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Killzone 2 does seem to lack full body awareness, which would be added in Killzone 3, but it still conveys the sensation of being anchored to the world. At least your character can cast shadows across the environment. Speaking of characters, the rest of the cast appears quite detailed for a first-person shooter, though they don't hold up quite as well as the weapon models.
From a perspective, it's clear that the texture work and shading look a touch dated now, but they still work within the artistic design of the game. The smooth animation of friendly and enemy characters adds tremendously to the presentation. Per-object motion blur is used on everything to enhance fluidity.
The shutter speed is low, but it remains mostly artefact free. Really, though, what makes Killzone 2 look so great in motion goes beyond individual animations and effects - it's the sheer volume of interactive objects in the world and the way they work in conjunction with combat that works so well.
There's also the selective destruction where a layer of geometry is applied to certain objects that can be blown apart during combat. It's limited but it adds a lot to the combat experience. Then there are some really nice sparks and other effects that bounce off surfaces realistically, while debris is generated from shooting stone and dirt.
It's the same story with enemy behaviour and animation. Inverse kinematics are present, allowing proper foot placement on sloped surfaces. Helghast foes flee for cover and generally behave in interesting ways. Compared to Call of Duty, where enemies would function as pop-up targets most of the time, the Helghast are active and move around during combat.
You can also shoot off enemy helmets and the way they react to heavy gunfire is just excellent. There's a sense of weight to the enemies lacking in many other shooters from this era. There are plenty of other cool visual effects included throughout that also deserve a mention. The scanline filter applied to various screens throughout the game is gorgeous revealing the individual RGB elements of these displays. Then there are the fake volumetric light shafts - this was made prior to things like screen-space crepuscular rays and true volumetric lighting would have been too demanding at this point, no doubt, though Naughty Dog did come up with a neat solution for Uncharted 3.
Some areas of Killzone 2 even use parallax occlusion mapping - a technique that only really became commonplace in the current generation. Killzone 2 was caught up in the unfortunate 'target render' debacle of E3 In this video, the DF team revisit Sony's contentious media briefing. It's the quincunx variety but, in this case, the slight blur is beneficial and helps produce a smoother, more filmic overall image, bolstered by the application of a layer of film grain.
Overall, Killzone 2 is a huge accomplishment in terms of bringing deferred rendering to the forefront, and in its use of cinematic special effect. There's just nothing else quite like it. Of course, that's not to say that everything is quite perfect. As impressive as the game looks, the frame-rate isn't always on point. Basically, the game targets 30 frames per second and it often reaches it but heavy combat sequences, can see noticeable drops, but at the same time, this is the PlayStation 3 and many other shooters from this generation, save for Call of Duty, struggled to hit 30fps.
Last gen was much worse in terms of holding a stable frame-rate than the PS4 and Xbox One are, that's for sure. So, with that in mind, performance isn't really half bad. Killzone 3, though, offers an improvement in this area. So, for all the visual talk then, how does the game itself hold up ten years on? Revisiting Killzone 2 is an interesting experience. This is a game built during the height of the Call of Duty craze where campaigns were often very linear and focused on very specific sections.
Killzone 2 somehow falls right between Call of Duty 4 and Halo. It's not as scripted and you have more agency to move around the battlefield during combat, but it lacks the wide-open feeling of Halo. It also has one serious problem that continues to plague the game to this day - input lag.
There is a ton of input latency in this game and it doesn't feel responsive to play at all, which made getting through it somewhat of a chore at points. Either way, this was never fully addressed until Killzone 3 which features much snappier controls all around. Indeed, the sequel revamps the Killzone formula significantly. There is a shift in focus from the heavily post-processed, oppressive look of Killzone 2 to something a little brighter.
