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  • News Rogue Lords Is a Hellish Roguelike That Sees You Take Control of Satan

    Devil may cry

    There are no shortage of roguelikes on the PlayStation 4, but Rogue Lords appears to have a unique twist on the established genre. Set in a gloomy 17th century New England, “the game inverses the usual tropes, with the player taking on the role of the Devil who, weakened following a terrible defeat, is seeking to regain his...

    • Nacon
    • PS4
    • Rogue Lords
  • Feature The Best PS4 Music of January 2020

    New decade, new music

    Wow, 2019 just flew by, huh? Lots of incredible games released, and brought amazing music with them. And looking ahead, we have many more reasons to be excited. The new decade brings with it a new console generation, but not before the PS4 has one last hurrah. Let’s check out the best new PlayStation music of January!...

    • Best PS4 Music
    • PS4
    • Music
    • Features
    • Push Play
  • Feature Amazing Dreams Creations You Need to See - Issue #1

    Pier management, glitchy showcases, and robot whales

    We're huge fans of Dreams here at Push Square Towers, but it's difficult to define what this PlayStation 4 exclusive is. With the possibilities almost limitless, the variety of experiences available within this title is ridiculous. There's no way everyone will have time to play everything. If...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
    • Features
  • Guide Best PS4 Games

    PlayStation 4's top games

    What are the top 50 PS4 games? The PlayStation 4 is in the latter half of its lifecycle now, and with age comes a substantial library of games. With such a huge selection of top quality titles, it can be tough deciding what to buy or play, and that's why we've put together this list of what we think are the best games on...

    • Best PS4 Games
    • PS4
    • PS4 Essentials
    • Guides
    • Features
  • News Dying Light Commemorates Fifth Anniversary with DLC and New Difficulty Mode

    Story mode incoming

    Techland's post-launch support of Dying Light has been nothing short of phenomenal. Dying Light: The Following was a huge expansion which added an entirely new area to explore, but free pieces of DLC supported that content drop in the lead up to it and long afterwards. And five years after the base game's release, the developer...

    • Techland
    • PS4
    • Dying Light
    • Updates
  • News Road to Guangdong Taking the Long Journey to PS4

    Road trip

    Chinese road trip simulator Road to Guangdong is fuelling up for a PlayStation 4 release. Originally launched on Steam last summer, the unique adventure sees a young art graduate reunited with her elderly aunt for a “memorable road trip”. The official blurb reads: “Settle into the driving seat for a moving tale of faded memories,...

    • Excalibur Games
    • PS4
    • Road to Guangdong
    • Announcements
  • News Othercide Is a Turn-Based RPG From Publishing Heavyweight Focus Home Interactive

    This summer on PS4

    Focus Home Interactive has become a major publisher in the AA space over the past couple of years, helping the likes of Call of Cthulhu, The Surge, and the fantastic A Plague Tale: Innocence reach the PlayStation 4 market. And it is set to continue that initiative in 2020 with Othercide, a tactical turn-based RPG from developer

    • Focus Home Interactive
    • PS4
    • Othercide
    • Announcements
  • News In An Alternate Timeline, We'd Be Playing The Last of Us 2 Right Now

    Bloody 'Ellie

    How different the beginning to 2020 could have been! Late last year, we were expecting a PlayStation 5 reveal event and The Last of Us: Part II’s launch right around now – neither have materialised. The latter is still shrouded in mystery, while Ellie’s sophomore outing was pushed back to 29t

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • The Last of Us
  • News Tony Hawk's Pro Skater to Get Its Very Own Documentary

    Pretending I'm a Superman

    Tony Hawk's Pro Skater is a series pretty synonymous with PlayStation. The first game released in the late 90s and became an instant phenomenon, spawning numerous sequels and spin-offs. Of course, these days it's a different story, but 20 years ago, Tony Hawk was just as much a video game legend as a skateboarding one. The...

