably the least deserving of a big screen adaptation. There’s some immense fiction powering the property, but this is often substituted for one dimensional leads like Rico, who’d rather scream expletives than say anything of worth. As such, we’re pretty sure that...
How to Sev a life
First-party outfit Guerrilla Games is one of the most fascinating studios in the industry at the minute. While its PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall was flawed in places, the Dutch developer’s earnest approach to responding to community queries has been nothing short of staggering over the past four or five...
Practice makes perfect
No console is complete without a customary white controller, and the PlayStation 4 is finally set to get a bright DualShock 4 device. The problem is that you can’t have it. Game director Steven ter Heide tweeted out the above image overnight, which shows a customised Killzone: Shadow Fall peripheral. These are being sent...
Pricing gaffes are quite common on digital storefronts, but we reckon that Sony will be ruing the error that it made with Killzone: Shadow Fall overnight. Originally spotted by money saving specialists Hot UK Deals – and verified by a slew of excited Twitter accounts all over the web – Guerrilla Games’ first-person exclusive could...
Gun to go
The system may be selling like crazy, but if there’s any injustice about the PlayStation 4's launch it’s the lack of appreciation that Killzone: Shadow Fall’s multiplayer component has received. Guerrilla Games may have once again fluffed its opportunity to tell a compelling tale, but there’s no denying that peppering online...
A spanner in the works
While the PlayStation 4 has been comfortably leading the next-gen hardware race since its release last November, it will face its biggest test in the form of semi Xbox exclusive Titanfall next month. However, never one to shy away from battle, Sony has announced an initiative clearly designed to steal a little thunder away...
Worth the wait
We've known for a while that Guerrilla Games, the developer behind the long running Killzone franchise, has been cooking something up for the PlayStation 4 behind-the-scenes, but we've been noticeably short on concrete news. The Amsterdam-b
Time to finish the fight
Fresh from announcing some staggering sales figures, Guerrilla Games has reiterated that it’s far from finished updating its PlayStation 4 exclusive first-person shooter Killzone: Shadow Fall. And in preparation for the
On the Helghast
Killzone: Shadow Fall’s single player campaign may plummet faster than an ISA Intruder that’s out of fuel, but its online multiplayer never gets old. The competitive component has a clever progression system, some great guns and gear, and a hearty helping of maps – and its roster of arenas is set to get even bigger over the...
Since before the beginning of time, Dutch developer Guerrilla Games has been rumoured to be working on an open world role-playing game for the PlayStation 4 – and now a new hire at the company has put that speculation into overdrive. The first-party studio has snapped up Fallout: New Vegas’ lead writer John Gonzalez, suggesting that the...
Guerrilla Games flattens hopes
Cast your mind back to the three-dimensional days of 2011 and you may recall Killzone 3 comprising a sizeable portion of platform holder Sony’s stereoscopic push on the PlayStation 3. Guerrilla Games worked hard to implement the hardware intensive technology, and it ended up being a real showpiece for the feature...
Did you see that?!
In need of that extra injection of pure hype in preparation for the PlayStation 4's launch in North America later this week? If so, look no further than this rather stunning trailer for launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall. We've known for months now that the sci-fi shooter will be a visual treat, but this video really blows away...
Guerrilla Games has released a new trailer showing off the varied tactical options in the upcoming Killzone: Shadow Fall, with a particular focus on the new OWL attack drone. In just a few short days you'll be swiping your DualShock 4's touchpad to command your own personal mechanical assistant, and this trailer should keep the hype train...
Gunning for glory
PlayStation 4 exclusive Killzone: Shadow Fall went gold some time ago – and now its Trophies have emerged from the darkness. This isn’t the first set of trinkets that we’ve seen for Sony’s next generation console, but
Casting a spell
Unless you’re already a Nintendo Wii U owner, then you’ll no doubt be impressed by the Remote Play demonstration embedded below. The footage shows PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall being played on a PlayStation Vita, with a television in the background highlighting just how little lag is incorporated by switching...
Clear as day
There’s no doubt that the PlayStation 4 offers an enormous graphical leap over current generation consoles, but it can be difficult to illustrate some of the improvements in image quality through lossy online streaming services such as YouTube. In order to make up for that, Guerrilla Games has prepared an ultra high bitrate video of...
