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TodayThu, 27th Apr 2017

  • News Persona 5 Streamers Can Now Go Further Into the Game Without Annoying Atlus

    Yay?

    Right, so when Persona 5 launched earlier this month, publisher Atlus made it clear that it didn't want anyone spoiling the game's story - whether by screenshot, video, or livestream. The title blocks the PlayStation 4's share button for a start, and in a statement released by the company, it warned that those who share footage past a certain...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona

YesterdayWed, 26th Apr 2017

  • News May 2017 PlayStation Plus Games Announced

    They differ in NA and EU for the first time in years

    Well this is weird. For the first time in years, next month's PlayStation Plus selection will differ between North America and Europe. North American subscribers can look forward to ABZU and Tales from the Borderlands on PlayStation 4, while European users get Alienation instead of ABZU. Yep,...

    • PlayStation Plus
    • May
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • News PS4's Biggest Games Score Even Bigger Discounts in Europe

    60 per cent off blockbusters

    The Easter sale has now ended, which means that it's time for another PlayStation Store sale in Europe. Sony's knocking up to 60 per cent off some of the PlayStation 4's biggest games, like Destiny: The Collection, Rocket League, Titanfall 2, and Star Wars Battlefront. There are a bunch of LEGO games up for grabs at low...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Sales
    • Deals
    • Europe
  • News SEGA CD Classic Night Trap Is Partying to PS4

    And there'll be a retail release

    Jiminy cricket, this came out of nowhere, didn't it? Cult SEGA CD (or Mega CD to us Europeans) classic Night Trap is making a return on the PlayStation 4 – and it's getting a retail run courtesy of Limited Run Games. The frankly ludicrous full-motion video title coveted controversy upon its original release in...

    • Screaming Villains
    • PS4
    • Night Trap
    • Announcements
  • News Burnout Makers Bring Back Crash Mode on PS4 Next Month

    Danger Zone due in May

    After the decent Dangerous Golf, the co-founders of Burnout creator Criterion are back with Danger Zone, a PlayStation 4 riff on the ever-popular Crash Mode. This is actually Three Fields Entertainment's third title – it also released PlayStation VR shooter Lethal VR last year – and is clearly the project that it's been...

    • Three Fields Entertainment
    • PS4
    • Danger Zone
    • Announcements
  • News Call of Duty: WWII Official Reveal Trailer Brings a Big Budget

    Brothers in arms

    Wow, there can be no doubt that Call of Duty: WWII is a looker. Activision has revealed the first footage from the forthcoming FPS as part of the title's reveal trailer, and while it's expectedly gritty, there's a definite beauty on display here. The game's due out on 3rd November, and hopes to build a sense of camaraderie with...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • Trailers
  • Live Watch Call of Duty: WWII Worldwide Reveal Right Here

    Boots on the ground

    It leaked earlier in the year, but there are still so many Call of Duty: WWII questions that need answering. Activision's promised a return to the franchise's roots, but after years of modern and even future military, we're struggling to imagine what a World War II-themed Call of Duty will look like in 2017. Fortunately, the...

    • Live
    • Call of Duty
    • PS4
    • Press Conference
    • Features
  • Feature Call of Duty: WWII - 5 Things You Need to Know

    World at war

    Activision really wants you to know that Call of Duty: WWII is going back to its roots. Today's livestream included enough utterances of the phrase "boots on the ground" to sink an aircraft carrier; the double-jumping exo-suits of more recent entries have been completely removed, and replaced by a more – for want of a better word –...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • Features
  • News Ubisoft May Be Taken Over by Vivendi Before the Year Is Out

    Money talks

    For quite a while now, mega media company Vivendi has slowly but surely been buying up shares in Ubisoft - the French publisher behind the likes of Assassin's Creed and Ghost Recon. Once Vivendi owns 30 per cent of Ubisoft's shares - it currently holds 25 per cent - it'll be required by French law to make the publisher an offer,...

