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Submitted by MKGaming 470d ago | review

Review: Killzone Shadow Fall - MKGaming

MKGaming - "When the PS3 was launched, Killzone 2 was a big part of the hype train, and things haven’t changed for the PS4. Killzone Shadow Fall is Sony’s first monster first party title, showcasing all the new tech in all its bloom lighted glory. It’s a decent showing, with a fun campaign, and solid, inventive multiplayer, even if it does have a few niggles that mar the experience." (Killzone: Shadow Fall, PS4) 7/10

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