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  • News Capcom's Quest to Get Every Resident Evil Game Ever on PS4 Continues

    Simply Redfield

    Capcom won't rest until you can play every single Resident Evil game ever made on the PlayStation 4, and next up in its quest appears to be Dreamcast entry Resident Evil Code Veronica. The port's been spotted on the German ratings board, which isn't in the habit of classifying games that don't exist. We're assuming this will be...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
  • News The Occupation Is a Politically Charged Adventure Set in 80s England

    Fake news

    Well, this sure sounds fascinating. Ether One developer White Paper Games has announced its next project The Occupation, and it's set in the North-West of England during the late 80s – a testing time in British history due to Margaret Thatcher's spell as Prime Minister. The title will see you play as a whistleblowing journalist, and your...

    • White Paper Games
    • PS4
    • The Occupation
    • Announcements
  • Japanese Sales Charts Monster Hunter Makes a Peach Beach Splash

    Beast mode

    There are no surprises in this week's Media Create chart as Nintendo 3DS exclusive Monster Hunter XX topped the software charts with a frightening debut of almost 850k units. We wonder whether Capcom will use the success as a means to justify another couple of years of PlayStation Portable assets, or whether it's panicking over the fact...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News PS4 Exclusives Go Cheap in Latest European PlayStation Store Sale

    Cash in

    As is the case in North America, Sony's rolled out a sale on many PlayStation 4 exclusives in Europe. The discounts – which include The Last Guardian for £19.99 and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for £15.49 – span everything from digital releases to big name blockbusters. There's also DLC and

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Europe
    • Sales
    • Discounts
  • News PlayStation Presents a Ton of Games from the China Hero Project

    Including the promising Lost Soul Aside

    As you probably already know, China is a fledgling market for console gaming, but PlayStation is trying to cultivate a market by working with local developers to create home-grown content. And in this China Hero Project video it's showcased the burgeoning fruits of its efforts, as a dozen or so developers...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Videos
    • China
  • Guide How to Change Weapons and Armor in Mass Effect: Andromeda

    Equip your new gear

    Changing your weapons and armor in Mass Effect: Andromeda takes a little more effort than you might think. You can pick weapons and armor up from defeated enemies or find bits and pieces stored away in containers, ripe for the taking. However, unlike most other games that have some sort of loot system, you can't simply equip...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Weapons
  • News MLB The Show 17 Is Kinda Like an RPG Now

    Play ball

    Sony San Diego iterates on its baseball series every single year, and with MLB The Show 17 it's bringing some basic role-playing game systems to the fore. In the new Road to the Show mode you'll commandeer a rookie to the role of MVP by selecting dialogue options and hitting home runs. All is explained in intricate detail courtesy of the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • MLB The Show
    • Videos
  • News Horizon: Zero Dawn Still Looks Amazing in Pixel Art

    Focus on this

    Horizon: Zero Dawn is hands-down one of the best looking video games ever released, but what if it opted for an almost Game Boy Advance-esque aesthetic? That's what this mock-up by Japanese artist Toyaken21 aims to illustrate – and it's got us drooling over some kind of side-scroller starring Aloy as a result. What do you reckon?...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Horizon
    • Art
    • Culture
  • News Finally Some Direct-Feed Footage of Gran Turismo Sport's PS4 Beta

    Holy moly

    We've been posting about Gran Turismo Sport's recently released PlayStation 4 beta for a few days now, but most of the footage has come courtesy of compressed livestreams. Finally, a YouTube user has taken the time to whip out their capture card and grab a few minutes of footage running in 1080p at 60 frames-per-second, though. And the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo

Tuesday21st Mar 2017

  • News Diablo III Patch 1.18 Brings Seasons to PS4, Out Now

    We're going to win the league

    Diablo III's popular seasons game mode has arrived on PlayStation 4 as part of a new update. Patch 1.18 is available to download now on Sony's console, bringing with it a number of improvements - but obviously, the big talking point here is the aforementioned seasons. In a nutshell, seasons allows players to...

