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PS3’s Killzone 3: First Week

Although Guerrilla Games’ much-talked about Killzone 3 game has been out for just over a week now, the hype doesn’t appear to have slowed that much. In fact, we’ve heard quite a bit about the popular first-person shooter title since its launch last week.

As Jamie Pert mentioned in a previous article (here) last week, the Killzone 3 game — which received a great reception from both critics and gamers — features an extensive single-player campaign that no doubt includes a few areas, where gamers may become stuck.

However, Eurogamer recently posted several walkthrough videos for the Killzone 3 game on their website, which hopefully provide gamers with the help they need. Although the game has been praised by many, others have suggested that there is room for improvement.

A few days ago Chris Maugham (courtesy of EDIDDY999 at The PlayStation Show) provided our readers with a list of 5 changes that could be made to improve the Killzone 3 title. For example, they don’t believe the developer out all their heart into the Move support, and feel it should be removed.

Daniel Chubb spent some hands-on time with Killzone 3 recently, and a few things appeared to impress him about the game. For starters he said that the intro was pretty impressive, as well as pointed out the fact that the player is thrown into the action from the beginning.

According to Chandra over on the website, Killzone 3 managed to break all records recently, selling a total of 500,000 copies worldwide in its first week after launch. Some gaming experts have even predicted that Killzone 3 will become the most sold game.

Have you had a chance to play the Killzone 3 game yet? If so, what do you think of it?

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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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