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Wednesday
Aug082018

Insomniac has ‘no plans’ to produce another ‘Resistance’ game

If you’re still holding out hope that Insomniac Games will release another Resistance game, unfortunately, you’re out of luck. The developer has no plans to make another version of the shooter series. James Stevenson, community director for Insomniac told Finder, “Oh wow, if I was a betting man? It feels like it’s a longshot to me. But I have learned over the years to never say never. I think there are a lot of people out there that have fond memories of a Resistance game from the PS3 era, but yeah, never say never, it’s just that we have no plans to make another Resistance game in the future.”

The last Resistance game came out in 2011. But while Insomniac doesn’t have any plans, Stevenson points out that Sony owns the IP and if they wanted, they could return to the series. “It’s actually Sony that owns the IP and owns that universe. So I guess if they were really passionate about making Resistance 4 and we couldn’t or didn’t want to do it, Sony could totally engage another developer. But that would be up to Sony, not us.”

Friday
Jun222018

Nissan seeking next Gran Turismo racers

Nissan is looking for the next generation of fast PlayStation gamers with a new program that gives thousands of racers the chance to compete in an official FIA championship.

The top Nissan drivers in the FIA-certified Gran Turismo Manufacturers Series Championship – conducted on the new Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation game – will win a trip to the NISMO Festival at the Fuji International Speedway in Japan and to the Tokyo headquarters of Polyphony Digital, the developers behind the game. An additional winner from the Nissan GT Sport Cup eracing competition in Europe will also be selected.

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Tuesday
Jun132017

E3 2017 - Sony unveils new Spider-Man game slated for 2018

Sony Entertainment has its big E3 event in LA and among the various games and titles previewed was an all-new Spider-Man game coming in 2018.

"Spider-man", is being developed by Insomniac Games, the group behind PlayStation offerings such as "Resistance" and "Ratchet & Clank". It puts the player in the point of view of Spider-man, this time it is the Miles Morales incarnation of the character. Style of play is like Batman: Arkham City, where using stealth, spider-sense, and web-shooters makes it possible to get around the city, subdue perpretratros and mount various combination moves.

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Sunday
Oct162016

Sony rises up to Nintendo, also plans to release games on iOS and Android 

Following Nintendo's foray into mobile gaming on smartphones, Sony has announced that it is releasing five new games on iOS and Android by the year ending 2018. This signifies a shift in Sony's mobile strategy, it's onw PS Vita handheld is five years old and while popular in hardcore gaming circles is seen as redundant to current smartphone gaming experiences. 

The games will come to Japan first,where mobile revenues account for over half of the country's games market. Sony is currently relying exclusively on PS4 games and accessories for revenue and recently jumped headfirst into the VR game with the Sony VR suite, but it needs other areas to compete in.

Source: AppleInsider