    • Blizzard
    • PS4
    • Diablo
    • Patches
  • Guide Mass Effect: Andromeda Character Builds

    Skill and profile recommendations

    Mass Effect: Andromeda may not be BioWare's best game overall, but there is one area where it excels, and that's combat. Gunfights are punchy and full of cool abilities - and its these skills and powers that we're focusing on with this guide. Unlike Commander Shepard of the original Mass Effect trilogy, Ryder isn't...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Character Builds
    • Guides
  • 33

    PS4

    Review Everything

    Mind blowing

    If there's one truth that can be guaranteed in this universe it's that Everything will divide opinion like few other games. The scientific simulation comes courtesy of Mountain maker David OReilly and promises the impossible: the ability to control everything in the universe – including the very fabrics of space itself. But can such...

    • Reviews
    • Double Fine
    • PS4
    • Everything
  • News PlayStation Exclusive Prices Plunge in NA PS Store Sale

    Only on PlayStation

    PlayStation exclusives are the focus of the latest North American PlayStation Store sale, as the prices plunge on some of Sony's biggest releases. Starting today you'll be able to get the likes of God of War III Remastered for $5.99 and Until Dawn for $9.99, and honestly if you haven't played either of those then you really...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • Sales
  • 35

    PS4

    Review Toukiden 2

    Oni you can save mankind

    Toukiden 2 begins with a huge battle in Yokohama. Monsters known as Oni have wreaked havoc across the world of man and are advancing down from the North. There is a plan to stop their advance in Yokohama by leading a force of Demon Slayers against them. However, things aren't looking good as the Oni are on the rampage and...

    • Reviews
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Toukiden 2
  • 6

    PS4

    Review This Is the Police

    911 is not a joke

    Weappy Games' strategy-cum-noir adventure This Is the Police has you inhabit the day-to-day drudgery of retiring police chief Jack Boyd, grinding out his last 180 days on the force and trying to keep things running smoothly for the city of Freeburg's corrupt mayor. Dogged by allegations of corruption and a career full of regret, we...

    • Reviews
    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • This Is the Police
  • News Dark Souls III Is Getting a Better Framerate on PS4 Pro

    In before 'Bloodborne'

    Dark Souls III's getting fresh content in the form of The Ringed City imminently, and From Software has released the patch notes for an update coming to the PlayStation 4 later this week. And among improvements to the PvP portion of the game and a bunch of bug fixes is the promise of "increased framerate for gameplay on the...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Dark Souls
  • 5

    PS4

    Review 2Dark

    2Bad

    In 2Dark you play as Smith, a man with a tortured past. On a camping trip many years ago his wife was murdered and his two children kidnapped. In response to these tragic events, he dedicates his life to not only finding his own children, but also saving other kidnapped youngsters. To this end, the game will see you sneak into various areas of...

    • Reviews
    • Bigben Interactive
    • PS4
    • 2Dark
  • Store Update 21st March 2017 (Europe)

    Deep space

    Whey! After a slow week, the European PlayStation Store is back to its monstrous best, bringing everything from Mass Effect: Andromeda to Toukiden 2 to a console near you. Other notable additions include Gravity Rush 2's free DLC and the existential awesomeness that is Everything. PS4 Games: Goat Simulator: Waste of Space Bundle 21st...

    • Store Update
    • Europe
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • News Dovetail Games Euro Fishing Bags a Big'un on PS4

    All about that bass

    Dovetail Games Euro Fishing will reel-ease on the PlayStation 4 on 11th April, the simulation maker has revealed. Available to pre-order in Europe today at 20 per cent off, the title hopes to lure you in with the promise of angling excellence, as you work your way through the fishing big leagues across five different modes. In...

    • Dovetail Games
    • PS4
    • Dovetail Games Euro Fishing
    • Announcements
  • News Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory Comes West on PS4, Vita in 2018

    Prodigious

    It's only just been announced in Japan, but Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory already looks like it could be heading West. Publisher Bandai Namco has trademarked the name "Hacker's Memory" in Europe, suggesting that it's planning on bringing the latest game overseas at some point. It'll be available on PlayStation 4 and Vita...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Digimon
  • News Don't Forget About Gravity Rush 2's Free DLC

    Raven's time to shine

    Poor, poor Gravity Rush: it really is the black sheep of Sony's first-party. We'd forgotten all about Gravity Rush 2's side-story until a poster here on Push Square mentioned it, prompting us to think it may have been delayed. Not true: it's just arrived with so little fanfare that you may be forgiven for forgetting all about...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gravity Rush
    • DLC
    • Videos
  • Guide Mass Effect: Andromeda Tips and Tricks for Rookie Pathfinders

