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  • Soapbox The Destiny Divorce - What Bungie and Activision's Split Could Mean for Destiny

    Lloyd ponders the game's future

    It happened. Bungie and Activision have parted ways prior to the end of what was a seismic ten year publishing deal for Destiny. While Bungie’s staff allegedly popped champagne and cheered the announcement, and Activision thanked the fans for their participat

  • Guide Best PS4 Headphones and Headsets

    Sound off

    What are the best PS4 headphones and headsets? If you’re an online player, then you’re going to need some kind of communicator to keep in constant contact with your teammates. But even if you play single player, a good pair of headphones can be essential for your PlayStation 4, as playing late at night or when others are in the house...

  • Guide How to Back Up and Restore Your PS4 HDD to a USB Drive

    Also how to remove backed up PS4 data

    How do you back up your PS4 HDD to a USB drive? Whether you're looking to switch out your PlayStation hard drive for something a little bigger or simply want peace of mind, the PS4's backup and restore feature will come in handy. This will essentially allow you to dump a mirror of your system's HDD onto an...

  • Guide Onimusha: Warlords - All Magic & Power Jewel Locations

    How to upgrade your health and magic

    While making your way through Onimusha: Warlords, you're likely to encounter items known as Magic Jewels and Power Jewels. These are pick ups that permanently upgrade both your health and magic metres, and so naturally you're going to want to find as many as possible. In doing so, you will also unlock two Bronze...

  • Guide Onimusha: Warlords - All Number Puzzle Solutions

    How to unlock every Trick Treasure Box

    You're going to encounter numerous number puzzles, better known as Trick Treasure Boxes within the community, throughout your time with Onimusha: Warlords – but how do you unlock them? The spinning dials and the act of matching up numbers may have you in a bit of a mess, but we're on hand with a simple...

  • Guide Onimusha: Warlords - All Decoder Box Solutions

    How to unlock every Decoder Box

    Every so often, you're going to come across a Decoder Box in Onimusha: Warlords which asks you to come up with a phrase that answers the question upon the chest itself. Here's how to crack the code on every one of them, and in turn unlock the 'Decrypter, Table For One' Bronze Trophy. All Onimusha: Warlords Decoder...

  • Talking Point Could Sony Lease Out Its Dormant Franchises?

    Want you back

    Unlike its competitors, Sony reinvents itself with each subsequent generation. There are franchises that have stood the test of time, but generally we see the platform holder evolve as it transitions from console to console. Aloy, for example, will very likely be the poster child of the PlayStation 5 – a household name who only got...

  • Guide The Best PS4 Controllers and Accessories

    Take your PlayStation experience to the next level

    If you are looking to take your PS4 experience to the next level, aside from buying some amazing games or a snazzy 4K television, the next best thing is picking up some lovely accessories to enhance your gaming experience. Perhaps you just need an extra DualShock controller so you can play some...

  • Feature 10 Under-the-Radar PS4 Games to Look Out for in 2019

    Insane in the mem-Vane

    2018 was a pretty good year for non-blockbuster games: Hollow Knight made our Game of the Year list, while other gems like Dead Cells and Celeste also released. We’ve already taken a look at last year’s more underrated releases, so now it’s time to look ahead to 2019 and unveil next year’s possible diamonds in the...

  • Guide Best 4K TVs for PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro

    Which ultra high-definition display to buy for your PS4

    Choosing a suitable 4K TV to get the most out of your PS4 Pro or regular PlayStation 4 is a bit of a minefield. Of course you'll want an effective HDR presentation, that goes without saying. But differences in colour gamut, backlight dimming, and peak brightness all play their part. In addition...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 254

    Vanille ice cream

    We’re all waiting for Resident Evil 2, aren’t we? January is looking like a great month for new releases, but it’s yet to really get going properly. As such, we suspect you may be tucking into your backlog for the time being – or perhaps trying some demos and betas to keep you occupied. Here’s your regularly scheduled...