    • Ubisoft
    • Industry
  • News Everyone Is Talking About Alien Isolation 2

    And how it does or doesn't exist

    There's a column in Official PlayStation Magazine called Rumour Machine, and we always thought it was common knowledge that its contents were either completely fabricated or based upon Internet speculation. But in the latest issue it hinted that Creative Assembly is working on Alien Isolation 2, which resulted in a...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Alien Isolation
  • News Good Lord, We Can't Wait to Play Final Fantasy XII Again on PS4

    Remaster gets a new story trailer

    Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age has a brand new story trailer, and upon giving it a watch, we've realised just how much we'd like to play the sprawling role-playing release all over again. In other words, the hype train has well and truly left the station. Fortunately we don't have to wait that long to get our...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Trailers
  • News Free-to-Play Smash Bros-Like Brawlhalla Falls to PS4 This Summer

    Sign up for the closed beta now

    Brawlhalla, a free-to-play Super Smash Bros. style fighter, is leaping onto PlayStation 4 this summer, developer Blue Mammoth Games has announced. The game sees a bunch of legendary warriors duke it out in - you guessed it - Valhalla, all in the name of glory. It's built primarily for online play, but it also supports...

    • Blue Mammoth Games
    • PS4
    • Brawlhalla
    • Betas
    • Trailers
  • News Middle-earth: Shadow of War Is Really Upping Its Loot Game

    Precious gear

    IGN is back with another trailer - we mean, er, Gameplay Reveal for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. This time we're getting a look at the game's expanded loot system, which sees protagonist Talion stumble across an entirely new range of equipment as he slaughters orcs of all shapes and sizes. In addition to new swords and daggers, you'll...

    • Warner Bros
    • PS4
    • Middle-earth
    • Videos
  • 1

    PS4

    Review Flinthook

    Get hooked

    Flinthook is a prime example of how the execution of an idea is often more important than the idea itself. At first glance, it seems like any other modern roguelike, running from one procedurally-generated, 16-bit era inspired room to the next, shooting enemies for cash that you use to buy supplies and power-ups along the way. But under...

    • Reviews
    • Tribute Games
    • PS4
    • Flinthook
  • 1

    PS4

    Review The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode 4: Thicker Than Water

    Batsman out of Hell

    You'd be right to assume that the title of Episode 4 in Telltale's latest The Walking Dead story A New Frontier is a reference to disgraced baseball star Javier Garcia's biggest decision: family or friends? Thicker Than Water explores whether the everyman would be better off siding with his brood or buddies, and it prompts plenty...

    • Reviews
    • Telltale Games
    • PS4
    • The Walking Dead
  • Video What Remains of Edith Finch Makes a Strong First Impression

    Watch the first 15 minutes

    Ah, this is awesome. Being a so-called walking simulator, What Remains of Edith Finch is sure to split opinion, but first impressions don't get much better than this. You play as the titular teenager who's returned to her family home for reasons not entirely known. The twist is that the house is a do-it-yourself castle...

    • Annapurna Interactive
    • PS4
    • What Remains of Edith Finch
    • Videos
    • Features
  • News Journey Forth with Loads of Final Fantasy XII PS4 Gameplay

    To the skies and beyond

    Following on from the game's new story trailer, Square Enix put together a Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age livestream earlier today which featured a load of gameplay footage from the PlayStation 2 remaster. We've embedded an archive of the stream above - just skip to around the 34 minute mark for the first slice of...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Videos
  • Japanese Sales Charts Darks Souls III Rekindles the Fire in Top 5

    PS4 sales continue to drop, though

    Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition - which includes all the game's downloadable content - has dodge rolled its way into the Japanese software charts, shifting 33,088 copies and landing in third place. Not too shabby for a re-release, but then, there's not much else to write about this time around. Yep, it's...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News You Probably Don't Know What Fate/Extella Is, But There's a New One in the Works

    Apologies if you do

    Earlier in the year, we reviewed a hack and slash title by the name of Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star - think Dynasty Warriors set in cyberspace and you're kind of on the right track. If that sounds incredibly niche then that's because it is - but that doesn't change the fact that we thought it was a very fun and fast paced action...