    • Activision
    • PSone
    • Tony Hawk
    • Movies
  • News Big in Japan Sale Returns to EU and US PlayStation Store with Hundreds of Discounts

    Beasts from the East

    Big in Japan, one of PlayStation Store's semi-regular sales, is back today, bringing hundreds of discounts on all the Japanese PS4 games you could want. It's arrived on both the European and North American Stores, and the selections are largely the same. Let's have a quick look. Some big names are here in force -- Kingdom...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
    • Europe
  • News Tekken 7 Celebrates 5 Million Copies Sold With Updated Character Artwork

    Season 3 fighters join the party

    Tekken 7 just keeps selling. Surpassing everyone's expectations, including Bandai Namco's, the fighter has maintained a very healthy competitive scene since it launched on consoles back in 2017, and its good reputation has kept those sales figures ticking along nicely. And we all know what happens whenever we get...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
    • Sales
  • Mini Review Knightin'+ - Zelda-Lite Is Too Simplistic with Just Dungeons

    Trifine

    Are we witnessing the origins of an all-new genre? Knightin’+ started life on itch.io and bills itself as a Zelda-lite. The gameplay is easy to describe: it’s Zelda in dungeon form only. This means that there’s no hub-world to explore, just a maze of rooms with keys to find, puzzles to solve, and bosses to beat. You’ll also happen...

    • Reviews
    • Ratalaika Games
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Knightin

Thursday20th Feb 2020

  • Guide All PS4 Games with Cross-Play Compatibility

    Making friends

    Which PS4 games support cross-play with rival consoles Xbox One and Nintendo Switch? Sony was underfire for a long time regarding its reluctance to support cross-play, but following an open beta featuring a handful of tentpole titles, the company now allows developers to support the oft-requested feature without any restrictions...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Cross-Console Play
    • Guides
    • Features
  • Guide Best PS4 Exclusive Games

    Only on PS4

    What are the best PS4 exclusives? That's exactly what we aim to determine in this article. Whether you're the proud owner of a new PS4 or a bonafide veteran, you'll want to play the absolute best exclusive games. Well, the PlayStation 4 has plenty of those, covering a wide range of tastes. For this list, we've included games that are...

    • Best PS4 Exclusives
    • PS4
    • Exclusives
    • Guides
    • Features
  • Talking Point What Free March 2020 PS Plus Games Do You Want?

    When will March 2020's PlayStation Plus lineup be announced?

    What’s the March 2020 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when will the March 2020 PS Plus games be announced? February 2020's offering was a bit of a bonanza for subscribers, with three games made available for the first time in quite a while. The headline addition was obviously BioShock: The...

    • PS Plus
    • PlayStation Plus
    • March 2020
    • PS4
    • Sony
  • News Sony Cancels GDC 2020 Appearance Amid Coronavirus Concerns

    That makes two

    After scrapping its plans to attend PAX East in Boston later this month, Sony has now confirmed that it won't be attending GDC -- once again citing the coronavirus as the reason why. Facebook joins the company in skipping the show while Oculus has announced that its announcements will take place online. In a statement given to Gam

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • GDC 2020
    • Industry
  • Mini Review Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story - Addictive Dungeon Crawler Weighed Down by Awkward Design

    Your inventory is full

    Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story is an isometric dungeon crawling action RPG that, as its title suggests, branches off from the janky but fun Way of the Samurai series. Playing as a wandering swordsman who helps a blacksmith settle his debt, you're tasked with exploring a ghostly realm that appears in the night, looting...

    • Reviews
    • Spike Chunsoft
    • PS4
    • Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story
  • News The PS4 Was Officially Announced 7 Years Ago Today

    At PlayStation Meeting 2013

    Seven years ago today, on the 20th February 2013, Sony officially announced the PlayStation 4. It did so at the PlayStation Meeting -- an event that it had been hyping up for around a week beforehand. At the time we all knew what was coming -- Sony itself had confirmed that next-gen hardware would be detailed -- but we...

    • Sony
    • PS4
  • News Grand Theft Auto V Was the UK's Best Selling Game in January 2020

    What else did you expect?

    Let's not beat around the bush: January 2020 was an incredibly quiet month for video games. So quiet, in fact, that a release from 2013 ended up being the best selling title of the month here in the UK. We are, of course, referring to Grand Theft Auto V, a game which manages to appear on the UK sales charts week in, week...

