http://www.gametrailers.com/player/44579.html?type=wmv That is the intro cinematic, which is pre-rendered CGI; it was confirmed by a person from Guerilla Games. Every other cutscene is real-time/in-game. It's not playing a video of the disk, it's being rendered in real-time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIo6SszIiFg&fmt=22 http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO974-C-est-reparti-pour-un-tour.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO975-Gros-mais-pas-costaud.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO976-Personne-ne-danse-sur-ce-pont.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO989-Cache-cache-avec-l-ennemi.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO990-Une-grenade-dans-la-tete.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO991-A-nous-de-vous-faire-preferer-le-train.html http://www.jv247.com/games/667-VIDEO992-Lost-Helghan.html The videos above are all in-game, taken from the final review build of Killzone 2. As for gameplay, OPM UK has said that the gameplay matches the graphics: http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=206101 Also, some early reviews have been posted: OPM 5/5 OPM UK 9/10 OPM Spain 9.5/10 OPM Australia 10/10 OPM Netherlands 91/100 MEGamers.com 9.9/10 Gameplay Magazine (Croatia) 10/10 576 KByte (Hungary) 9.7/10 PSX Extreme (Poland) 9.5/10 Level (Sweden) 8/10 Hobby Consolas (Spain) 9.4/10 IGN 9.4/10 IGN AU 9.0/10 Eurogamer 9/10 Gameplayer 9.5/10 At the moment, it seems like Killzone 2 is going to be much better than Killzone 1.