Lawrence.com: Killzone 2 was an achievement for Guerilla Games. Despite the title being in development for years in an attempt to match the graphical integrity of the impressive E3 2006 trailer, it managed to succeed with critics and gamers alike. After only a couple of years Killzone 3 boasts better graphics, 3D and Move support, jetpacks and I’m sure there’s a kitchen sink in there somewhere. While these new features are perfect to throw on a retail box, the real question is does it live up to Killzone 2’s overall quality? In terms of multiplayer, absolutely, campaign, not so much.