Confirming last night's Walmart ad, Sony has announced ten new titles joining the PlayStation 3's budget-priced Greatest Hits line, with inFAMOUS, God of War Collection, Killzone 2 and Resident Evil 5 and more now available for $29.99.
It's January 2010. The last decade has drawn to a close, and more than anything else in the past ten years, there is one single-player gameplay mechanic that has done more to revolutionize video games. That mechanic is "cover."
World of Warcraft isn't the only game turning five this week, with developer Guerrilla celebrating five years of Killzone all week long at Killzone.com, culminating in a weekend's worth of double XP goodness.
For all its bombast, bleakness and Brian Cox, I didn't really like Killzone 2. Well, didn't much like the game. The music, now, the music was brilliant, so it's good to hear it's being released for public consumption.
Guerrilla Games will "radically alter the Killzone 2 multiplayer dynamic" next week with the release of the Napalm & Cordite Map Pack, offering two new maps and two new weapons, seen here in action for in this brief trailer.