Visually spectacular, tons of variety, Jetpack/mech bits
Shorter than average single player and the stealth stages blow
Killzone 3 works better as an experience than a game, mostly because it feels better than the actual gameplay is working in being, well, a game. It's funny that a lot of games that seem to try the Halo formula often get hung up on the details of enemy programming and environments. Killzone 3...
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