Talk Playstation.com writes:"If you pre-order Resistance Retribution through Amazon US before January 12th, you will receive a unique code which allows you to download and play an early access demo."
i think i'll pre-order this for the demo.
so when do the codes get sent out?
do u know wat happen to dat boy going crazy over a wii story???
Looks better than the ps3 version also the graphics look better. Maybe the ps3 has reached its limit they should concentrate on psp its got more to give.
mario kart on snes looks better than Forza 1 and 2 combined
whats a matter pp? running out of insults, im sure ive heard that one before at least ALL multiplatform games look better on the ps3 what have come out in the last 6 months
Resistance is a great franchise. Let's all hope they get the controls right so we don't have people b*tching (again) about not having a second analog stick.
yeah, that's why i want to try the demo. it's not Insomniac developing it though. plus it's TPS so it should be fine without a second analog, i hope.
i hate these damn pre-order demos. just release the damn things on the PSP store. whats the point of the damn thing if you dont release the stuff you want. and i didnt read the artictle so if it says timed exclusive demo then i take it all back lol.
i heard they are gonna allow ps controller support so i think lots of ppl will hook up their psps to a tv or monitor and play using the ps controller yay
Just great. Yet again we in Europe lose out at the hands of SCEE. Why haven't they made this demo available for all Amazon outlets? I wouldn't mind so much but it's been developed by Bend(IIRC)in England who Insomniac farmed it out to. I know we sound like we're moaning all the time but Europe's been good to Sony and SCEE don't give the love back enough. Game looks almost as good as GOW:CoO as well so I'll still be picking it up, I just wish I could get the demo too.
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