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Post by Dan @ 02:20pm 09/08/11 | 2 Comments
Sony and Insomniac Games have revealed another new multiplayer map for their upcoming shooter Resistance 3, taking the sci-fi struggle to defend the Earth to the Australian outback city of Alice Springs. From PlayStation.com:
Australia has always had an interesting place in the lore of Resistance, being the site of a gigantic refugee camp called Avalon One, and for years remaining a safe Haven even as Europe fell.

Unfortunately, the enormous amount of refugees strained food supplies, and Civil War erupted in 1952. Eventually, as with everywhere else on the planet, the Chimera arrived. Now the remnants of civilisation on the continent fight back in one of the most inhospitable climates to the Chimeran menace.

The Alice Springs map is an Insomniac favourite for its small town feel, with many small interiors perfect for close-quarters combat.
Watch the video below (or click here for HD) for some outback gameplay action.

Resistance 3 is due exclusively on PlayStation 3 on September 8th 2011.




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Chuckeh
Posted 05:57pm 10/8/11
interesting, though even if in an alternate universe, it does not in any way resemble alice springs
Enska
Posted 06:02pm 10/8/11
Lulz, I thought the same thing. Resistance is set in the 50's or something but isn't it?
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