Could a Pulitzer Prize-winning book really have anything in common with a game?
It's with this in mind that I suddenly started to appreciate why Insomniac's Resistance series resonated with me. Resistance tells the story of an alien virus that plagues the world mere decades after its arrival, turning regular, everyday humans into monstrous villains known as the Chimera. But Resistance isn't a feel good story in any respect. There's no human triumph to be found. Other than little victories here and there, Resistance actually becomes darker and bleaker the further into the timeline you get. Much like The Road, Resistance gives you small things to feel good about, but you know in the back of your mind that things are only going to get progressively worse, and that there's very little to actually be hopeful or optimistic about in realit