The Helghans have rebuilt their planet after the first Helghan War and have attacked the ISA on the colony planet Vekta, who are heavily outnumbered. Captain Jan Templar and his squad are ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Shadow Marshal Luger (voice) (as Jennifer Lawrence)
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Colonel Gregor Hakha (voice)
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Scolar Visari (voice)
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General Joseph Lente (voice)
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General Stuart Adams (voice)
Bob Sherman ...
General Bradley Vaughton (voice)
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Additional ISA Voices (voice)
Kenny Andrews ...
Additional ISA Voices (voice) (as Kennie Andrews)
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Additional ISA Voices (voice) (as Eric Myers)
Larissa Murray ...
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Jonathan Keeble ...
Additional Heghast Voices (voice)
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Additional Heghast Voices (voice)
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Storyline

The Helghans have rebuilt their planet after the first Helghan War and have attacked the ISA on the colony planet Vekta, who are heavily outnumbered. Captain Jan Templar and his squad are sent to find the ISA operative, Hakha, all while fighting through waves of dangerous Helghast soldiers.

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They Say The Eyes Are The Window To The Soul.


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2 November 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The PAL version of the game shipped with a manual that was done in the style of a futuristic newspaper. The publication was dated November 19, 2004 - the game's release date in PAL territories. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Colonel Hakha: We'll have to hurry. The Earth Fleet will be here soon.
Sergeant Rico Velasquez: [skeptical] How do you know this shit?
Colonel Hakha: I'm a SPY. It's my JOB.
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Connections

Referenced in LittleBigPlanet 2 (2011) See more »

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Killzone vs. Halo
7 February 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I disagree to quite some extent with the commentary above. Killzone is a burner. It is a awesomely presented and executed game, has a cool story and a believable setting. The game mechanics are not the best there ever were, but they are more than serviceable. As is correctly stated the guns really rock! And more so the soundtrack! What a stunningly great piece of music. In terms of plot, background and vehicle/weapons design Killzone beats the crap out of Halo which in my humble opinion is a totally over-hyped game to begin with. Okay, the Halo graphics are smoother and have a higher resolution but Killzone environments are somehow more realistic, more gritty, and overall somewhat more stylish. They just drag you into the Killzone world and give you a feeling of being really in the middle of a planetary assault. Whereas Halo has a more comic-book like appeal, Killzone offers you a grim and desperate vision of a dark future. Having said all that I would like to point out that I do not think that Killzone is a Halo killer. I think this comparison is stupid and was just media-hype. Both games have a totally different "feel" and should be played for their own merit.


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