Resistance Retribution coming to America in March

By Mike, Sunday, 11 January 2009 18:59 GMT


Sony Bend studios’ PSP shooter, Resistance Retribution, will be available March 17th, writes the PSBlog.

The news comes in wake of the Euro March 19 date we revealed last week.

Resistance Retribution will be the first PSP title to make use of Sony’s PSP Plus tech that allows for games to be played using a dual shock controller.

Full thing through the link.

By Mike Bowden

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