Articles tagged with: Killzone
The third downloadable content for the highly acclaimed Killzone 2 game has been announced on the Official PlayStation US blog.
“Napalm and Cordite” is the name of the pack and not only are there two brand new maps included, you can also play with the new flamethrowers and bolt guns.
The Homerun is back to give you another dosage of PlayStation Home goodness. We’re delighted to say that there is a lot of new content for everyone this week!
Weâ€™ll start this time with the massive European update. As we have said countless times before, we are big fans of Killzone 2 and so were really happy when Sony announced that a Visari Throne room apartment for PlayStation Home.
E3 is not just about the video games and booth babes. There’s much more to it than that, after all, you can’t hear that sneaky Helghast sneak up without a decent surround sound system or execute a perfect head shot in Call of Duty 4 with simply a Dualshock 3? Sure, it can get the job done but you want to be the best out there, don’t you?
We had the chance to try out Tritton Technologies latest surround sound headset, the AX Pro, which brings the ultimate listening experience straight to your ears. In addition, we also tested SplitFish’s FragFX controller designed specifically for the PS3.
This week on the Homerun we discuss the end of the Xi reality game in PlayStation Home, as well as a Killzone 2 apartment.
So let’s dive in! The big news this week is an end to an era – Xi has finished…
It’s a while ago now when we first heard about Killzone 2 getting its own taste of PlayStation Home, but we have heard no details on what it is exactly until now.
Guerrilla Games have posted a post on the European PlayStation Blog to announce a Killzone 2 Visari Throne Room apartment is coming to Sony’s virtual universe.
Killzone 2 has now been updated and next time you boot the game you should see a message telling you to download the latest patch.
You may remember that this patch was originally scheduled for last Thursday, then we heard that it had been delayed, well now the patch has seen the light of day.
We reported last week that Helghan exiles keen on some new Killzone 2 updates would enjoy a patch on Thursday. Sometimes even reliable sources slip up as the 1.27 Killzone 2 patch did not go live when expected.
It’s tweak time for the Killzone 2 community as Eric Boltjes, Guerrillaâ€™s Lead Multiplayer Designer, talks to the Official US Blog about what Helghan and ISA soldiers alike can expect from the latest update.
Showing an unrivaled commitment to keeping their groundbreaking game as fresh and fair as possible, Guerilla have more than a few important fine-tunings up their electronic sleeves.
The North American Video Store has sported a ‘Search’ feature ever since its debut at last year’s E3.
Strangely, Sony has never decided to add the feature to the game front of the PlayStation Store in an effort to help sort through the ever-growing list of demos, trailers and wallpapers – well until now that is.
Killzone 2 fans rejoice! A new map pack has been announced today, and something tells us this one is a little bit special.
Hinted at back when the Steel & Titanium pack was launched (when Herman Hulst, Guerilla Gamesâ€™ Marketing Manager, told us the next DLC would be ‘retro’), the Flash & Thunder pack contains two maps taken from the original Killzone game on the PS2.
But what’s this we see in the launch video? Is that a nuke?
Remember the Killzone 2-Home integration that was announced via the @KillzoneDotCom twitter page? Yeah we thought you did. Well it has been delayed.
Something that is becoming all too familiar for PlayStation Home is the delays and it’s disappointing that the Killzone 2 content has received the same fate.
We have a double helping of Killzone 2 news for you today. The second piece of news comes in the form of an announcement for another patch due for release later this month, taking the game to v1.27.
We wish Guerrilla Games could give us some more details but it is nice to hear it’s coming.
If you have been here a few times before, you’ll probably notice that we like talking about PlayStation Home and are big fans of Killzone 2. In fact, we have more Home and Killzone articles than for anything else.
Today we can give you news on both of these after a new tweet from @KillzoneDotCom got our attention.
North American users should be prepared for a significant content update for PlayStation Home on Thursday.
Locust_Star from the US team has kindly landed on the PlayStation Blog to update gamers with what is to come in their “enormous” update.
Hot on the heels of 1.24, Guerrilla Games have unleashed a new Killzone 2 patch.
Imaginately entitled 1.25, you’ll no doubt be wanting to know what the 16MB of Helghan tinged goodness brings to the table.
Think your clan is the best at Killzone 2? Now you have the chance to prove it in the first ever, Killzone 2 Online Championships presented by SCEA and MLG Gamebattles.
This is your chance to win some amazing prizes including busts, assault rifle replicas, and the ever awesome life-size Helghast suits and yes, they are wearable. Unfortunately this competition is only open to US residents, age 13 or older. Sorry Europeans, hopefully SCEE will follow suit shortly and announce their own championships.
For all you Killzone 2 fans out there eagerly anticipating the first downloadable pack to release for the game, you may be happy to hear that it has now been priced – well for the United States anyway.
Jeff Rubenstein has updated the PlayStation Blog to confirm that the price of the ‘Steel and Titanium’ map DLC will be $5.99 when it releases on April 30th.
Those guys at Guerilla Games are always pumping out patches for Killzone 2. No, weâ€™re not complaining, in fact weâ€™re celebrating because they have just released patch notes for v1.24!
So what more awesomeness could they possible pack into to the game? First off, it enables you to play the game with every single new Japanese gamer that will be jumping online when the games releases in Japan on the 23rd of April.
By now you should have heard about the first downloadable content to arrive for the biggest PS3 title to release so far this year â€“ Thatâ€™s right, the Killzone 2 Steel and Titanium pack.
Well Sony have given updated details on the North American PlayStation.Blog about the content, specifically when we will see it.