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?
Resistance started out as a Halo clone. It was to be Sony's answer to Microsoft, the PlayStation's own sci-fi shooter and killer app. It was to sell millions and earn its own base of rabid fans.
Starting today, you'll be able to rampage your way through one of the PS3's best first-person shooters with a friend as Resistance 3 adds the all-new Brutality DLC pack. The add-on introduces a co-operative mode where two players face down wave after wave of Chimera aliens.
After the flawed Resistance 2, a game that drained the joy from the PlayStation 3's once very promising shooter series, Insomniac Games comes closer to hitting its target with its third game set amongst the human-Chimera war. All it took to get Resistance 3 back on track was a bullet in the head.
If you're playing Resistance 3, you've likely come in contact with the digital recreation of two Resistance super-fans, the winners of the "Get in the Game" contest. In fact, they're some of the first people you'll meet. So see where that impressive in-game beard originates.
The invasion is over, the Chimera have won, and the end of humanity is nigh. But wait? What's that cresting the horizon? Why it's the Resistance 3 Frankenreview.
We would never call master filmmaker Freddie Wong a sell-out. But, the use of the SharpShooter and the Resistance 3 setting (with animations by Insomniac Games), right as both are part of a big ad campaign, does make it seem this was, well, commissioned.
Insomniac Games made Resistance: Fall of Man, Resistance 2, and Resistance 3. What about Resistance 4?
The first trailer I ever saw for Resistance 3 was live-action. The most recent one I've seen is all stylish artwork inspired by the designs of artist Olly Moss. I usually like to see gameplay in video game trailers, but I'll make exceptions for trailers this cool. Resistance 3 will be out next month on the PS3.
Sony will be launching an entirely new Resistance game on the Vita titled Resistance: Burning Skies. Developed by Nihilistic Games, the studio behind PlayStation Move: Heroes and Starcraft: Ghost, Resistance: Burning Skies will head back in time a ways, taking place as the Chimera invade Earth.
While Resistance 3's single-player story sees players traipsing across the U.S., multiplayer is a trip around the Chimeran-infested world, with stops in Bogota, Colombia, Glamorgan, Wales, Africa's Republic of Chad, and this latest map, which takes the battle to the second largest town in the Northern Territory of…
At this year's E3 expo, Sony unveiled the PlayStation 3's "official 3D Display," a stereoscopic 3D package that packed in one monitor, one copy of Insomniac Games' Resistance 3, one HDMI cable and one pair of 3D glasses for $500. Things have changed.
The early access part of the beta for Sony's biggest exclusive first-person shooter of the holiday, Resistance 3, kicks off a week from today, on August 4. It will include two maps and two of the game's five muliplayer modes, according to the PlayStation Blog, which has details about how to get in it.
In case your curiosity hadn't gotten the better of you after Owen posted about Resistance 3's social networking tie-in over the weekend, here's the trailer for Global Resistance, a way to play a Resistance-like not-Resistance while not playing Resistance 3.
In today's Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Armstrongjx4 expresses his desire to see humanity fall to the Chimera in Resistance 3. Why? Because we expect to win.
Insomniac Games has launched the beta for a web-based strategy game called Global Resistance, described as a "massive strategy game," featuring all players battling on the same global map in a game offering crossover features with the upcoming console title.
There was supposed to be chaos. There was supposed to be confusion. There was supposed to be collapse. There's wasn't any, of course.
The nondescript opening scenes of Resistance 3 seemed to me to fit the game: Everything is brown, bland, boring. But as I fight my way from Oklahoma to St. Louis my take on the game changes, drastically.
Sony will bring single-use registration codes that grant access to online modes to the PlayStation 3 later this year in the form of the unofficially named "PSN Pass," the company confirmed today.