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TodayMon, 25th Sep 2017

  • Hands On Forgotton Anne Remembers to Bathe in Style

    More than meets the eye

    You could say that the 2D platforming genre has become a little stale as a myriad of titles release every week hoping to replicate the experiences you remember from 20 years ago, but Forgotton Anne does things differently. A 2D side-scrolling platformer it is indeed, but with a stunning visual art style, surprising mechanics,...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Forgotton Anne
    • Hands On
    • Features

YesterdaySun, 24th Sep 2017

  • Hands On Is Skyrim Any Good with PlayStation VR?

    Fus ro dang

    PlayStation VR, in this author’s opinion, is at its best when it’s offering brief bursts of immersive gameplay like SUPERHOT VR and Batman: Arkham VR. Despite this personal preference, it’d take a very closeted editor to ignore the pent-up demand for meatier experiences from PlayStation’s very vocal fanbase – and games don’t...

    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Skyrim
    • Hands On
  • TGS 2017 Nioh Cuts Loose with a Complete Edition Later This Year

    The base game and all DLC

    An announcement that should come as no surprise to anyone, Nioh will be getting a Complete Edition. The final slice of downloadable content for the samurai slasher was revealed recently, so it only makes sense for publisher Koei Tecmo to come out and tell us that it's stuffing the base game and all three of its...

    • TGS 2017
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Nioh
  • TGS 2017 Watch Capcom's Entire Monster Hunter: World PS4 Presentation

    Features a lot of brand new gameplay

    If you're eager to see more of the superb looking Monster Hunter: World, then you may want to get stuck into Capcom's Tokyo Game Show 2017 presentation, which we've embedded above. The video's about 50 minutes long, but it features a lot of fresh gameplay footage, including a look at one of the title's hub...

    • TGS 2017
    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Videos

Saturday23rd Sep 2017

  • Interview Slightly Mad Discusses Project CARS 2's Early Reception

    Hints at future content, too

    Since the 22nd September, drivers everywhere have had the chance to grab Project CARS 2 and live the real-life racing experience (or as close to as many of us will get). Already off to a strong start with rave reviews critically, Slightly Mad Studios now hopes to replicate the success sales wise.  Building from...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Project CARS
    • Interviews
    • Hands On
  • News Nintendo Switch Not Affecting PS4's Sales, Says Sony

    Both devices doing well

    The Nintendo Switch has got off to a much stronger start than its predecessor the Wii U, but its early success isn’t cannibalising the PlayStation 4’s sales, according to SIE group president Andrew House. There’s been a good tussle between the two systems recently in the monthly NPD report, but it seems that regardless...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Nintendo
    • Switch
    • Hardware
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    Review Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash

    Peachy keen

    Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash wears its heart on its, er, bras and bikinis with unabashed aplomb. It’s the purest kind of ecchi content you could possibly imagine, arguably upping the ante for the game series with a cast of over 30 well-endowed women soaking each other with water guns. To say that things get wet and wild is an...

    • Reviews
    • Marvelous
    • PS4
    • Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash
  • News Sony Ships Another Half Million PlayStation VR Headsets

    But House is concerned by how easily Sony's dominating

    Sony shipped out another 500,000 PlayStation VR headsets during the three month period through June, making it far-and-away the industry leader when it comes to high-level virtual reality experiences. But the extent to which the Japanese giant is dominating the nascent space has group president...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Sales
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    PS4

    Review Hidden Dragon: Legend

    Fighting Dragon, Hidden Legend

    Following in the footsteps of Eastern epics like the already classic Nioh and July’s excellent Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Megafun Games’ Hidden Dragon: Legend is a side-scrolling combat platformer set in Imperial China. The story begins with the amnesiac Lu, who staggers out of a prison massacre and...

    • Reviews
    • Oasis Games
    • PS4
    • Hidden Dragon: Legend
  • News Score Up to 70 Per Cent Off in New NA PlayStation Store Flash Sale

    Animated

    Animation is the theme in the latest North American PlayStation Store Flash Sale, with some games scoring as much as 70 per cent off. Some highlights include simplistic role-playing game Child of Light for $3.74, rhythmic roguelike Crypt of the Necrodancer for $2.99, and ace platformer Rayman Legends for $9.99. The sale spans the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • Flash Sale
  • Hands On Sonic Forces Offers Both Slick Speed and Colourless Customisation

    To Infinite and beyond

    For fans of the Modern Sonic gameplay that was predominantly featured in Unleashed, Colors, and Generations, you can rest your fears as it returns in Sonic Forces feeling just as slick. Switching between the widescreen 3D and singular 2D, Sonic’s pace thankfully never outruns the screen. This issue occurred for some in...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 187

    Out 'n' about

    It’s been a busy end to the week here at Push Square Towers, with the Tokyo Game Show and EGX running concurrently this weekend. That said, WAYP has been a regularly fixture on this site for near four years now, and we’ve still never missed an issue. We’re not going to let a couple of conventions stop us. Sammy Barker, Editor:...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing

Friday22nd Sep 2017

  • Hands On Can Assassin's Creed Origins Revive Ubisoft's Stealth Series?

