Fans have been asking for a sequel to Killzone Mercenary for quite some time. Two new rumors have begun to emerge surrounding a possible sequel to the PS Vita's best First Person Shooter. The VitaBoys take a look at the rumors.
Hope so, loved the first one
I feel like Sony shouldnt let the KZM engine go to waste. They said themselves the engine cost a lot to make and that is partly why thy were moving away from AAA expense games on Vita. But they have the engine. Optimise, and use it on a sequel or other games. That should lower the cost barrier at least. Hopefully Sony can surprise us with something. Its a pity about the Vita but I still love the device an the games coming for it.
Would be cool, but it's not happening. The video actually says that they found out the rumor was false.
Probably not. Sony has given up in the Vita.
I don't mind it, Merc 1 was what pushed me into buying a vita.
The Vita is just an indie console now.
I just played me some mercenaries yesterday, it's a good pick up and play shooter on the go.
the first game was amazing, but I really hope they are smarter with the release date this time. They launched KZ mercenary and tearway in the same weeks of call of duty, pokemon, and GTA5. Sony sent two amazing first party exclusives to the sales graveyard because of their awful timing.
Mercenary was the second best Killzone behind Liberation; I know a Mercenary 2 will be among the best, also. Please give us Liberation 2 as well! Vita needs these AAA titles and we want them!
coop and better story. MP is already legitimate. if not: make the MP more legit.
Thanks....for killing my dreams Q-Q
I own a PS Vita and I still haven't played the first one. Perhaps it's because they never lower the price on it. If they put the game on sale for a week I'd buy it, but I am not paying 35 or 40 bucks for a PS Vita game.
no one is stopping you buying it used on craigslist or best buy. I bought it full retail price and its an awesome game all around. It really brought an fps to the portable space
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