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The First Resistance 3 Images Sneak Onto The Internet

It wouldn't be proper to say these are legitimate without official confirmation (but they totally are).

A picture-pilferer going by the bro-tacular name "1337guyzorz2" is probably giving Insomniac Games and SCEA PR fits right now, much like a similar cat had WBIE marketing folks punching themselves in the thigh over the Batman: Arkham City Internet image spill recently. You see, "guyzorz2" has uploaded a bunch of supposed Resistance 3 images on a public Flickr account, eating away at what hype would have surely followed the game's first in-game action reveal.

Unfortunately, he's revealed little else other than a reaffirmation that things still don't look too good for the people living in the world of Resistance. There's aliens all over place, lots of of bloom, and apparently bone and leather necklaces are still in. 
  

 See? Things don't look so good for our survivors.
 See? Things don't look so good for our survivors.

Insomniac joked about Resistance 3 being one of the worst kept secrets ever as it officially announced the title at Gamescom in Cologne. Ironically, the studio has managed to keep the details about the game locked down so tight that I'm almost afraid to call it an FPS--and that's after watching the live-action trailer. I find these images haven't really helped me understand more, but these also haven't been released via an official channel which would normally provide some context (if these are, in fact, real).

== TEASER ==I can say with confidence, at least, that these shots look pretty. Have a look:   
 

 Hey, you've changed, man.
 Hey, you've changed, man.


 I'm trying to figure out if that's a cellphone or a mine in his hand.
 I'm trying to figure out if that's a cellphone or a mine in his hand.


This is where I'd usually make a joke about a monster resembling your mother.
This is where I'd usually make a joke about a monster resembling your mother.
 
Here's the rest of the screenshots: 



 
 And the concept art.