    By 'eck

    Someone at Ubisoft’s been busy playing The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Though the anticipated Assassin’s Creed Origins whisks you away to the wide open expanses of Egypt, you can sense the White Wolf watching over this surprisingly RPG leaning iteration of the French publisher’s stealth series. Our demo is a perfect example of that:...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Assassin's Creed
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News Red Dead Redemption 2 Returns Next Thursday

    Rockstar teases more info

    Rockstar is teasing something Red Dead Redemption 2 related over on Twitter, and as you'd expect, the gaming sphere has gone nuts. It's been pretty quiet on the Western front since the developer announced that the game's release would be delayed back in May. There were rumours that it would reappear around E3 2017, but...

    • Rockstar
    • PS4
    • Red Dead Redemption
  • Hands On Far Cry 5 Sticks to the Tried and Tested Formula

    A stronger party cabinet

    If Ubisoft were to give another one of its franchises a bit of a break and a slight reboot, the Far Cry series has to be a prime candidate. Despite entry numbers three and four being fairly high in quality, they followed the Ubisoft open world formula to a tee, with only a radical setting change being the main...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Far Cry 5
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • Poll Is Final Fantasy IX the Best Final Fantasy?

    The one and only

    With Final Fantasy IX's PlayStation 4 port making waves earlier this week when it was announced and released all within the space of a few hours, now's as good a time as any to roll out this inevitable poll. Originally launching on the PSone at the very end of the console's life, Final Fantasy IX is considered by many to be the...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • PSone
    • Final Fantasy
    • Polls
  • Hands On Who Has a Hidden Agenda in Until Dawn Dev's Crime Thriller?

    Whodunnit?

    The next game from Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games is a lot like Until Dawn at first blush: it has unnervingly lifelike virtual characters, branching plot paths, and more serial killers than an entire season of Midsummer Murders. The twist is that Hidden Agenda’s being sold on the strength of being a local multiplayer party game...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayLink
    • Hidden Agenda
    • Hands On
  • News Square Enix Wants to Focus More on Multiplayer and Service Games Going Forward

    This'll go down well

    "Gone are the days in which single-player games were of primary status and multiplayer games secondary. Lately, multiplayer games have taken the lead, and it is standard for games to be designed for long-term play," reads Square Enix's 2017 annual report. "We will also endeavor to develop games designed not to be played once...

    • Square Enix
    • Industry
  • News PUBG Dev Isn't Too Happy About Fortnite's Battle Royale Mode

    As you'd expect

    Given the meteoric rise of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, it was inevitable that other games would try and emulate its success. On PlayStation 4, where PUBG isn't yet available, we've got the likes of Fortnite's newly introduced Battle Royale mode. By most account

    • Bluehole
    • Epic Games
    • PS4
    • PUBG
    • Fortnite
  • News Familiar Faces Return to Destiny 2 in Faction Rallies

    New loot

    Despite being less than a month old, Destiny 2's first special event is about to get underway. Starting 26th September, players will be able to take part in the Faction Rallies, a new affair that pits the three factions from the original game against each other in a bid to gather supplies and obliterate enemy resources. Guardians will be...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Destiny
  • TGS 2017 Wrap Your Eyes Around 13 Minutes of Gorgeous Dragon's Crown PS4 Gameplay

    Scaled up

    Officially revealed earlier this week at TGS 2017, Dragon's Crown Pro is dashing onto PlayStation 4 early next year in Japan. The remaster will boast 4K resolution on PS4 Pro, and it's apparently fitted with a newly recorded live orchestra soundtrack. Perhaps best of all, it'll support cross-play with the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions...

    • TGS 2017
    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Dragon's Crown
    • Videos
  • News South Park: The Fractured But Whole Is Finally Ready to Meet Its Release Date

    Ubisoft says the game's gone gold

    Bloody hell, it's about time. Ubisoft has announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole has gone gold, meaning that development is complete and the game's ready to be shipped. The swear-ridden role-playing sequel is out for PlayStation 4 on the 17th October, so it's not very far away now. To celebrate,...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • South Park
  • News Another Fallout: New Vegas? Obsidian Would 'Love' To Do It

    Your move, Bethesda

    Fallout: New Vegas developer and role-playing veteran studio Obsidian "would love" to work on another Fallout game, director Josh Sawyer has told IGN. "I know there are tons of people at Obsidian who would love to work on a Fallout game again. If we were given the chance, we would certainly love to," he said. That's a lot of...

    • Obsidian
    • Fallout
  • News Tekken 7's Free Character Panel Pack Is Out Now on PS4

    A new look

    Head over to the PlayStation Store right now and you can nab some new Tekken 7 character portraits for free. The portraits themselves are from a variety of different artists from around the world. Some are pretty cool, some are pretty... Weird. Still, free content is free content, so we're not complaining. Are you still playing Tekken 7?...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
    • DLC
    • Free
  • News Fear 20 Minutes of The Evil Within 2 Gameplay

    Dead good?

    The Evil Within 2 is out in a matter of weeks now, and Bethesda hasn't been shy about publishing new gameplay footage. This time it's Game Informer who's gone live with 20 minutes of terror from the forthcoming Tango Gameworks developed sequel. Can you feel the heat from here?

    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • The Evil Within
    • Trailers
  • Hands On Knowledge Is Power (Unless You're Thick as a Brick Obvs)

    Knowledge is everything in this game

    The obligatory trivia game in Sony’s burgeoning PlayLink line is exactly what you’d expect it to be: a jovial round of multiple choice with silly photo opportunities and a host that likes the sound of his own voice. With an eccentric, borderline claymation artstyle, it certainly looks the part – although...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayLink
    • Knowledge Is Power
    • Hands On

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