The art of war
Sony accelerated the build up to the PlayStation 4’s launch by firing a stunning Killzone: Shadow Fall story trailer online this week. While developer Guerrilla Games has shared some details about the title’s plot in the past, we haven’t really seen much of the futuristic first-person shooter’s cinematics up until now. But...
Following on from yesterday's juicy slice of information regarding the length of Killzone: Shadow Fall's single player campaign comes this rather harrowing story trailer for the next generation shooter. Almost instantly, the tone that the video sets is different to what we've seen from the franchise before. When former lead characters...
Time to die
Over on the European PlayStation blog, Steven Ter Heide, the game director on Killzone: Shadow Fall, sat down to answer some questions that fans fired his way. The bulk of these queries are about topics which discerning gamers will already know about, but there are a few important nuggets of information that caught our eye. For...
Dutch developer confirms that the launch title is complete
There’ll be plenty of Spandau Ballet playing in Amsterdam today, as Guerrilla Games has confirmed that it’s wrapped up production on PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall. The company revealed the snippet on its Facebook page, posting a picture of a pil
PS4 has enabled developer to be more creative
It’s been a while since we got a proper look at Killzone: Shadow Fall. The futuristic first-person shooter is undoubtedly the top-tier title in the PlayStation 4’s launch lineup, but outside of February’s big next generation coming out party, we haven’t actually seen much of the release...
Studio politely declined design
We’ve already illustrated on multiple occasions that the DualShock 4 is a vast improvement over its divisive predecessor, but things were almost very different. Speaking as part of an interview with VG247, Killzone: Shadow Fall’s lead designer Eric Boltjes explained tha
Dutch developer reloading with new property
Killzone: Shadow Fall creator Guerrilla Games may have its work cut out at the moment, but that’s not stopped the studio from turning its attention to the next big thing. Chatting with Eurogamer.net earlier in the week, lead designer Eric Boltjes explained that the company is eager to branch out into...
Smooth as a Helghast's helmet
A lot like cloud compatibility and 60 frames-per-second, dedicated servers have become a bit of a buzzword in the build up to the PlayStation 4. While plenty of PlayStation 3 titles took advantage of the preferred online networking functionality, many pondered if the same would apply to Sony’s next generation console...
Dutch developer really pushing PS4
Killzone: Shadow Fall’s multiplayer component will run at 60 frames-per-second “a lot of the time”, Guerrilla Games has confirmed. Lead designer Eric Boltjes revealed the snippet during a developer session at the Eurogamer Expo earlier today, explaining that it’s “tricky” to maintain a solid...
You won't be playing as the helmet heads, though
The most interesting thing about the Killzone series has always revolved around its orange-eyed antagonists. However, the Helghast, who have been at the forefront of the franchise since its inception, are not necessarily the bad guys. The series’ oft-overlooked lore depicts a much softer side of...
Dutch developer into digital darning
It’s not just next generation hardware that’s prompting Killzone: Shadow Fall to look so good – the studio’s also been working hard to master its artistic craft. And one area that it’s been practicing is natural cloth animation and clothing designs. Chatting with the PlayStation Blog about the Black...
Despite not demonstrating the next instalment of Guerrilla Games' franchise live on stage as many predicted that it would, Sony opted to show a new gameplay trailer for Killzone: Shadow Fall – and it sure looks good. We got a decent look at some of the new and improved brutal melee kills, high-tech weaponry, a very helpful-looking sentry...
Eliminate the enemy
Warzone is such a good multiplayer mode that we’re surprised that it hasn’t been copied by more developers. For those unfamiliar with the Killzone competitive staple, it’s a team-based affair that includes dynamic objectives. So, one minute you might be playing Team Deathmatch, and the next minute Search and Destroy. The...
It's a kind of magic
Don’t you just love technology? While current generation consoles make downloading games a right old faff – notable exceptions notwithstanding – the PlayStation 4 will make it easier and quicker than a microwave dinner. Speaking as part of yesterday’s Killzone: Shadow Fall trailer, Guerrilla Games revealed that you’
Studio shunned back-up videos and bit its nails
Guerrilla Games refused to reveal anything but pure gameplay footage during February’s big PlayStation Meeting press conference. The studio – which has been taken to task for misleading trailers before – insisted that it showed a live demonstration of Killzone: Shadow Fall, even shunning...