    • Marvelous
    • Fate/Extella

Tuesday25th Apr 2017

  • Guide May 2017 PS4 Games Release Dates

    All upcoming PlayStation 4 launches in for May 2017

    After the post-fiscal year madness of April 2017, the PlayStation 4 release date slate for May 2017 is much quieter. That's not to say there are an absence of games to pad the time prior to E3 2017, though, with some fairly big titles like Prey, Injustice 2, and RiME due out. In the PlayStation VR...

    • Guides
    • PS4
    • Games
    • May 2017
    • Release Dates
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    PS4

    Review Dragon Quest Heroes II

    Royal rumble

    It's time to dust off those slime-smacking weapons, because Dynasty Warriors developer Omega Force is back for another stab at Square Enix's beloved Dragon Quest franchise. Once again, the Japanese studio offers up a colourful action role-playing game stuffed with charm and content. And as is usually the case with an Omega Force sequel,...

    • Reviews
    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dragon Quest Heroes II
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    PS4

    Review Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

    Ghost in the hell

    After our multiple hours with Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, we don't see it stalking much besides the bargain bin. Obviously this property has no relation to the sniper games created by Rebellion (Sniper Elite and Nazi Zombie Army), and after just a few minutes anyone can realise it definitely doesn't deserve to be riding the coattails...

    • Reviews
    • CI Games
    • PS4
    • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3
  • News Sonic Forces' Classic Gameplay Doesn't Exactly Inspire Confidence

    And the Sonic Cycle starts anew

    The problem with Sonic Mania looking and playing so good is that this Classic Sonic gameplay – one of the three gameplay pillars in the upcoming Sonic Forces – seems redundant in comparison. Not only does it look like a fan project built with Unity assets, but the physics appear to follow in the footsteps of the...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic Forces
    • Videos
  • News Square Enix Running Life Is Strange Focus Groups in London and New York

    We're totally cereal

    It looks like the sun hasn't set on Life Is Strange, as Square Enix has invited fans to focus groups in London and New York next month. Scheduled to take place on 3rd May and 5th May respectively, the sessions will presumably be used to pitch fans on potential sequel ideas – or at least get some feedback on where followers see...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Life Is Strange
    • Industry
  • News Call of Duty: WWII Will Fight on the Beaches from 3rd November

    Release date outed by London art

    Call of Duty: WWII will make a beach landing on your PlayStation 4 this coming 3rd November, if a massive promotional poster in London is to be believed. The image shows key art from the forthcoming World War II first-person shooter, but crucially includes the aforementioned date. It was then tweeted by Sledgehammer...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • Release Dates
  • News Sony Shares Surge Ahead of Predicted Best Profit in 20 Years

    Holding out for a Hirai

    Sony is expected to record its best profit in two decades this week, which has caused the company's shares to surge. The firm's stock closed 3.84 per cent higher in Japan amid chatter that the organisation may be on the verge of reporting its strongest profit since 1998. The organisation recently indicated that its upcoming...

    • Sony
    • Industry
    • Business
    • Financial
  • News Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3's Bad Press Continues as Multiplayer Is Nowhere to Be Seen at Launch

    Missing the mark

    It's not going well for Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, is it? The open world shooter launched today in North America in Europe, but it already seems unable to catch a break. Following the news that its loading times can creep above the five minute mark on PlayStation 4, the title was met with mostly middling reviews. Indeed, we gave it a...

