Killzone: Liberation Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Killzone: Liberation Reviews8
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|Deeko.com||9.5/10||Nov 04 '06|
|GameDaily||8/10||Oct 26 '06|
|Thunderbolt||8/10||Aug 07 '08|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||9.1/10||Dec 20 '06|
|GameSpot||8.3/10||Oct 30 '06|
|Gamespy||4/5||Dec 05 '06|
|gamrReview||8.1/10||Jan 03 '10|
|IGN PSP||9.0/10||Oct 16 '06|
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Killzone: Liberation Previews
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|1UP||Apr 27 '06|
|GameSpot||Apr 27 '06|
|Gamespy||Apr 27 '06|
|GameZone||May 02 '06|
|GameZone||Sep 06 '06|
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"Killzone: Liberation is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most highly-polished and brag-worthy games that the PSP has. A lot of time and money has gone into developing the game, and it shows. This makes KL an absolute must-buy, and was reason enough for me to keep my PSP rather than getting rid of it and relying on my DS. It's really that good, and with a huge single-player campaign and the satisfying multiplayer, it's a game I'm going to be playing for quite some time. Now strap up and get this game, soldier. I'll see you in-game."
"Killzone is reborn in this consistently intense, periodically infuriating, yet undeniably enjoyable handheld tactical shooter."
"Mind those mines."
"It seems wherever Liberation can go the extra mile, it does. It delivers on all fronts, from a thoroughly engrossing single-player campaign to an addictive multiplayer component. Liberation also shames most other PSP offerings through its presentation, which blends excellent visuals and sound with a clean and user-friendly interface. It has a few quirks, but in the end, they seem almost negligible. Definitely recommended to fans of the action genre, but also to anyone who dislikes bad games."