Nidzumi writes: "The original Killzone suffered from too much hype. Any game that gets dubbed as a 'Halo-Killer' already has way to much weight on it's back and the fact that the game was released with frame rate issues and glitches every other step didn't help much either. Killzone 2 was meant to be a fresh start for the series on a new platform but again was put under the scope after an over-impressive trailer that was boasted as being real-time even though it clearly wasn't. After a quick delay that served as padding between Sony's core titles over Christmas, Killzone 2 is finally seeing the light of day. But how close will it compare to the original trailer we saw nearly four years ago."