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Submitted by RocknRolla 344d ago | review

OXCGN’s Killzone Mercenary Review

OXCGN:

Since launch the Vita’s lineup of games has been missing one thing; a first person shooter, capable of using the Vita’s portability and features to create a great on the go shooter experience.

Games like Call of Duty and Resistance have tried unsuccessfully to do this, but finally, in Killzone Mercenary, the curse of bad handheld FPS games has been broken. Mercenary is a true success in it’s portable format.

Killzone Mercenary is the first Killzone game to be made by Guerrilla Cambridge, usually developed by Guerrilla Games.

They have done a great job of keeping the feel of the Killzone games in both the single and multiplayer, while still diverting from the core storyline of the series to create a new experience for fans of the universe. (Killzone Mercenary, PS Vita) 8/10

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