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Report: Killzone 2 was meant to actually be 3


Killzone 2 was originally planned to be Killzone 3, one of the game’s designers has revealed, letting loose the thought that a Playstation 2 entry for the franchise was cancelled. Talking about his career with Pixel Enemy, ex-Guerrilla Games’ David Goldfarb, the now-game director for Payday 2, revealed that he “was the first designer on what was originally Killzone 3 ... Read More »

Soul Calibur II HD Online revealed, trailer inside


Namco has announced that a revamped, HD version of their hit fighter will be hitting Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 soon, through Playstation Network and Xbox Live, respectively. Named Soul Calibur HD Online, it will feature never-before-seen online play. As we can figure out, Link won’t be making a comeback, since there’s no Nintendo version planned. Xbox’s Spawn is not ... Read More »

Zone of the Enders HD Collection coming October 30; packs MGR:R demo


Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 players can get their hands on Konami’s first two Zone of the Enders games, released on the Playstation 2 in 2001 and 2003, on October 30. The collection is “fully remastered”, boasting high-grade visuals, along with full trophy and achievement support. The collection will also pack a Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo with it, with ... Read More »

Killzone Trilogy confirmed


Guerrilla Games confirmed that Killzone Trilogy is indeed happening. The package will include the PS2 title that kicked off the franchise, aptly named Killzone, in glorious HD with full trophy support. Playstation 3′s titles, Killzone 2 (2009) and Killzone 3 (2011) will also be included in the bundle, along with all their DLC. Specifically: Killzone 2 Map Pack Bundle Steel ... Read More »

PS2 Hits 150 Million Sold Worldwide

In the current console generation, we have what you’d call ‘fanboy wars’ raging on gaming websites across the internet. That’s partly because there’s no clear leader in the race (save the Wii), so fans of Sony are always talking up the PS3′s library, while Xbox 360 gamers turn to Xbox Live as their ‘superior’ online service. But back when the ... Read More »

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