Sunday, November 12, 2006

Resistance: Fall of Man Ps3 has it's Killer App




Released on November 11, 2006 in Japan with US launch on the Ps3's November 17, 2006 launch date. 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. Players are challenged online and offline as Resistance: Fall of Man in a single player campaign, a co-operative mode and a full online onslaught. Multiplayer features 40 player support, more than a half-dozen game types, and the ability to play as humans or Chimera.

IGN Review 91%
"Fall of Man is one hell of an outstanding roller coaster ride that every last PS3 owner needs for day one. It's the multiplayer elements that truly ascend this one to the next level."

Gamebrink Review 91%

"The single player is a lot of fun but does have a few flaws, the multiplayer is to die for, and the audiovisual experience is definitely the best of all the PS3’s launch titles."

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2 comments:

fatherkrishna said...

Elderly,
You know my allegiances, and I was never going to be stood in the crowd, waving a flag and encouraging the success of the PS3.... However, the launch title looks good... But hey! We've been around long enough to know that frenzied crowds, impressive launch titles and a wee bit of innovation does not garantee longevity...
(I'm just trying so hard no to go "Dreamcast! Dreamcast!")
So instead I'll just note that I really need a Wii and leave it at that...

The Elderly said...

...Sony lost me as a customer about 3 years ago... since then they've done nothing to make me regret my decision. I do have some Wii flags around here somewhere though.......