Trademark certainly suggests so
Sony may be turning back the clocks to the late Victorian era, as the platform holder has registered a couple of trademarks for a title named The Order: 1886. The listing – which popped up on an official North American website overnight – was filed on 18th April. Fascinatingly, the platform holder submitted a...
You may need a guidebook
We’re going to be perfectly honest: a lot of what Guerrilla Games’ senior technology programmer Michael Drobot has to say about Killzone: Shadow Fall in the video embedded below goes way over our head. Still, the presentation – recorded by Polish website GRYOnline – offers an interesting snapshot at some of the...
Heaven or Helghast
For a franchise once dubbed a ‘Halo killer’, Guerrilla Games’ solid-if-unspectacular Killzone series has frequently fallen short of its lofty ambitions. It’s unfortunate, because the Dutch developer has always possessed the ingredients to make a smash hit, but there’s always been a flaw in the recipe; a misstep mostly...
No boomerang jokes, please
Sony may have relied on its pool of development talent to offer feedback on the hardware inside its next generation machine – but it also consulted developers such as Guerrilla Games to elicit feedback on the console’s controller, the DualShock 4. Speaking as part of an interview with EDGE magazine, Evolution...
First-party studio is unsurprisingly satisfied with the system
Killzone: Shadow Fall may be drawing its fair share of criticism for lacking innovation, but there’s no denying that the title is already shaping up to be a visual masterpiece. That’s mostly due to the brute power of the PlayStation 4, which is perfectly "balanced” according to...
Guerrilla Games is piling on the polish
Killzone: Shadow Fall’s single player campaign has been playable from start to finish for a “couple of months”, game director Steven ter Heide has revealed. Writing on Twitter earlier this morning, the Guerrilla Games employee stated that he was taking advantage of the quiet time in the office to play...
Killzone developer wanted to build a great device for shooters
Much like the rest of its next generation console, Sony consulted with a number of its first-party developers to design the DualShock 4. One of those studios was Killzone creator Guerrilla Games, who, unsurprisingly, wanted to help the platform holder “build a great controller for [a...
More details at a future date
Guerrilla Games has teased that it may have more titles on the horizon than the upcoming PlayStation Vita spin-off Killzone: Mercenary. In a Christmas themed PlayStation Blog post, community manager Victor Zuylen noted that “2013 is gearing up to be another big year” for the Dutch studio, and “quite possibly the...
Story has never been Killzone’s strongest asset. Despite the magnificent lore surrounding the series, developer Guerrilla Games has yet to really take advantage of it. Hopefully, new recruit Martin Lancaster can do a better job. The former Crysis 2 writer has updated his personal resume, citing an unannounced Guerrilla Games title as...
Still working on new IP
Guerrilla Games is a busy studio at the moment. The Dutch studio currently has its hands on three different projects, including ongoing work on the Killzone franchise for PS3. Speaking at a GDC panel, art director Jan-Bart van Beek hinted that the studio was committed to supporting the Killzone IP on PS3, but he didn’t...
If the PlayStation 3 marked your first foray into the gritty universe of Killzone, then it seems as though Sony's got your back
After a series of rumours (and leaks), the platform holder has announced that a port of the original Killzone title is coming to the PlayStation Network on January 24th. It appears to be a straight port, so don't expect any...
The Killzone franchise didn't really make its mark until the PS3 came along
While the original PlayStation 2 title was dubbed as Sony's "Halo killer" at the time, the final product ultimately fell short. Sure, the PlayStation Portable spin-off, Killzone: Liberation, remains one of the best entries in the series — but it wasn't until...
Guerrilla Games has started work on a "Killzone follow-up", reports EDGE magazine
According to the publication, "the bulk of Guerrilla's staff is soldiering on with the next Killzone instalment," with senior producer Steven Ter Heide at the helm. In the same issue Guerrilla Games' Adrian Smith was quoted as saying "we've got to continue the Killzone franchise". Guerrilla was..
