1- A military term describing an area
of ground that
is well defended, possibly including
pre-sighted machine guns, mortars, artillery, as well as a variety of obstacles
such as razor wire and tripflares. (Weapons will
be presighted to these obstacles
, as approaching troops will
get caught in them, making
them ideal targets.) This creates a literal "killing zone," hence the name.
2- A recent FPS for the playstation 2. A decent
can be accurately described as "Call of duty in space." This fun and well-rounded (although linear) game is unfortunate enough to have been over-hyped
as a "Halo-killer" which is nothing more than a kiss of death, as now everyone, especially reviewers, will
try to campare it to Halo, and of course, find this game lacking.
(And yes, I've played killzone. It's good, but not to the scale of Halo.)
1- "With our platoon support weapons pre-sighted to these tripflares, we've created a fairly night-effective killzone."
2- "Killzone's no Halo-Killer, but it's still a really good