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This review is from: Killzone 3 PlayStation 3
Pros: The game simply looks amazing. One of the bests looking games so far. Unlike Killzone 2, the controls have been changed. This is a good thing since the previous controls were sluggish and was really difficult to get by with the online play.
The multiplayer is alot of fun. IMO it rivals the COD series with the online component.
The audio is stunning as with the second installment. You can literally hear every bullet that you squeeze of a mag, even when there is multiple characters firing at the same time.
Cons: The story is much more weak than Killzone 2. That is probably the only thing thats messed up about this game. By that i in no way mean the story was horrible, but compared to the amazing job done in every other aspect if the game, the dull story kinda sticks out. None the less you won't care since you'll more than likely be itching for the next scenario to load up.
Other Thoughts: I was convince the series was complete, but i was shown otherwise. Can't wait for Killzone 4.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: God of War Collection
Pros: Game looks amazing. Sure the PS2 version was great but this is fantastic. I played the PS2 version, and since its remastered to HD, the puzzles are more recognizable. It makes the game alot easier. Previously, i had to consult friends and internet guides to help with the PS2 version, but this one is more clear and as such alot easier. I believe its the same game through and through.
Its a great way for people to get the GOW experience before they join the GO3 bandwagon. For me, its just an iconic game, so I collected the remastered version. Its a must have for GOW 1&2 fans.
Cons: The only issue here is that the cut scenes have not been remastered and that is very disappointing. Its a shame that a remastered game doesn't get a remastered cut scene. On the other hand, for the GOW fans(PS2), it shows how amazing the game has become when compared to its PS2 equivalent. The PS2 cut scenes( available on the PS3 game) is nothing compared to the in-game graphics.
Other Thoughts: Amazing Game(PS2) just got better(PS3)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: God of War 3 Playstation3 Game
Pros: I've played many of the "high-end" PS3 games, and none so far comes close to GOW3.
The graphics are amazing. In the background you can see high quality animations interacting with the environment. Several scenes have Kratos with close to 40 enemies all running without any tearing or dips in the FPS.
Controls feel tight with all movement and weapons serving a purpose. I can safely say that they were not added on for some diversity. In face in the game, i was constantly switching between weapons because each has its uses and it benefits the player to change weapons. You can make it though most of the fight with the std. blades but changing weapons is easy, and it add diversity to the fights.
The audio like with the previous titles is amazing. In each scene the audio matches the tempo and environment of the game. Voice acting is also very good.
Story is tight and ties up several loose ends in the GOW world.
Cons: The only problems i had with this game are:
The titans didn't play as big a role as they should. It was expected that at the end of GOW2 and progressing into GOW3, they would be a key factor in the game. In my opinion, they were put to the side and only brought out for iconic battles.
The game isn't very challenging. Mind you, fighting specific enemies, will get you hurt the first time, but after that, its easy to deal with them. I recommend turning the difficulty up to the highest. You will die from platforming more than you will from a fight.
Mixed camera angles are very good, but for certain platforming parts of the game, it becomes horrible and you die alot because of that.
Other Thoughts: A great game with the best PS3 experience I've had ever. A must have game for any PS3 owner.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Pratesh R.
Date Joined: 11/24/10
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