    Side quests, combat, and co-op tips

    The quest to find humanity a new home in an entirely new galaxy is a tough one, and rookie Ryders will likely need all the help that they can get. Mass Effect: Andromeda is a reasonably deep and often complex game; its combat can be quite brutal and its numerous role-playing systems can be difficult to wrap your...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect: Andromeda
    • Guides
  • Guide How to Reset Skill Points in Mass Effect: Andromeda

    How to find the re-spec station

    There are a lot of skills to toy with in Mass Effect: Andromeda. From combat techniques to biotic powers to tech abilities, the numerous skill trees that are available to you right from the beginning of the game can seem incredibly daunting. As such, it's reasonably easy to pump your skill points into areas that you...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Andromeda
  • News Dragon Quest XI Will Soon Have a Confirmed Japanese Release Date

    Time to get your hopes up

    We've seen very little of Dragon Quest XI since it was announced last year, but that won't be stopping Square Enix from slapping it with a Japanese release date. Previously, the highly anticipated role-playing game was scheduled for a vague '2017' launch, but the Japanese publisher has confirmed that it'll be getting a...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dragon Quest
    • Release Dates

Monday20th Mar 2017

  • Hands On Is Mass Effect: Andromeda Really That Bad?

    No, not quite

    We've spent around 20 hours with Mass Effect: Andromeda, and within that time, our belief that the internet can make things seem much, much worse than they actually are has been greatly reinforced. BioWare's latest intergalactic tale is nowhere near perfect, but from what we've played so far, we reckon that the series' spacefaring soul...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect: Andromeda
    • Hands On
  • Round Up Mass Effect: Andromeda PS4 Reviews Fail to Set the Universe Alight

    Ticket to Ryder

    Mass Effect: Andromeda's reviews are out, and while it's by no stretch a bad game, it's not the inspired action RPG that many fans may have been hoping for. We pointed out plenty of flaws in our hands on impressions piece – a full review will follow here on Push Square in due time – and it seems we aren't alone with our thoughts...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Round Up
    • Features
  • News Gran Turismo Sport Is Sounding So Much Better Now

    Va va voom

    That delay to Gran Turismo Sport seems to have done the game the world of good. Not only does its beta look absolutely mind-blowing from a visual perspective, but those who got in have been commentating on how much better the sound is, too. Obviously long-time fans will know that the franchise has been criticised for its vacuum cleaner...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • Videos
  • 1

    PS4

    Review FlatOut 4: Total Insanity

    Safety car

    It's a miracle that FlatOut 4: Total Insanity exists at all really. The previous instalment in this smashtastic series – 2011's irreparably awful FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction – is widely regarded as one of the worst racing games of all time, sitting just a position ahead of the notoriously appalling Big Rigs: Over the Road...

    • Reviews
    • PQube
    • PS4
    • FlatOut 4: Total Insanity
  • Hands On Ruiner’s Challenging Cyberpunk World Shines Bright

    Repli-can

    One of the more exciting publishers on the gaming scene is Devolver Digital, a company that always seems to have a slate of interesting looking games on the way. And one of those games is cyberpunk shooter Ruiner. From developer Reikon Games, the title that appears to be a Hotline Miami clone at first glance is anything but. We got to sit...

    • PAX East 2017
    • Devolver Digital
    • PS4
    • Ruiner
    • Hands On
  • 9

    PS4

    Review Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight

    It's a supernatural fright

    Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is a 2D side-scrolling platformer that firmly plants its feet in the Metroidvania genre. Stop us if you've heard that one before. But what is a debut on consoles is actually a fourth entry in a series that dates back to 2010 on the PC, with the game in question debuting back in 2016...

    • Reviews
    • Playism
    • PS4
    • Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight
  • News Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Will Have the Largest Area in the Series

    An Indian adventure

    Uncharted's still a hyper-linear game, but there were signs in A Thief's End that Naughty Dog wanted to blow out the scale of the release. And it's going to go one bigger in spin-off The Lost Legacy, confirming in a PlayStation Blog post that it's included the largest area in the series' history in the standalone story. "The...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted
  • Video Handcuff Yourself to An Hour of This Is the Police on PS4

    What you gonna do when they come for you?

