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News: Tales of Zestiria Gets First English Trailer and Long-Awaited Western Release Date

Tales of Zestiria Gets First English Trailer and Long-Awaited Western Release Date

So Sorey

It seems like we've waited an age for Japanese action role-playing game Tales of Zestiria to get a Western release date, but the news has finally broke courtesy of the title's first English trailer. The first thing that fans will likely note is that the English voice acting seems to follow typical Tales Of tradition, in that some of it...

News: Invisible, Inc. Infiltrates PS4 in the Undisclosed Future

Invisible, Inc. Infiltrates PS4 in the Undisclosed Future

Tactical espionage action

Have you ever seen a game announced on the PlayStation Blog with no mention of what it actually is? It happens more than you'd expect, and Invisible, Inc. is the latest culprit. Look, the spy-inspired outing may be the latest release from Don't Starve developer Klei Entertainment – but there are a lot of games out there...

News: Looks Like Korea's Getting Some PS4 Greatest Hits

Looks Like Korea's Getting Some PS4 Greatest Hits

The essentials

We suppose that the PlayStation 4's just about old enough to command a Greatest Hits label, and it looks like that's exactly what it'll be getting in South Korea from 22nd April. We can't read the region's moon language, so we apologise for any errors in advance, but it seems like the cut-price releases will retail for ₩27,800...

DLC Review: Dragon Ball XenoVerse's GT Pack 2 Unleashes the Evil

Dragon Ball XenoVerse's GT Pack 2 Unleashes the Evil

Hot and cold

Dragon Ball XenoVerse's second slice of DLC carries on the Dragon Ball GT theme from the first pack, adding two new characters from the aforementioned animated series. As with GT Pack 1, however, GT Pack 2 isn't a simple character add-on – it's another bundle of XenoVerse content that expands the existing release with new skills,...

News: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Ascends with New PS4, PS3 DLC from 30th April

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Ascends with New PS4, PS3 DLC from 30th April

The big grapple

Microsoft's period of timed exclusivity is almost over, which means that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's second expansion, Ascendance, will deploy imminently on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. Due out on 30th April, the pack includes four new maps, the Infection episode of the spin-off Exo Zombies co-op sub-saga, and a brand...

Feature: Meet the Man Who's Helping Students Publish PS4, Vita Games

Meet the Man Who's Helping Students Publish PS4, Vita Games

"I want my students to be the next big indie developers"

With the emphasis on exclusives, marketing deals, and services, we rarely take the time to think about gaming at a grass roots level. Trailers and reviews command the majority of our traffic here at Push Square, so it's perhaps easy to overlook all of the effort that goes into schools and...

Feature: What Do You Mean You've Never Played... Transformers: War for Cybertron?

What Do You Mean You've Never Played... Transformers: War for Cybertron?

Cullen your name

Video games are quite the unpredictable bunch. Dark horses like Batman: Arkham Asylum and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor will come out of nowhere as surprising Game of the Year contenders, while shocking letdowns such as Assassin's Creed Unity and The Order: 1886 will leave gamers pondering where their promise and potential went...

Store Update: 15th April 2015 (Europe)

15th April 2015 (Europe)

Meet your murderer

Consider this a catch-up edition of the weekly European PlayStation Store update. Yes, the likes of Mortal Kombat X may be headlining, but it's long overdue titles such as Costume Quest 2 and Home that caught our eye. Both of these released in North America many months ago, so it's nice to see SCEE finally back up to date. Now,...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Endures Another Hefty Slip, But Still Comes Out on Top 

Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Endures Another Hefty Slip, But Still Comes Out on Top 

Technically, at least

Yep, it's really happening: the PlayStation 4's recent dominance of the Japanese hardware charts is without doubt coming to a close, but even a weighty drop of about 10,000 sales hasn't been enough to knock Sony's home console off the top spot. You can compare last week's Japanese charts through here Selling through 17,855...

News: You Can Finally Watch Taylor Swift Videos on PS4, PS3

You Can Finally Watch Taylor Swift Videos on PS4, PS3

Everything has changed

Spotify may be missing Taylor Swift's back catalogue, but Vevo will fill that Blank Space. The music video streaming service – owned and maintained by Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Google – will be launching on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Europe later today, bringing its massive library...

News: PS4 Releases Reduced in Latest Round of EU Sales

PS4 Releases Reduced in Latest Round of EU Sales

Cash back

You like LEGO, right? Of course you do – only Mega Bloks fanboys shun the famous Danish bricks. Assuming that you don't fall into the latter category, then you're going to have a field day over the next couple of weeks, as practically every entry in Traveller's Tales' popular series is up for sale. That includes LEGO Batman 3: Beyond...

News: Metro Redux Shows a Thirst for the Apocalypse with Over 1.5 Million Copies Sold

Metro Redux Shows a Thirst for the Apocalypse with Over 1.5 Million Copies Sold

Take that, mutants

A collection that contains remastered versions of both Metro: 2033 and Metro Last Light, Metro Redux is a pretty meaty package, and we'd argue one of the best shooters on the PlayStation 4. It's quite nice, then, that the post-apocalyptic romp has sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. The news comes via Deep Silver, and,...

Store Update: 14th April 2015 (North America)

14th April 2015 (North America)

Late to the party

We may be late posting the North American PlayStation Store update – but that doesn't mean that the content's changed. Your interest in this article may have, however, so we're pondering whether it's worth putting any effort into this pre-amble at all. In fact, we could probably post this video of a slipping Buckingham Palace...

News: Screenshots and a Teaser Trailer Give You a Glimpse of Star Ocean 5 on PS4

Screenshots and a Teaser Trailer Give You a Glimpse of Star Ocean 5 on PS4

Look to the stars

We knew that it wouldn't be long before Square Enix started running the media tap with regards to Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness. As such, the publisher's released two pretty looking screenshots and one teaser trailer for the upcoming sci-fi role-playing game. The pictures mostly give an idea of what sort of...

News: Even Xbox's Boss Is Impressed by Bloodborne's PS4 Sales

Even Xbox's Boss Is Impressed by Bloodborne's PS4 Sales

Hunter's dream

In a move that's been no way orchestrated by Microsoft's marketing team, Phil 'One of Us' Spencer has congratulated Sony on the success of Bloodborne, which has already surpassed one million sales globally. To be fair to the Xbox chief, he did at least acknowledge that people would raise eyebrows at the message – so there's that...

News: Costume Quest 2 Gets a Timely European Release Date

Costume Quest 2 Gets a Timely European Release Date

A trick and a treat

After spending, oh, just the eight months in SCEE quality assurance hell, Costume Quest 2 is finally ready for, er, Hallowe'en. The game's already available on the PlayStation 3 in Europe, but missed the Holiday of Horrors by some margin on the PlayStation 4. There's no word as to why the game was delayed – maybe it couldn't...

First Impressions: Taking One on the Chin in Mortal Kombat X on PS4

Taking One on the Chin in Mortal Kombat X on PS4

You make me larrrf, Kitana

Mortal Kombat X is genuinely funny. You can bombard us with Johnny Cage-esque green orbs in the comments all you like, but there's no way that developer NetherRealm built this game with a straight face. And that's a good thing. The amount of tomfoolery on display at times is outrageous – and it's bettered only by the...