    • UK
    • Sales
  • News Dynasty Warriors Is Making a Comeback in 2020 as Koei Tecmo Teases New Projects

    We go again

    It's been quite a while since we wrote specifically about Dynasty Warriors, and that's mainly because the series is still reeling from the immense disappointment that was and still is Dynasty Warriors 9. It's been just over two years since that game's release, and publisher Koei Tecmo has opened up a new website for the franchise's 20th...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • Dynasty Warriors
  • News The Uncharted Movie Begins Shooting in Four Weeks, Says Tom Holland

    Uncharted 4 one of his favourite games

    The Uncharted movie has been such a long time coming that it's become a bit of a running joke. However, it's sounding like things could finally be coming together. Tom Holland, who will be playing a young Nathan Drake in the film, has been talking it up in recent interviews. Last week, he gave a glowing...

    • Sony
    • Movies
    • Uncharted
  • Mini Review EarthNight - Gorgeous Auto-Runner Is Spiky as a Dragon's Back

    Tread carefully

    EarthNight has been a long time coming, and you can tell just by playing that it's been polished to within an inch of its life. It's a pretty simple game at its heart; you auto-run across the backs of invading dragons, hoovering up loot and stomping on baddies, until you inevitably die and start over again. However, it's been refined...

    • Reviews
    • Cleaversoft
    • PS4
    • EarthNight
    • Mini Reviews
  • News Strategic Stealth Game Desperados III Gunning for Summer Release on PS4

    Check out the new trailer

    Desperados III was announced at Gamescom in 2018, but we've not really heard a peep about it since. This new entry in the classic tactical stealth series comes from Mimimi Productions, the studio behind Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun. It's looking pretty good so far, and publisher THQ Nordic has just released a new tr

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • Desperados
    • Trailers
  • News MMORPG Black Desert Is Getting Cross-Play Support Between PS4 and Xbox One

    One big console community

    MMORPG Black Desert, which launched last year on PlayStation 4, will be getting cross-play functionality on the 4th March 2020. But unlike a lot of other titles that boast cross-play on Sony's system, this won't link PS4 users with PC players. Instead, it's hooking up PS4 with Xbox One, allowing users on both current-gen...

    • Pearl Abyss
    • PS4
    • Xbox
    • Black Desert

Wednesday19th Feb 2020

  • News Full-Blown Gothic Remake Announced for PS5

    Goth and glory

    Following the release of a playable teaser, THQ Nordic has announced that it’s established a brand-new studio in Barcelona to revive cult classic Gothic for the PlayStation 5. The aforementioned demo was given away for free on Steam, and players were encouraged to complete a survey to help determine the viability of a full-scale...

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS5
    • Gothic
    • Announcements
  • News PlayStation Cancels Huge PAX East Showing Due to Coronavirus Concerns

    Safety first

    Just days after announcing a star-studded PAX East lineup featuring playable PlayStation 4 titles like The Last of Us: Part II, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and DOOM Eternal, Sony has cancelled its plans to attend the convention, which is coming up later this month. In an update on the PlayStation Blog, the company writes: "Today, Sony...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PAX East
  • News PlayStation Store Essential Picks Sale Discounts Some of PS4's Best Games in the US

    Star Wars goes cheap

    The PlayStation Store is back with yet another sale which slashes the price of some of the latest and greatest games to arrive on PlayStation 4. The sale starts tomorrow, that's the 19th February at the time of writing, and runs through until 3rd March at 8am PT. Just a couple of the standout sales include Star Wars Jedi:...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
    • North America
  • News Final Fantasy VII Remake's DLC Summons Detailed in New Gameplay

    Chocobo Chick, Carbuncle, and Cactuar

    Final Fantasy VII Remake will have three DLC summons at launch, and new gameplay clips show each of them off (thanks Gematsu for compiling them into one video). While nowhere near as grandiose as the game's main summons, like Ifrit and Shiva, who fight alongside you for a time, these smaller summons still...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • DLC
    • Videos
  • Hands On Shenmue III's Story Quest DLC Is an Add-On Done Wrong

