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Submitted by Cloudberry 693d ago | review

Killzone: Mercenary Review | Destructoid

Jim Sterling writes "Killzone: Mercenary could have stood to provide more content, but that which is on offer is all very well polished and plays almost impeccably on Sony's latest handheld venture."

"Distinguishing itself as the first Vita FPS to really showcase the system's strengths, this is one of those ambitious titles the system can be proud to showcase, proving that a console experience can not only work in the handheld space, but be damn fun without suffering too much in the way of compromise." (Killzone Mercenary, PS Vita) 8/10

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