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Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelResistance: Retribution, PSP
DateFeb 2013
Features
PlatformPlayStation Portable (PSP)
GenreShooter
Language versionEnglish, Spanish
DeveloperSony Bend
Release date (DD/MM/YYYY)18/03/2009
PEGI rating16
PublisherSCEE

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gadgetrepublic.com
Reviewed on 2009-07-22
Vive la résistance! Resistance Retribution is the third game in the Resistance series and the first to appear on the PSP.Being a new comer to Resistance's particular brand of apocalyptic future I felt it necessary to dig up the cut scenes from the two ...
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yetanotherreviewsite.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-05-15
The gameplay mechanics are spot on, its a great entry into the Resistance series.Like the console games the Resistance backdrop is more intriguing than the actual story being presented. The multiplayer is plagued with hackers.
“I have to save Rhaine”” Pretty Women are kinda hard to come by.” (James Grayson)The best thing about Resistance Retribution is the simple fact that Bend put so much effort into making the experience so versatileResistance Retribution marks the third r...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2009-05-14
Looks phenomenal, Excellent controls, Great gameplay valueSlightly repetitive, but fun
Theres something so fundamentally disorienting and messed up about playing a first/third-person shooter with just one analog stick. It feels like playing a Spanish classical guitar with your toes - no matter how hard you try, it just doesnt feel natu...
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destructoid.com
Reviewed on 2009-05-12
Resistance: Retribution has been getting a lot of love for taking all the features of a console game and transporting it to the handheld realm of the PSP. The fellows at Sony Bend have done a great job indeed of cramming a huge amount of content into ...
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brighthub.com
Reviewed on 2009-05-10
Resistance: Retribution definitely ranks high in the annals of the Insomniac series and adds an amazing story line to an existing history that began in Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 Game Console titles, but can stand alone as a PSP video game for gamers ...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2009-05-01
The Resistance franchise has had an up and down time over the past few years. Tagging along with the launch of the PS3, the first game became one of the most anticipated and successful titles of the launch period. Last year the second next-gen game ...
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gamechronicles.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-19
The Resistance franchise was born with the launch of the PS3 back in November of 2006. It was supposed to be Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s Halo franchise and with veteran developers, Insomniac behind the scenes it turned out to be a surprisingly good F...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-04-16
Amusing dialogue, clean and crisp graphics, intuitive controlsRepetitive gameplay, recycled enemies and weapons
Just shy of the year anniversary of the original Resistance instalment, Resistance: Retribution is now at hand. SCEA Bend has taken over the Resistance franchise for the time being to give you a portable third-person experience of alternate history 1951, attempting to bridge the gap between Resistance: Fall of Man and Resistance 2. The High Road to Revenge Nothing else matters to newly appointed Maquis mercenary James Grayson other than killing Chimera with extreme prejudice. I cant blame the
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-04-09
Intense, fast-paced action , Clever, well-balanced shooting mechanics , Impressive environments and rich visuals , Challenging enemies , Solid suite of online multiplayer modesCover can be too sticky Directional pad actions are a bit awkward Some spotty voice acting
Resistance: Retribution is the first portable outing for Sony's grim alternate-history franchise. The Resistance series, like many other shooters, has thrived on the dual-analog-stick controller of the PlayStation 3, and at first glance the leap to th...
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brighthub.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-09
An intense and epic third-person shooter that is undoubtedly a Game of the Year candidate. In my March 2009 preview of the game, I mentioned how floored I was by the Resistance Retribution demo. Since I had never played the PS3 games in the series, Re...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-04-08
Few handheld shooters are as well-crafted as this latest instalment in the popular Resistance franchise. Retribution overcomes the limited controls and small screen of the PSP to deliver an experience thats about as solid as anything you will find on...
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gameplanet.co.nz
Reviewed on 2009-04-03
A wealth of gameplay here, lots to unlock. Graphics are adequate, and the sound effects are appropriate and believable.Poor story. Control choices have created a fairly boring game. There are other options, but that causes new issues that take the game from being too easy to too frustrating.
Sony Bend have created a portable version of Resistance that has all the negatives of the franchise with hardly any of the positives....
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videogamer.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-02
One year ago the PSP received God of War: Chains of Olympus, arguably the best action game to grace Sony's handheld to date. It worked because it managed to bring to the PSP the series' trademark spectacular visuals and fluid controls. Now it's the tur...
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gamervision.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-02
Name: Resistance: Retribution Genre: Third-Person Shooter Platform: PlayStation Portable At many times it feels like the PSP is a dying platform. New releases, for the most part, are few and far between, and while there are a few must-owns on the platf...
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impulsegamer.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-01
Kyle Sudukis9.5An above average first person shooter from the PlayStation 3 arrives on the PSP in Resistance: Retribution that successfully manages to capture the uniqueness of its big brother, ensures for an almost flawless gaming experience and adds...
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nowgamer.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-26
When you finally get down to the act of actually playing a game on the PSP, it quickly becomes apparent that it just isn’t that practical. Don’t get us wrong, we love the PSP, it’s a sexy piece of kit, but there’s only a handful of games we can stomach...
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nzgamer.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-24
Set between the events of Resistance: Fall of Man and Resistance 2, Retribution follows the third-person action packed journey of a discharged British Marine, James Grayson.The game opens with a cutscene where James stumbles across his imprisoned broth...
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game-boyz.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-21
Visually speaking, I had some low expectations for Resistance: Retribution given that the original Resistance: Fall of Man and Resistance 2 were both released on Sony’s uber-console, the PS3. Well after playing through the various levels that are offer...
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gamespy.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-20
Gameplay adapts better to PSP than many other shooters; presentation and art motif evokes Resistance: Fall of Man.Hokey dialogue and awful voice acting; serviceable but forgettable multiplayer; occasionally sparse checkpoints.
"When in doubt, just blow shit up." - James GraysonResistance: Retribution is a game that sounds great on paper, marrying Insomniacs great shooter series with developer Sony Bend, whose resume includes the excellent Siphon Filter series of PSP reviva...
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gamespot.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-18
Intense, fastpaced action, Clever, wellbalanced shooting mechanics, Impressive environments and rich visuals, Challenging enemies, Solid suite of online multiplayer modes.Cover can be too sticky, Directional pad actions are a bit awkward, Some spotty voice acting.
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