Top 40 Games From 2004

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35. Killzone

I didn’t experience Killzone until some time after its release, meaning I wasn’t bogged down by grandiose expectations. What I got was a pleasant shooter with a sizeable campaign and excellent graphics, especially for right in the heart of the console’s prime life cycle. The Killzone series was seemingly overshadowed by much larger shooter releases competing against each entry, with the first game starting that tradition. A casualty of circumstance.