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Store Update: 19th January 2016 (Europe)

19th January 2016 (Europe)

#NoGames

Holy heck! We're barely knee deep into the New Year and the European PlayStation Store is already exploding into life, with a whopping 17 new titles for you to choose from this time – none of which are Gone Home. The highlights, we suppose, include Resident Evil Zero and World of Tanks, but there's a little bit of something for everyone...

Review: Infinifactory (PS4)

Infinifactory (PS4)

Manufacturing mayhem

Infinifactory is a peculiar puzzle game which sees you snatched by a non-English speaking alien race, and tasks you with constructing production lines to manufacture their various contraptions. The game plays a little like Minecraft in create mode, whereby you have the ability to float around a 3D space in order to meet the...

News: Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Makes a Stink on PS Vita This Week

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Makes a Stink on PS Vita This Week

Something new for my Vita!

Delicious escapade Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, part of the amazingly old series dating back to 1997, has been set a release date for the PlayStation Vita on 19th January in Europe and North America. The game originally launched in 2014 on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with this latest version being refurbished for...

News: Diablo 3's Latest Patch Is Playing Hell on PS4

Diablo 3's Latest Patch Is Playing Hell on PS4

Blizzard's looking into it, though

Diablo 3's latest patch launched just a few days ago - it introduced a whole new area, expanded existing locations, and added in a ton of new legendary items. Understandably, loot lovers were excited for the changes, but the blood soaked party's stuttered a little after Digital Foundry discovered that the update...

News: You Won't Be Able to Trade Equipment with Friends in The Division at Launch

You Won't Be Able to Trade Equipment with Friends in The Division at Launch

Mine, mine, mine

We remember when people were mad about the fact that you couldn't trade weapons and armour with your friends in Destiny, but really, that particular feature would have put a bullet in the game's lasting power. With that in mind, and with all of the recent comparisons between Bungie's sci-fi adventure and Tom Clancy's The Division,...

Review: Resident Evil Zero (PS4)

Resident Evil Zero (PS4)

From zero to hero

Last year, Capcom delighted fans (and newcomers) with an HD remaster of its legendary GameCube exclusive remake, Resident Evil. A year later and the firm's other former Nintendo exclusive Resident Evil Zero has arrived on the PlayStation 4. But while last year's efforts were great, the ported package still had some areas of uneven...

News: Turn Down the Volume for NieR: Automata's Fan Message Video

Turn Down the Volume for NieR: Automata's Fan Message Video

Scream if you're hyped

When NieR: Automata was revealed last year at E3, there was reason to be excited. Developed by Platinum Games, the action role-playing sequel is a project that's obviously worth keeping an eye on - and today, Square Enix has taken the opportunity to thank fans for their support and enthusiasm up to this point. The video...

News: A Portion of The Division's Open World Has Been Cut from the Finished Game

A Portion of The Division's Open World Has Been Cut from the Finished Game

Bye-bye Brooklyn

When Tom Clancy's The Division was initially revealed, we were thrown into a snowy recreation of Brooklyn - one of New York's most famous boroughs. However, according to a statement from creative director Magnus Jansen, published by Examiner, Brooklyn won't feature in the finished game - at least, not at launch. "For Tom Clancy's...

News: UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Keeps Truckin'

UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Keeps Truckin'

Rockstar's release up to second as Call of Duty tops

Grand Theft Auto V is an unstoppable juggernaut. The game, which first launched over two years ago, has climbed to second in this week's UK sales charts, proving that there ain't any stopping Rockstar's train. Call of Duty: Black Ops III continued its dominance in first position, while FIFA 16,...

Push Rewind: PS4 Firmware Updates, Our 2016 Predictions, and PS Vita Lives

PS4 Firmware Updates, Our 2016 Predictions, and PS Vita Lives

Slowly does it

After an absolutely action packed start to 2016, things slowed down a little this week. Ubisoft put out some new footage of Tom Clancy's The Division, but other than that, it's been a particularly quiet one, with an uneventful PlayStation 4 firmware update being one of the few highlights. You won't hear us complaining, of course –...

News: Could a New Tokyo Jungle Be in the Works?

Could a New Tokyo Jungle Be in the Works?

Producer Masaaki Yamagiwa teases a new project

A lot of people probably remember Tokyo Jungle for its obscure, Pomeranian-sporting front cover, but it was an excellent game in its own right. Set in a world in which humans have become extinct and animals roam the streets of cities, players had to gather animals into packs and take over Tokyo,...

News: Rely on Your Grey Cells in Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders on PS4

Rely on Your Grey Cells in Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders on PS4

One must seek the truth within

With the new Sherlock Holmes game a little way away, a certain Belgian detective is eyeing a fresh set of crimes on the PlayStation 4. Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders will see everyone's favourite moustachioed super sleuth breathing down the necks of cel-shaded criminals, as he tracks down a serial killer using his...

News: Really Big Robots Wreck Each Other in RIGS PS4 Gameplay

Really Big Robots Wreck Each Other in RIGS PS4 Gameplay

Lord of the ring

RIGS: Mechanized Combat League is the closest thing resembling an actual game for PlayStation VR right now, and it's looking pretty neat – even if it's clearly still quite early. The Guerrilla Cambridge developed shooter-cross-soccer futuristic sports game sees you assuming the seat inside a supercharged mech, which you'll need to...