Remember when we told you that Killzone 2 was dropping any hope of having a co-op mode? Looks like that mistake has cost Guerilla Games dearly. How so? In the latest issue of mens magazine Maxim, they review both 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand and the upcoming PS3 exclusive Killzone 2.
Maxim gave Killzone 2 a three and a half blue dotty things out of five stating the game was "the hottest girl at the ball, but not the best dancer."
Our boy 50? "A Wanksta-proof gem, Sand combines arcade-style collecting, 18 new music tracks, co-op play and a story that's Indiana Jones meets Scarface."
Final round Killzone 2 gray orange glowy eyed dude - you're TKO'd. Better luck next year! Proof positive that co-op triumphs all.
If that's not proof co-op makes better games, I don't know what is.