For The Glory of Helghan

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The Helghast language font from Killzone 2
Info: Created on 11th June 2010 . Last edited on 12th June 2010.
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9 Comments

Maybe you can give us a small explanation about this font

I can't read it... but I LOVE those glyphs... look very sharp

NICE ONE
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 12th June 2010
I'm exactly like Upixel. I Love these shapes. It makes me think to mix of ultra modern japanes fonts and something from redskins imagery
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th June 2010
very cool!i was makin one, but, a not too good one...conrats man, very cool!
Comment by mevryk 14th December 2010
Cool! I'm with Upixel and neurone on this one. Nice and sharp looking!
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 14th December 2010
Thanks!
Comment by Wilhume 3rd February 2011
Thanks
Comment by iGunslinger 10th February 2011
Comment by elmoyenique 10th February 2011
Awesome font. Thnx!
Comment by NOFEARXTR 1st August 2011
I never knew THIS font could be downloaded. o.o
Comment by The Stig 15th August 2011

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