  • Hands On Resident Evil 2's Demo Is a Tantalising Preview of a Sure-Fire Hit

    King Kennedy

    We’ve played a bit of Claire Redfield’s campaign previously, but we weren’t going to turn down another 30 minutes of Resident Evil 2, were we? Capcom’s crafty 1-Shot demo gives you a full half-hour with its remade campaign, and while it’s nowhere near enough to offer any conclusions about the resurrected sequel, we really...

  • Feature Push Square Readers' Top 10 Most Anticipated PS4 Games of 2019

    As voted by you

    Here we are again with another community-voted top 10, only this time, we're not looking back on the year that was, as we did with our readers' Game of the Year vote. Instead, we're looking ahead to the next 12 months, and so earlier this week, we asked you lot to vote for your most anticipated games of 2019. Below, you'll find the...

  • Poll Push Square Staff and Community Predict PlayStation's 2019

    Can you beat 2019?

    Can you predict 2019? Regular readers of Push Square will know that we're no strangers to predictions. Every E3 for the last four years or so, we've put together a beloved community quiz, but here in 2019, we're branching out. Below, you'll find 40 yes or no questions, all of them related to events that are supposedly happening...

  • Feature Which Upcoming PS4 Exclusives Will Release in 2019?

    When are PlayStation 4's biggest games launching?

    With a large number of upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusives already announced, Sony may not have the element of surprise on its side anymore, but it sure has a huge catalogue of hotly anticipated titles on the horizon. The question is: how many of those games will actually release in 2019? With the...

  • Guide Resident Evil 2 Demo - Tips and Tricks to Maximise Your Time

    How to see everything the 30 minute sampler has to offer

    Resident Evil 2’s demo can only be played for 30 minutes. Once your time has elapsed, it’s Game Over until launch day. While we do recommend just using your time to soak up the atmosphere and familiarise yourself with the controls and structure, you may be hoping to maximise your spell...

  • Guide Resident Evil 2 Demo - How to Solve the Lion Statue Puzzle

    Find the first of three medallions

    How do you solve the lion statue puzzle in the Resident Evil 2 demo? With just 30 minutes to play through Capcom’s RE2 sampler, you’re going to want to ensure you avoid any potential stumbling blocks. As such, we’re going to show you the solution to the lion statue puzzle, which will reward you with one of...

  • Guide Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Combat Tips and Other Tricks for New Players

    Advice for your adventure

    Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition can be a surprisingly difficult game to truly grasp. As a traditional Japanese role-playing title it's easy enough to get into, but exploring the depths of the combat system, for example, takes time and a lot of practice. With this guide, though, the hope is that we can make the early...

  • Soapbox Beat Saber Has Brought Serious Beef to Push Square Towers

    War never changes

    There’s a battle brewing at Push Square Towers, and I’m not going to lose it. In lieu of having anything better to do on New Year’s Eve, I decided to buy Beat Saber – the extortionately priced rhythm sensation that sees you wielding lightsabers and chopping blocks to the sound of terrible electronic music. While the songs...

  • Talking Point What Should PlayStation Do to Replace E3 2019?

    The biggest question of the New Year

    Sony will not be attending E3 2019, which means the dynamics of this year are going to be very different for PlayStation. The platform holder, after being criticised for an extended period of silence, has promised that it’s going to reconnect with fans over the coming months – but how exactly it intends to go...

  • Poll What's Your Most Anticipated PS4 Game of 2019?

    The year ahead

    And here we are again with another very important community poll. Last week, we asked what your Game of the Year for 2018 was, but this week, we're turning our gaze towards the year yet to come. Out of all the PlayStation 4 games releasing in 2019, what are you most looking forward to? Let's find out. But before we get stuck in, we...

