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  • News PS4 Trophies Show 67% of Players Have Stuck with Monster Hunter: World into High Rank

    That's a promising statistic

    A lot of people quit games pretty early on. They lose interest or they start playing something else, and the game doesn't get finished. This has always been a worry for many developers, which leads to a lot of specific design choices that aim to keep players engaged.  Monster Hunter: World doesn't seem to have that...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Trophies
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 207

    Short but sweet

    The days are getting longer again, which means you may be in need of your curtains to block the light out. The video game release schedule has certainly slowed down since Monster Hunter: World launched, so what’s keeping you busy at the moment? You know the drill. Robert Ramsey, Deputy Editor: It's back to the wilderness this...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing
  • News Dynasty Warriors 9 Is the 'Worst Performing Game' on PS4 Pro

    And PS4's even worse

    Digital Foundry's had its say on Dynasty Warriors 9, and unsurprisingly, the tech heads aren't impressed. The publication cuts to the chase quickly, stating that Dynasty Warriors 9 is probably the "worst performing game we've seen to date" on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Yikes. The bottom line is that the game can...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Dynasty Warriors
    • Videos

YesterdayFri, 16th Feb 2018

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    PS4

    Review Kingdom Come: Deliverance

    Deliver us from evil loading screens

    It doesn't feel right to describe Kingdom Come: Deliverance as an RPG – at least not by modern standards. At first glance, you'd be forgiven for comparing it to the likes of Skyrim or The Witcher. It's a first person adventure set in a vast medieval world with swords, danger, and intrigue lurking around every...

    • Reviews
    • PS4
    • Warhorse Studios
    • Kingdom Come: Deliverance
  • News Monster Hunter: World PS4 Patch 1.06 Features a Couple of Quick Fixes

    Keep 'em coming

    A new Monster Hunter: World update's available to download now on PlayStation 4, with Capcom keen to stamp out a couple of minor issues. Patch 1.06 only weighs in at around 82MB, so there's no need to fret about your remaining hard drive space just yet. Here's a quick rundown of what the update does, according to Capcom: Fixed an...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Patches
  • News CD Projekt Red Wades in on Loot Box Debate

    Meanwhile, a U.S. Senator calls for investigation

    After Hawaiian politician Chris Lee proposed government action against loot boxes earlier this week, the ongoing debate surrounding them has showed no signs of stopping. Now, CD Projekt Red has voiced its opinions on the subject. Marcin Iwiński, co-founder of the beloved Witcher developer, said in...

    • CD Projekt Red
    • PS4
    • Loot Boxes
    • Industry
  • News Grab a Bargain This Weekend in New European PS Store Sale

    That Friday feeling

    The EU PlayStation Store has another sale going down, but only for this weekend. If you're on the hunt for a good deal, there are a handful of games worth prizing your wallet open for. There are some big savings to be had on some major titles. Dark Souls III is just £13.99, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is £15.99, and The Evil...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
  • News US PS4 Flash Sale Serves Up Something for the Weekend

    How low can you go?

    Cleared your backlog and looking for something new to play ahead of the weekend? Sony’s stealth dropped a new PlayStation 4 Flash Sale on the US PlayStation Store, and it’s got a handful of bargains worth your eagle eye. Highlights include Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for $9.89, inFAMOUS: First Light for $5.99, and even...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • USA
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
  • 17

    PS4

    Review EA Sports UFC 3

    Chat crap get banged

    You’ll need a strong stomach, but EA Sports UFC 3 simply feels good. Dana White’s snowballing brand of mixed martial arts is not known for pulling its punches, and the third instalment in EA Sports’ series hits similarly hard, with wince-inducing haymakers breaking noses like they’re breadsticks. Industry leading...

