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News: The Dark Brotherhood Teases Bloody Murder in The Elder Scrolls Online

The Dark Brotherhood Teases Bloody Murder in The Elder Scrolls Online

We know, we know

The Dark Brotherhood is coming to The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited at some point in the next few months, and the cult's keen on reminding you of its dark and sinister presence courtesy of a new teaser trailer. Admittedly, the clip doesn't show much, but it might just be enough to get you in the mood for some stabby...

News: Rocket League Hoops Looks Like Another Slam Dunk

Rocket League Hoops Looks Like Another Slam Dunk

Find out what all the hoopla's about

Even games as good as Rocket League require fresh updates to keep their fanbase engaged, and it looks like Psyonix has struck gold yet again with the title's upcoming Hoops patch. The new mode – which basically turns the title into basketball with cars as opposed to football with cars – looks like a simple...

News: PSN's Finally Getting Two-Step Authentication

PSN's Finally Getting Two-Step Authentication

Welcome to 2005

Well, this is a pleasant surprise: Sony's adding two-factor authentication to the PlayStation Network, it's confirmed. First requests for this feature were found etched into cave drawings by Neanderthals, so it's nice to know that the Japanese giant's heard your feedback and is on the case. "In order to further safeguard our users...

Soapbox: Sony Needs to Set the Record Straight on PS4K Soon

Sony Needs to Set the Record Straight on PS4K Soon

Silent fright

I think, after reading in detail the reams of information that leaked regarding PlayStation 4K yesterday, that Sony is doing right by existing PS4 owners – but it's clear that not everyone agrees. Those of you that know me in person will know that I have a mild obsession with NeoGAF, spending incalculable hours trawling through the...

Hands On: Reliving a Memorable War in Valkyria Chronicles Remastered on PS4

Reliving a Memorable War in Valkyria Chronicles Remastered on PS4

Well in, Welkin

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered is a fine example of a game that'll always look bloody lovely because of its art style. When the original Valkyria Chronicles launched on the PlayStation 3 all the way back in 2008, it was a stunner, sporting wistful, superbly crafted watercolour-esque visuals. From start to finish the title was a joy...

News: Shadow Complex Remastered Finally Fires onto PS4 Next Month

Shadow Complex Remastered Finally Fires onto PS4 Next Month

The second best game starring Nolan North in May

Shadow Complex, the age-old Xbox 360 exclusive, will finally make its PlayStation 4 debut on 3rd May – in remastered form. For those who aren't familiar with the original, this Chair Entertainment developed Metroidvania was a huge hit on Xbox Live Arcade, and widely regarded as one of the best games...

News: Japanese Sales Charts: All's Quiet on the Eastern Front

Japanese Sales Charts: All's Quiet on the Eastern Front

PS4 stays top, though

It's been another quiet week in Japan for PlayStation and the market in general, as a dearth of new blockbuster releases ensured that the software charts looked particularly dismal. The PlayStation 4 saw three fresh entries in Divinity: Original Sin - Enhanced Edition, République, and Skullgirls 2nd Encore, but none of them...

News: Oddworld's Lorne Lanning: Consoles Lasting 7 Years Is Becoming Less Viable

Oddworld's Lorne Lanning: Consoles Lasting 7 Years Is Becoming Less Viable

It's an odd world

While there are conflicting reports on where developers stand on the PlayStation 4K, industry veteran Lorne Lanning has hinted that Sony may be making the right move in an interview with Game Informer. The silver haired suit – who co-founded Oddworld Inhabitants – suggested that he personally believes the concept of seven year...

News: Sony Is Making 1080p a Requirement for Neo Mode Games on PS4K

Sony Is Making 1080p a Requirement for Neo Mode Games on PS4K

Frame rate can't be lower than the base game, either

The internet's still reeling from the news that PS4K seems to be the real deal, but the details just won't stop dripping. On the latest Giant Bombcast - the podcast of Giant Bomb, the publication that initially revealed the contents of the PS4K technical documents - it's pointed out that Sony...

News: Samurai Fighter The Last Blade 2 Carves Up PS4, Vita Next Month

Samurai Fighter The Last Blade 2 Carves Up PS4, Vita Next Month

Complete with online multiplayer

Originally released in Japanese arcades all the way back in 1998, The Last Blade 2 is bringing 18 swordsmen together on PlayStation 4 and Vita so that they can once again slice the snot out of each other. This is a tense 2D fighter that became something of a cult release, and it's being revived next month on Sony's...

Store Update: 19th April 2016 (North America)

19th April 2016 (North America)

Ahoy, ahoy

Invisible Inc! Koi! Pang Adventures! Ms. Pac-Man with a Platinum! This week's North American PlayStation Store update may not be packed with retail heavy hitters, but there are a deluge of digital games that you should be paying attention to. Here's the full line-up for your perusal. PS4 Games: Arcade Game Series: Dig Dug (Out...

Review: Pang Adventures (PS4)

Pang Adventures (PS4)

Having a ball

Pang always seemed like a strange name for the then-popular game about bursting deadly alien bubbles. The word not only sounds like the perfect title for a shameless rip-off of Pong, but it means "a sudden, strong feeling of physical or emotional pain". When the original game was released in the US back in 1989, it adopted the name...