Insomniac declines to comment on Resistance complaints
Resistance: Fall of Man developer Insomniac Games will not be commenting on complaints made by the Church of England about the game, according to SCEA.
Resistance: Fall of Man developer Insomniac Games will not be commenting on complaints made by the Church of England about the game, according to Sony Computer Entertainment America.
"SCEE is handling all the communications from there on the matter and is dealing directly with the authorities in Manchester," SCEA spokesperson Dave Karraker told GamesIndustry.biz.
"We are viewing this as a conversation between the Church and SCEE and don't plan on making any further announcements regarding it."
Founded in 1994, Insomniac was previously best known for creating the Spyro the Dragon and Ratchet and Clank series. The studio went on to develop Resistance as a PlayStation 3 launch title.
As reported previously, the Church of England has criticised the game for its depiction of Manchester Cathedral, threatening legal action.
However, a lawyer specialising in copyright and videogames told GamesIndustry.biz that the Church could struggle to win such a case, adding, "It is likely there is no basis for a claim."