    • Reviews
    • EA Sports
    • PS4
    • EA Sports UFC 3
  • Hands On Knockout League Is Pitch Perfect Punch-Out!! for PSVR

    Little Mac and cheese

    Punch-Out!! is such a great game that it’s a surprise the formula doesn’t get “borrowed” more often. Knockout League does nothing to hide its Glass Joe shaped inspirations, delivering a PlayStation VR experience that owes its entire existence to Nintendo’s legendary boxing series. But while it is shameless to an...

    • Grab Games
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Knockout League
    • Hands On
  • News Assassin's Creed Origins Survey Hits at Potential Settings for Future Games, Japan Included

    Vikings, King Arthur, and more

    According to PlayStation Trophies, Ubisoft's been sending out another survey asking players about their thoughts on Assassin's Creed and what they'd like to see going forward. The survey goes on to list potential settings for future titles, and there are some interesting ideas here. The dark ages and King Arthur...

    • Ubisoft
    • Assassin's Creed
  • News New Study Suggests Only 6% of People Don't Spend Money on Microtransactions

    69% are fine with cosmetic stuff

    Well here's a study that makes for some interesting reading. A report entitled Gaming Today, which is based on an online discussion held by figures from across gaming and technology, suggests that the most people really don't care all that much about microtransactions in their video games. Based on one particular...

    • Industry
    • Microtransactions
  • News Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Heading to PlayStation VR in April

    Wubba lubba dub dub

    We don't have too much longer to wait to get our hands on Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality: it's heading to PlayStation VR on 10th April 2018. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, Brad Nicholson of Adult Swim Games goes into a little more detail on what to expect from the game. Virtual Rick-ality is an adventure game that...

    • Adult Swim Games
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality
    • Announcements
  • News One Piece: World Seeker Aims to Replicate the 'Freedom' of One Piece with Its Open World

    A pirate's life

    One Piece: World Seeker's got a new trailer in which producer Koji Nakajima talks us through the concept behind the game's open world focus. "There are many action-adventure games out there already," Nakajima begins. "But they come with certain restrictions, such as invisible walls, for example." "One of the best parts of One...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • One Piece
    • Trailers
  • Interview Quickfire Questions with the Team Behind All-Female Fighter SNK Heroines

    Go girls

    SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy was announced back in January, and it immediately attracted some attention for its, er, unique approach to being a fighting game. Featuring female combatants from across the SNK universe, we wanted to find out a little more about this upcoming brawler, so we exchanged some quickfire questions with the team...

    • SNK
    • PS4
    • SNK Heroines
    • Interviews
    • Features
  • News SoulCalibur VI Trailer Invites You to Take a Closer Look at Sword Wielding Samurai Mitsurugi

    He's looking well

    Mitsurugi's been a part of SoulCalibur since the beginning, and he remains a fan favourite fighter. Unsurprisingly, the Japanese warrior returns in SoulCalibur VI, and this new trailer gives us a better idea of what he's all about with comments from producer Motohiro Okubo. Obviously Mitsurugi draws inspiration from the samurai,...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • SoulCalibur
    • Trailers

Thursday15th Feb 2018

  • News Fortnite: Battle Royale Offers Exclusive PS Plus Items

    Well fort-out

    Fortnite: Battle Royale is still taking the PlayStation 4 by storm, and now developer Epic Games has announced some exclusive cosmetic items for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The PlayStation Plus Celebration Pack is available from now until 1st February 2019, and contains a PlayStation-themed wingsuit and outfit. Are you still...

    • Epic Games
    • PS4
    • Fortnite
    • PlayStation Plus
  • News Farming Simulator 19 Is Not to Be Confused with Far Cry 5

    Not horsing around

    Change the logos in this Farming Simulator 19 debut trailer and you’ve got a killer commercial for Far Cry 5, but the only dead heading you’ll be doing here is to your ripened barley. Focus Home Interactive, in conjunction with developer Giants Software, has announced the next edition in its barnstorming agricultural brand –...

