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Talking Point: What Are Your Hopes and Fears for PS4, Vita at E3 2015?

What Are Your Hopes and Fears for PS4, Vita at E3 2015?

Last minute nerves

Reminder: E3 2015 is upon us. If the special homepage wasn't already a good enough giveaway – nifty, eh? – then this editor's apocalyptic stress levels are a sure sign. As gaming fans, the reason that we all love the Los Angeles convention is because it allows us to dream and despair. There are the highs, like Jack Tretton...

Poll: Take the Push Square E3 2015 Community Predictions Quiz

Take the Push Square E3 2015 Community Predictions Quiz

Can you beat E3?

With E3 hype now flowing through our veins and kicking our minds into overdrive, we thought that it might be nice to invite you lot, the Push Square community, to join in on the fun. The bottom line is that everyone likes to predict what'll happen at the biggest gaming event of the year, so we've put together twenty yes or no...

First Impressions: How Much of an Improvement Is Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae 2.0?

How Much of an Improvement Is Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae 2.0?

Bromance evolved

We live in strange times when a demo can get a hefty patch, but it's well worth downloading Episode Duscae's several gigabytes 2.0 update. In our first, pre-patch look at this early glimpse of Final Fantasy XV, we noted that it's clear that the game has huge potential: the open map is quite absorbing, the title's sense of style...

DLC Review: Golden Frieza Shines Bright in Dragon Ball XenoVerse's Final DLC Pack

Golden Frieza Shines Bright in Dragon Ball XenoVerse's Final DLC Pack

Has the season pass been worth it?

It's been a log journey, but Dragon Ball XenoVerse's days of downloadable content are over. The final slice of DLC, which is free to season pass owners, is the Resurrection of F Pack. As its name suggests, the included content is based on the Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F movie, so if you're busy getting hyped...

Talking Point: How Can Sony Sell You on Project Morpheus at E3 2015?

How Can Sony Sell You on Project Morpheus at E3 2015?

Making virtual reality a reality

Assuming that Project Morpheus isn't delayed, it'll be on store shelves by the time that E3 2016 rolls around. This means that Sony will presumably want to start shaping the promising PlayStation 4 peripheral into a real consumer product in Los Angeles next week, and that means that it's probably going to feature...

Out This Week: The Elder Scrolls Online, LEGO Jurassic World, Payday 2 PS4

The Elder Scrolls Online, LEGO Jurassic World, Payday 2 PS4

Time fillers

T'was the week before E3 and all around the web, nary a video game publisher dared raise its nervous head. A nice introductory ditty that may be, but there are a couple of new games to look forward to this week. The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited's the big one, but LEGO Jurassic World and Payday 2: Crimewave Edition are worth...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 71

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 71

Choo! Choo!

All aboard, all aboard – the WAYP train is about to leave the station. We've a carriage full of Push Square staffers all gagging to share their weekend gaming plans – and we've brought a few new faces along for the ride. Of course, this isn't a one-way trip – don't forget to drop your gaming agenda in the comments section below...

Retrospective: Returning to the Wastelands of Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas

Returning to the Wastelands of Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas

Back to nothing

The Fallout franchise has been hanging around like an irradiated ghoul since 1997, but it was Bethesda Game Studios and the memorable Fallout 3 that cemented the series as a mainstream property. Releasing in 2008 on the PlayStation 3, Fallout 3 was essentially a fusion of Bethesda's open world expertise that it had showcased with...

First Impressions: How Does Pokémon Maker Game Freak's PS4 Debut Fare?

How Does Pokémon  Maker Game Freak's PS4 Debut Fare?

We take Tembo the Badass Elephant for a ride

Side-scrollers are dime a dozen in this current digital age. The old-school genre may have fallen out of favour following the PSone's introduction of new-fangled polygons, but the vibrant indie development scene has ensured that 2D platformers are fashionable again – even if they tend to rival Early...

Push Rewind: PlayStation Plus Freebies, Resident Evil Zero, Ultra Street Fighter IV

PlayStation Plus Freebies, Resident Evil Zero, Ultra Street Fighter IV

All over

Well, that may have been one of the worst weeks ever for personal reasons – but it also wasn't that exciting from a PlayStation perspective either. With the thrill of E3 2015 right around the corner, publishers are currently pretty tight lipped about all of their upcoming projects. Of course, this means that leaks are inevitable. Any...

Guide: The Best Character Builds for Geralt in The Witcher 3 on PS4

The Best Character Builds for Geralt in The Witcher 3 on PS4

Build 'em up, knock 'em down

The brilliance of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's character progression system lies in its intricacies. There are countless ways to forge Geralt, whether you like to run into battle waving your blades around like a madman, make careful use of your magical signs, or prefer to prepare for each and every fight by utilising...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 69

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 69

Cry us a Rivia

It's the end of another lively week here at Push Square Towers, which means that it's time for your regular dose of WAYP. We've been beating The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt drum pretty hard here of late, but we've got a sneaking suspicion that you'll be doing something similar in the comments section. Prove us right below. Sammy Barker,...