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Feature: 12 PS4 Games We'd Love to See Announced in 2016

12 PS4 Games We'd Love to See Announced in 2016

Hype merchants

2016 is shaping up to be a major year for the PlayStation 4, and while we can't wait to get our grubby mitts on many of the system's upcoming titles, we thought that we'd take this opportunity to think about potential games that haven't been officially announced yet. As such, we've come up with a list of 12 titles that we'd love to...

Soapbox: Fallout 4's Biggest Improvement Is Stealth

Fallout 4's Biggest Improvement Is Stealth

Michael acknowledges the Commonwealth’s underappreciated undercover

Note: There are minor Fallout 4 story spoilers in this article. Fallout 4 does a lot of things wrong. The dialogue system is a mess, the perk tree feels dumbed down, and the lack of choices throughout the game is disheartening. You've probably heard those complaints a thousand...

Game of the Year: Marcello's Personal PlayStation Picks

Marcello's Personal PlayStation Picks

Blood bold

Every year the Push Square Team gets together to vote for the site's PlayStation Game of the Year. While we usually keep these polls secret, we're putting the spotlight on some of our authors this holiday so that they can highlight some of their personal favourites from 2015. Today it's the turn of Marcello Apostolico, and his somewhat...

Feature: 25 Games That Will Make PS4's 2016 Insane

25 Games That Will Make PS4's 2016 Insane

The big one

Republished on Saturday, 2nd January 2016: We're bringing this article back from the archives as we look back at some of Push Square's features from 2015. The original text follows. Originally published on Monday, 16th November 2015: We're at the tail end of the crazy Christmas releases period now, and inevitably our attention is...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 99

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 99

Happy New Year

It may be a new year, but the same old WAYP you know and love is back for another 12 month run. With this week's edition, feel free to share some of your gaming resolutions alongside your immediate itinerary – we'd love to know what you're planning to achieve on PlayStation in 2016. Sammy Barker, Editor: I'm still playing Fallout...

Game of the Year: Matt's Personal PlayStation Picks

Matt's Personal PlayStation Picks

Wasteland wanderer

Every year the Push Square Team gets together to vote for the site's PlayStation Game of the Year. While we usually keep these polls secret, we're putting the spotlight on some of our authors this holiday so that they can highlight some of their personal favourites from 2015. Today it's the turn of Matt Adcock, as he travels to...

Reaction: Sony Delivers the Greatest E3 Press Conference of All Time

Sony Delivers the Greatest E3 Press Conference of All Time

Seriously

Republished on Friday, 1st January 2016: We're bringing this article back from the archives as we look back at some of Push Square's features from 2015. The original text follows. Originally published on Tuesday, 16th June 2015: Push Square Towers is in a state of shock. Uneasiness quickly dissolved into ecstasy, as Sony dropped bomb...

Video: The 10 Best PlayStation Games of 2015

The 10 Best PlayStation Games of 2015

Final countdown

Blimey oh riley, 2016's all up in my face and that bottle of bourbon's making it difficult to stomach. But before this intoxicated video editor chunders all over a blank page, perhaps you'd enjoy our pre-recorded video spotlighting the top ten PlayStation titles from the past 12 months. There's some good stuff in here, like...

Game of the Year: #1 - Bloodborne (PS4)

#1 - Bloodborne (PS4)

Blood on the moon

Bloodborne reeks of brutal brilliance. From Software's violent eviscerate-'em-up pegs you as a personality-less predator, as you stomp the Gothic cobbles of Yharnam in search of monstrous prey to mutilate. A spiritual successor to the Souls series, Hidetaka Miyazaki's vulgar PlayStation 4 exclusive adopts a more aggressive angle...

Game of the Year: Robert's Personal PlayStation Picks

Robert's Personal PlayStation Picks

#4TheRolePlayers

Every year the Push Square Team gets together to vote for the site's PlayStation Game of the Year. While we usually keep these polls secret, we're putting the spotlight on some of our authors this holiday so that they can highlight some of their personal favourites from 2015. Today we'll be delving into the role-playing addled...

News: Here's to an Amazing 2016 on Push Square

Here's to an Amazing 2016 on Push Square

Level up

If you'd have told me 12 months ago that The Last Guardian, Shenmue III, and Final Fantasy VII Remake would be real, I wouldn't have believed you. It's been a roller coaster 2015 for PlayStation fans – and that's without even mentioning Hideo Kojima's decision to partner with Sony on a new PlayStation 4 exclusive. But while the...

Soapbox: Why I Love Shenmue

Why I Love Shenmue

Sammy Barker recalls his history with Yu Suzuki's hit series

Republished on Thursday, 31st December 2015: We're bringing this article back from the archives as we look back at some of Push Square's features from 2015. The original text follows. Originally published on Thursday, 16th July 2015: I don't remember the day that the snow turned to...

Soapbox: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Should Be Among 2015's Greatest Games

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Should Be Among 2015's Greatest Games

Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Wolfenstein: The New Order went under the radar when it hit shelves in mid-2014. The advertising portrayed it as a reboot that appeared over-the-top and generic. You shoot Nazis, and I've done that countless times already. What creativity could MachineGames jam into this rusty chamber of a tired premise that would...

Game of the Year: #2 - Rocket League (PS4)

#2 - Rocket League (PS4)

Wow! Wow! Close one! No problem.

Psyonix just nailed it. Rocket League was released relatively quietly with PlayStation Plus this summer, it was downloaded and played by millions, and the rest is history. It's a hit with the press, it's a hit with gamers, it's an eSport, it's all over YouTube, and in today's gaming climate, that's a pretty big...

Game of the Year: Joey's Personal PlayStation Picks

Joey's Personal PlayStation Picks

Bloodcurdling

Every year the Push Square Team gets together to vote for the site's PlayStation Game of the Year. While we usually keep these polls secret, we're putting the spotlight on some of our authors this holiday so that they can highlight some of their personal favourites from 2015. Today it's the turn of Joey Thurmond, as horror rules the...

Soapbox: Why Mad Max Is a Hugely Overlooked Game

Why Mad Max Is a Hugely Overlooked Game

Sam Brooke on a world gone mad

Mad Max didn't really make any Game of the Year lists, yet I feel that it's been hugely overlooked, and that it has plenty to offer. The game, on paper, should've just been another boring Ubisoft open-worlder: camps to infiltrate, viewpoints to climb up to and survey, skill trees, upgrades, and all the usual stuff...

Feature: The Best PlayStation Soundtracks of 2015

The Best PlayStation Soundtracks of 2015

Like music to our ears

With 2015 winding down, it's only natural that 'Best Of' lists are beginning to pop up everywhere you look. While games themselves get a lot of attention when it comes to these sorts of lists, the accompanying soundtracks get a little less love. We're here to change that and deliver our list of the ten best soundtracks to...

Game of the Year: Graham's Personal PlayStation Picks

Graham's Personal PlayStation Picks

Top of the league

Every year the Push Square Team gets together to vote for the site's PlayStation Game of the Year. While we usually keep these polls secret, we're putting the spotlight on some of our authors this holiday so that they can highlight some of their personal favourites from 2015. Today it's the turn of Graham Banas, as he oils his...

Soapbox: Why I Love Strategy Guides

Why I Love Strategy Guides

A game's best friend

Republished on Tuesday, 29th December 2015: We're bringing this article back from the archives as we look back at some of Push Square's features from 2015. The original text follows. Originally published on Monday, 3rd August 2015: Sometimes I think that strategy guides are a little bit misunderstood. I understand that...