There's more colour in the presentation, the MSAA has been replaced with post-process MLAA which results in a more aliased image with more shimmering, while elements like muzzle-flash shadows are mostly missing. Many of the smaller details in Killzone 2 have been eliminated in pursuit of a larger game world and a more complex mission design. It's a gorgeous game in its own right and the team made a lot of steps in the right direction, but it's lacking that certain spark that makes Killzone 2 feel so unique.
And with that in mind, it's such a shame that Killzone 2 exists solely on PlayStation 3. Across this generation, many of the greatest PlayStation 3 games received ports to PS4 and Pro - a 60fps collection featuring Killzone 2 and 3 would have been an amazing remaster to receive. For now though, Killzone 2 lives only on PS3 and there it will likely remain. It's not a perfect game and its initial reveal was misused by Sony, deceiving fans worldwide. However, with the final release, Guerrilla Games triumphed, delivering one of the most fascinating shooters of the generation.
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So they showed that trailer. Now the pressure was on to try and provide results. Ikram, who has worked on blockbusters like Uncharted 3 , Uncharted 4 , and The Last of Us , says development targets are most subject to change when working for the first time with brand-new hardware. In some cases, developers simply decide to go in a different direction after trying one approach, which works out well at times.
But the company opted to pivot to cel-shaded visuals for its next adventures starring Link, The Wind Waker and Breath of the Wild. Some fans found those decisions disappointing at first, but both games are among the best-loved entries in the series. Many mid-development changes are driven by necessity, not creative epiphanies. And I think a lot of the reasons why the game turned out the way it did is because we had to sacrifice so much.
Instead of having a smaller scope and focusing and concentrating and making it look amazing and feel amazing, we literally had to water down everything. I think it also gave our Sony executives the faith and confidence to keep feeding us. According to Ikram, the resolution and look of the Killzone 2 trailer was probably impossible to match in a game engine running in real time prior to the PS4.
So when the game was released, they were totally going to reference it. They were totally going to compare it. Sure enough, Killzone 2 became one of the best-reviewed titles on PS3 and also went on to be what was then the fastest-selling first-party PS3 game, moving a million copies worldwide within two months of its release.
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Chalice Dungeons are optional and provide additional content to the player. Gameplay is much the same as the main story in that it contains various areas and enemies that the player must overcome to complete the Dungeon. Each Chalice Dungeon contains multiple bosses that the player must defeat to progress through the Dungeon's levels.
Special types of lootable chests that are not found in the main story are hidden throughout the Dungeons, providing the player with the materials to generate more Dungeons. One major difference between the main story and the Chalice Dungeons is the world design. In the main story world of Yharnam, the design is open ended, more spacious, and is a mixture of indoor and outdoor environments.
Chalice Dungeons are only indoors, cramped, and contain many traits of a typical dungeon. The branching paths featured in the main story are still present in the Chalice Dungeons. Another important difference are the objectives. In the main story, players journey through many different locations with many different objectives. In the Chalice Dungeons, the player's basic objective is to locate a door, then find the lever to open the door, which is located elsewhere, and then battle the boss behind the door.
After the boss is defeated, the player enters the next area, which will be completely different, and completes the same goal. The cycle repeats at least three times before the entire Chalice Dungeon is cleared. Chalice Dungeons, like the main story, can be played alone or cooperatively with other players. Bloodborne takes place in Yharnam, a decrepit Gothic city known for its medical advances around the practice of blood ministration.
The player must navigate the streets of Yharnam during the night of The Hunt, and overcome its violently deranged inhabitants and horrifying monsters in order to stop the source of the plague and escape the nightmare. The game's first few moments are seen in a first-person view through the eyes of a Hunter; who sees that they are being operated on by an old man. The man explains that he is performing a blood transfusion , and tells the Hunter they've "come to the right place" in seeking a cure for their affliction, referred to only as Paleblood.
