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This is the most satisfying satisfying FPS on the PS3. Much better than the Killzone franchise (only saving grace were it's graphics and Multiplayer).
I can't help but feel it wasn't until their final Resistance entry where ... [+] This is the most satisfying satisfying FPS on the PS3. Much better than the Killzone franchise (only saving grace were it's graphics and Multiplayer).
I can't help but feel it wasn't until their final Resistance entry where Insomniac knew what they wanted this series to be. The guns finally feel great, almost perfect. The magnum's ability to detonate its rounds lodge into the enemy's epidermis, the Rossmore shotgun's ability to light up foes, and that *expletive deleted* hammer... that *expletive deleted* sledge hammer man... arguably better than any wrench or crowbar you can find.
The single player of course lacked any real character development. Which I find odd because R&C has some very memorable and eccentric sapient creatures. But the overall the tone sells it. This is one of those few games where you can't take points off for it's dreary and colorless world(others being the first Gears and Killzone). However the game does change up things visually throughout. The apocalypse has never looked this depressing. The level design and pacing is PERFECT. Insomniac finally got it right.
Too bad it took this long to make a good Resistance game.
WTf!!! OMG! I was just playing the 2nd one the other day and telling my friend they should do a reboot....WELP!
Sony files trademark for "Resistance" in Europe