    Chawan shite

    It may have a bad reputation, but DLC can be incredible. Consider, for one moment, The Old Hunters expansion for Bloodborne: it’s a brilliant extension of an already timeless title, which adds exciting new environments, enemies, and armaments to the fray. Of course, add-on packs have a bad reputation because they’re so often...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Shenmue
    • DLC
    • Hands On
  • News Sony Patent Shows Concept for Improved PSVR Controllers with Finger-Tracking

    PSVR 2 controllers?

    It's highly likely Sony will be looking into a new iteration of its PlayStation VR tech, especially with PS5 on the horizon. One recently approved patent goes over some nifty ideas for a supposed PSVR 2, though whether the final product bears any resemblance remains to be seen. Now, yet another patent from Sony (thanks,

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS5
    • PlayStation VR
    • Patents
  • News Essential Picks Sale Now Also Available on EU PlayStation Store

    Old world, new sale

    You might have already spotted the Essential Picks sale over on the North American PlayStation Store, but don't worry -- those in European regions can now access the offer too. It's largely the same, highlighting some of PS4's best and most popular titles. Some of last year's best loved games are in here, including a...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
    • Europe
  • Mini Review Yakuza 5 Remastered - Biggest Game in the Series Is Still Brilliant

    Five stars

    It took three whole years for the original Yakuza 5 to come West on PlayStation 3, and by that point in 2015, the PlayStation 4 was gaming's dominant console. As such, Yakuza 5 often gets forgotten -- but it shouldn't be. Yakuza 5 Remastered is a potent reminder that this gargantuan game deserved so much better. The story's split between...

    • Reviews
    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Yakuza 5 Remastered
  • News No Man's Sky Gets Living Ships in Latest Major Update on PS4

    This is living

    A lot of the space ship designs in No Man's Sky are very cool, but have you ever wished you could ride around inside a flying alien instead? Just us? Okay. Well, that's what you get anyway in the Living Ships update, available now on PlayStation 4. As the name suggests, the big new feature this time around is the inclusion of organic...

    • Hello Games
    • PS4
    • No Mans Sky
    • Updates
  • News The Witcher 3 Cross-Save Feature Skips PS4

    Remain routed

    The Nintendo Switch version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt got a rather nifty new feature today with its latest update, allowing players to bring over a save from the PC and continue their adventures on the go with the handheld system. That functionality won't be patched into the PlayStation 4 version, however. Speaking to USgamer, a CD...

    • CD Projekt Red
    • PS4
    • The Witcher
  • News Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled to Cross the Finish Line with Eighth Grand Prix

    At the drive-in

    The gift that keeps giving, otherwise known as Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, will cross the finish line with its eighth and final Grand Prix event beginning this week. Scheduled to run from 20th February through 22nd March, the Gasmoxia Grand Prix will bring the kart racer’s usual array of Battle Pass-inspired upgrades and...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Crash Team Racing
  • News Don't Worry, BioMutant Is Still in Development

    Studio shares update

    Just take a look at how sporadically we've been able to cover BioMutant here on Push Square and you'll quickly come to understand why an update such as this was in dire need. BioMutant left us impressed all the way back at Gamescom 2017, but since then, it has pretty much been radio silence. Developer X101 has provided a welcome...

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • BioMutant
  • News More Major News from PlatinumGames Coming Before the End of February

    Number two of the Platinum 4?

    PlatinumGames has been in the news cycle a fair bit recently, and it seems it'll be staying that way for a while. It first opened up its Platinum 4 teaser website, which hints at four major announcements from the celebrated studio. The first of these was of course a remaster of The Wonderful 101, which enjoyed huge...

