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Gamescom 2011: notes from the Sony PlayStation conference

The other interesting announcements from Sony 's before Gamescom conference last night, including Resistance: Burning Skies Escape Plan and dance party star

Although the PS3 was and PSP price drops on reporting dominates Sony 's press conference yesterday evening Gamescom there are a number of other small revelations and announcements. If you kept haven 't, here are the basics.

Resistance: Burning Skies


A completely new addition to the alien invasion FPS series, from the basics to a vita designed exclusively. Burning Skies acts as a prequel to the original Resistance title, following firefighter Tom Riley, who wakes up in a kind of nightmarish Chimera processing plant (Ellis Iceland, not less, drawing interesting parallels between immigration and invasion), escapes and becomes a folk hero of the growing human comeback . Armed with a fire ax, we see him batter his way through beasts troops, including Old Skool hybrids as well as new monsters.

The game looks great on the use of Vita \ make 's checks: The two drives allow for a standard console FPS interface motion, while the left shoulder button does an iron ight zoom in, as we' d expect. However, secondary weapons such as grenade launchers are controlled via a virtual button on the screen, and you can even jump over cover with Sixaxis controller to your console by jerks forward. The fragmentation grenade system is nice - you can move the screen, just tap it quickly lob, or hold to aim and to cook the grenade.


inFamous 2: Festival of Blood


'Undead Nightmares, but with Vampires,' is pretty much the recipe for this standalone PSN title, set to be released in October. New Marais is suddenly awash with vampires and series hero Cole McGrath has been bitten and infected; he now has one night to discover the lead vampire and destroy him. It is, as you could probably have guessed, a darker, horror-themed take on the open-world action adventure series, promising several hours of gameplay as well as new enemies. In the future, will every game have some sort of undead or fantastical DLC spin-off? Heavy Rain with werewolves?



Keith Stuart

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