shark week, all week
Depth is one of the best games you may have never heard of, and we've gone hands-on with it and had a chance to chat to the team behind it. Check out both features!
inquiring minds
We chat with friend of the site Cameron Lee about Dragon Age Inquisition's endgame content, theorycrafting, tactical play and much more. Click here for our interview!
welcome to you're doom
AusGamers got a 15-minute live sneak-peek at the totally reimagined Doom at this year's QuakeCon. Read our in-depth first-look impressions right here!
highway to the danger zone
We caught up with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's game director, Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, to talk all things Witcher, monsters and open-world! Click here!
Post by Dan @ 04:04pm 23/03/09 | 0 Comments
Sony's exclusive and successful Resistance shooter series is heading to the hand held PSP, due for release in just a few short days - March 26th 2009.
Bend Studio has created an all new story, levels, weapons and enemies, as well as a proprietary targeting system that takes full advantage of the PSP control system. Their third generation PSP game engine pushes the system to its limit, allowing more detailed characters, special effects, and terrain that captures the look and feel of the Resistance universe on the portable system.
Sony have now released a series of new developer diary style trailers for the game. Unlike some of the previous, less flattering trailers, today's clips - with the assistance of developer commentary - provide a much better look at what's been done to bring the Resistance series to the small screen. Check 'em out.
More details and media for Resistance: Retribution can be found on our local game page.












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