The single biggest impression in my mind came from simply how well Killzone 3 already plays for a game so early that it doesn't even have a release window. While its predecessor bore the number two, it was the first game in the series on the PlayStation 3. Though undeniably gorgeous, I felt it got bogged down putting that show on the screen. Here the gunplay felt good. With just the basic assault rifle I could get shots from the hip more or less where I wanted, and then pop up the sights for a better targeted shot, draw a bead, and get off a couple placed rounds all in rhythm.