Insomniac Games held its third annual community day at the historic Egyptian Theater in Hollywood this week, and welcomed hundreds of diehard Insomniac fans with open arms, as well as open demo stations at which to play the developer’s two upcoming titles, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and Resistance 3.
The event also included retrospectives on the R&C series, big screen demos of All 4 One and R3 (a first in the theater’s history), a raffle to give away loads of Insomniac swag (i.e. limited edition vinyl statuettes of R&C, signed posters, concept art presentation boards, shirts, etc.), and a one-on-one interview with company founder, and industry legend, Ted Price, hosted by G4’s own Adam Sessler.
Insomniac also made the most out of being able to play games on a giant movie screen by demoing a new level from Resistance 3 for the first time. You can find out all about the walkthrough in our Resistance 3 “Boat Level” preview, and believe me you want to find out more about it.
In addition to announcing that composer Michael Boss (Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath, Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee) is doing the score for All 4 One, it was also announced during the event that Resistance 3 will receive 3D and Move Sharpshooter support, as seems to be the new standard for shooters on the PlayStation 3. We didn’t have a chance to see the Sharpshooter or 3D in action, but we did speak with Ted Price about bringing motion controls and 3D support to Resistance, and what it means to Insomniac to be able to meet and greet with its biggest fans:
Check out our photo gallery for images from the big community day, and if you were in attendance, be sure to share your Insomniac love in the comments section below.