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News: This PS4 Game Will Spin You Round Baby, Right Round

This PS4 Game Will Spin You Round Baby, Right Round

Feeling dizzy

Between the likes of Octodad: Dadliest Catch and King Oddball, there have been no shortage of strange games on the PlayStation 4 – but the impending Roundabout may just be the oddest yet. Set to start spinning in early 2015, the limousine simulation is essentially a reimagining of Game Boy Advance classic Kuru Kuru Kururin [Can never...

News: Have a Peek at Dragon Age: Inquisition's 16 Minute Private E3 Gameplay Demo

Have a Peek at Dragon Age: Inquisition's 16 Minute Private E3 Gameplay Demo

Hot stuff

Upcoming PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition had a rather tame showing at EA's E3 press conference last month. Alongside cringe inducing dialogue from the on-stage GM Aaryn Flynn, the game didn't get the big gameplay blowout that many expected, probably due to the publisher's strict time table. Thankfully, the...

News: PS4 Edition of Sniper Elite III Puts a Bullet in the Console Competition

PS4 Edition of Sniper Elite III Puts a Bullet in the Console Competition

On target

Sony’s no stranger to winning console comparison contests these days – and the PlayStation 4 has once again put a bullet in its closest competitor, the Xbox One. The visual wizards over at Digital Foundry report that the Japanese giant’s next-gen console provides the best home for long-distance shooter Sniper Elite III – assuming...

Store Update: 9th July 2014 (Europe)

9th July 2014 (Europe)

Bite me

There are a couple of unexpected additions to the European PlayStation Store this week, with both 1920s trumpet-a-thon Jazz: Trump’s Journey and ghoulish bicycle simulation Skeleton Rider pedalling onto the PlayStation Vita. Other anticipated additions include season finale

News: Uncharted Collection a 'Good Candidate' for PS4, but Sony Won't 'Flood the Market' with Remakes

Uncharted Collection a 'Good Candidate' for PS4, but Sony Won't 'Flood the Market' with Remakes

Firm won't Sully reputation

While the PlayStation 4 may be garnering a bit of a reputation for re-releases, The Last of Us Remastered is the only real port currently in Sony's portfolio. Granted, the likes of Escape Plan and Sound Shapes did accompany the console at launch, but these seemed more like late additions to the platform holder’s...

Store Update: 8th July 2014 (North America)

8th July 2014 (North America)

A different place

You’ll finally be entering Another World with this week’s North American PlayStation Store update, so don’t forget to stock up on sodas – and the odd strategy guide or two. Accompanying the re-release of Delphine Software’s timeless classic is whiffy puzzler MouseCraft and manga tie-in One Piece: Unlimited World Red. What...

News: PS4's Free-to-Play Policies Could See Fortnite Building a Base on Console Yet

PS4's Free-to-Play Policies Could See Fortnite Building a Base on Console Yet

Fortifying a future

Sony is not afraid to support free-to-play games, as evidenced by the roster of complimentary content currently available on the PlayStation 4’s storefront. And that change means that Epic Games is now pondering whether to bring its building affair Fortnite to the format in the future – even if it remains a PC exclusive for...

News: Sony: PS4's Christmas Lineup Compares 'Very, Very Well' to Xbox One

Sony: PS4's Christmas Lineup Compares 'Very, Very Well' to Xbox One

Greatness awaits

As with the PlayStation 3 before it, there’s an accelerating sentiment around the web that the PlayStation 4 lacks games. Despite new releases deploying on a weekly basis, many armchair analysts have opted to criticise the console’s first year – primarily its lack of first-party content. Many argue that Microsoft – with...

News: Bloodborne Will Be One of the Playable Titles at GamesCom Next Month

Bloodborne Will Be One of the Playable Titles at GamesCom Next Month

PS4 exclusive netting public playtime

Did you think that you’d need to wait an age for your next glimpse at From Software’s impending PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne? With the release still seemingly on track for an early 2015 release, the Japanese studio has revealed that the spiritual successor to Demon’s Souls will be on display at...

News: The New PS4 Project from the People Behind Borderlands Fuses Two Popular Genres

The New PS4 Project from the People Behind Borderlands Fuses Two Popular Genres

Born for battle

When it’s not deliberating which platforms to put Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel out on, Gearbox Software is busy beavering away on Battleborn, a brand new first-person shooter that fuses the firm’s understanding of co-operative mechanics with the monstrously popular MOBA genre. You’ll play as one of five futuristic warriors,...

Review: MouseCraft (PlayStation 4)

MouseCraft (PlayStation 4)

Feta than you might think

Taking two loved classics and splicing them together is no mean feat, but the cheese obsessed minds at Crunching Koalas have done just that with their debut title MouseCraft. Taking strong whiffs from both Tetris and Lemmings, this title certainly has a solid premise – but does it do enough to differentiate itself from...

DLC Review: Is Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn's £24.99 Complete Bundle DLC Worth the Cost?

Is Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn's £24.99 Complete Bundle DLC Worth the Cost?

Heavy metal

Let's start with the obvious: when you've just coughed up around £30 for a game only to find that there's a £24.99 DLC bundle ready and waiting on the PlayStation Store from day one, it's hard not to feel a little robbed. Sure, it's stuff that adds to the core game, but you probably haven't even had the chance to shoot down your...