I know it wasn’t the brightest, most unique story out there, but I liked Killzone 2‘s plot and its foul-mouthed characters. Good thing we’re getting more of it with Killzone 3 then; the BBFC have revealed that there’s a total of 70 minutes of cutscenes in the sequel. Killzone 2 had 25 minutes of cutscenes; hopefully that means that’s a much longer campaign to support the story.
With talent like Malcom McDowell and Ray Winstone involved there’s bound to be some memorable moments packed in there, and if it’s violence you’re looking for the BBFC’s 18 rating should keep you happy.
Killzone 3 launches next month.