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PS3 Halo-Killer Killzone 2 To Be Shown At E3
Posted on June 25, 2007 by Victor Dangelo

News is coming out that the PS3 killer app Killzone 2 is set to be shown at E3.

The game is going to be shown to the gaming world during an invite-only pre E3 event.

The event is expected to have about 150 invited guests attending to see the game in action. The expectation at this point is that Killzone 2 is going to be shown in a playable form.

What this form is going to be is not yet known because it is not known whether it will be a single-player demo, multiplayer, etc.

Also it is not known what the game will look like as it has not yet been shown in any form since E3 2005 when the game was unveiled in a video-form showcasing amazing photo-realistic visuals which many stated could not actually be achieved in playable gameplay.

Sony has the invite-only event going against the Microsoft keynote event as well in an attempt to steal thunder from the Xbox 360 and Microsoft. It seems that Killzone 2 will be ready to try and steal the show at E3 2007.

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Killzone 2 KILLZONE 2
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: Guerrilla Games
Genre: Shooter
ESRB: Mature 17+
Release: 2009-02-27
Wished: 6
PCN Rating: 8.9


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