  • Feature Our Most Anticipated PS4 Games of 2019

    Here we go again

    Holy crap, it's 2019! We're living in the future! But before we start rambling about hoverboards and all that, we thought it'd be a good idea to gather the Push Square team and go over our most anticipated games of the year. For simplicity's sake, we (mostly) stuck to titles that have a confirmed 2019 release date, so you won't find...

  • Game of the Year Push Square Readers' Top 10 PlayStation Games of 2018

    As voted by you

    The votes are in, the poll is closed, and it's time to reveal your top 10 PlayStation games of 2018. Unlike our staff Game of the Year and our forum Game of the Year, our reader Game of the Year is determined by public vote. Earlier this week, we asked you to take part in a poll that included 50 top-rated PlayStation titles -- the...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 253

    Sluggin' it

    January has rolled around and we’re in a bit of a dry patch, but you’ve still got all those Christmas games to complete, haven’t you? Here’s everything we’re playing this weekend. Robert Ramsey, Deputy Editor: For the first weekend of 2019, I plan on lazing around with a classic Japanese RPG. Sadly I can't tell you what it...

  • Guide Dreams Creator Beta FAQ - How to Sign Up and Everything You Need to Know

    When does the Dreams beta start?

    At long last, Media Molecule has confirmed dates for its highly anticipated beta test for the upcoming PS4 exclusive, Dreams. This astonishing game lets players make more or less anything they want using a powerful set of user friendly tools. We can't wait to see what everyone will cook up during the beta -- it's...

  • Soapbox Spending My Christmas with PlayStation VR

    Stephen's seen the virtual reality light

    My interest in virtual reality never really went away, but over the course of 2018, it definitely grew. This is most likely down to the fantastic drip feed of quality titles that lead to PlayStation VR having its best year yet -- WipEout Omega Collection got its free VR update, and we had several highly...

  • Guide New PS4 Games Releasing in January 2019

    Every upcoming PlayStation 4 release date in January 2019

    There’s no rest for the wicked, as January 2019’s new PS4 games include major releases like Resident Evil 2, Kingdom Hearts III, and Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. It’s a great start to the New Year, and when you factor in the release dates for remasters Onimusha: Warlords and Tales of...

  • Poll Vote for Your PlayStation Game of the Year 2018

    The big one

    The Push Square staff have had their say and so have our lovely forum members, but now it's time for the rest of you to decide on your PlayStation Game of the Year for 2018. How exciting! Below, you'll find a poll that contains the 50 nominees that put together for our own vote, all the way from God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2 to...

  • Feature Happy New Year from the Push Square Team

    Our mission statement for 2019

    No way? No way! It’s surely not 2019 already? Man, the year is going to take some time to sink in – aren’t we supposed to be driving hover cars and living in neon cities by now? Anyway, one thing that’s not up for debate is that the past year was Push Square’s best ever, and as the site approaches its tenth...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Our Top Ten Favourite PS4 Games of 2018

    Montage time

    Ten days of top notch Christmas content comes to a conclusion with a montage video made by yours truly. We’ve loved sharing our favourite PlayStation games of 2018 with you, and we thought that all of the titles deserved a video, so sit back and watch through our picks courtesy of the clip embedded above. We’ve also prepared a neat...

  • Feature What to Expect from PlayStation in 2019

    Games, services, and hardware

    As 2018 ends, it's time to look towards the year ahead. 2019 is surely going to be one of the most fascinating sets of 365 days for the PlayStation brand, and there's a multitude of reasons why. Every man and his dog knows that the PlayStation 5 is on its way, but when will it be announced and subsequently released? How...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #1 - God of War

    Kratos returns to his throne

    God of War may just be the greatest comeback story of all time. After the by-the-numbers God of War Ascension, it felt like the curtain had closed on Kratos and Sony Santa Monica’s character action brand. But returning director Cory Barlog and his crew ripped up the franchise rule book, changing the camera perspective...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Jamie's Personal Picks

    New and old

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We threatened to confiscate Jamie's retro consoles before he sent us his...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Victor's Personal Picks

    Dragon's dogma

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We told Victor we'd take away his ban hammer if he didn't send us his...

