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Black Ops: Declassified info blowout, new maps, perks & more

Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is heading to PS Vita. It still doesn’t have a release date, but Resistance: Burning Skies developer Nihilistic has happily revealed more new details about the games maps, including Nukehouse. No prizes for guessing what that’s derived from.

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  • Black Ops: Declassified multiplayer - shooting blanks

    Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified is a second chance for Sony to show that Vita can support epic shooters. Alarm bells are already ringing in the ears of VG247′s Dave Cook.

  • Resistance: Burning Skies survival mode detailed

    Sony has revealed what the new Survival multiplayer mode in upcoming Vita shooter Resistance: Burning Skies will have to offer.

  • Multiplayer details for Resistance: Burning Skies pop up online

    While Sony has yet to announce multiplayer details for Resistance: Burning Skies, we do know that it will contain an online mode. Today, it was revealed by IGN that at one point the official Burning Skies┬ápage on PlayStation.com contained information on multiplayer before being hastily removed. Luckily, an IGN reader pulled the pertinent information, and […]

  • Resistance: Burning Skies due at the end of May

    In a Q&A session on the PS Blog, Sony put a May 29 release date on Nihilistic’s Resistance: Burning Skies, although the EU PS Blog put PAL release down for May 30. The dual-stick Vita shooter complements Insomniac’s PS3-exclusive series, and casts players as a fireman. The handheld itself launches on February 22. Thanks, Kotaku.

  • Insomniac: Resistance to live on, is "in capable hands"

    Insomniac Games CEO Ted Price has said the PlayStation-exclusive Resistance franchise will continue even though its original developers have moved onto either projects.

  • Resistance: Burning Skies dev finds Vita not that different to PS3

    Resistance: Burning Skies developer Nihilistic hasn’t struggled with the transition from PlayStation 3 to Vita development.

  • PlayStation Move Heroes trailer explains converging canons

    PlayStation Move Heroes is like Super Smash Bros. Brawl, if Nintendo only had six characters, and they didn’t fight. This story trailer offers a better explanation than I’m capable of producing of why three of Sony’s top platforming franchises have been gracelessly mashed together.