    Anticipated adventure strategy game This Is the Police will begin its beat on the PlayStation 4 this week, so we dug out our baton and streamed the first hour or so live on our YouTube channel. You can witness all of the action via the archive embedded above.

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • This Is The Police
    • Videos
    • Features
  • News This Guy Didn't Understand MLB The Show 17's Commercial

    Strike three

    If there's one popular exclusive that no one ever talks about, it's Sony San Diego's uber-popular MLB The Show 17. The series sells gangbusters year-after-year in the United States, but no one bats an eyelid – and that looks likely to reoccur with the latest instalment. Still, we can't help but feel that the platform holder could...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • MLB The Show
    • Commercials
  • News Don't Expect to Bump into Drake in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

    He's too busy playing Crash Bandicoot

    Considering his story's over, we always thought a Nathan Drake cameo would be kinda crummy should it occur in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and fortunately developer Naughty Dog's ruled out the possibility. Speaking with the PlayStation Blog, writer Josh Scherr had the following to say regarding the potential...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted
  • News It's Almost April and Uncharted 4 Is Still Winning Awards

    And rightly so

    We've noticed that it's become cool to hate Uncharted 4: A Thief's End in some circles, but that's not stopping it from scooping up awards like they're going out of fashion. Naughty Dog's sequel netted another gong this weekend, taking home the coveted Game of the Year accolade from the 2017 SXSW Gaming Awards. It beat out Dishonored...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted
    • Awards
  • UK Sales Charts Ghost Recon: Wildlands Holds On

    Horizon still selling strong

    It's been an electric start to 2017 in many ways, but the industry's just quickly taking a breather before Mass Effect: Andromeda drops. It means that this week's UK sales charts aren't all that exciting, with Ghost Recon: Wildlands retaining its place at the top of the best sellers list. LEGO Worlds is already starting...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3

Sunday19th Mar 2017

  • News Mass Effect: Andromeda's Animation Thing Has Gone Too Far Now

    Fans go on the offensive and force BioWare to respond

    The Internet has an unfortunate habit of taking a joke too far, and that's exactly what's happened with Mass Effect: Andromeda's goofy animations. The title's weird expressions – which have tired faster than a certain crew member's face – have been ridiculed for several days now, but the...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
  • News Here's a Better Look at Uncharted: The Lost Legacy's Chloe

    Frazer

    Uncharted favourite Chloe Frazer will star in this year's mini-story The Lost Legacy, and creative director Shaun Escayg has posted up a new screenshot to Twitter showing off the heroine. There's not really much to say other than… Well, the image sure looks like Chloe, eh? Escayg also posted up a picture of Nadine Ross, who will accompany...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted

Saturday18th Mar 2017

  • News Gran Turismo Sport's Really Looking Great in Beta

    One hour of PS4 footage

    It was supposed to release last year so it's no surprise to see Gran Turismo Sport's beta looking more polished than a showroom supercar. The sampler launched for a select number of players in North America today and already streams are starting to pop up around the web. While we're sure better quality footage will emerge...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • Videos
  • Hands On FlatOut 4 Is Total Insanity on PS4

    Car-nage

    Tail between the legs time: we should really have a FlatOut 4: Total Insanity review live on the site already. Alas, we're not quite ready to publish our verdict just yet so you're going to have to make do with a brief hands on piece and a video. Sorry about that. Anyway, it's pretty good. Unlike its soul-sappingly bad predecessor, World...

    • PQube
    • PS4
    • FlatOut
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News We Can't Stop Thinking About This Fixed MLB 17 Glitch

    Strong trypophobia trigger warning

    It's a funny old world, isn't it? You've got franchises like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Siren all striving to create the most gruesome enemies in gaming, but Sony San Diego has stumbled upon what is surely the most harrowing character model we've ever seen by accident. Below you'll see a glitch that the team...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • MLB The Show
    • Glitches
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 160

    Business as usual

    Ahhh, good – the weekend has arrived again. With the nights drawing longer but the weather still pretty poor, we reckon you can get away with another couple of days curled up on the couch with your PlayStation 4. Here's what we're playing this time. Graham Banas, Reviewer: The monster winter storm that we got has delayed me...

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

Friday17th Mar 2017

  • Poll Has the Mass Effect: Andromeda Backlash Put You Off the Game?