    • Focus Home Interactive
    • PS4
    • Farming Simulator
    • Announcements
    • Trailers
  • Competition Win Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's Ultimate Collector's Edition

    Update: Winner announced

    Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is available now on the PlayStation 4, allowing the legendary franchise’s famous cast of characters to duke it out in an array of eye-searingly intense arena battles. And to celebrate the console release of the long-awaited arcade title, we’re giving away one Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Ultimate...

    • Competitions
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Collectors Editions
    • Features
  • Soapbox I Miss the Mystery of Video Games

    The great unknown

    At the risk of sounding like an old man yelling at a cloud, I don’t half miss the old days. There was a time when the Internet cost a penny a minute (absurd, I know) and I got most of my gaming news from magazines. I always remember having a rough idea in my mind of when E3 was scheduled to take place, and I’d anticipate the...

    • Soapbox
    • Culture
    • Features
  • Soapbox Dynasty Warriors 9 Broke My Heart

    Xiahou Done

    Bloody Dynasty Warriors 9. What a bitter disappointment that turned out to be. Now that I've had time to reflect on Koei Tecmo's latest and my own review of the game (which you can read through here), I've come to the conclusion that I've had my heart broken by a video game, and I'm still coming to terms with it. Now...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Dynasty Warriors
    • Soapbox
    • Features
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    PS4

    Review Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame

    Road rash

    Racing games are dime a dozen, but while most focus on cars or more “extreme” sports, it’s relatively slim pickings when it comes to motocross and supercross. They were more common a couple of generations ago, but now Italian dev Milestone practically stand alone when it comes to getting licensed motocross games out the door. While...

    • Reviews
    • Milestone
    • PS4
    • Monster Energy Supercross
  • News Square Enix Reflects on Final Fantasy XV in New Developer Diary

    A royal thank you!

    Final Fantasy XV has gone through some significant changes since it first launched on PlayStation 4 back in November 2016 after a tortuous ten year development cycle. We could drag on about how some of the game's downloadable content falls short, or how it feels like it concludes what should have been a complete game on launch...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
  • News PSVR Price Drop Arrives in USA for a Few Weeks

    Time to buy

    There’s honestly never been a better time to purchase PlayStation VR, as more and more promising titles continue to pad out the release schedule. And over in North America, Sony’s decided to make the headset more affordable for the time being, with the headset going as low as $199.99 starting Sunday, 18th February through Saturday,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • USA
    • Deals
  • News New US PlayStation Store Sale Reduces 2K's Titles

    Bargain

    Feeling flush? Another new sale has hit the North American PS Store, this time focusing on games published by 2K. Included in the deal are some pretty big games. Among the titles on offer are XCOM 2, WWE 2K18, and BioShock: The Collection, but there are a few more games in the deal that are worth a look. The much maligned Battleborn could...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • PlayStation Store
    • Deals
  • News How the Heck Is Football Supposed to Work with PSVR?

    Hand ball

    We reckon you could probably make a pretty great American Football game with PlayStation VR, especially from the quarterback position – but how is soccer supposed to work? Well, SportsBarVR developer Cherry Pop Games reckons it’s figured it out with VRFC – a new football-based virtual reality title set to release on 27th February...

    • Cherry Pop Games
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • VRFC
    • Announcements
  • News New Onrush Teaser Offers A Tiny Glimpse of Gameplay

    The calm before the stampede

    We haven't seen all that much of Onrush, the new game from the talent behind Motorstorm and DriveClub. Details are beginning to trickle out, however; not too long ago, we learned of the game's release date and pre-order bonuses, and now, we have a brand new, albeit brief, video. At only 20 seconds long, it shows only...

    • Codemasters
    • PS4
    • Onrush
    • Trailers
  • News Mafia III Developer Hangar 13 Hit With Job Cuts

    2K reduces staff

    A new report from Kotaku states that Hangar 13, the studio behind 2016's Mafia III, has suffered a significant number of layoffs. Publisher 2K told Kotaku that staff reductions have been made at Hangar 13 "in order to ensure that the studio’s resources are properly aligned with its long-term development plans". Their statement...

