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Resistance: Burning Skies
Game Description: Set just before the events of Resistance 2, Resistance: Burning Skies casts players as a a firefighter named Tom Riley who must face down the invading Chimeran forces with a host of high-powered weaponry and, of course, his trusty axe.
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    Resistance: Burning Skies Multiplayer Hands-on Preview -- Pocket-Sized Buddy Slaying

    The Resistance series makes its Vita debut with Burning Skies, and based on our first hands-on look at the multiplayer portion of the game, the transition is coming along nicely.

    Posted: Apr 12, 2012


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    Resistance: Burning Skies Hands-On Preview -- The First Genuinely Fun Handheld Shooter?

    Insomniac Games' epic shooter series comes to the PlayStation Vita, and we take our first hands-on look at what is shaping up to be the best handheld installment in the series to date.

    Posted: Aug 18, 2011


  • Resistance: Burning Skies Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: April 12, 2012

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