The screen goes dark momentarily before returning to the operating table as a large, flesh-torn, blood soaked beast rises from the floor and extends a claw towards the immobile Hunter. Suddenly fire appears and forces the beast's retreat; soon little creatures "Messengers" appear under the table and begin to cover the Hunter — the screen then cuts to black. After the player completes character creation, they re-enter the game in a standard third-person view, and the Hunter awakens on an operating table in a small clinic, different to the one they started in.
Upon exiting the room, the Hunter discovers they're in Yharnam, full of dangerous monsters and mysteries, and begins their journey. Shortly after their arrival in Yharnam, the player finds their first Lamp. They light it, and are transported to a spectral realm called the Hunter's Dream, which acts as both a sanctuary and workshop. Gehrman informs the player that in order to obtain the blood they seek and escape the dream, they must hunt down the various monsters plaguing Yharnam, and halt the source of the plague.
As the Hunter delves deeper into the city, they begin to learn its dark secrets, as well as the origin of the plague ravaging it. Long ago, the residents of Yharnam began worshiping ancient, eldritch cosmic beings known as the Great Ones after scholars from the College of Byrgenwerth discovered something referred to as a "medium" in the ruins of an ancient, highly advanced civilization that Yharnam was built on top of.
The Great Ones provided the healing blood Yharnam was famous for, which is also the source of the plague. He tells the Hunter they should seek the Healing Church because they were in charge of blood ministration and they may help the Hunter find Paleblood. However, midway through the fight, Gascoigne himself transforms into a hideous beast. After killing Gascoigne, the hunter moves on to the Cathedral Ward.
Having slain Vicar Amelia, now a beast, the hunter comes into contact with an artifact that sends them a vision, to seek out Byrgenwerth. Arriving there after defeating three enemies known as the Shadow of Yharnam, the Hunter slays Rom, a cosmic kin and near Great One. With Rom's death, the Hunter gains access to a higher degree of perception, and sees Queen Yharnam, an ancient being from the dead civilization who supposedly bore Mergo, the source of the nightmare.
With their new perception, the Hunter can venture to the previously hidden invisible village of Yahar'Gul, where the previously invisible Great Ones reside and were researched and worshipped by the radical Mensis Scholars, who were trying to build a vessel for a Great One, known as The One Reborn. After defeating it, the player accesses the spectral realm called Nightmare of Mensis, where the player finds Micolash, Host of the Nightmare and leader of the Mensis scholars, who has gone insane.
After killing him, the player encounters Mergo, who is the source of the nightmare, and Mergo's guardian, known as Mergo's Wet Nurse. Only after slaying Mergo's Wet Nurse, and letting Mergo die by extension, is the final phase of the game initiated. When the Hunter returns to the Hunter's Dream, Gehrman offers to free the player from the Dream and return them to the Waking World in the morning. At this point, three different endings are possible depending on the player's actions.
Choosing to accept Gehrman's offer unlocks the Yharnam Sunrise ending. Gehrman uses his scythe to behead the player, who then awakens in the real Yharnam as the sun rises. In the Hunter's Dream, the Doll bids the Hunter farewell and prays that they live happily, having finally escaped the Nightmare.
Choosing to refuse Gehrman's offer unlocks one of two endings; the second ending, Honoring Wishes , is the default ending for this case. To save the Hunter from being trapped in the dream, Gehrman initiates a battle with the player. After Gehrman is defeated, a mysterious being called the Moon Presence arrives and embraces the player, binding them to the dream.
Some time later, the Doll is seen pushing the player, now sitting in Gehrman's wheelchair, back to the workshop in the Hunter's Dream. The Doll remarks that a new Hunt will begin, signifying that the player has taken Gehrman's place in guiding other Hunters. Throughout the game, the player can find objects that are one third of an Umbilical Cord that forms when a Great One is trying to reproduce, often using a human being as a surrogate.
If the player consumes three parts of Umbilical Cord prior to refusing Gehrman's offer, the Childhood's Beginning ending is unlocked. After Gehrman is defeated, the Moon Presence arrives to bind the player to the dream, but the player resists and fights the Presence in a final battle. Upon defeating the Moon Presence, the player is transformed into an infant Great One, and is taken by the Doll to be raised as her own.
