One of the PlayStation 4's first great games, Resogun remains highly recommended to this day. Housemarque's super pretty shooter still plays incredibly well, but the experience just got even better for PS4 Pro users. The game's latest patch, which is available to download now, adds Pro compatibility in the form of 4K HDR support, a higher...
But we'll take it
WipEout is coming to the PlayStation 4 – as part of a new Resogun ship pack. The crafts – inspired by Studio Liverpool's legendary racing series – include a handful of the most famous teams from the franchise's futuristic antigravity league, including Feisar, Piranha, Auricom, AG Sys, and Qirex. We're frowning at the absence...
Studio worked on Overdrive
Even after the likes of Bloodborne and Velocity 2X, you could still make a case that Resogun is the best game on the PlayStation 4. Housemarque's next-gen launch title is one of this author's favourites, so perhaps the most impressive thing about the shooter is that the Finnish studio only fully started working on it...
Offence is the best form of defence
Goodbye doesn't always have to be the saddest word – it can be explosive, too. Resogun: Defenders marks the last of the post-launch expansions for Housemarque's critically acclaimed PlayStation 4 shoot-'em-up, and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it's something of a humdinger. Packing two brand new modes – Protector...
Free update Resogun: Challengers out today
Resogun is still, in this editor's humble opinion, the best game on the PlayStation 4. That's not a slight against the next-gen system's software offering – it's a testament to just how good Housemarque's cylindrical shooter is. And fortunately, the Finnish developer is continuing to support the arcade...
Housemarque’s cylindrical shooter Resogun is still one of the major highlights in the PlayStation 4’s library. Its simplistic mechanics epitomise the very idea of pick-up-and-play, while its flashy visuals and smooth performance make it something of a showcase for Sony’s next-gen hardware. The title’s oft-requested PlayStation...
Defend the last humans
PlayStation Experience hasn’t even started yet, and it already feels like Sony’s dropping bombs all over the place. If confirmation of the PlayStation 3 and Vita versions of Resogun wasn’t enough, Housemarque has now revealed Resogun: Defenders, the second PlayStation 4 expansion for its
Time to relapse
The folks over at Sony XDev Europe are certainly keeping themselves occupied. Not content with the launch of LittleBigPlanet 3, the first-party division's announced one final 2014 release: Resogun for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. This port is being handled by Climax – the same team behind Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition – and will...
Save the last-gen system
We already know that PlayStation 4 favourite Resogun is set to eat up our every waking minute courtesy of Climax Studios’ forthcoming PlayStation Vita port, but it seems that those still firmly entrenched in Camp PlayStation 3 will be able to enjoy Housemarque’s sublime arcade shooter as well. Gematsu has spotted a...
The crowd goes wild
Like many of you, we blindly bought Resogun’s season pass earlier in the year, despite not knowing what it would actually entail. It’s been a few months since the title’s first pack, Heroes, deployed, so we’ve been patiently waiting for a fresh excuse to save the last humans. Fortunately, developer Housemarque has hinted...
Housemarque’s throwback arcade shooter Resogun is so good that we’d quite like to have a playable version augmented into our eyelids, but seeing as that’s not physically possible, we’ll settle for a PlayStation Vita version instead. Fortunately, it sounds like the Finnish indie is working on just that, assuming that comments...
Holding out for a hero
It’s a statement that’s rapidly approaching cliché territory, but Housemarque’s cylindrical shooter Resogun is still the PlayStation 4’s best game. That’s not a slight against the software library that Sony’s next-gen system has amassed over the past six months or so – although we’re sure that many would like...
You may have seen the article that we just posted about an Independence Day Easter egg that was recently added to Battlefield 4. Not to be outdone by the mega-franchise, Resogun developer Housemarque has released a small, but still humorous, patch for its popular shooter. As you can see in the video below, the update morphs the...
Boom, there it is
Despite the fact that Sony put a lot of stock into the PlayStation 4's retail launch line-up which included the likes of Knack and Killzone: Shadow Fall, many of us were too busy being mesmerised by Resogun to take notice. The downloadable spaceship shooter from developer Housemarque even went on to win our award for Best...
More to be revealed soon
PlayStation 4 launch title Resogun was one of our favourite games from 2013, so it’s little surprise that we’re prancing about like little green humans at the prospect of post-release content. While developer Housemarque has been teasing this DLC for some time, IGN has now partially confirmed it, announcing that the...
Standby for arguments
Resogun is a remarkably intense solo experience. Dodging and weaving your way through millions of voxels is a complete thrill by any standard. But as we noted in our review, the game quite notably lacks a local co-op mode. And while the online multiplayer may be fun, it's not quite the same as having a friend sitting mere...
Do you like mysterious and intriguing tweets that hint at new and exciting games, without ever actually giving any concrete details? No? Neither do we really, but, in the words of the Rolling Stones, you can't always get what you want. Housemarque, the talented team behind Resogun – one of our favourite games of 2013 – is hard at...
More humans to harbour
Assuming that you’re not a fan of buxom British archaeologists and elaborately attired thieves, the PlayStation 4’s immediate release schedule is looking a little on the light side. Don’t distress too much, though, because Finnish outfit Housemarque is hard at work on some additional content for its free with PlayStation...
Tips 'n' tricks
It’s fair to say that Resogun has left our lives in complete and utter tatters. We’ve been unable to eat, sleep, or even communicate properly in the wake of our November Game of the Month winner, and who can blame us? Housemarque’s gorgeous shmup is an outstanding release – and it’s a free one to boot. However, if you have...
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