  • Feature Our Most Hype PlayStation Moments of 2018

    Hype get

    2018 has been one heck of a year for PlayStation. We've been flooded with good games for almost a full 12 months, and so we thought that we'd wheel out the team in order to list our most hype moments of 2018. Ranging from game reveals to individual gaming greatness, these are the moments that got us super excited. Here's to another year of...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #2 - Red Dead Redemption 2

    Red or dead

    Where do you even start with Red Dead Redemption 2? The game's a modern masterpiece and developer Rockstar's best ever release. Mature storytelling combines with one of, if not the best open world in gaming, and the result is a phenomenal experience from start to finish. Red Dead Redemption 2 may not be crowned our Game of the Year for...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Simon's Personal Picks

    Colossal lineup

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We enforced a Pokémon Go ban before Simon sent us his list. Fifth...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Best Story

    Novel worthy

    Alongside the usual top 10 countdown that culminates in the crowning of Push Square's game of the year, we've decided to expand our deliberations this year. On a select couple of days we will be celebrating different types of games, from smaller indie titles to those that push the boundaries of virtual reality. Today, we're celebrating...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #3 - Marvel's Spider-Man

    Spectacular

    A lot of things could've gone wrong with Marvel's Spider-Man. Such a beloved character brings with it a massive list of expectations from millions of fans, and while the superhero's video game career has had its moments, there have been several titles that have left players a little cold. When you consider the pressure on Insomniac Games...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Rebecca's Personal Picks

    Ink machine

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We confiscated Rebecca's Nintendo Switch before she handed in her list...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Best Indie Game

    Celebrating the one man teams

    Alongside the usual top 10 countdown that culminates in the crowning of Push Square's game of the year, we've decided to expand our deliberations this year. On a select couple of days we will be celebrating different types of games, from smaller indie titles to those that push the boundaries of virtual reality. Today,...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #4 - Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

    Best quest

    What a game Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is. Just when you think it's over, there's another 50 hours left. Then maybe another 50. But somehow, throughout all that time, it still manages to keep you on your toes. Its overall plot may be cliche, but the way that it's told and the many twists that it conjures deserve a huge...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 252

    Once more in 2018

    All that build up and anticipation, and Christmas is done and dusted already. Of course, there’s a chance that the bearded gift bearer may have left you some new games to play, and that’s why we’re here once again with your regularly scheduled WAYP – the last of the year, in fact. Sammy Barker, Editor: For the first time...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Graham's Personal Picks

    Moss Eisley

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We told Graham we'd burn his cassette collection if he didn't send us his...

  • Soapbox PSVR Quietly Had an Outstanding Year

    Sammy reckons 2018 has been strong for VR

    Rightly or wrongly, Sony’s earned a reputation for scrapping unsuccessful products. I don’t think it’s always fair because, when you see the sales data on PS Vita’s software for example, you can’t really expect a company to keep throwing cash at a system that’s clearly never going to stick. That...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Best PSVR Game

    The headset elite

    Alongside the usual top 10 countdown that culminates in the crowning of Push Square's game of the year, we've decided to expand our deliberations this year. On a select couple of days we will be celebrating different types of games, from smaller indie titles to those that push the boundaries of virtual reality. Today, it's the turn...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #5 - Detroit: Become Human

    Paranoid androids

    Quantic Dream has never been a studio to shy away from moral dilemmas and the big questions. Just look at its previous two releases, Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. While Heavy Rain used a detective story to explore loss and desperation, Beyond: Two Souls considers fitting in and finding your place in the world. Detroit: Become...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Sammy's Personal Picks

    Become human

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We threatened to send Sammy a truckload of physical press kit tat before...