    Deep space, deeper trouble?

    This has really blown up, hasn't it? Arguably the biggest story of the week, Mass Effect: Andromeda has some rather terrible animations - we're talking worse than usual BioWare animations kind of terrible. Naturally, the gaming sphere is currently flooded with gifs, videos, and clips of the game's shoddy human faces and...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Polls
  • News Sonic Forces Is Looking Kinda Rad in First Footage

    Full-blown Sonic set to release 2017 on PS4

    Sonic Forces! That's the name of the game previously referred to as Project Sonic 2017 which was announced during that sh*tshow of a livestream last year. And the first gameplay footage shown at SXSW earlier this evening is looking… Pretty rad. It's a speedy, set-piece laden sequence – but the visuals...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic Forces
    • Videos
  • News Mass Effect: Andromeda Performance Isn't Perfect on PS4

    It's not quite a mass defect, though

    Digital Foundry have got their hands on Mass Effect: Andromeda, so that can only mean one thing: plenty of performance analysis videos. In the one that we've embedded above, the publication goes over how the sci-fi title runs on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but naturally, we're only here for the former. The...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Videos
  • 6

    PS4

    Review KONA

    Snow KONA

    It's 1970 and Private Detective Carl Faubert is heading deep into the wilds of Northern Quebec on a job. Hired to investigate a spate of vandalism in a rural mining community, Carl's looking forward to getting out of Montreal so that he can do something that doesn't involve divorce and cheating spouses. Unfortunately, as soon as he arrives...

    • Reviews
  • News Sony Is Finally Killing Off the PS3 in Japan

    It's been available for over a decade

    Ah, the PlayStation 3. The last-gen machine launched over a decade ago in Japan, and even after the PlayStation 4 hit the market, it was still shifting units. Over the last couple of years, however, things have slowed dramatically; once the PS4 hit its stride in the East, PS3 sales fell off a cliff. With that in...

    • Sony
    • PS3
    • Japan
  • News No, Mass Effect: Andromeda's Questionable Animations Aren't Being Patched

    At least not anytime soon

    In case you haven't heard, Mass Effect: Andromeda has some rather dire animations. "Par for course as far as BioWare is concerned," you may say to yourself, but based on what we've seen, Andromeda is somehow worse than the developer's previous efforts. Some of it is just downright awful. Obviously, stuff like this isn't...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
  • News Ubisoft Games Join DOOM in Latest EU PlayStation Store Sale

    Not all doom and gloom

    The latest PlayStation Store sale is going in hard on Ubisoft's back catalogue, with everything from golden oldie Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag to relative newcomer For Honor selling for cheap. Well, we say cheap, but admittedly, some of these reduced prices aren't that great. Still, if you've had your eye on Watch Dogs 2 or...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Europe
    • Deals
    • Discounts
  • News Sonic Mania Says Goodbye Spring, Hello Summer

    Bad Eggman

    The Year of Dreams™ has taken a temporary blow, as Sonic Mania has been pushed out of its Spring release window and into the Summer instead. It's only a matter of months, of course – and should result in an overall better product. The delay was confirmed at SXSW earlier today, where SEGA also showed off the first footage of Flying...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic Mania
    • Delays
  • News Yooka-Laylee's Platinum Trophy Looks Reasonably Achievable

    Bat crazy?

    Yooka-Laylee is a collectathon at heart, so you're probably going to want to get all of its Trophies on the PlayStation 4. And fortunately it's looking like a relatively straight-forward Platinum to nab – you're just going to have to keep your eye out for all of those pesky pagies and quills. While it does seem like there's an awful lot...

    • Team 17
    • PS4
    • Yooka-Laylee
    • Trophies
  • News Sonic Forces to Span Three Types of Gameplay

    Modern, Classic, and...?

    Sonic Forces was formally announced this week after being teased late last year. The title – which is coming to the PlayStation 4 this holiday care of Sonic Team's new Hedgehog 2 engine – will span three different types of gameplay: Modern Sonic, Classic Sonic, and one as of yet to be revealed. Any guesses what that...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic Forces
  • 8

    PS4

    Review Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey

    The Fast and the Firis

    The Atelier series is one of the longest running and most prolific Japanese role-playing game franchises, with Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey being the 18th instalment in the series' 20 year history. Atelier Firis is also, in many ways, the biggest leap forward the series has ever taken, implementing a...

