The lights are on
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A lot of things come to mind when you think of the shooter
genre. You think of categorization:,
first-person versus third-person. You
also think of weapons choice, customization, etc. Other things that come to mind are set
pieces, storylines, graphics, and other details that may make or break a game.
Some maybe wondering what game am I going to give my
thoughts on. I decided to get Killzone
3. I'm not a huge fab of the sci-fi
genre like some gamers are. After
playing the demo, I decided to give the game a try.
The sci-fi genre is one that has really been neglected
outside of the Halo franchise.
Here's a clip of the single-player gameplay.
ack to the matter at hand.
My thoughts on Killzone 3 are as follows:
Killzone is different for me because it's the first shooter I have played that's
sci-fi based. Most shooters for me have
been military based. This was a jump for
me; it wasn't too big of a leap.
I have played through
~5 levels. While, playing these
levels, I have learned a lot about what I liked, don't like, and some things
that come be improved upon for the next installment within the Killzone series.
As for gameplay, the game runs smoothly. No complaints! The cut scenes add a certain "something" to
the game. I like how if you don't want
to watch a cutscene you can skip them completely. Wish more games had this feature.
As for the controls, everything runs smoothly there
too. Just wish they had more settings
than the normal set up for controls.
As for the multi-player, I just can't get into it. Guess you could say Max Payne 3 spoiled me when it comes to the mutli-player dynamics.