Killzone 3 is available for $78 at BIG W.
The first-person shooter genre is oversaturated with high quality titles such as Halo, Goldeneye, and Call of Duty: Black Ops, so what makes Killzone 3 worth your hard-earned cash?
Well, it's single player mode offers carefully scripted set pieces that are intense and exciting, and the multiplayer mode features interesting and varied maps. The game also features a class-based system that gives you a slightly different way to approach each battle royale.
Killzone 3 is the kind of game that rewards team play, and any game that finds a genuine role for the sniper in the modern environment of ultra-fast killfests deserves props. It all seems stable enough at this stage too, so those Call of Duty players distressed by the abundance of online problems that game is facing should find Killzone 3's siren song quite compelling.
Killzone 3 also looks gorgeous insofar as a warzone can be pretty. Veterans of the series will find a few new tricks to play with such as some pretty cool jetpacks. The weapons feel meaty, and the game controls are smooth, even with the Move motion controller. In fact, Killzone 3 is quite possibly the first genuinely compelling game to make Move support a core feature.
All this for just $78, with a saving of $31.95 on the RRP. Bargain!
Read our review of Killzone 3, or head straight to BIG W to add it to your collection.