Resistance: Fall of Man for PlayStation 3

Resistance: Fall of Man

Nov 17, 2006
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Developer: Insomniac Games
Content Rating: Mature


Set in a frightening, alternate 20th century reality, Resistance: Fall Of Man delivers a unique blend of harrowing military action and unnerving horror. In mere decades, the Chimera -- a species of unknown origin propagating a virus that converts other life forms into more Chimera -- has overrun Russia and all of Europe. Humanity's hope for survival is slim, and the tide of the battle rests on the shoulders of U.S. Army Ranger, Sgt. Nathan Hale. Taking advantage of the PlayStation 3's processing power, Resistance has you experiencing a wide variety of horrifying creatures, physics-based weaponry, playable vehicles, smart enemies, and highly detailed and diverse environments.

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8 Reviews
Benjamin TurnerNov 15, 2006
It's got looks, it's got brains, it's got a lot of stuff to shoot. It doesn't revolutionize the genre or even introduce much new, but Resistance remains an utterly solid shooter that should keep you entertained for quite a while. It's an excellent introduction to the PS3 and points toward even greater experiences in the future.
Tom OrryMar 19, 2007
Resistance is unlikely to be remembered as fondly as shooters that will arrive later in the PlayStation 3's life, but as a launch game it ticks all the boxes. It looks great, features an action packed campaign, includes some splendid online support and generally points towards a great future for action games on the system. If you're picking up a PlayStation 3 Resistance Fall of Man should be high on your must buy list.
Game TrailersJan 10, 2007
The game teeters from a Call of Duty atmosphere to scraping its fingertips on Halo’s ceiling, while still cobbling a feel that is inspired, but infused with its own personality. It’s fantastic and clever, but never crosses over to the realm of the resplendent; due to some almost invisible irks like the status quo AI and the lackluster, if solid, presentation of the storyline. The multiplayer is the real deal, and is destined to sit on the throne of data packets for the PS3 for the foreseeable future.

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