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Killzone Trilogy Announced For October

A Killzone trilogy will be heading to stores on October 24th. Proud Heghasts and ISA enthusiasts will get a chance to replay all three games and every single DLC released for Killzone 2&3, making this a must have for all fans of the series.

The original Killzone is remastered in full HD and now has full trophy support. Killzone 2&3 will include all map packs previously released, that’s a total of 6 map packs for you multiplayer maniacs.

Check out the trailer after the jump.

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Killzone 3 Promo Video

Here is a live-action video to help promote Killzone 3 (well, more the franchise itself), which takes place before the war had broken out in the first place. It features two friends, one from each planet, and the obvious negative effects the atmosphere of Helgha has on its people through multiple phone calls. It’s definitely an interesting way of showing the progression of hatred toward the ISA before the war would, eventually, take place.

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Killzone 3 Voice Actors Keep It Classy

Ray “I’m here to kill your monstah!” Winstone and Malcolm McDowell (he was in God of War 3 you know?) are supplying their voice talents in the upcoming Killzone 3. Both are fine choices, Ray may have even managed to curb the cockney accent and continue to add to the Hollywood template that British guys make the best villains. Though Guerilla have a track record of this with Brian Cox (not the scientist) from Killzone 2, at least they’re keeping a nice consistency for the Helghast with quality British talent. Killzone 3 is out 22nd Feb in US and 25th Feb in Europe.

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Killzone 2 Going 3D!

You better believe it! Killzone 2 is going 3D, and theres a video that proves it! Thanks to the latest episode of Qore, we can now cease the doubting and begin the waiting for what is definitely one of the most exciting things that’s happening to gaming: 3D technology.

The Qore video also shows the other games that will be supporting Sony’s 3D technology, already previously reported, such as Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, Gran Turismo 5 and more. Video after the jump.

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