Resogun is great for spontaneous, quick play. Anything longer than that starts to give me a headache. Outside of my own physical shortcomings, I don’t see the game having a lot of staying power because, honestly, there isn’t much to this re-imagining of a 33 year old arcade game. It does have some longevity, with numerous ships to unlock (each with their own stats), higher difficulty modes and the thrill of taking on the leaderboards. Scores from players around the world are displayed for each level so if you’re feeling the competitive spirit there are plenty of people to duke it out with. I’m not the kind of score hound the game appeals to, making Resogun a game I would come back to during game installs or show off the console to a friend. If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, the price can’t be beat so be sure to redeem the 30 day voucher that came with the console.