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Submitted by nrvalleytime 549d ago | review

Review: Killzone: Mercenary (DarkZero)

"In some twisted, sadistic joke, Sony's Vita, which was heavily advertised for its dual sticks that were designed with the idea to help the system overcome its problems with controlling first-person shooters, has yet to receive a decent FPS game. The two big-named titles released for the system, Call of Duty: Black Ops – Declassified and Resistance: Burning Skies – which funny enough were developed by the same studio – weren't exactly a strong display for the handheld. Sony has decided to show how it’s done by developing Killzone: Mercenary at Guerrilla Cambridge, a team that is part of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, a collection of studios that are owned by Sony Computer Entertainment. This first party title has addressed the issue with the lack of a good FPS game on the platform by finally given Vita owners a solid first-person shooter." (Killzone Mercenary, PS Vita) 7/10

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