The latter part of Resistance 2 is altogether more successful than its opening, with some diverting puzzles, nods to Valve’s storytelling technique and a well-considered balance between checkpoints. But the fact that its levels are so sparse and the production values so surprisingly low suggests this isn’t a game in which every action should be savoured, rather one to plough through at full pelt. Look for revolution in Resistance 2 and you’ll be found wanting.
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