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Killzone 3 - Move Compatible (PS3)

by Sony
PlayStation 3
 Ages 18 and Over
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 25 Feb. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,750 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Killzone 3 brings you back into the action where Killzone 2 left off, with Visari, the vicious Helghast dictator, lying dead at the feet of Special Forces soldiers Sev and Rico. The battle may have been won but the war is far from over. Visari’s death has left behind a world of political scheming, infighting and outright murder. Meanwhile his parting gift, a nuclear bomb detonated in Phyruss, the Helghan Capital, has decimated the ISA invasion force. With no re-enforcements and supplies quickly running out, you must now fight against ruthless Helghast war machine alone.


  • Huge environments throughout the game, including nuclear wastelands, alien jungles, and arctic vistas. Levels are up to 10 times the size of those in Killzone 2
  • Fully enhanced game engine, with new optimized data streaming systems that will load texture and music content seamlesslyNew brutal melee system with a number of varied attacks
  • Control an arsenal of advanced weaponry, such as the Wasp missile launcher, in addition to trusty classics like the M82-G assault rifle
  • Face off against new breeds of fearsome Helghast enemies that wield a variety of new weapons and abilities
  • Vehicle gameplay is greatly increased, with players able to do battle from Intruders, using jet packs, and accessing a number of land-based vehicle options
  • Killzone 3 will support full stereoscopic 3D gameplay compatibility
  • Overall improved accessibility including better controls as well as much more varied Artificial Intelligence

Manufacturer's Description

Killzone 3 is the fourth release overall in the PlayStation 3 exclusive first-person shooter franchise, and contains the first integration of the PlayStation Move system into its gameplay. In it players continue the fight by a futuristic special ops team against the seemingly unstoppable Helghast Empire. Along the way players will learn more than ever before about the rabid Helghan culture, as well as become aware of an internal struggle in their ranks that may prove to be an important weakness. The game features full Playstation Move system integration throughout the game -- including the Move and Navigational controllers. Additional features include: the ability to carry two primary weapons, new melee and jet pack functionality and online multiplayer support.

Killzone 3 game logo

Continue the Fight Against the Helghast

Visari, the leader of the Helghast is gone, but the war is far from over. Helghast forces have mounted a devastating counterattack, prompting the ISA (Interplanetary Strategic Alliance) evacuation of planet Helghan. As new Helghast battalions appear, armed with more powerful weapons, ISA forces find themselves outmanned, outgunned and surrounded. Players of Killzone 3 will need to learn more about their enemy and use new tools to continue the fight.

PlayStation Move integration into Killzone 3 is one of these new tools. Although the DualShock 3 controller is of course supported, the two controllers of the PlayStation Move system (Move and Navigational) are also usable at every stage of the game. Use the Motion Controller as a site for your weapon and pointer that changes your view of the horizon onscreen, while the Navigational controller provides movement as well as auto-aiming functionality. The sensitivity of the Move controller can be altered via the game's setting menu. With a subtle gesture the Move Motion controller can also reload a weapon, pick up items and ammo on the battlefield, as well as unleash a brutal melee attack within close range of an enemy. Additional features of the game as a whole include: the ability to carry two primary weapons in addition to your piston and knife, jet pack functionality seen in earlier games, fully destructible environments and online multiplayer support.

Fighting in formation in Killzone 3
Battle the Helghast Empire in an all new play experience.
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Jet pack capabilities from Killzone 3
Increased vehicle gameplay, including aerial combat action.
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PlayStation Move

PlayStation Move offers a new and innovative gaming experience for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) system by fusing realistic, high-definition gaming along with accurate, intuitive control. Consisting of PlayStation Move motion controller, the PlayStation Eye camera and the optional PlayStation Move Navigational controller, the PlayStation Move controller system enables sophisticated motion control and immersive gameplay only possible on PlayStation 3.

Camera Peripheral

The PlayStation Eye camera is an integral part of PlayStation Move experience. The camera tracks the sphere of the Move motion controller in your hands to accurately read your every move. Crouch behind cover, or dodge an incoming attack - your movements will be accurately captured in-game. The camera has a fast frame rate for pristine video quality. It also has built-in microphones so that you can chat about strategies with other players, give in-game commands, or set up a private conversations with up to six friends.

Move Motion Controller

The cornerstone of the PlayStation Move system, the PlayStation Move motion controller combines advanced motion sensors, a dynamic color changing sphere, vibration feedback, and an easy-to-use button interface to provide the ultimate in motion-based gaming. Equipped with a three axis gyroscope, a three axis accelerometer and terrestrial magnetic field sensor, the PlayStation Move motion controller registers your precise movements by noting the angle of the controller in real-time and in 3D space via a constant connection to the PlayStation Eye camera. Highly sensitive movement tracking can be accurately traced back to the game, allowing intuitive gameplay as if the player is within the game. The PlayStation Move also features the familiar PlayStation controller button orientation, for seamless play from the very first use.

Move Navigational Controller

The PlayStation Move Navigation controller is a supplementary controller developed to further expand the experience that PlayStation Move games can offer. It can be used in most PlayStation Move games that require navigating an in-game character as it replicates the control features of the left side of DualShock 3 or Sixaxis wireless controllers into one's PlayStation Move experience. The PlayStation Move Navigation controller adds an analog stick, directional buttons and two face buttons into the PlayStation Move's control scheme. In addition, the Move Navigation controller contains the L1 button, L2 button and L3 button for actions and commands common in advanced gaming.

