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Killzone: Liberation

Platform(s): PSP
Genre: Action
Publisher: SCEA
Developer: Guerrilla
Release Date: Oct. 31, 2006

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'Killzone: Liberation' (PSP) Additional Features Announced

by Rainier on Sept. 5, 2006 @ 3:21 p.m. PDT

Featuring an intelligent third person camera system, Killzone: Liberation allows players a more tactical surveillance viewpoint to view their action and read the enemy's behavior during gameplay. Set in an intense postmodern war reminiscent of the previous PlayStation 2 title, Killzone: Liberation features the unique graphical style to showcase pure grit and realism. During gameplay, players will have access to variety of weapons that are unique and innovative, inspired by modern military equipment.

Taking full advantage of the power of PSP, Killzone: Liberation comes packed with features including the single player mode, game-share capabilities, a unique third person viewpoint, providing players with a more strategic perspective to take in all the action, as well as a Tactical Command System, in which players can give orders to an AI buddy during intense stand-offs with the enemy. There are also a variety of six-player Ad-Hoc multiplayer modes including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Assault and Capture the Flag thereby offering the diversity that Killzone fans and PSP owners are expecting.

The game launches on October 31st, 2006, simultaneously to the official community website at, promising to be one of the most interactive PSP websites to date. Here players will be able to access un-lockable content, construct their own profile, maintain friend lists and track their own personal achievements.

Shortly after the game's launch the Infrastructure mode with two new multiplayer maps will be available as a free download from the official site. This mode will deliver the same level of functionality as the Ad Hoc mode but will allow Killzone fans to test themselves against players across the globe. Also available after the game's Halloween launch will be a new chapter of the game, extending the storyline beyond the UMD experience. The chapter will contain four additional missions, new challenge games and multiplayer maps

Until then, however, fans will be able to hone their skills on some of the latest features that make this version of the game such a unique proposition.

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