Dealspwn writes: "I’ve not mentioned the 3D on show on some screens for Killzone 3 and the main reason for that is that it was pretty disappointing. There was a little bit of extra depth, but I never exactly felt like the bullets were zipping past me at all. It didn’t help that the 3D TV kept turning its 3D mode off. The graphical resolution takes quite a hit too.
Forget that though, Killzone 3 doesn’t need 3D to become an essential game on our most wanted lists. Even at this early stage I can see how the controls have been tightened up and how the weapons feel a lot more effective than before. The on-rails sections and the inclusion of jump-packs help add some much needed variety to the game and hopefully we’ll see a few more surprising locations to go with this new frozen setting."