Guerrilla Games is adding the finishing touches to its latest patch for Killzone 3
Version 1.12 will bring a variety of bug fixes and tweaks when it launches on September 6th. We've included the full break-down of tweaks after the jump. [Thanks Eurogamer] CAREERS: Changed Marksman's scramble ability into an active ability - The marksman scramble ability now needs to be activated and deactivated..
Guerrilla Games has switched on triple XP for Killzone 3 this weekend
The promotion applies to all XP earned in multiplayer up until 9:00AM on Monday morning. Presumably the offer's designed to celebrate the recently released From The Ashes map pack.
Guerrilla's announced the latest batch of Killzone 3 DLC this afternoon, entitled "From The Ashes"
The pack includes two new Guerrilla Warfare and two new Warzone maps. Sadly, no more Operations maps, which is a shame as it's still our favourite Killzone 3 game mode. With the pack set to release next week, Guerrilla's released videos for two of the four new maps. First up is Lente Missile Base, a..
Sitting pretty at the top
Killzone 3 has been out for a good while nowadays, and the fact that PlayStation Move is a dominating force is no secret any more. Between the explosive action found in the campaign, amazingly balanced online and superb Move controls, it’s no wonder that game found itself a top score in our Killzone 3 review. One of our...
Two headshots for the price of one
PSN is back in action and the multiplayer battles are raging once again. Guerrilla Games apparently is just as excited as we are, and has upped the ante to get gamers to Move back into Killzone 3 warzones in full force this weekend, by offering up a double XP weekend. Jumping into battle right now will already...
Fans of first-person shooters will have a difficult choice to make this weekend: Call Of Duty: Black Ops or Killzone 3
Both games are running double XP periods to welcome players back to the PlayStation Network. Killzone 3's turned on the double XP as we speak, right through until May 23rd at 10:00AM UK-time. Hop to it soldiers, and blow out some Helghast brains.
The new way to blast the Helghast
Killzone 3 is finally available after all the Beta and Demo teases, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. We put a ton of playtime in with the Move and Navigation set-up prior to release, and came up with a nifty Killzone 3 PlayStation Move Guide with a few protips. There was one thing in our previous guide...
There's not a Killzone movie (yet
), but if there was, it would probably look like this amazing short by YouTube user 'pwnisher'. Ok, so the costumes aren't great, but the special effects are actually pretty impressive for a fan-made project. They even nailed the ridiculous accents of the Helghast troops.
It is a universal truth that all video game stages look better in the rain
Thank heavens for Killzone 3's latest Steel Rain map-pack, then. The DLC multiplayer map-pack includes two new stages — Junkyard and Stahl Arms. The latter, which takes place in a sodden junk processing facility, is designed for Killzone 3's 16-player Guerrilla Warfare mode. Meanwhile, Stahl Arms is set inside the..
With Killzone 3 now available on store-shelves across North America, and due in Europe later this week, producer Steven ter Heide has been chatting with Gamasutra about the studio's immediate future
One little tid-bit references the NGP, and whether Guerrilla would be interested in creating a follow-up to their previous (and only) portable title Killzone: Liberation. Its something we are..
Beware: there are huge spoilers in Killzone 3's launch trailer
In fact, as good as the gameplay montage is, we don't recommend you watch it. Look, we like The Vines too, but these spoilers just aren't worth it, yo. Go pick up the game instead. It's out this week!
As we're sprinting through the tropical corridors of Killzone 3's 'Kaznan Jungle' map, we can't help but acknowledge the sense that things have changed for the better
The changes won't please everyone, but they're enough to engage us on a level Killzone 2 never could. We pirouette on the upper-tiers of the map. Blue lights. We snap down into the...
Patching up the Helghan
The Killzone 3 Beta is now officially over, and while all those hours spent fragging away may seem like just a good bit of free fun, they've actually helped to turn Killzone 3 into the definitive multiplayer experience for the PlayStation 3. The multiplayer team at Guerrilla Games was nice enough to post a list of the...
As is a tradition for every big PlayStation 3 release in North America, Kevin Butler's back with a couple of new advertising slots
The commercials, which focus on the PlayStation Move Sharp-Shooter peripheral and Killzone 3 itself, are not Kevin Butler gold like previous spots, but are definitely worth a look if you're a fan of the fake executive. Get them after the jump. <object..
