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Submitted by Weefz 1072d ago | review

Resistance: Burning Skies Review | The Average Gamer

Playing through the opening stages of Burning Skies makes you realise how everything just works. Nihilistic have done a great job using the front and rear touchpads to compensate for the lack of R2 and L2 shoulder buttons.

There are, however, some pacing issues at certain points. You will encounter crazy difficulty spikes and find yourself dying countless times when you have been progressing well up until then. (PS Vita, Resistance: Burning Skies) -

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