    • PlatinumGames
    • PS4
    • Announcements
  • News Persona 5 Royal Explains What's New in Entertaining Crash Course Trailer

    Phantom Thieves strike back

    If you've been tuned in to Push Square over the past week, you already know what sets Persona 5 Royal apart from the 2017 original. However, we've only been able to do that in the form of the written word so Morgana and new character Kasumi have joined the fun with a visual look at the upcoming JRPG. The trailer viewable...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona
    • Trailers
  • News Three Fields Entertainment Announces Dangerous Driving 2, Speeds onto PS4 in 2020

    One more go

    Dangerous Driving was an attempt to revitalise the high-intensity thrills of Burnout, and while it came kind of close in some respects, it didn't quite measure up to Criterion's beloved racing series. Developer Three Fields Entertainment, which is led by ex-Criterion members, has been building towards this goal for some time, but it's...

    • Three Fields Entertainment
    • PS4
    • Dangerous Driving
    • Announcements
  • News Deliver Us the Moon Counts Down to Launch on 24th April for PS4

    Save the human race

    Publisher Wired Productions has announced that it plans on bringing KeokeN Interactive's Deliver Us the Moon to PlayStation 4 following a PC release last year. It'll launch on Sony's current-gen console both digitally and physically on 24th April 2020, priced at £24.99/$29.99. The game is both a first and third-person...

    • Wired Productions
    • PS4
    • Deliver Us the Moon
    • Release Dates
  • Mini Review Draugen - This Walking Simulator Takes a Fatal Tumble

    Drab

    Draugen feels like the opposite of Firewatch. Both games capture the imagination with a fascinating premise told against the backdrop of a stunning location, but instead of remaining rooted in reality, the Red Thread developed title gives way to lunacy at the first time of asking. It makes for an unsatisfying walking simulator which can only...

    • Reviews
    • Red Thread
    • PS4
    • Draugen
    • Mini Reviews
  • News Little Town Hero Western PS4 Release Confirmed for June

    Physical release incoming

    After the announcement of a Japanese release for Little Town Hero on PlayStation 4, the PlayStation Blog has now confirmed that the RPG from Pokémon developer Game Freak will be released in the US and across Europe. It'll launch in the US on 2nd June 2020 and three days later across E

    • NIS America
    • PS4
    • Little Town Hero
    • Release Dates
  • News THQ Nordic Parent Company Acquires World War Z Dev Saber Interactive

    Starting at $150 million

    If you thought that the ever-growing THQ Nordic was done snapping up developers after it decided to set up its own team in the form of Nine Rock Games, then you might want to reconsider. Embracer Group, the parent company of the publisher, has acquired World War Z developer Saber Interactive for an initial $150 million. The...

    • THQ Nordic
    • Saber Interactive
    • PS4
    • Industry

Tuesday18th Feb 2020

  • News Final Fantasy VII Remake Box Confirms the Game Is 100GB in Size

    2 discs, remember

    Remember back at E3 2019 when Square Enix said that Final Fantasy VII Remake would ship on two Blu-ray discs? Well, it wasn't kidding. Images of the game's Korean cover have made it online, and the back of the box confirms that the long awaited role-playing release will be at least 100GB in size. Jeez. It's assumed that Final...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
  • News Sony Suggests PS5 Reveal Is Happening Soon

    There's still hope

    Look, we've been waiting on this long rumoured PlayStation 5 reveal event for weeks now, and while we don't want to get any of you too excited, new quotes from Sony's most recent earnings call suggest that a PS5 blowout is happening sooner rather than later. The aforementioned earnings call took place near the beginning of the...

    • Sony
    • PS5
  • News PlayStation Player Celebration Rewards Free PS4 Themes and Avatars for Playing Games

    Win free PS4 games

    After the excellent Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us: Part II themes handed out over the past couple of months, Sony is set to continue its hot streak of free content with the PlayStation Player Celebration.

    • Sony
    • PS4
  • News PS5 Will Ship 6 Million Units in Just a Few Months, Analyst Predicts

    Big beginning

    Sony’s stressed the importance of transitioning PlayStation 4 owners to the PlayStation 5 as fast as possible, and one analyst believes it could ship six million next-gen consoles by 31st March next year. With a November launch likely, it means that the organisation would have about five months to get that many systems into retail,...