If you're a North American reader and you've still yet to pick up a PlayStation 3, SCEA's announced a pretty good deal for you
The Killzone 3 hardware bundle not only includes a copy of Guerrilla Games' latest shooter, but also a 160GB PS3 for $300. Essentially, you're getting the game for free. Not a bad deal, eh? The bundle's out February 22nd, same day as the game.
In an interview with Eurogamer TV, Killzone 3's senior producer Steven ter Heide has claimed that the franchise is "not going to go away anytime soon," hinting at the possibility of a Killzone 4
While we know that Sony Cambridge are beavering away on a Killzone title for NGP, Guerrilla have stated numerous times that they are moving onto a new IP once Killzone 3 is finished. Having
Killzone 3 has full PlayStation Move support, which is pretty awesome once you've spent a couple of hours adjusting to it
Guerrilla's revealed that they nearly used their resources in a different way however, experimenting with a Killzone 2 on-rails PlayStation Move shooter. "When we got the initial prototypes, we had no set plan on how to add motion control to Killzone. Being a first-party..
We never enjoyed Killzone 2's multiplayer
We tried. We really tried. But after 25 hours of gameplay it never really clicked for us. The hefty controls made the gameplay too slow; before long we found ourselves itching for something a little less gritty. We appreciate what Guerrilla did with Killzone 2, and we know there are plenty of people that loved it, but it just wasn't for us. Killzone 3, on..
Just in case you've missed it: Sony's put the open Killzone 3 multiplayer beta on the PlayStation Store this morning
The US version's due up at 10AM PST. The beta is available to anyone with a PlayStation Network account. It weighs in at 802MB and will run through until February 15th. The demo opens up one multiplayer map, the MP05 Frozen Dam layout, across a number of gametypes. It also features..
Guerrilla's lifted the lid on the Retro map pack that was announced as part of the Helghast and Collector's editions of Killzone 3 last year
The downloadable content is also available as a pre-order bonus from participating retailers. The map pack includes two popular multiplayer layouts from Killzone 2, including one of our favourites: Salamun Market. The other map is Blood Gracht. Guerrilla..
Sharpen up soldier; Sony's slapped an 11AM GMT time-frame on the Killzone 3 multiplayer demo
The open "beta" will be available to everyone with a PlayStation Network account until February 15th. Plenty of time to sharpen up your skills ahead of the proper launch then.
Despite not being officially announced, a number of European retailers are listing Killzone 3 PS3 bundles expected on the same day as the game's launch
Amazon.fr peg the package at 348.38, noting that the bundle includes a 320GB PlayStation 3 Slim and copy of Killzone 3. Expect official confirmation soon.
Guerrilla's posted a preview of the "Behind The Scenes" documentary that's included in Killzone 3's Helghast Edition
The documentary includes interviews with actors Ray Winstone and Malcolm McDowell. There's more information over on the PlayStation Blog. Catch the preview after the jump. The game looks stunning. <object id="viddler"..
Another day, another Killzone 3 multiplayer reveal
Sony's really ramping up the promotional work now LittleBigPlanet 2's out of the way aren't they? The latest map reveals a pretty unusual Killzone setting — the jungle. As has already been pointed out on a hundred different forums, this looks more like a cave than a jungle. Remember the game is still set on Helghan though, a foreign planet. Looks..
Sony's revealed that there will be a single-player demo for Killzone 3 available before the game's big release next month
The teaser — due on February 15th / 16th (North America / Europe) — will drop players mid-way into the single-player campaign, allowing them to explore the Icy Incursion stage. There'll be two versions of the demo available — 2D and 3D. There's not a huge difference..
We know you're still going to crawl back into your uninformed corner of the Internet and complain about how PlayStation Home is all about waiting in a line to play a game of pool, but that's just not the case anymore
PlayStation Home is awesome. It might not be your particular flavour of herbal tea, but we love the direction Sony's taking with the virtual world. Take this week's update: in North..
We're just about a month away from the release of Killzone 3, and with the multiplayer beta due to launch in early February, Guerrilla's jumped onto the PlayStation Blog to reveal the game's full arsenal
There are a bunch of weapons available, with Guerrilla touting the importance of each gun having its "own unique role". Click through here for more details.
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