Killzone 3 (2011)

Video Game  |  Action, Sci-Fi  |  22 February 2011 (USA)
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Following the events after "Killzone 2" Visari, the leader of the Helghast is dead by the hands of Rico Velasquez, but the war is far from over. Helghast forces have mounted a devastating ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scholar Visari (voice)
Admiral Orlock (voice)
Jammer (voice)
Kowalski (voice)
Hooper (voice)
Bradshaw (voice)
ISA Soldiers (voice)
ISA Soldiers (voice)
ISA Soldiers (voice)
ISA Soldier (voice) (as Chris Wolfe)
ISA Soldiers (voice)


Following the events after "Killzone 2" Visari, the leader of the Helghast is dead by the hands of Rico Velasquez, but the war is far from over. Helghast forces have mounted a devastating counterattack, prompting the ISA (Interplanetary Strategic Alliance) to smoke out evacuation of planet Helghan. As new Helghast battalions appear, armed with more powerful weapons, ISA forces find themselves outnumbered and surrounded. Players step into the boots of Tomas "Sev" Sevchenko, fighting along side Rico Velasquez and Captain Narville as they fight to stay alive to find a way off Helghan and back home. Written by harddog0331

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When Narville is freed, he is handed an StA52 from a fallen Helghast. Soon after, when they are fighting their way out, Narville is using an M82. See more »


Kowalski: [after he and Sev fight off some big spiders] Yeah, I'm gonna have nightmares about that, thanks.
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Follows Killzone: Liberation (2006) See more »


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Great Game, Compelling Story
11 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For starters, this isn't Halo, and this isn't Call of Duty. A lot of players buy this game with preconceptions of what to expect, and end up disappointed. However, if it's going to receive comparisons, then I suppose you could say it resembles CoD in part of its gameplay, but that's where it all ends. Killzone 3 continues the storyline set by the previous games, and introduces some new characters with dynamic personalities and likability. Some you fall in love with, others you hate for most of the game. But that just makes it interesting. The weapons and battles are amazing, and the level of detail to the landscape and graphics is stunning, even by today's standards (though it only came out two years ago). This is the first in the series that I've played, though I've watched my friends play the previous games, and hadn't seen any of Killzone 3's gameplay, so I decided to buy it on a whim. It didn't let me down. It has some really awesome moments, and other instances that'll have you saying "Holy crap" over and over. In anticipation of Killzone 4, which comes out later this year on the PS4, I highly, highly recommend buying K3 on Amazon or somewhere cheap (I got mine for $12). You'll be glad you did. It's a beautiful game that will have you back on the campaign trail over and over (and the multiplayer aspect is pretty sweet too).

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