We all know that feeling of being engrossed in a game and being interrupted by a loving mother. Well, when you're livestreaming, the show must go on, so just let her play Dark Souls 2 in front of hundreds of viewers!
Proving the theory that anyone will sue anyone for anything, a legal firm filed a class-action lawsuit for $5 million against Sony yesterday because the multiplayer mode in PS4 game Killzone: Shadowfall doesn't run at a "native" resolution of 1080p.
Launch PS4 game Killzone: Shadow Fall will get a four-player online co-op mode called Killzone Intercept later this year, launching for free for the game's season pass holders in June and as a standalone release later in 2014.
Killzone Shadow Fall's first multiplayer expansion detailed, two free multiplayer maps released. Coming in April, The Insurgency Pack adds the Insurgent class, along with new weapons, abilities, and Elite Mode difficulty for single player. The Cruiser and Hangar multiplayer maps are available free today. Check out the…
The people who make Killzone games are working on something that isn't Killzone. A quick mention in the Japanese PS4 video above states that Guerilla Games have already been doing work on a new IP for the last two-and-a-half years. Still sounds like there's going to be a long wait to find out what it is, though.
I used to make fun of Killzone, but ever since the third game (which I loved) I've been onboard. Mostly - and this may shock you coming from someone who runs a daily art feature - because of the design of the world.
Shadows? Check. Falling? Check. Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has unveiled two free multiplayer maps coming soon to PlayStation 4 shooter Killzone: Shadow Fall. The Cruiser and Hangar maps should tide players over until the first paid expansion pack DLC arrives.
No one wants to look bad in front of Kratos. According to this Robot Chicken animated spot for Killzone: Shadow Fall, God of War's heroic brute is very active on Facebook, so think before you hit that share button.
One thought ran through my head while playing Killzone Shadow Fall: How beautiful can a cliché look?
The launch trailer for Killzone: Shadow Fall gives us a little bit of zealotry and a bucket of bad blood. With their homeworld destroyed, the Helghast have come to settle with the Vektans, in a big city divided by a huge wall. Unsurprisingly, no one likes their new neighbors.
A new preview of Killzone: Shadow Fall is out in the wild today. Don't go looking for it on YouTube or any other service, though. Developer Guerilla Games says that streaming just isn't good enough for their shiny next-gen baby. It needs special treatment to be appreciated in all its glory.
Excited soon-to-be PS4 owners are getting their hands on early copies of Killzone: Shadow Fall. With nothing to play the game on for another two weeks and change, all they can do is sit and stare, discovering all the intricacies, massive hard disk requirements and misspellings the next-generation PlayStation has to…
Killzone games have a few notable attributes: Graphics that show off the power of Sony's gaming hardware. Smart enemies. Dumb stories. And a main character who's several feet shorter than every other person in the game.
Maybe in ten years this won't seem like such a big deal, but today it's almost hard to believe—PS4 shooter Killzone: Shadow Fall will be close to a 50 GB download, according to a Sony exec.
If you're purchasing the PlayStation 4 this holiday season and are into first-person shooters, chances are you'll be eyeing Guerrilla Games' latest installment in the Killzone franchise: Shadow Fall. But while those shiny new graphics will catch most people's eyes, I'm more concerned with how the game plays.
I've always enjoyed Killzone multiplayer, in particular the general sense of heaviness as everyone lumbers around the battlefield. In this new video from Gamescom, Game Informer chats with Shadow Fall game director Steven ter Heide about how multiplayer will work in the PS4 launch game.
Killzone: Shadow Fall showed off its multiplayer features in this trailer from Gamescom 2013. You can get a look at it here—well, the parts where the camera isn't inexplicably zoomed out on the crowd, anyway.
As I write this, Kotaku bossman Stephen Totilo has just walked into the office with an Oculus Rift. A bunch of us have already strapped on the VR goggles to our faces and have been super-impressed with what the headgear is able to accomplish. But, an Oculus optimized to work with the PS4? That’d be slick as heck.
Killzone: Shadow Fall sure is pretty. Out for the PlayStation 4 this fall, whenever the system launches, the latest Killzone game lets you shoot people in all sorts of ways, as you can see in this video we shot yesterday. Enjoy.