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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 page 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.