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Killzone: Shadow Fall Review | EmpireOnline

PlayStation devotees know exactly what Killzone is – a solid if unspectacular first-person shooter franchise – right? Not any more. Shadow Fall ups the ante so effectively that, at last, a Killzone game can be described as spectacular, and it does so by ripping out everything from its previous blueprint bar the red-eyed Helghast. (Killzone: Shadow Fall, PS4) 4/5

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