    • Sony
    • PS5
    • Hardware
    • Sales
  • News Gran Turismo PS5 Could Target a Mind Melting 240 Frames-Per-Second

    Need for speed

    We’ve already seen Gran Turismo Sport running in 8K resolution, but speaking with Australian media at a recent event, Polyphony Digital honcho Kazunori Yamauchi revealed that he believes 4K is good enough for games. The veteran believes that framerate is much more important, and he’s potentially aiming big for the PlayStation...

    • Sony
    • PS5
    • Gran Turismo
  • News The Official PlayStation Community Forums are Being Shut Down This Month

    A sudden closure

    And just like that, PlayStation's official forums are set to be closed in the very near future. The news comes via a brief post from community manager Groovy_Matthew, who states that things are coming to an end on the 27th February. "We invite you to continue the conversation via PlayStation.Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram...

    • Sony
    • PlayStation
  • News Jak & Daxter, MediEvil Fans Will Dig PS4 Platformer Pumpkin Jack

    Sowing the seeds

    If last year’s MediEvil remaster didn’t fully satisfy your horror-tinged hop-and-pop itch, then upcoming 3D platformer Pumpkin Jack may do the trick. Officially billed as for “fans of Jak & Daxter”, the collaboration between publisher Headup Games and developer Nicolas Meyssonnier will find you “engaging in an epic...

    • Headup Games
    • PS4
    • Pumpkin Jack
  • News Quintumply's Level Is Playable Now in Dreams, Watch How Media Molecule Brought It to Life

    Hey, it's Nigel

    Our very own Stephen Tailby, better known as Quintumply, has been honing his craft in Dreams for the best part of a year now. But today he’ll be living out his very own dream, by creating a game with Media Molecule’s very own John Beech. You can watch back the Outside Xtra stream above, and we highly suggest you do -- it's a lot...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
    • Live
  • News Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's Final Update Set for March, No Sequel Planned

    NT like this

    Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will receive its final major update on the 5th March, Square Enix has announced. Since releasing on PlayStation 4 back near the beginning of 2018, the game's enjoyed a lot of support, primarily in the form of additional DLC characters. However, it's fair to say that the title never really took off. Despite...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Updates
  • News SnowRunner Takes Off-Roading to Treacherous Tundras on PS4 This April

    Let it snow

    Hands up: who played Spintires: MudRunner? It's a surprisingly engaging off-roading simulator that revved its engines on PlayStation 4 in 2017. Publisher Focus Home Interactive has just announced its follow-up, simply named SnowRunner, is coming very soon indeed. As you might've guessed from the name, SnowRunner takes the extreme...

    • Focus Home Interactive
    • PS4
    • SnowRunner
    • Release Dates
    • Trailers
  • Mini Review Mosaic - An Intriguing Experience That Can't Stick the Landing

    Big brother is watching

    Much like with its previous title, Among the Sleep, developer Krillbite seems to have bitten off more than it can chew. Mosaic is an intriguing title with exciting ideas. Unfortunately, the ideas simply outpace the resources that the developer has available to realise them. But it’s not for lack of trying. Mosaic’s...

    • Reviews
    • Krillbite Studio
    • PS4
    • Mosaic
    • Mini Reviews
  • News Empire of Sin Will Stop and Contemplate Its Actions for a Few More Months

    Strategy game delayed

    Paradox Interactive has pushed back its noir-themed 1920s strategy game Empire of Sin, opting for a Fall release window as opposed to its previously planned Spring target. Game director Brenda Romero explained: “As any good bootlegger knows, good liquor can’t be rushed and the same goes for game development.” She added:...

    • Paradox Interactive
    • PS4
    • Empire of Sin
    • Delays
  • News Persona 5 Royal Will Have French, German, Italian, and Spanish Subtitles

    First time in series history

    Potentially great news for many of our European readers: Persona 5 Royal will feature French, German, Italian, and Spanish subtitles. It'll be the first ever Persona game to be localised in multiple European languages, which is surely a good sign for the future. As we all know, Atlus and its partners are a bit behind...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona

Monday17th Feb 2020

  • Review Bayonetta - The Umbra Witch Gets the PS4 Release She Deserves

    Let's dance boys

    Bayonetta was a disaster on PlayStation 3. Plagued by load times and frequent frame rate drops, it was by far the worst version of the lot when it took the world by storm in 2010. Since then, however, the franchise has gone from strength to strength away from Sony hardware as it blossoms on Nintendo Switch. The series' second...

