Like many young Japanese males, 29-year-old Nanami Igarashi is working hard to establish his career as he lives with his girlfriend. His hobby, however, is somewhat unique.
In Resistance: Retribution, gamers return to the world of the Chimera invasion, guiding a disgraced Royal Marine as he fights to save Europe's last bastion for humanity.
Global Gaming and SCEA have teamed up to host a Resistance: Retribution tournament slated to give away $25,000 in Sony gear.
The fight between humanity and the Chimera spills over onto the PlayStation Portable next week with the release of Resistance: Retribution.
Resistance: Retribution could very well be one of the biggest PSP titles of the year, and now folks who pre-order from select retailers will get to play it a couple of months ahead of time.
It looks like that PS3 to PSP connectivity will add quite a bit of features to those of you who own Resistance 2 for the PS3 and buy Resistance Retribution for your PSP.
PlayStation Portable owners, you're about to get a bit more value our of your copy of Resistance: Retribution. If you also own a copy of Resistance 2 for the PlayStation 3 — and if you're actually going to grab Retribution, there's a good chance you'll have one — connecting your PSP to the PS3 will "infect" your copy…
I hung at Sony's swanky booth (there were blue lights and white shag carpets, ooh!) to take a look at the just-announced Resistance: Retribution for PSP, coming in Spring 2009. I got to pick the brain of assistant producer Caley Roberts to find out more about the title.
Sony's Bend studio is currently working on Resistance: Retribution, coming to PSP in Spring 2009. After showing that title, a third-person shooter faithful to the first game, Sony's Jack Tretton casually dropped a few more: