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Killzone 3 (KZ3) Disappointing Multiplayer, Declaration Given

Guerrilla Games’ Killzone 3 game may well have taken the top spot away from Call of Duty: Black Ops when it was first released, but it doesn’t appear to have left a good impression with everyone. In fact, some even suggested that the Killzone 3 game could do with some improvements.

One element of the game that appears to have disappointed gamers the most is the multiplayer mode. RayeD_X over at rayedx.blogspot.com has recently provided a list of reasons why he hated Killzone 3’s multiplayer, starting with the fact that the controls have now changed

Another reason RayeD_X doesn’t like the multiplayer mode is the fact that they’ve made the maps bigger, and reduced the amount of players in a match from 32 to 24 to make the KZ3 game more like Battlefield: Bad Company 2. The addition of a matchmaking system is another reason given.

RayeD_X also claims that everyone in the Killzone 3 multiplayer is aiming down their sights from a 2 meter distance, which was only used to hit someone from far away in Killzone 2. RayeD_X described both the new clan system and the multiplayer trophies as a joke.

For example, if players win a match in all three Killzone 3 multiplayer modes they receive a gold trophy, which RayeD_X says is too easy!! Other reasons inlcude the graphics looking cartoonish, the menu looking annoying and the fact that you can’t throw a grenade while running like you could in Killzone 2.

See what other reasons RayeD_X gave for not liking Killzone 3 multiplayer over on the rayedx.blogspot.com website. What are your impressions of the Killzone 3 multiplayer mode? You can read Daniel Chubb’s hands-on review of the Killzone 3 game here.

Written by Tina Chubb

Tina’s passion is gaming news, but you will find her exploring other tech stories. Follow Tina for the latest happenings in the gaming world with popular gaming devices, including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and portable gaming on iOS, PSP, DS and more.

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