    • 2K Games
    • PS4
    • Hangar 13
    • Industry
  • News Ni no Kuni II's Looking Especially Lovely in Early Story Gameplay

    The adventure begins

    Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom looks great -- we've known that for quite a while. The incredibly pretty role-playing game has a real fairy tale charm to it, and that's something you don't often see these days. Bandai Namco's released ten minutes of new footage taken from the English version of the release, showcasing a stint...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Ni no Kuni
    • Videos
  • News Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Slam Dunks a Physical Release This Spring on PS4

    Swish

    Anyone old enough to remember the infamous (and rubbish) Mega Drive brawler Shaq Fu will surely question the title’s return on modern consoles, but here it is, whether you like it or not. Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is an all-new 2.5D beat ‘em up starring Shaquille O’Neal, and the trailer, embedded above, promises the game will be “better...

    • Wired Productions
    • PS4
    • Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn
  • News Assassin's Creed Origins' Educational Discovery Mode Tours Egypt on 20th February

    Back to school

    Assassin’s Creed Origins is arguably the best entry in Ubisoft’s stealth series to date, but the French publisher’s hoping to repurpose the title’s outstandingly detailed open world from 20th February with its free educational Discovery Mode DLC. Featuring 75 guided tours, the content aims to teach you more about Ancient...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Assassin's Creed
    • DLC
  • News Code Vein's Multiplayer Lets You Fight Alongside a Friend

    Soulsmates

    Bandai Namco's shed a little bit of light on how multiplayer works in upcoming action role-playing title Code Vein. Basically, you'll be able to invite a friend to your game and tackle its many challenges together. It should be nice to have the option of seeking help when the going gets really tough. The twist here is that you already...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Code Vein

Wednesday14th Feb 2018

  • Guide The Best PS4 Local Multiplayer Games

    The cream of the PlayStation 4's offline multiplayer crop

    While many titles offer great online experiences, nothing quite beats local multiplayer together with friends and family in the same room. Finding the right game can quickly turn four best mates into mortal enemies, or turn the group into a hysterical mess of laughter, screams, and joy...

    • Best PS4 Local Multiplayer Games
    • PS4
    • Local Multiplayer
    • Offline Multiplayer
    • Multiplayer
  • Feature Which of PlayStation's Lonely Hearts Are Looking for Love?

    Meet your match

    Where PlayStation protagonists fall in love. Start dating with Push My Square today.: We know that being a PlayStation hero is hard. That's why we created Push My Square – a vibrant community in which video game stars of all shapes and sizes can find the partner of their dreams. Since the company's inception in 1994, we've...

    • Happy Valentine's Day
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • Features
  • Feature The Best and Worst Run Animations on PlayStation

    Jog on

    Animation is something we sort of take for granted in games, these days. Most of it is now pretty good, but do you remember a time in PlayStation's history when even a simple run animation was laughable? We certainly do. Not everyone can be Naughty Dog, but that's the beauty of it; games old and new have wildly different animation, some of it...

    • Features
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • PS2
    • PSone
  • News Kingdom Hearts III Release Date Might Not Be Announced at E3 After All

    We goofed

    Square Enix revealed Kingdom Hearts III's main theme and a new trailer at the D23 Expo in Tokyo last weekend, but it was also falsely reported that a release date for the game would be announced at E3 this year. Forgive us for getting excited at an announcement of an announcement via a Tweet, but it turns out that this was actually a bit...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Hearts III
    • Release Dates
  • News Mass Effect: Andromeda's Multiplayer Is Still Being Updated

    Clearly it's making money

    Last summer, BioWare stated that it would be -- rather prematurely -- ending support for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and for fans, hopes of any meaningful single player downloadable content went down the drain. However, despite leaving the game's oft criticised campaign behind, the developer's been tweaking the title's...

