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Interview: Getting portable in Resistance: Burning Skies


7:30 PM on 04.28.2012



Last week, I went out and shot some gross aliens in Resistance: Burning Skies, the first honest-to-goodness FPS to hit the Playstation Vita. While there, I spoke with Nihilistic Games' Charles Henden, who's a gameplay programmer on the multiplayer portion of the game.

It certainly looks like a promising title, but you don't have to take my word for it -- go read Abel's preview too.






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