After discovering an item called "Eye of a Blood-Drunk Hunter", the player learns of the Hunter's Nightmare, where the first hunters are trapped, drunk with blood. While traveling through Yharnam, the player comes across the corpse of a strange Hunter. When the player searches the corpse, they are pulled into the Hunter's Nightmare, populated by both beasts and long crazed Hunters, by a lesser Amygdala.
The player can meet Simon the Harrowed Hunter, who tells them how the nightmare serves as a prison for hunters who have succumbed to their own madness and the scourge, and that this nightmare was conceived from a dangerous, scandalous secret. He then can assist the player throughout their travels.
After the battle, the player can choose to either tell the dying Ludwig of what has become of the Church and Yharnam, or lie and let him die happily believing that Yharnam has defeated the curse. The player can also kill the founder of the Healing Church, Laurence the First Vicar, after finding him on an altar in the nightmare version of the grand cathedral, now transformed into a burning Cleric Beast.
The player then continues on to the Research Hall, where they can learn from Simon that in order to find the secret of the nightmare, the player must reach the Astral Clocktower and kill Lady Maria, another original hunter and one of Gehrman's students, as well as the model for the Doll. After fighting their way through the "Living Failures" in the Research Hall, the player reaches the clocktower. Upon defeating Maria, the player reveals the secret she was protecting: the ruins of a fishing hamlet that had been pulled into the nightmare, and its inhabitants transformed into grotesque monsters.
While exploring the village, the player can come across a mortally wounded Simon, who then gives the player a key and his bowblade, and pleads for the player to end the nightmare. The player then discovers that the hamlet is the origin of the nightmare, the result of a curse placed on the Byrgenwerth scholars and their Hunter subordinates, who tortured and massacred the hamlet's inhabitants in their quest for knowledge, as the hamlet's inhabitants had a connection with the Great Ones.
As the player continues on through the hamlet, they eventually discover the beached corpse of a large creature, the Great One Kos, whose probable death at the hands of Byrgenwerth originated the curse. An infant Great One and the source of the Nightmare, the Orphan of Kos, suddenly emerges from the corpse's womb and attacks the player out of blind terror. After its defeat, the creature's phantom retreats to its dead mother's side and upon killing it, the Hunter's Nightmare is ended.
Development of Bloodborne began as development was being completed on the Prepare to Die edition of Dark Souls , released in August Sony Computer Entertainment approached FromSoftware concerning cooperative development on a title, and director Hidetaka Miyazaki asked about the possibility of developing a game for eighth-generation consoles. The concept of Bloodborne developed from there.
There were no connections to FromSoftware's previous titles, even though Miyazaki conceded that it "carries the DNA of Demon's Souls and its very specific level design". The game's Victorian Gothic setting was partly inspired by the novel Dracula ,  and the architecture of locations in Romania and the Czech Republic. Lovecraft 's Cthulhu Mythos series of surreal horror stories, and applied similar themes into the game. This need for high-end hardware, and the fact that the PlayStation 4 was presented to the company first, was the reason the game was a PS4 exclusive, rather than a cross-generation release.
Story details were more plentiful than in the Souls games, though the team created a larger mystery at the heart of the story to compensate for this. To balance this out, the team created a more aggressive combat system focusing on both action and strategy. They also wanted to alter the penalties for death used in the Souls games as they did not want the game to be classified as being for hardcore gamers.
Because it would fit well into the game's setting, and that it would consequently be less accurate than modern models, guns were eventually included. Bloodborne ' s soundtrack was composed by a mix of Japanese and Western composers. The soundtrack contains over 80 minutes of original music by Tsukasa Saitoh, Yuka Kitamura, Nobuyoshi Suzuki, Ryan Amon, Cris Velasco and Michael Wandmacher and features performances by a piece orchestra and a member choir.