    • Reviews
    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Bayonetta
  • News Fallout 4 Looks Indistinguishable in Jaw Dropping Dreams Creation

    Pipped at the post

    There’s no end to the jaw-dropping Dreams creations, but this may just be the most spectacular we’ve seen so far. Fans of Fallout 4 will feel at home immediately, because it’s inspired by Bethesda’s popular PlayStation 4 game. This isn’t any old janky recreation, though – the menu screen has been replicated perfectly,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
    • Fallout
  • News Everyone's Talking About Gran Turismo Sport's Thrilling Photo Finish

    The finest of margins

    Wow! We’re not the biggest followers of esports here at Push Square Towers, but the competition in Gran Turismo Sport has been heating up for some time now – as evidenced by this outrageous conclusion to the title’s latest World Tour event in Sydney. It’s a drag race in the final lap between Japanese driver Takuma...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
  • Review Vanquish - One of PlatinumGames' Best Titles Knee Slides to PS4

    Miss me, sweetheart?

    Ever since its release 10 years ago, there hasn’t been anything quite like Vanquish. The fast-paced, stylish third-person shooter quickly became one of PlatinumGames' most memorable joints thanks to hectic action, impressive boss fights, and a whole lot of knee sliding chaos. It was an experience which went down well with the...

    • Reviews
    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Vanquish
  • Poll Do You Think the Rumoured PS5 Reveal Event Is Still Happening in February?

    Do you believe

    We're now more than halfway through February 2020 and Sony still hasn't announced any kind of PlayStation 5 reveal event. Numerous longstanding rumours have had this month pegged as the big one, but so far, Sony has remained silent on the subject. Honestly, we're not sure what to think anymore, and so we thought that we'd ask you lot...

    • Sony
    • PS5
    • Polls
    • Features
  • Rumour Call of Duty's Warzone Battle Royale to Be Free Download for Everyone

    Client can be upgraded to full game

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s hotly anticipated Battle Royale mode is one of the worst kept secrets in the video game industry right now, and more intel is tumbling out. VGC, citing development sources, reports that the collaboration between Infinity Ward and Raven Software will roll out in early March –...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
  • News UK Sales Charts: Yakuza in Dreams Land As PS4 Exclusives Start Strong

    Two new PS4 titles in top ten

    If you’ve been following the Yakuza franchise since the dark days when Sony had to step in and localise Yakuza 5 on SEGA’s behalf, then it’s probably refreshing to see a trio of Ryu ga Gotoku re-releases near the top of the UK charts. Yakuza Remastered Collection was actually the biggest new physical launch in...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Dreams' Anticipated PSVR Support Is Nearly Finished

    VRy good news

    Dreams is already a hall-of-famer, but it’s a game that’s only going to get better with time. And one area it will improve is with Media Molecule’s promised PlayStation VR support, which is “nearly done” according to technical director Alex Evans. Chatting about the future of the PlayStation 4 exclusive with Eurogamer.net, he...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Dreams
  • News Ubisoft Seemingly Confirms PS5 Version of Rainbow Six: Siege

    Cross-play support too

    One of the biggest questions heading into the next-generation is how developers will transition its player base for popular online titles from the PlayStation 4 to the PlayStation 5. Will studios simply continue to support the PS4 version through backwards compatibility or will they rerelease them on Sony's next console to...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS5
    • Rainbow Six: Siege
  • Hands On Persona 5 Royal Is So Much More of 2017's Game of the Year

    Shujin's finest

    Atlus isn't looking to reinvent what it means to be a JRPG with Persona 5 Royal. The much-expanded rerelease of Push Square's 2017 Game of the Year is still that same 100+ hour epic journey through the trials and tribulations of Shujin Academy's favourite friendship group. So, what do franchise fanatics have to look forward to when...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News Persona 5 Royal's Thieves Den Is the Most Grandiose Extras Menu Ever

