There is no doubt so no game as ever been as hyped as Killzone 2 before its release, sometimes to the point that there was seemingly no way that the developers could ever manage to achieve their goal. Well now that we have the retail version in our hands, we can say that technically this is the most advanced game available on any console as of now, which is quite an achievement to say the least. In terms of gameplay too, while the game doesn't really reinvent the wheel, it's still a very polished title. The story itself isn't anything to talk about, and the characters themselves are for the most part forgettable, but it doesn't matter in the slightest. Killzone 2 is a must have for any shooter fan out there. Update: Second and last part is up.
@GriftGFX: I agree about the base on Wii U. (47 minutes ago)
Maybe they just wanted to avoid the impression that it's a WiiU port machine. (1 Hour ago)
Yea I expected a few more ports. There's stuff that won't work because of the loss of the second screen.. but Smash and Mario Maker seemed like obvious choices. (1 Hour ago)
given the no BC, smash is bound to be re-released on the switch in a similar way to mario kart 8 to get more games out within the first year (1 Hour ago)
Smash seems like an odd thing to leave off the table. Maybe they're holding it to help fill out the year. (1 Hour ago)
would have been nice launch games. (1 Hour ago)
It'll make or break the launch.. which seems fine if pre-orders are any indication. I think filling out the spring should be their main worry. MK8 Deluxe and Splatoon 2 help but... (1 Hour ago)