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Review: Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! (PlayStation Vita)

Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! (PlayStation Vita)

Food poisoning

With the Senran Kagura series, developer Marvelous has already served up several saucy dishes – but PlayStation Vita exclusive Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! sprinkles a little extra spice into the bubbling broth. A rhythm game with a culinary twist, this curious cook-‘em-up sees the property’s now infamous buxom ninja babes...

News: PS4 Messages Significantly Improved with Firmware Update 2.02

PS4 Messages Significantly Improved with Firmware Update 2.02

Inbox enhancements

One of the quieter improvements implemented as part of PlayStation 4 firmware update v2.00 was to the Friends List, which previously would take eons to load. This social section of the next-gen console’s operating system now boots like lightning, showing all of your buddies with nary a sign of a spinning ring. The same is now...

News: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to Secure Two PS4 Patches This Week

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to Secure Two PS4 Patches This Week

Patched up

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the best entry in Activision’s first-person franchise for some time, but players have reported some multiplayer connectivity mishaps since its launch last week. Fortunately, developer Sledgehammer Games is on the case, and is preparing a couple of PlayStation 4 patches which will hopefully iron out the...

News: PS4 Firmware Update 2.02 Is Ready to Download Right Now

PS4 Firmware Update 2.02 Is Ready to Download Right Now

Stable as a new table

Who doesn’t love a good stabilising? As announced overnight, PlayStation 4 firmware update v2.02 is ready to download right now – and it weighs in at 217.2MB. The update is mandatory, so you’re going to want to set aside a few minutes to grab this if you’re planning to play online tonight. Obviously, it’ll download...

Weirdness: This Sneaky Sony Engineer Hid His Name in Your PS4

This Sneaky Sony Engineer Hid His Name in Your PS4

Can you find it?

If you were about to leave a company, what would you do to make sure that your name lived on within its walls? Well, Kazuya Sakakihara – an ex-software engineer for Sony, who helped design both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 – decided that the best way for him to leave an indelible mark on the Japanese giant was to quite...

News: Here's How LittleBigPlanet 3 Is Being Marketed on PS4, PS3 in North America

Here's How LittleBigPlanet 3 Is Being Marketed on PS4, PS3 in North America

Stand small

LittleBigPlanet is a franchise that’s so innovative that it deserves an advertisement that’s equally imaginitive. We’re happy to say, then, that this commercial for the third entry in the series is pretty clever. Not only does it take a pot-shot at the homogenisation of the rest of the industry, but it also manages to squeeze in...

News: This Grand Theft Auto V PS4 Trailer Will Sell You on the Sandbox Again

This Grand Theft Auto V PS4 Trailer Will Sell You on the Sandbox Again

Red carpet release

Rockstar Games should probably be tried for extortion on the basis of this Grand Theft Auto V video – after all, it’s convinced us to double dip on the title’s PlayStation 4 re-release. The company always manages to cut a good trailer, but with sweeping vehicle shots and some solid sound bites, this clip will practically...

News: Telltale's Game of Thrones Will Stay Seated for Six Episodes

Telltale's Game of Thrones Will Stay Seated for Six Episodes

Sitting comfortably

Telltale Games’ hotly anticipated episodic Game of Thrones adaptation will remain perched on the property’s iron chair for six episodes, the developer has revealed. The first instalment – dubbed ‘Iron from Ice’ – will apparently premiere soon, with more information expected to be announced during the PlayStat

Review: The Wolf Among Us - A Telltale Games Series (PlayStation 4)

The Wolf Among Us - A Telltale Games Series (PlayStation 4)

Huff ‘n’ puff

The Wolf Among Us is the last of Telltale Games’ previously released titles to wind up on the PlayStation 4. When these next-gen ports were initially announced, many expected them to offer more stable editions of the famously buggy escapades available elsewhere. Sadly, both The Walking Dead: Season One, and, to a lesser extent,