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Sony hears you, loud and clear. You want to play a proper first-person shooter on the go, with real controls and everything – none of that virtual thumbpad shit. Well, Resistance: Burning Skies is certainly that. It's a recognizable part of Sony's sci-fi franchise, which sees 20th-century history diverted and converted by a snarling platoon of alien origin, and...

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Nihilistic becomes nStigate, steps away from retail game development

Black Ops: Declassified and Resistance: Burning Skies developer Nihilistic Software is reorganizing and reforming, with a focus on moving from retail game development towards downloadable, online, and mobile markets. The California-based company today announced it's renaming itself as nStigate foll...

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Sony: 'No definitive plans' for Resistance series, no games currently in the works

The folks who created the Resistance series, Insomniac Games, are no longer working on it. This much we know. But what of Sony? The Japanese publishing giant owns the intellectual property rights to the Resistance series – as evidenced by the recent release of Resistance: Burning Skies on Vit...

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Resistance - Burning Skies review: Hot air

Sony hears you, loud and clear. You want to play a proper first-person shooter on the go, with real controls and everything – none of that virtual thumbpad shit. Well, Resistance: Burning Skies is certainly that. It's a recognizable part of Sony's sci-fi franchise, which sees 20th-century his...

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PSN Tuesday: Resistance: Burning Skies, Gravity Rush demo, Rayman Origins

We hope you've kept your Vitas charged, because this week, there's stuff you can do with it. Resistance: Burning Skies is available on PSN, as is the demo for Gravity Rush. Try it and see what we were talking about! Speaking of excellent games, Rayman Origins is now available digitally on PS3 for $...

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Resistance: Burning Skies has a disease for your Vita

When Resistance: Burning Skies arrives later this year on the PlayStation Vita, it brings with it a virulent infection. Moreover, said infection passes easily via the Vita's Near functionality, as explained in a recent interview featured on the US PlayStation Blog....

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Resistance: Burning Skies trailer shows off multiplayer

The Chimera's out of the bag now, so enjoy this Resistance: Burning Skies trailer showing off some of the features in what looks to be a comprehensive multiplayer offering....

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Resistance: Burning Skies multiplayer page revealed, removed

What's that, PlayStation Vita owner? You want to know more about multiplayer in Resistance: Burning Skies? Unfortunately, it seems that Sony isn't ready to share that info quite yet. After updating its game page with scant details on the game mode – Wi-fi-based "8-player online multiplayer ac...

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Resistance: Burning Skies trailer pulls out the big guns

New York City fireman Tom Riley has plenty of weapons at his disposal in Resistance: Burning Skies, which launches on the PlayStation Vita on May 29....

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Resistance: Burning Skies on PS Vita May 29

What better way to compliment your seasonal barbecues than with some nicely roasted Chimera? Nihilistic Software's Resistance spin-off, Resistance: Burning Skies, is gearing up for an early summer launch on PlayStation Vita. May 29 marks the fifth coming of the Chimera in New York City. Resistance:...

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Defend George Washington's good name in new Resistance: Burning Skies clip

Beyond associating New York City's George Washington Bridge with exorbitant toll fees and the inanity of driving in Manhattan, we can't think of the bridge without respectfully recalling our country's first president. Well, that and the Chimera's first East Coast push into the US, obviously....

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