    Taken to the next level

    Video games have been iterating upon and improving their selection of special features for decades now, but what Persona 5 Royal has done for its lengthy list of bonuses is nothing short of staggering. The Thieves Den is an all-new option found in the title's pause menu, which when accessed at any point in the story,...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona
  • News Spider-Man's Tom Holland Heaps Praise on Uncharted Movie Script

    "It really, really jumps off the page"

    We all know the big screen adaptation of Uncharted is unlikely to ever come out, but Spider-Man star Tom Holland – who’s still currently signed on to play a younger incarnation of Nathan Drake – has heaped praise on the script all the same. Speaking with IGN, the British actor said: “I read the newest...

    • Sony
    • Movies
    • Uncharted
    • Tom Holland
  • News Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Beats Detective Pikachu's Box Office Record

    Gotta go fast

    Sonic the Hedgehog’s cinematic adaptation may have lost its rings when it was mauled by critics, but it’s clawed them back with a bombastic Box Office result. Hollywood Reporter reckons that the Blue Blur pulled in $57 million in the United States during its open

    • SEGA
    • Movies
    • Sonic the Hedgehog

Sunday16th Feb 2020

  • Review Dreams - Media Molecule's Magnum Opus Is a Dream Come True on PS4

    What dreams are made of

    If you've been following Push Square over the last year or so, it's likely you already know how we feel about Dreams. Media Molecule's latest title has been playable in early access for a number of months, and we, among others, have already laid down our thoughts on this most unusual project. However, after spending about 50...

    • Reviews
    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
  • News And Just Like That, Dreams Just Got Its First Open World Game

    Didn't take long

    Still sceptical about the capabilities of Dreams? Perhaps this will give you an indication of where creators are currently at – and have your imagination soaring about what they’ll achieve in the future. We’ve been asked a dozen times now: can you make an open world game? Well, now we have proof that it’s possible. This...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
  • News House Flipper Will Find You Renovating Homes on PS4

    Home sweet home

    Sure, why not? We’ve had Car Mechanic Simulator and Prison Architect on the PlayStation 4 already, so may as well add a home renovation game to the library. House Flipper finds you cleaning up crusty old buildings, sweeping away the cobwebs and embracing your inner-feng shui before making them available to prospective new buyers...

    • Playway
    • PS4
    • House Flipper
    • Announcements
  • News Soccer Strategy Ganbare! Super Strikers Scores PS4, PS Vita Release Date

    Financial fair play

    Strategy-themed soccer title Ganbare! Super Strikers will dribble its way to the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on 25th February, following a successful Steam launch a couple of years ago. “Win matches to level up and earn new equipment that will allow you to learn special abilities, boost your players’ stats, or protect yourself...

    • Ratalaika Games
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Ganbare Super Strikers
    • Release Dates

Saturday15th Feb 2020

  • Rumour PS5 Price Could Be High as Sony Struggles with Expensive Parts

    Flash memory in high demand

    How much is the PS5 going to cost? That's a question that we simply won't know the answer to until Sony slaps a price point on its next-gen machine, but an interesting new rumour suggests that the console could end up being more expensive than initially planned. The rumour comes from Bloomberg, citing anonymous sources...

    • Sony
    • PS5
    • Rumours
  • Rumour Sony Paying More for Top Quality Cooling System in PS5

    No more fan noise?

    Does your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 4 Pro sound like a jet engine when playing certain games? The noise that Sony's current-gen console can produce has become something of a running joke over the last few years. Older units gradually lose the ability to keep themselves cool as thermal paste dries up and their insides get...

    • Sony
    • PS5
    • Rumours
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 311

    Weekend wonders

    It’s not been a particularly busy week in the games industry, but Dreams’ release feels significant, not just because it’s a major game but because more big launches are right around the corner. Yes, delays mean that the schedule isn’t quite as crowded as it once was, but you better start thinking about cleaning up that...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing