News - 2018, Week 27

Sunday8th Jul 2018

Saturday7th Jul 2018

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    PS4

    Review MXGP Pro

    MXGP Con

    Milestone releases a large number of racing games every year. Some of them aren’t half bad, such as Gravel, while others, chiefly its motorcycle games, leave something to be desired. Unfortunately, MXGP Pro is one of the motorcycle games, and while this is nowhere near as bad as the absolute debacle that was MXGP 3, it’s a definite step...

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    PS4

    Review Salary Man Escape

    Zero-hour contract

    The job simulation gag has felt a little too played out as of late when it comes to virtual reality. Job Simulator nailed the humorous vibe when PlayStation VR first launched back in 2016, but since then, a number of copycats have tried to emulate the experience to little avail. Salary Man Escape is another title that hopes to...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 227

    It's coming home

    It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, football’s coming home! It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, football’s coming home! It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, football’s coming home! It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, football’s coming home! Sammy...

Friday6th Jul 2018

Thursday5th Jul 2018

Wednesday4th Jul 2018

  • Guide All Free PS Plus Games in 2018

    A complete list of every 2018 PlayStation Plus game

    What are the latest PS Plus games? Sony gives out six (or sometimes more) free games to PlayStation Plus subscribers every single month, and we’ll be keeping a rolling tally of the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita giveaways right through 2018. Feel free to bookmark this page and check...

  • Guide Upcoming PSVR Games in 2018

    PlayStation VR's second wave

    What upcoming PSVR games are releasing in 2018? Sony’s headset was one of the biggest success stories of 2017, selling over two million units and securing a huge list of high-quality software.  But with the accessory more affordable than ever and an ever-expanding catalogue of must-play titles, we’ve compiled a...

  • News PS Plus Double Discounts Slash Prices on EU PlayStation Store

    Bag a bargain

    Got some summer money burning a hole in your pocket? Not a big fan of the SEGA skies outside? Pull those curtains shut and get your pasty ass on the European PlayStation Store, where PlayStation Plus subscribers can currently grab double discounts on a bunch of high-profile games. Some of the highlights include Persona 5, Call of Duty:...

  • News US PlayStation Store Kicks Off Massive Mid-Year Sale

    European Store gets new sale too

    Just when you think your wallet is safe, Sony bursts through the door with another swathe of offers. This time around, the North American PS Store is playing host to the Mid-Year Sale, where you can get some pretty hefty savings on a ridiculous number of titles across PS4, PSVR, PS3, and Vita. With literally...

  • News Sacred Symbols Sees PS I Love You's Colin Moriarty Return to PlayStation Podcasting

    Beyond

    If you’ve had a PlayStation podcast shaped hole in your life since the death of Kinda Funny’s popular PS I Love You XOXO and our very own Push Square Podcast, then you may be interested to learn about Colin Moriarty’s new endeavour: Sacred Symbols. Following largely the same format as the original Podcast Beyond,

  • Poll Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament: Final 4 - Match 125

    Ready? Fight!

    This is the thirty-seventh week of our Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament, and the first of two top 4 matches. 128 characters enter, but only one will be crowned champion -- and you decide who that champion will be. If you want to know more about the Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament, be sure to click...

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    PS4

    Review The Crew 2

    Déjà crew

    One of the elements that was universally praised about The Crew was its open world. While developer Ivory Tower’s abbreviated version of the USA was a wonderfully put together slice of Americana, the surrounding game, ultimately let things down with its Fast & Furious-inspired story, and disappointing opponent AI. With The Crew...

  • Soapbox Sometimes, the Best Games Are the Simplest

    Going back to basics in games can be refreshing, says Stephen

    Saving the world all the time is exhausting. I can't tell you the number of doomsday plans I've scuppered, wars I've prevented, and Earths I've protected during my gaming career, and it can really take its toll. I'm the Chosen One, and it's all up to me, over and over again, and if I...

Tuesday3rd Jul 2018

Monday2nd Jul 2018