    • CI Games
    • PS4
    • Sniper: Ghost Warrior
  • News Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Adds Hulk, Rocket Raccoon, Chris Redfield, More

    Mash-up due out 19th September

    The ultimate battle between comic books and Capcom will reignite once more from 19th September, as Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite has been dated. As part of a big blowout, the Japanese publisher has confirmed that eight new characters will join the release's roster at launch: Strider Hiryu, Chun-Li, Chris Redfield, Hulk,...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Marvel vs Capcom
    • Trailers
    • Release Dates
  • News Infinite Minigolf Hits a Hole in One on PS4 This Spring

    Zen Studios' latest has full PlayStation VR support

    You wait eons for a good arcade golf game on the PlayStation 4, and then two tee off at once. Zen Studios has announced Infinite Minigolf for Sony's new-gen system, a PlayStation VR compatible crazy golf title set to hit the links this Spring. The game's being billed as a successor to PlayStation...

    • Zen Studios
    • PS4
    • Infinite Minigolf
    • Announcements
  • News Resident Evil 7's Free DLC Goes into Hiding Until Later Date

    Go tell Aunt Rhody

    Resident Evil 7's free DLC pack has been pushed back until an undisclosed later date. Not a Hero – which is set to feature series veteran Chris Redfield – had been set to release this Spring, but in an overly apologetic video, the expansion's producers have admitted that they need more time to hit the standards expected of the...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
    • DLC
  • News Street Fighter V Scores Capcom Cup 2017 Content As Single Player Wilts

    Revenue to go towards tournament prize fund

    Can we safely say that Capcom is all in on e-sports at this point, and won't be responding to the complaints that single player fans had with Street Fighter V? Probably, because the game continues to bloat in content, but virtually all of it seems aimed at the more competitive players enjoying it online...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
    • DLC
  • Guide Dragon Quest Heroes II Tips and Tricks For Rookie Knights

    Listen up, cadet

    Dragon Quest Heroes II may be full of cute and colourful monsters, but you should never take them lightly. Indeed, the hack and slash sequel can be pretty darn tough at times, offering up some really tricky boss fights and foes that just don't know when to quit. As such, we've put together seven tips and tricks for rookie knights to...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dragon Quest Heroes II
    • Guides
    • Tips
  • Interview Samuel Laflamme on Scoring Outlast II's Scares

    Sounding off

    Outlast II from Red Barrels is one of the most anticipated titles of the year. A follow-up to one of the best horror games we've had the chance to play, we got the chance to ask composer, Samuel Laflamme – who also scored Outlast, as well as the expansion, Whistleblower – a few questions about his process, how the soundscape for the...

    • Red Barrels
    • PS4
    • Outlast
    • Interviews
    • Features

Monday24th Apr 2017

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    PS4

    Review Outlast II

    Trial and terror

    If the original Outlast is considered a somewhat crude exploration of mental health and the challenges that society faces in understanding it, then its more ambitious successor is all about religion. Outlast II builds on the hide-and-seek format of its forebear, but it weaves the action around a narrative that goes to some decidedly...

    • Reviews
    • Red Barrels
    • PS4
    • Outlast II
  • News Nope, Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III Aren't Releasing This Year

    Yet more evidence

    Realistically, Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III were never going to release in 2017. Heck, at this rate, we'll be lucky to see either of them at E3 this summer. But just in case you're still harbouring some hope that one of them will hit the PlayStation 4 before the year is out, we'd recommend giving this document...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Kingdom Hearts
  • News Cities: Skylines Will Build Foundations on PS4 Soon It Seems

    Game already rated for Sony's system in Brazil

    Much to this author's chagrin, Cities: Skylines launched as an Xbox One console exclusive this week – at least, that's what we assumed. However, it seems that's only temporary, as the title's already been rated for release on the PlayStation 4 in Brazil. If this deal turns out to be anything like...

    • Paradox Interactive
    • PS4
    • Cities: Skylines
  • News Days Gone Dev Sony Bend Moving to New Digs After Rapid Expansion

    Studio has more than doubled in size

    As work on Days Gone continues, Sony Bend is growing at a rapid pace. A report published by Oregon newspaper The Bulletin notes that the infamously low-profile firm is to occupy a new office this fall, as it begins to outgrow its current digs. Apparently, the studio has expanded from 45 to 103 employees recently,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Days Gone
    • Industry
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    PS4

    Review The Deer God

    Deer God

    A 2.5D platformer set in a mysterious forest, The Deer God sees you playing as the titular majestic mammal - among other animals - which you have been reincarnated as after getting mauled by wolves on a hunting trip. Despite the interesting setting and background, however, developer Cinopt Games' first foray onto console is an...