Screenshots and a gameplay trailer of the game were leaked on the Internet weeks before the official reveal, under the title of Project Beast. Bloodborne was announced at E3 , where a trailer was shown. In January , Bloodborne became Game Informer 's readers' most anticipated game of It takes place within a world where hunters of the past are trapped, and features new weapons, outfits, and items.
A limited collector's edition was launched with the game. It includes a SteelBook case, a hard cover art book, and a digital copy of the game's soundtrack. An Asian edition includes a letter opener modeled off of the in-game weapon, the Kirkhammer. A PlayStation 4 bundle is also available in Asian regions.
Sony Denmark teamed up with Danish organization GivBlod in order to encourage blood donations through a program where donators who donated on March 23, , would receive a chance to win Bloodborne as a gift. Bloodborne received "universal acclaim" from critics, according to review aggregator Metacritic.
He also praised its challenging gameplay, which he compared to the Souls series, as well as its intimately-realized story, high replay value, deliberate, rewarding and fast-paced combat, sparse storytelling and satisfying weapon customization. He was also impressed by the well-crafted boss battles, unique enemy-design, and soundtrack.
He also praised the multiplayer for extending the longevity of the game, and the game for allowing players to learn and adapt throughout a playthrough. Edge wrote that it was a "dazzling work of dark, abject horror that cements Miyazaki as one of the all-time greats. The numerous changes, many in service of a faster and more aggressive playstyle, might not be for everyone, but if you embrace that shift, you might well have a new favorite in the From Software canon. He also praised the sound-design of the enemies, the difficulty, which he compared to Dark Souls II , and the melee-based weapons featured in the game for allowing transformation during battle.
Regarding the survival horror portion of the game, he stated that it succeeded in making players feel disturbed. The interconnected design of the game world is also praised for making discovery rewarding. He also praised the game for delivering a sense of progression and offering players motivation to finish the game, as well as the narrative for "intertwining with geography of Yharnam". However, he criticized the game's non-divergent class system, as well as the specialization, as he stated that "lack of magic, miracles, pyromancy, archery, heavy, medium, and light options discourages experimentation.
Destructoid 's Chris Carter called it "the most stable Souls game to date", he praised the game's emphasis on melee combat and raw skill, as well as the game's interesting NPCs, sidequests and interactions. He criticized the game's less-inspiring setting and environment design, limited competitive multiplayer, low replay value, as well as the occasional blocked area in the game, which he stated "feel less sprawling and less replayable" than previous FromSoftware games.
He summarized the review by saying that " Bloodborne is an interesting mix of everything FromSoftware has learned throughout its storied developmental career. FromSoftware is still one of the only developers left that makes you work for your satisfaction, and Bloodborne is damn satisfying. Though extended load times and minor frame-rate hitches have an effect on the pacing, it's otherwise an intensely challenging and rewarding game.
There's an incredible power to unlocking its mysteries, and in succeeding, despite its demand for a pound of your flesh. Game Revolution 's Nick Tan was more negative than most, criticizing the restrictive builds and the unreliable firearms. He also noted that the game suffered from lock-on and camera issues. He summarized the review by saying that "Though not as refined and freeform as some of its predecessors, it continues in the longstanding Souls tradition of lending credence to challenging games and making the seemingly Sisphyean task of conquering ruthless, malformed monstrosities possible and downright commendable.
He also praised the game's environments, enemies, and weapons, as he thought they were well designed and offered the player freedom and variety. McWhertor's main criticisms were concerning the load times and technical issues.
He found that the game performed noticeably worse when playing with another player, saying that the frame rate "takes a hit". He also found some mechanics and items confusing, and disliked the fact that there are many loading screens in quick succession. The game sold , physical retail copies within the first week of release in Japan,  ranking first place within the Japanese software sales charts for that particular week.
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