Technologizer’s Second Annual Game Awards

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The Shock and Awe Award for Best Visuals: Killzone 2

By most measures, Killzone 2 is a mediocre game. The plot is forgettable, and most of your time is spent crawling from one bland corridor to the next, popping enemies that look and act too similar. But all is forgiven when your character drops into a warzone, his camera shaking from explosions, pushing forward against an enemy line dotted with muzzle flashes and muddied by smoke and debris. Colorful environments be damned, the grit of Killzone 2’s muted browns and toxic reds left my eyes watering for more.

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  1. Isabella Edwards Says:

    my favorite character on the Plants Vs. Zombies game is none other than the Michael Jackson zombie.:;*

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