    • Reviews
    • Level 77
    • PS4
    • The Deer God
  • Round Up What Remains of Edith Finch PS4 Reviews Prolong Year of Dreams

    Letters to you

    The Unfinished Swan is the rare recipient of a 10/10 score here at Push Square, so we've been eyeballing the imaginative What Remains of Edith Finch with intrigue ever since. Turns out that developer Giant Sparrow has eschewed the sophomore slump with ease, as reviews are out for the fascinating follow-up, and positively glowing...

    • Annapurna Interactive
    • PS4
    • What Remains of Edith Finch
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News NieR: Automata Goes Backless 2nd May on PS4

    3C3C1D119440927 officially dated

    A quick update on NieR: Automata's first piece of DLC: it'll deploy on 2nd May in North America and Europe, the same day as the content – named 3C3C1D119440927 – is set to release in Japan. The add-on pack includes new colloseums, quests, and costumes – including 2B's rather lovely looking backless dress...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • NieR
    • DLC
  • News Final Fantasy XV Is Getting a Sword that Looks Like a DJ Deck

    What even is this game?

    You know, it's really easy to make fun of Final Fantasy XV these days, but we're going to do it anyway. Square Enix has revealed that the game's next update will add in a special sword that looks like a disc jockey deck. It's being implemented in honour of Dutch DJ Afrojack, who already has a track featured in the title's...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Trailers
  • UK Sales Charts There's No Taming Ghost Recon: Wildlands

    Ubisoft triumphs in slow week

    In a week with very few changes in the UK sales charts, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands has once again proven that hardcore gamers don't have their finger on the casual market's pulse, hugging the summit like a friendly bear. Grand Theft Auto V, FIFA 17, LEGO Worlds, and Rocket League all rounded out the top five,...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News You Better Believe There Are PaRappa the Rapper Stickers on iPhone Now

    Step on the gas

    Kick, punch, it's all on your iPhone – or at least it will be if you download this official PaRappa the Rapper sticker pack. Sony's released the set of digital graphics to coincide with PlayStation's most popular pooch coming to the PlayStation 4. If you want to give someone nightmares, we recommend repeatedly sending them pictures...

    • Sony
    • iPhone
    • Apps
    • PaRappa the Rapper

Saturday22nd Apr 2017

  • Talking Point What Free May 2017 PlayStation Plus Games Are You After?

    Gimme the goods

    T'is that time of the month yet again where we ask you to ponder which PlayStation Plus freebies you want in May 2017. We're expecting the lineup to be revealed this coming Wednesday (26th April) ahead of a 2nd May roll out. Unfortunately the release schedule's currently looking quite barren on that day, so your guess is as good as...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • PlayStation Plus
  • News Friday the 13th: The Game Unmasks 26th May on PS4

    Voorhees a jolly good fellow

    Keep your hockey masks handy, as asymmetrical multiplayer title Friday the 13th: The Game is coming to camp on 26th May. The online-only release will either see you assume the role of predatory anti-hero Jason Voorhees or his prey, as you attempt to annihilate or escape respectively in this eight-player game of homicidal...

    • Gun Media
    • PS4
    • Friday the 13th
    • Release Dates
  • Hands On It's All About That Bass in Euro Fishing on PS4

    Hook, line, and stinker?

    Y'know we're all about that bass, 'bout that bass, no tetra. Euro Fishing launched recently on the PlayStation 4, and we've been reel-y excited to talk about its angling action. This is a simulation akin to your Farming Simulators, so it means that all of the intricacies of lake lovin' are represented here; don't expect a...

