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Resistance: Burning Skies Multiplayer Preview

Posted by nintendo3DS , in Check this Game Out, Sony, Trailer 16 April 2012 · 490 views

Resistance Burning Skies Resistance Burning Skies Multiplayer Sony PS Vita FPS
Many hardcore FPS players play their FPS's on consoles instead of handhelds because of Dual Analog sticks. Now that the PS Vita has been out for 3 months now, it will see its first First Person Shooter on May 29, 2012.

Resistance: Burning Skies will have three modes in the online multiplayer consisting of: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and an as-of-yet mode called Survival. The game will support up to 8 players for 4 vs. 4 games as well as 2 vs. 2 games across six maps set in various locations of New York City. As in most regular games like Call of Duty and Battlefield, players can accumulate XP through kills, with killstreaks offering XP bonuses. Progression allows players to level up characters and unlock new upgrades for their weapons. Voice chat will be supported in the online multiplayer portion of this game; you can just simply talk to your Vita using the built in microphone to yell at your enemies online. You can do actions in this game like you can in most games; to melee in this game, you simply tap the touchscreen and then you will be stabbing something/someone instantly. To throw a grenade, you use the front touch screen. To run, you simply double tap the rear touch pad on the Vita.
With analog sticks, D-pad, face buttons, two trigger buttons, touch screen, and a rear touch pad, this game looks like it will be a handhelds first true First Person Shooter.

Here is the multiplayer trailer. Warning: Do not watch if you find killing people offensive.


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