"The problem with having played so many first person shooters is that when a game like Killzone 2 comes around, it becomes increasingly difficult to surprise and woo me. I curse myself for having played what preceded it. Guerilla Games' meticulously crafted diamond isn't a particularly unique gem. Its cut doesn't distinguish itself from the pack, but its the polish and its precision will undoubtedly attract onlookers. And that's not to say that I see Killzone 2 as merely another first person shooter – I'm actually quite fond of it."