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Killzone: Liberation Member Review for the PSP

F4T4Lx1x By:
F4T4Lx1x
02/06/09
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 6 
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER Guerilla 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Blood, Language, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

~Released on October 31, 2006, Killzone: Liberation is in my opinion one of the best shooters to hit the PSP system. 

~The story follows the conclusion of the first Killzone, with the battles against the Helghast still raging on.  Returning as captain "Jan Templar", your mission is to undertake a covert operation to stop Helghan leader "Metrac".

~The game's single player offers 4 acts, 5 total if you can manage to download it via WiFi or a local access point.   There are 3 levels of difficulty: Easy, Normal, & Hard (for the more experienced players).

~Online players can choose a username and immediately join the fun.  With a total of 8 playable maps, and 10 choosable weapons, it's hard to get bored on mulitplayer.  Or if online isn't your thing, grab a buddy and play co-op.

~The gameplay and mulitplayer action is solid, but due to the occasional hackers and the fact that the server is down, Killzone Liberation has lost a lot of it's appeal.  Nevertheless, I highly recommend that you check this title out.  If not, I assure you you'll be missing out.

 


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