Killzone (2004)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi  -  2 November 2004 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kal Weber ...
Shadow Marshal Luger (voice) (as Jennifer Lawrence)
Colonel Gregor Hakha (voice)
Scolar Visari (voice)
General Joseph Lente (voice)
General Stuart Adams (voice)
Bob Sherman ...
General Bradley Vaughton (voice)
Additional ISA Voices (voice)
Kenny Andrews ...
Additional ISA Voices (voice) (as Kennie Andrews)
Kerry Shale ...
Additional ISA Voices (voice)
Additional ISA Voices (voice) (as Eric Myers)
Larissa Murray ...
Additional ISA Voices (voice)
Jonathan Keeble ...
Additional Heghast Voices (voice)
Additional Heghast Voices (voice)


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To speed up the animation process, the team shot 'animatics' for all the cut-scenes in the game using a video-camera and a bunch of actors, consisting of people from the development team and a few hired extras. Empty cardboard computer boxes were used to construct simple sets, with brooms and toy guns used as props. See more »


When Templar and company speed away in stolen Helghast Attack Boats, they are chased by guided missiles fired at them from a Helghast soldier with a 3-barreled launcher. This is impossible, because everywhere else in Killzone this launcher is found as RPG - a weapon whose rounds have no guidance. See more »


Scolar Visari: My people. Sons and daughters of Helghan.
Scolar Visari: For many years, we have been a broken nation. Shunt, oppressed, and conqured by those we sought to escape. 10 years ago, I asked for time, and that time was granted by you. You, the strength in my arm, the holders of my dreams.
Scolar Visari: Our forefathers embarked on the greatest exodus in the history of all mankind. An exodus for freedom. Helghan became that freedom. Our new world changed our bodies. At first, it weakened us, but in fact, we were growing... ...
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Good champaign mode but very bad online play
15 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

well i was really excited to get this game. I bought the game and then tried to beat the hole thing in one sitting with my friend. After five hours of playing the game, I was already sick of it. the game gets very repetitive. Also the game took about 65 hours to beat, witch is just way to long, for a first person shooter game.

A good thing about Killzone is that you get to experience many different types of warfare. Killzone starts out as an army vs. army type of game play, "which is the best part of the entire campaign". then the game progresses to a you by yourself vs. an entire army. But of course you kill them all and make it out alive, which is totally unrealistic. After that you meet up, and form an elite platoon with 4 other soldiers. Then you and your platoon go up against entire army of hundreds. Now the game turns to a more covert ops type of game play, by sneaking into, and destroying enemy bases. For the most part the campaign mode is very well done, and it is fun to just go back a play your favorite levels time and time again.

Multiplayer mode: the offline multiplayer mode is a lot funner then the campaign mode. You get the choice of tons of different levels and game mods to choose from. The online play of Killzone on the other hand is terrible. I have played online for about five months now, and I have to say it is very disappointing. Playing online is extremely fun and addictive, you will spend hours playing online and trying to improve your rank. You will eventually meet a lot of other players who you can send invites, and become buddies with. If you want you can join a clan, or just make a clan by yourself.Yes it may sound fun, but the online game play is horrendous. There are so many cheaters who play online it is just sickening. so many people will unplug there cord from their modem, which then causes them to disappear by teleporting around the level, and suddenly you will just fall over dead by someone who you can't even see. The ranking system of Killzone is really screwed up also. If someone has a really high rank , 9 times out of 10 its not because they are good , it is because all they do is unplug there modem and cheat, or they have a really bad connection "ping". It is very cheap when players have bad ping because you can shoot them with a sniper rifle in the head and they won't die. The grenades in Killzone are very cheap also, if there is a grenade laying on the ground that was thrown, if you run by it within 8 feat you will fall over dead "even though it didn't explode yet". Ranks in Killzone are determined by how many more kills then deaths you have. But the ranks are a joke because if you get beyond 400 hundred more kills then deaths a ridicules new rule is implied that now your so good that you shouldn't get killed by lower ranks, and if you are you loose one or two ranks regardless of how many more kills then deaths you have. This unwritten rule is stupid because if a player decides to make a new name "which you start with the lowest rank in the game when you make a name", just because he has a really bad rank, he still is really good, and if you get killed by him you suffer for it because he has a rank that isn't legit. There should be an option of being able to transfer your statistics from your original name to the new name that you make.

In conclusion: campaign mode is fun, but way to long. offline multiplayer is fun, and doesn't get old fast. online multiplayer is very addictive, but players who cheat and the screwed up ranking system make playing not as fun.

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