  • Indie Bin Crayola Scoot, Dakar 18, Farming Simulator 19

    Also: Hellfront: Honeymoon, RAZED

    From the embers of the Push Square Podcast rises Indie Bin – a feature that draws attention to some of the smaller games in PlayStation's busy release schedule. Once the Indie Bin is full, we'll put it out for collection in these consolidated articles featuring several pint-sized reviews. The metric here is...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #6 - Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition

    A trinket worth keeping

    Considering the plentiful buffet of new games catered throughout this year, it is easy for one to miss the indie repertoire of 2018. From witnessing an arduous father and son journey in the realm of Midgard to trotting the lands of the Wild West, avid gamers were sure to have been in a race against time to experience the...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Robert's Personal Picks

    There be dragons

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. Rob spent a whole week "finding himself" up in the mountains before...

  • Feature The PS4 Games You Already Forgot Were Released in 2018

    Oh yeah, that came out

    The Christmas tree is still up, presents are discarded around the house, the tins of Celebrations are half empty, and Push Square scribes are penning articles that celebrate the very best of everyone's favourite hobby. That's right folks, we hope you're enjoying Game of the Year 2018! However, you won't find any of those...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #7 - Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

    All cel and good

    Aside from the thoroughly charming cel-shaded aesthetic and good-natured storytelling, Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom bears little resemblance to its 2011 predecessor: the cast of characters is entirely new, the battle system has been completely revamped, and there’s huge focus placed on a city building minigame. It’s one of...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Jacob's Personal Picks

    The Revenant

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. Jacob told us he'd barely played any games this year, but we gave him...

  • Guide Best PS4 Games

    PlayStation 4's top games

    What are the top 50 PS4 games? The PlayStation 4 is in the latter half of its lifecycle now, and with age comes a substantial library of games. With such a huge selection of top quality titles, it can be tough deciding what to buy or play, and that's why we've put together this list of what we think are the best games on...

  • Guide Best PS4 Boxing Day 2018 Deals

    Big savings

    Ah, good ol’ Boxing Day, eh? It was the big shopping holiday here in the UK before Black Friday took to these shores like a particularly poisonous plague. These days it’s not such a big deal, but you can never rule out a festive offer or three. And now you’ve got that cash that grandma put in your Xmas card, you may actually be...

  • Feature We Wish You a Merry Christmas

    Compliments of the season to you

    Wait, is this thing on? So wait, we keep the servers online even though no one’s actually here? What do you mean people are reading this article – aren’t you supposed to be squabbling with family members over pigs in blankets? Oh right, you wanted to read the latest Game of the Year entry – well, you’ll...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Stephen's Personal Picks

    By the gods

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We told Stephen that he'd have to spend the rest of his days in Slack...

  • Talking Point What Free January 2019 PS Plus Games Do You Want?

    When will January 2019's PlayStation Plus lineup be revealed?

    What’s the January 2019 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when exactly will the January 2019 PS Plus lineup be revealed? We're entering a new era for PS+, as Sony will scrap PlayStation 3 and PS Vita support once March rolls around. That means that January 2019 represents one of the last...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Alex's Personal Picks

    Big guns

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We told Alex he wouldn't be allowed to flip his Brazilian BBQ card until he...

  • Soapbox I Would Never Have Played the Excellent Bloodborne if Not for PS Plus

    Stephen tells the tale of how he joined the hunt

    For those that aren't aware, I'm a proper wuss. I have an irrational fear of spiders and other creepy crawlies, and I'd much rather watch the works of Walt Disney than Tobe Hooper. The scariest film I've ever seen is probably Alien, and I'd say the scariest game I've ever played, until recently, was...

  • Poll What Games Do You Plan on Playing Over the Holidays?