    • Reviews
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey
  • News Persona 5 Sneaks a Stylish DualShock 4 Decal into Its Standard Edition on PS4

    Stealthily does it

    Let's end our Friday shift on a positive note, shall we? Atlus has revealed that those who buy the standard edition of Persona 5 on PlayStation 4 in North America will get a free decal for their DualShock 4 - but be aware that stock is limited. You can see infamous Atlus PR guy John Hardin and Ann Tamaki voice actress Erika...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona
  • News February 2017 NPD: For Honor Ascends as Nioh Stabs Top Ten

    But industry declines persist

    You've got to give credit to Ubisoft: it may not make games that get NeoGAF giddy, but it sure knows the market well. For Honor has climbed straight to the top of NPD charts in the United States for the month of February, with Ghost Recon: Wildlands surely the frontrunner to pull the same party trick in March's report...

    • USA
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Fuuuuu! Flying Battery Zone's Music Makes Its Comeback in Sonic Mania

    \m/

    It's up there with the best music in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, so we're super excited to see Flying Battery Zone make its grand comeback with some remixed audio in Sonic Mania. Just listen to this masterpiece? Choon! Bwoydem light up the room!

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic Mania
    • Trailers
  • News Action RPG The Surge Clanks onto PS4 in May

    Heavy metal

    The Surge, the action role-playing game from the developer behind Lords of the Fallen, has looked pretty solid in previous gameplay trailers. It's got exosuits, evil robots, and big bloody hammers. It's something a little different, then, and it's launching on the 16th May for PlayStation 4. It's also got a new, tone-setting cinematic...

    • Focus Home Interactive
    • PS4
    • The Surge
    • Release Dates
    • Trailers
  • News Freedom Planet Finally Spin-Dashes PS4 Next Week

    Gotta go fast

    With the Blue Blur back on everyone's mind following this week's updates to Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces, you may be looking for something similar to fill your time. Fortunately, it looks like the excellent Sonic the Hedgehog-esque Freedom Planet will be sprinting to the PS4 next week in North America, as confirmed via the PlayStation...

    • GalaxyTrail Games
    • PS4
    • Freedom Planet
    • Release Dates
  • Hands On She Remembered Caterpillars Is A Wonderfully Clever Puzzle Game

    And it’s headed to the PS4

    The Indie Megabooth at PAX East 2017 was full of an abundance of cool indie games vying for everyone's attention on the show floor. While some of them went by unnoticed, one that stood way out to us during the convention was Jumpsuit Entertainment's She Remembered Caterpillars. She Remembered Caterpillars is a gorgeous...

    • PAX East 2017
    • Jumpsuit Entertainment
    • PS4
    • She Remembered Caterpillars
    • Hands On
  • News Sniper Elite 4 Sets Sights on First Story DLC Next Week

    Free multiplayer content also coming

    The very likeable Sniper Elite 4 will be receiving the first part in its Deathstorm mini-campaign story starting 21st March, with a further two instalments set to follow later in the year. Playable for up to two players, the first episode will whisk you away to the snowy setting of Northern Italy, where you must...

    • Rebellion
    • PS4
    • Sniper Elite
    • DLC

Thursday16th Mar 2017

  • News Mass Effect: Andromeda Has Some Pretty Funny Scenes

    But we don't think they're intentional

    We jumped on Horizon: Zero Dawn for that cut-scene pretty quickly, so in the interests of keeping things fair, this Mass Effect: Andromeda clip that's doing the rounds probably deserves a post. If nothing else it had your humble host in stitches of laughter, so maybe it'll brighten up your day:

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
  • News Is Emma Stone Going to Star in Death Stranding?

