You'll be able to find a playable Resistance 3 demo if you purchase a copy of "Battle: Los Angeles" on Blu-Ray.
Now, for some reason, that demo landed on the Asian PlayStation Store and a few gamers got their hands on it before Sony took down the sample. Those few who got a chance to play it expressed their disappointment with the apparently lackluster graphics, but developer Insomniac was quick to issue an explanation in the NeoGAF forum ; here's what Community/Marketing Manager James Stevenson had to say:
"Keep in mind this is linear, moody, environmental story piece. It's also really old code as it had to get on the Battle: LA Blu-ray months ago. I still think if you turn up the sound and turn off the lights, you'll have a good time and get a great feel for the tone of R3."
Tim Salvitti added that the build in question "is a couple of months old" and since the time it was issued, the team has "added a lot more polish and tweaks to the entire game." Well, this can happen when you release a demo so early; Resistance 3 won't be on store shelves until September 6. It isn't a good idea to pass final judgment until then.
Related Game(s): Resistance 3