    'Tis the season

    Ah, winter holidays. Is there any better time to just sit back, relax, and play some lovely video games? Well, we suppose the answer to that all depends on whether you actually have some free time, but we imagine that most of you reading this will have at least a couple of days to do as you wish over the next week or so. And so we...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #8 - Shadow of the Colossus

    They call me the wanderer

    The odds are that if you have a conversation about the merits of video games as an art form, someone is going to bring up Shadow of the Colossus. Team ICO’s 2005 masterpiece is no stranger to re-releases, having been ported to the PlayStation 3 in an impressive package in 2011, but this time things were different. Rather...

  • Game of the Year 2018 John's Personal Picks

    Boy!

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We threatened John with a David Cage shower scene before he dropped his list...

  • Indie Bin Racket Fury, Super Volley Blast, The Videokid

    Also: Track Lab, Guns'n'Stories

    From the embers of the Push Square Podcast rises Indie Bin – a feature that draws attention to some of the smaller games in PlayStation's busy release schedule. Once the Indie Bin is full, we'll put it out for collection in these consolidated articles featuring several pint-sized reviews. The metric here is simple:...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #9 - Monster Hunter: World

    A true monster

    Finally bringing Capcom's criminally addictive series back to home consoles, Monster Hunter: World wowed both critics and fans when it released near the start of the year. Its early release date has perhaps hindered it when it comes to Game of the Year conversations, but make no mistake: this superbly crafted action RPG should not be...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Christian's Personal Picks

    Indie heaven

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We threatened Christian with matcha milk before he sent us his list...

  • Game of the Year 2018 The 10 Best PlayStation Soundtracks

    Life’s a happy song

    2018 was absolutely loaded with great games, and equally great music. The quality started all the way back in January and didn’t let up, offering top-notch content throughout the year. But, as with most lists of this nature, some truly incredible music had to be left off, including the likes of Dead Cells, Hollow Knight,...

  • Game of the Year 2018 #10 - Spyro: Reignited Trilogy

    Feel good dragon

    Taking into account the joy provided by the release of Crash Brandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, it was silly to think that this venture wasn’t going to kickstart a flurry of remakes that would send us flying head first back to our childhood. Despite some hearty competition in 2018, the Spyro: Reignited Trilogy still manages to sparkle...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 251

    Happy holidays

    Merry Christmas, everyone! Have you got all your shopping yet? This author, er, hasn’t so… Yeah, this week’s WAYP is being put together in haste shall we say? That’s okay, though, because it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Let’s get on with it. Allen Reynolds, Reviewer: This week I’ve found myself plowing...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Lloyd's Personal Picks

    Forever Forsaken

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We dressed as Agent 47 and pointed a silenced pistol at Lloyd until...

  • Game of the Year 2018 Liam's Personal Picks

    Crofty

    The annual Push Square Towers tradition is back, as we sit down our scribes and pester them once more for their five favourite PlayStation games of the year. With such a strong assortment of software in 2018, it’s always tough deciding upon the cream of the crop. We threatened to take away Liam's lasagne before he sent us his list. Fifth...

  • Site News Push Square's Game of the Year 2018 Coverage Starts Now

    All will be revealed

    We know we say this every year, but 2018 really is our biggest Christmas schedule ever. Like, frankly it’s flabbergasting how much content we’ve prepared for the next 10 or so days – there’s everything from holiday editions of Indie Bin through to Soapboxes, Polls, and much more. We’re really proud to be ending the...

  • Feature Best PS2 Classics That Need to Come to PS4

    Greatest hits

    Sony’s commitment to its PS2 Classics program has been shoddy at best, but with the initiative not discontinued (as far as we can tell), we've been pondering which last-last-gen titles deserve the upscale-and-Trophies treatment. While we had planned to put together a short list, the Japanese giant's legendary system had so many hits...

  • Guide How to Create a US PSN Account on PS4

    Buy digital games and content from America

    Creating a US PSN account on the PS4 is important if you're eager to take advantage of localised offers, download demos and betas that may not be available in your region, or simply want to poke around in another country’s PlayStation Store. The good news is that the PlayStation 4 is completely...