NZGamer writes: "Opening with a kind of futuristic, airborne, Saving Private Ryan-style beach landing, my first hands-on foray with Killzone 2 didn't last much longer than that. Them Helghast are good shots! Dismounting our crash-landed transport, me and my buddies found a trio of the black-and-oranges around the first corner, and I just stood there like a Muppet as they showed me that he who hesitates, in the immortal words of Murray Mexted, is lost."
The Good: The sharp visuals are an absolute treat.
The Bad: The sharp visuals are an absolute... hey, I'm dead.
The Ugly: What's under the mask?