    • Dovetail Games
    • PS4
    • Dovetail Games Euro Fishing
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News New Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gameplay Is All About the Kill

    Let's get stabby

    Middle-earth: Shadow of War is only a few months away from release, which means that we're starting to see gameplay footage drop on a regular basis. This latest video from IGN puts a load of different kills on display, with combat looking just as brutal as it did in Shadow of Mordor. We're looking forward to seeing how this sequel...

    • Warner Bros
    • PS4
    • Middle-earth
    • videos
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 164

    Post-Easter play sessions

    We're entering the quiet build-up to E3 2017 now, where genuine news slows and teases increase. The number of big new titles also takes a tumble, although there's never any shortage of software on the PlayStation 4, is there? We suspect that the next half-dozen issues of WAYP are going to be more about backlogs, but with...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing
  • News Call of Duty: WWII's Map Packs Will Deploy 30 Days Early on PS4

    Guns and glory

    It shouldn't come as a massive surprise, but Call of Duty: WWII's map packs will launch 30 days early on the PlayStation 4, as has been the case for a couple of entries already. Sony is the primary marketing partner for Activision's first-person franchise, and it doesn't look like that relationship will be ending anytime soon, so look...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • DLC
  • News A New Yakuza Game Is In Development, May Not Star Kazuma Kiryu

    Sleeping dragon

    The Yakuza series isn't one to take a break, and although protagonist Kazuma Kiryu's story comes to an end in Yakuza 6 - due out over here in 2018 - series general director Toshihiro Nagoshi has confirmed that another game is currently in the works. According to a translation of Nagoshi's comments by Gematsu, the eccentric developer...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Yakuza

Friday21st Apr 2017

  • Feature The 20 Best RPGs on PS4

    Roll the dice

    The PlayStation 4 is home to a vast library role-playing games. From MMOs and open world epics to niche Japanese releases and traditional adventures stuffed with text, there's something for just about everyone. It's an expansive genre in which East meets West, and we see numerous takes a similar formula. As with anything, though, some...

    • Top 20
    • PS4
    • RPGs
    • Features
  • News Portal Knights Is Minecraft with More RPG, and You Can Try It For Free Right Now on PS4

    Step right in

    A colourful action role-playing game with crafting elements, Portal Knights promises to be a fun alternative to the likes of Minecraft on PlayStation 4. It's got all of the usual bells and whistles: co-op for up to four players, randomised worlds to explore, and dungeons full of loot, but it's the RPG side of things that interests us...

    • 505 Games
    • PS4
    • Portal Knights
    • Demos
    • Trailers
  • Round Up Little Nightmares PS4 Reviews Are a Dream Come True

    Wake me up inside

    Little Nightmares, the gritty puzzle platformer from LittleBigPlanet Vita developer Tarsier Studios, has turned in a dream performance, with reviews universally recommending the harrowing release. We've yet to get our hands on pre-release code, but you can expect plenty of coverage here over the coming days. In the meantime, here...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Little Nightmares
    • Round Up
    • Features
  • News Final Fantasy XV Is Getting Another Big Update This April

    Features a new PS4 Pro mode

    Final Fantasy XV will be getting another hefty update later this month, Square Enix has revealed. If you're not sick of Noctis and the gang yet, then you may be delighted to know that a new PS4 Pro mode is heading your way. 'Stable Mode' will allow Pro users to prioritise a stable frame rate, essentially making up for the...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • PS4 Pro
    • Final Fantasy
    • Patches
  • News So How Does Persona 5 Compare Between PS4 and PS3?

    Let's find out

    Digital Foundry is back with yet another graphical comparison video, this time taking a look at Persona 5 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. It's safe to say that the vast majority of players will have bought the game on Sony's latest home console, but it's still interesting to see how the last-gen version shapes up - especially...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Persona
    • Videos
  • News March 2017 NPD: Two PS4 Exclusives in Top Five Spots

    Horizon: Zero Dawn and MLB The Show 17 start strong

    United States sales tracking firm NPD has changed its public data release format yet again this month, revealing the top 20 best-selling titles in America for March – with some digital included. You may recall that the organisation already announced hardware results, with the Nintendo Switch's...