Key Game Features
  • Epic single player campaign with a gripping storyline and intense action
  • Battle your way through huge, diverse environments from alien jungles to harsh arctic vistas shown in incredible graphic detail
  • Face off against new, relentless Helghast enemies armed with more powerful weapons and abilities
  • Full 3D compatibility takes immersion to new heights, delivering a "boots-on-the-ground" experience like no other
  • Award-winning multiplayer mode returns, with added game modes, new vehicle gameplay, brutal close combat system, more powerful weapons, and a more accessible experience
  • New brutal melee system lets you get "up close and personal" with Helghast enemies for even more intense combat
  • Increased vehicle gameplay, including aerial combat action with ISA Intruders and jet packs

Additional Screenshots

Hand-to-hand combat from Killzone 3
Brutal melee functionality.
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The PlayStation Eye and playStation Move controller
PlayStation Move option.
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Multiplayer screen from Killzone 3
Online multiplayer.
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Taking aim at enemies from behind a gun turret in Killzone 3
Intense action & storyline.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Explosive Excellence 25 Mar. 2011
By Jay D
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I ordered this game elsewhere, GAME, because I needed the limited edition for £5 more when I bought it. However, for the current price of £[] at the time of writing this is a real bargain.

Whilst the story is lacking, quite frankly, the actual gameplay of the single player campaign is fantastic, the action never lets up and either something is exploding, something is shooting. On a more serious note the controls are incredibly tight, the aiming, the handling, movement, it's all so much smoother than Killzone 2 but without losing the feeling of weight.

The graphics in the game are utterly outstanding, as is the audio. I haven't played it in 3D yet, because I don't have a 3D TV, but it looks absolutely fantastic. The audio is almost worth buying a new sound system for quite frankly.

I also can't comment on move because it isn't worth buying yet in my opinion.

The crowning jewel of this game is the multiplayer though, I don't usually buy into multiplayer being the defining feature, but I make exceptions for Battlefield, and this. There's only 3 modes, Guerilla Warfare is your standard team deathmatch mode, Operations is a short miniature multiplayer campaign with 3 maps and serves little more than distraction. The real attraction lies in Warzone, an objective based multiplayer mode with larger maps, the mode will cycle between capture the flag, capture and hold, assassination, team deathmatch, seek and destroy. This may initially be jarring but soon you'll be dashing between defending or attacking objectives in a rush to try and sedcure your victory. The game demands teamwork for victory and is all the better for it, with classes geared for sniping/stealth, infiltration, the capturing of new spawn points and objectives, medical support, mechanical support.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Killzone 3- Almost perfect? 10 April 2011
By Luke H
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
So, two short years after the release of Killzone 2 comes Guerrilla Games follow up Killzone 3. However, does it shine as brightly as it's prequel or is this an overrated bookend to the franchise?

Killzone 3 picks up immediately after the end of Killzone 2. (Spoilers for KZ2). Having just shot Helghan Autarch Scholar Visari, Rico along with Sev and led by Captain Narville attempts to enact a desperate exit strategy from Helghan. However, things go awry, Sev and Rico are seperated and the ISA are stranded on Helghan for 6 months in an increasingly hopeless fight to survive.

At the same time two feuding Helghans, General Orlock (played by Ray Winstone) and Chairman Jorhan Stahl (played by Malcolm McDowell) compete in increasingly underhand tactics to gain complete Autarcratic control over the Helghan senate and the Helghast army.

The story, despite how interesting it may sound on the surface, is by far the game's weakest element. The protagonists Tomas 'Sev' Sevchenko and Rico Valasquez have never really been characters you could empathise with or support as they are either lacking any personality or defining character traits (Sev) or so annoying and horrible that you just want to shoot them and never have to interact with them again (Rico). Combine this with a story that is poorly plotted and paced and there isn't much hope for an interesting outcome.

In fact, it's long been said that the Helghast are a far more interesting and even likeable race. And I would have to agree. The only really enjoyable story elements can be found when the game (sparingly) decides to focus on the feuding Helghans. Malcolm McDowell and Ray Winstone give it everything, hamming it up brilliantly.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome all-out war experience 25 Feb. 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was lucky enough to get the game a day early so I've been playing it quite a lot and I played the beta before that so I know enough to say that this is a seriously awesome FPS. I was a big MW2 fan until the hackers took hold and I gave it up, so if you're a disillusioned CoD fan, this is the game for you.

In the multiplayer, there's no wealth of weapon/perk challenges to complete a la CoD. Some might not be satisfied with not seeing 'challenge completed' on your screen every five minutes, but for me it's what makes the game unique. The focus is completely on the warfare, the teamwork and giving the player a proper space-war experience. There is also less emphasis on what badge you've got or what level you're on, again putting the focus on the warfare rather than levelling up. I have also had no problems at all (touchwood) with the servers and have not been cut off once. I never even got cut off when I was in a game in the beta. Having also given up on BFBC2 because of their awful servers, this is a breath of fresh air.

The campaign is also worth playing. People complain that KZ doesn't bring anything new, that it's more of the same and it's short, but I think that misses the point. Again, it's about having an all-out visceral war experience and this really brings it. The story is simple, but what do you expect? This isn't Uncharted. It's about massive explosions, epic settings and killing loads of Higs. And who cares if the campaign is short? Everyone who has this game is going to be putting 50+ hours into the multiplayer and that's value for money. They've noticeably improved the voice acting too so it's not as tacky as KZ2. This is definitely one of the best FPS I've played and one of the best games on the PS3.
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