It's time to shut the door on the least memorable shooter franchise of the previous generation. Online services for Resistance: Fall of Man and its two sequels will cease functioning on April 8. Surely someone out there is sad?
We finally saw the actual PlayStation 4 during Sony's E3 press conference on Monday, and we got sneak peaks at the console's upcoming games, some of which will be launch titles. But how do those games compare with the PS3's launch titles? Let's take a look.
Colorful. Bright. Cartoonish. These are all adjectives used to describe the light-hearted and airy adventures found in Insomniac's Resistance series. What happens when Nintendo's dark anti-hero Link comes on the scene? Glorious chaos.
Insomniac Games, developers of Ratchet & Clank and Resistance, takes another look back at a game that never was. In this case, it's the original vision for Resistance: Fall of Man, formerly a time-traveling World War I shooter.
Big speculation is that tomorrow's "surprise Sony Sequel" is Resistance 3, but if it is - a) Insomniac's community manager is not saying and b) even if it were, the studio is also working on a second game.
Sony and Insomniac Games are giving it away tomorrow, with snazzy Resistance 2 themes and map packs ripe for the taking. Slow down, PlayStation Store looters. Everyone will get theirs — just relax.
Insomniac Games delivers the second Resistance just two years after the PlayStation 3 launched with the original, armed with a full clip of marketable bullet points.
Eurogamer.tv got their hands on, uploaded, then pulled some previously unseen footage of Insomniac Games' Resistance 2. Like all things leaked, it's made the rounds, with a YouTube version of the PlayStation 3 game's trailer still available for curiosity seekers. The trailer, which opts for spooky narration in lieu of…