(PS4 / PlayStation 4)

Resogun (PS4 / PlayStation 4)

Game Profile

RESOGUN is a new exclusive PlayStation®4 shoot 'em up from the same team that brought you Super Stardust HD, Super Stardust Delta and Dead Nation.

Unleash an explosive array of devastating weapons to obliterate hordes of ruthless enemies while making sure you rescue the last survivors and keep your multiplier going!

Experience the most intense destruction ever, as the power of PlayStation®4 renders all enemies and levels using hundred of thousands of individual voxels that blow up in real time as you battle your way through.

Push yourself to the limits trying to climb the global leaderboards for each game mode and difficulty setting.

Join forces with your friends online and show off your skills in action packed co-op multiplayer.

Welcome to RESOGUN… the most insanely intensive, ultra-responsive, fully HD, 60FPS shoot 'em up, only on PlayStation®4!

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Nathan Michalik

Scoring points

From the makers of the fantastic Super Stardust HD, Resogun offers a twist on classic twin-stick shooters by adopting a cylindrical field of play. The narrative is based upon an alien race called the Keepers, who are imprisoning humans. It’s your goal,...

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