    • USA
    • Sales Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • 27

    PS4

    Review Full Throttle Remastered

    Asphalt and trouble

    Never has the fallibility of memory been clearer than when revisiting video games from the past. It can be surprising just how big the gulf between recollection and reality can be, leaving you to wonder if your brain just might be responsible for some of the greatest video game remasters of all time. As with last year's...

    • Reviews
    • Double Fine
    • PS4
    • Full Throttle Remastered
  • News Call of Duty: WWII Confirmed with Countdown Clock

    Announcement of announcement

    Call of Duty: WWII has been announced by Activision, which would be a surprise if it hadn't already leaked months ago. Rather than actually showcase the title, the publisher has instead plumped up for a countdown clock on the franchise's official website. All will be revealed proper at 18:00 BST on 26th April. The...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • Announcements
  • News Sony Set to Smash Forecasts as Kaz Hirai's Recovery Mission Continues

    Back on track

    Sony may not be the giant that it used to be, but former PlayStation president and current CEO Kaz Hirai's recovery mission cannot be understated. There was a time not too long ago where the company was making loss after loss after loss; now preliminary reports suggest that it's about to smash its fiscal year forecasts by a significant...

    • Sony
    • Industry
    • Financials
  • News The Spirit of Sanada Burns Bright in New Samurai Warriors Gameplay Trailer

    Everything you need to know

    Narrative-driven spin-off Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada has a new trailer which briefly goes over just about everything that you can expect from the game. As its title suggests, the release follows the trials and tribulations of the Sanada clan as it attempts to navigate one of Japan's most famous warring time...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Samurai Warriors
    • Trailers

Thursday20th Apr 2017

  • News Everybody's Golf Ditches Hot Shots Moniker for Western Release

    Clap your hands

    Thank heavens for that! The Hot Shots series has always been a nightmare from a database perspective because rarely do its games ever have the same name across regions. It would appear that Sony's realised that's not the best approach for search engine optimisation, though, as it's decided to name the new PlayStation 4 entry...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Everybody's Golf
    • Release Dates
  • News Bandai Namco's Gruelling Action RPG Code Vein Scores Screens

    Blood lust

    Sadly it's not leveraging the same art style as its teaser trailer, but the new action role-playing game from Bandai Namco named Code Vein is still looking pretty cool. We described it as Anime Souls in our previous article, and that's honestly shaping up to be the case. You play as a vampirical Revenant who must feast on the blood of...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Code Vein
    • Screenshots
  • News New Hot Shots Golf Putts Out Closed Beta on 26th May

    A links in time

    New Hot Shots Golf's online game world seems like the sort of thing that could collapse on launch day, so it's a good thing that developer Clap Hanz is planning a closed beta for the arcade golfing release. Set to run between 26th May and 28th May in Japan only, you'll need to download a "ticket" from the PlayStation Store in order...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Hot Shots Golf
    • Betas
  • News AereA Is Diablo with Instruments on PS4

    Sound idea

    We had a different kind of game in mind when we heard the elevator pitch "music-themed action role-playing game", anticipating some kind of rhythm-based release. Instead, the upcoming AereA is quite literally Diablo with instruments. You'll be able to pick from a variety of composers, each of which use their chosen musical apparatus to...

    • SOEDESCO
    • PS4
    • AereA
    • Release Dates
  • News The Walking Dead: Season Three Proves That Blood Is Thicker Than Water

    New episode out 25th April

    The fourth episode of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier will prove that blood is thicker than water from 25th April on the PlayStation 4. Considering the previous episode dropped a matter of weeks ago, this is a much quicker turnaround, which is welcome given that Above the Law felt like it stopped halfway through. There's...

    • Telltale Games
    • PS4
    • The Walking Dead