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Killzone 2 – Face The Fury Of Helghan


Product details

Platform: Playstation 3   |  Edition: Standard


  • Killzone 2 (PS3)
  • Rated : Ages 18 and Over
  • Language: : English, German, French, Russian
  • Release date : 27 Feb. 2009
  • Item model number : 711719132943
  • Game Condition: USED – VERY GOOD (pamphlet included)

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Face the fury of the Helghan! 


The objective of the game

Killzone 2 is a game that screams conflicts all around. 

As you can imagine, it’s packed with enemies attack from all sides. Furthermore, the environment is surrounded by violent electrical storms making the sky a toxic one. The land is battered and destroyed by hurricane winds.

Unfortunately, the magnitude of what lies ahead becomes quickly clear. What lies ahead seems to be more than just a battle against a fierce adversary. One can only brace itself for a level of hostility no soldier has ever experienced before. 


How it feels to play it

Killzone 2 has a more realistic, feel than other science fiction games. This game feels more like a World War II game in space. Furthermore, most weapons used are very similar to modern-day armories. And there’s a constant emphasis on finding and using cover.

Although the single-player battle is impressively large and varied the game’s advantage comes from the multiplayer. The new class-based game modes mean everyone gets to pick various roles according to how they prefer to play, with groups of players teaming up to take on their opponents.


Key Features

  • Real McCoy: After years of hype, Sony finally has a top-quality first-person shoot ’em-up to go up against the best that the Xbox 360 can field.
  • The new standard: The best graphics yet on the PlayStation 3, with a huge game world, fully destructible environments, and amazing animation.
  • Too real: Some of the most realistic enemy artificial intelligence ever in a video game, with soldiers that use real-world tactics, but also make mistakes and change their mind.
  • Duck and cover: Unique “lean and peek” cover system is the most advanced yet seen in a first-person game, where death can come at any moment.
  • Class war: Choose the multiplayer character class that suits you and customise it with 16 different abilities to match your playing style.


About the Developer: Guerrilla Games

This up-and-coming studio is the biggest game developer in the Netherlands. It first hit the headlines with first-person shoot ’em-ups Killzone and Shellshock: Nam ’67. The games got a mixed reception, but Sony was confident enough to buy them in 2005 as they began work on Killzone 2.

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