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Round Up: Here's All of Our Game of the Year Coverage

Here's All of Our Game of the Year Coverage

Once more with feeling

With the holidays still in semi-swing, you were never going to stop us from squeezing one last feature out of our ongoing Game of the Year coverage. We put a ton of effort into this year's articles and videos, but figured that you may have missed the odd story while out and about over the Christmas break. Worry not, though,...

News: Corpse Party: Blood Drive Hops on the Highway to Hell

Corpse Party: Blood Drive Hops on the Highway to Hell

XSEED registers domain for Vita exclusive

There may be a dearth of big budget blockbusters on the PlayStation Vita right now, but there are bags of indie titles and quirky Japanese curios. Corpse Party is one franchise that blossomed into popularity towards the end of the PlayStation Portable's life, and it looks like its Vita exclusive successor,...

News: Throw Some Horns at God Eater 2: Rage Burst's Opening Cinematic

Throw Some Horns at God Eater 2: Rage Burst's Opening Cinematic

Delicious deities

This slick God Eater 2: Rage Burst cinematic may seem like it's been designed with teenage Linkin Park fans in mind, but it should get you in the mood for the forthcoming PlayStation 4 and Vita re-release. Produced by anime studio Ufotable, it shows a group of everyday warriors getting ready for battle – with some autotuned...

News: Limbo Will Play Dead on PS4 Very Soon

Limbo Will Play Dead on PS4 Very Soon

Shades of grey

Following its debut on the Xbox One late last year, it seems that Limbo will step out of the shadows on the PlayStation 4 soon, too. European ratings board PEGI has submitted a listing for Danish developer Playdead's macabre adventure, which was filed on 1st January. It's rare that these classifications are submitted by mistake, so...

Weirdness: What if Hideo Kojima Was the Star of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes?

What if Hideo Kojima Was the Star of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes?

War changes

The best thing about games releasing on the PC is that modders instantly get to work tinkering with the source code. While this isn't our idea of entertainment, said part-time programmers do often come up with some nifty tweaks. And this Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes modification, which puts auteur Hideo Kojima in the lead role, is...

News: Sony Extends PlayStation Plus Subs Due to Xmas PSN Outage

Sony Extends PlayStation Plus Subs Due to Xmas PSN Outage

Playing nice

The venom pointed at the PlayStation Network is always at its peak when the service is offline, as everyone tends to go back to their business when functionality is restored. That said, there's no denying that the platform's recent holiday outage was unfortunate, and even though a faction of cyber attackers may be to blame, Sony's come...

Poll: What Was Your Favourite PlayStation Game of 2014?

What Was Your Favourite PlayStation Game of 2014?

We need you

We've milked our Game of the Year coverage harder than a Cravendale cow, but the sugary sweet conclusion is now in sight. With our PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita favourites wrapped up in text and video form, we're now pointing a figurative finger in your direction in order to ascertain your 2014 picks. Game of the Year is...

Video: Why Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor Is Our Game of the Year

Why Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor Is Our Game of the Year

You orc to know

It's tag-team time. For the final instalment in our gruelling Game of the Year coverage, this video editor has paired up with Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor reviewer Joey Thurmond to uncover just why Monolith Productions' open world adventure deserves our overall PlayStation Platinum Trophy gong. Yeah, the Dudley Boyz may want to...

Game of the Year: Platinum Trophy - Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

Platinum Trophy - Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

Precious

2014's Game of the Year winner perhaps comes as a surprise, given that we weren't all that confident in its success when it was originally unveiled. Unsure if it was a movie tie-in or simply another in a long line of disappointing Lord of the Rings titles, a slew of intriguing trailers, conference appearances, and developer interviews...

Feature: 2014's Most Memorable PlayStation Music

2014's Most Memorable PlayStation Music

Sounds good

The music that we hear in games plays an integral part in our enjoyment of the experience. While this is by no means exclusive to the medium, the interactive nature of games means that the memories linked with certain musical cues can carry more potency than in other types of media. Last year was a hell of a year for game soundtracks,...

News: PS4 Racer Ready to Run Hits a Speed Bump

PS4 Racer Ready to Run Hits a Speed Bump

Beatshapers busy with other projects

Ukrainian developer Beatshapers had already been working on Ready to Run for a while when we spoke to the studio in February, but it doesn't sound like the remote control racer will be ready for release any time soon. With its ongoing virtual reality experiments, along with continued work on streaming sho

News: January's Free PlayStation Plus Games include inFAMOUS: First Light on PS4 and More

January's Free PlayStation Plus Games include inFAMOUS: First Light on PS4 and More

The Swapper, DuckTales Remastered, and Duke Nukem also up for grabs

Prematurely or not, Sony's announced the European PlayStation Plus lineup for January on Facebook. As part of a video – which hasn't been removed from the platform holder's page yet – the firm reiterated that PlayStation 4 exclusive inFAMOUS: First Light will be your headline...

Review: Cosmophony (PlayStation 3)

Cosmophony (PlayStation 3)

Hell in a halfpipe

Cosmophony is a rhythmic shooter for the PlayStation 3 which has you guiding a craft as it flies through a wire frame halfpipe packed full of geometric shapes. These are either obstacles to avoid or targets to blast and each of the five stages available are set to a thumping drum and bass soundtrack from French producer and DJ,...