Killzone Shadow Fall (PS4) Review


“Frustrating is how Guerrilla Games refuses to shock. Helghan are an oppressed people, yet even in their crusade for planetary freedom, they exist as targets. Their eyes glow a heinous orange as if anyone would openly accept their company. Most struggle with tattoo culture, let alone luminous eyes draped in black. Levels guide Kellan into camps where soldiers beat and threaten even their own, depicting cultural barriers denying freedoms or livelihoods. An undercurrent of feeling should protrude from a mother’s desperate cries as she verbally assails Kellan from the door of her makeshift home. Instead, it becomes another level of violence. These are not an innocent people.”

Read my full Killzone Shadow Fall review at Classic Game Room


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