    "That's a lovely rumour"

    At this point, we can probably safely say that Hideo Kojima has been given a blank cheque by Sony to make Death Stranding. The auteur not only has one of the most stylish indie game offices in the universe, but he's also busy snapping up hot Hollywood talent like Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen to star in the game. And one...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Death Stranding
  • News Guerrilla Already Hard at Work on Expansion to Horizon's Story

    No rest for the wicked

    Horizon: Zero Dawn has sold incredibly well, becoming Sony's biggest new IP launch of the PlayStation 4 generation and Guerrilla Games' largest ever debut. But buried inside the celebratory press release is this little tidbit from managing director Hermen Hulst: "We're thrilled that Horizon: Zero Dawn has been embraced by...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Horizon
  • News Horizon: Zero Dawn Has Been a Huge Commercial Hit for Sony

    Guerrilla's biggest ever debut sells 2.6 million copies in two weeks

    You're looking at the birth of a massive new PlayStation franchise here: Horizon: Zero Dawn has sold 2.6 million units in the two weeks since its release. Those numbers represent copies of the game in consumers' hands, rather than shipped to stores. It makes the game Sony's...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Horizon
    • Sales
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    Review Dying: Reborn

    Tonight, Mathew

    Dying: Reborn's one of those games that, as a reviewer, makes you feel a bit rubbish. It's not a good game – in fact, it's pretty bloody bad – but you can tell that a tiny studio has tried its very best to make something cool. Also available on PlayStation VR and the Vita (either individually or as part of a three game bundle),...

    • Reviews
    • Oasis Games
    • PS4
    • Dying: Reborn
  • News Uncharted 4's Getting Free Savage Starlight Content

    To infinity and beyond

    One for the hardcore Naughty Dog fans here: Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is getting free Savage Starlight content in multiplayer. The fictional sci-fi series first appeared in The Last of Us, and has become one of the Californian studio's more popular Easter eggs in recent years. Starting from 17th March, you'll be able to kit...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted
    • Patches
  • Hands On Little Nightmares Is Primed for Greatness

    Hungry for more

    Of the many games that were playable on the show-floor at PAX East 2017, Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares was one of the titles we were most excited to get our hands on. And we were lucky enough to get some time with the game as well as chat with level designer Matthew Compher about some elements of the title announced back in...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Little Nightmares
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News Shenmue III Clears Some QTEs in Cruddy Dev Diary

    Changed my mind

    Shenmue III's supposed to release this year, but we'll save you the disappointment of a delay right here and now: it's not. Ys Net has uploaded its first developer diary in months today, and it's basically two minutes of next to nothing, as the team laugh and joke their way around the company's distinctively pokey office. There is a...

    • Ys Net
    • PS4
    • Shenmue
  • News Blast Off with 40 Minutes of Mass Effect: Andromeda PS4 Pro Gameplay

    Into the void

    Hey, Mass Effect: Andromeda really isn't far off now, and if you're struggling to contain your intergalactic excitement, then you may want to keep yourself busy with the 40 minute gameplay video that we've embedded above. Running on PS4 Pro, the sci-fi role-playing release looks the part - although at this point we're still struggling...

    • EA Games
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Videos
  • News Blizzard Shares a Little More Info on Diablo III's New Necromancer

    Up and at 'em

    At some point later this year, Diablo III will be getting a whole new playable character class in the form of the Necromancer. We don't have too much to go on when it comes to analysing this corpse-raising warrior, but at least Blizzard seems to enjoy drip feeding us new information. In an official blog post, the developer goes over...

    • Blizzard
    • PS4
    • Diablo
    • DLC
  • News Tekken 7 Will Kick the Crap Out of Two Crossover DLC Characters

    But who could they be?

    Bandai Namco has revealed the contents of Tekken 7's season pass today, offering up some juicy information. First off, pass owners will get access to a "brand-new game mode" and over 50 new characters costumes in the summer. There are no concrete dates to go on here, but we assume that this first pack will release not too long...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
    • DLC
  • News These Dragon Quest Heroes II Characters Sure Love Oversized Weapons

    Don't mess

    Dragon Quest Heroes II is back with another character trailer, this time introducing two party members who have a penchant for oversized armaments. The first is the delightfully named Desdemonda, who wields a giant axe - and she's just about as destructive as you'd expect. The second is Cesar, a prince who's more than happy to swing...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dragon Quest
    • Trailers
  • News Telltale Chief Kevin Bruner Reportedly Steps Down

    Telltale will remember that

    Telltale gaffer Kevin Bruner has reportedly stepped down from his position of CEO this week, according to sources close to Kotaku scribe Jason Schreier. This is big news because Bruner actually helped found the company which has gone on to become a major household name, following its success primarily on The Walking Dead...

    • Telltale Games
    • Industry
    • Employment