    • EA
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
    • Patches
  • News THQ Nordic Now Owns Metro, Dead Island, Saints Row, More in New Acquisition

    Publisher purchases Koch Media

    THQ Nordic has felt like a bit of a B-team player for a while, re-releasing a lot of its back catalogue and slowly accumulating more and more IPs. It seemed that no one was really paying them much attention, but that may be about to change; the publisher has just made a serious acquisition in the purchase of Koch Media...

    • THQ Nordic AB
    • Koch Media
    • PS4
    • Industry
  • Japanese Sales Charts Monster Hunter's Still King, Dynasty Warriors Continues to Decline

    A slippery slope

    It's been a busy week for PlayStation in Japan. Monster Hunter: World is still king of the Japanese software charts, staying strong at number one for the third consecutive week. Capcom's brilliant action role-playing game shifted a further 159,000 copies on PlayStation 4.  Unable to knock it off its perch was the...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • Vita
  • News The Evil Within 2 Adds First-Person Mode with New Update

    Evil influence?

    So, The Evil Within 2 is getting a first-person mode for some reason, allowing you to play through the game from the perspective of its grizzled protagonist. An interesting addition, to say the least.  The mode is added via the game's latest patch, which means it obviously won't cost you a penny. We wonder how much it'll change...

    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • The Evil Within
    • Patches
  • Poll Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament: Round 2 - Matches 65-68

    Ready? Fight!

    This is the seventeenth week of our Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament, and the first week of round 2 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...

    • Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament
    • Polls
    • Features
  • News Attach Your PS Move to a Plush Toy in Konrad the Kitten

    "This makes your virtual kitten feel like a real one"

    In perhaps the silliest use of the PlayStation Move yet, German developer FuzionPlay has developed a mode for its upcoming PlayStation VR pet sitting sim Konrad the Kitten where you attach one of the motion controllers to a plush toy with “elastic bands or scrunchies” for added authenticity...

    • FuzionPlay
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Konrad the Kitten
    • Announcements
  • News Dynasty Warriors 9 PS4 Patch 1.03 Promises to Improve Poor Frame Rate

    Let's hope it works

    After many years of waiting, Dynasty Warriors 9 is finally here -- but it's proved to be a divisive release. Critics appear torn on the title's open world and the new systems that it brings, but if there's one thing that we can surely all agree on, it's that the game runs like crap. As mentioned in our review, the title...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Dynasty Warriors
    • Patches
  • News Upcoming Witcher 3 Card Collecting Spin-Off Title Gwent Is Getting an Arena Mode

    Interesting, but very similar to Hearthstone

    We're still waiting on a release date for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game on PlayStation 4; last we heard, developer CD Projekt Red said it will be released when it's ready. Can't argue with that. Well, the team certainly hasn't been resting on its laurels as it today announced a new game mode for its...

    • CD Projekt Red
    • PS4
    • Gwent
    • The Witcher
  • Interview Dakko Dakko on Bringing a PS Vita Classic to PSVR

    Pop-Up Pilgrims takes Sony's headset by storm

    It’s only when you’ve been doing this job for a few years that you build up a library of games in your mind that many will have forgotten. For some reason, Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims is one title that this author remembers well. The Dakko Dakko developed curio started life as a PlayStation...

    • Dakko Dakko
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Pop-Up Pilgrims
    • Interviews
  • News Sony's No Heroes Allowed! Dashes to Smartphones in Japan

    Bricking it

    Sony’s versatile first-party franchise No Heroes Allowed! has arrived on Japanese smartphones today, as part of label ForwardWorks’ ongoing mobile initiative. Officially named No More Heroes! DASH, the brick-matching puzzler sees you aligning shapes in order to summon monsters and repel hideous heroes – par for the course for the...

    • Sony
    • Mobile
    • No Heroes Allowed

Tuesday13th Feb 2018

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    PS4

    Review Dynasty Warriors 9

    Big trouble in big China

    Dynasty Warriors as a series hasn't changed much over the years. Sure it's had its playable character roster expanded significantly, and it's had the odd combat system overhaul here and there, but the core concept has always remained the same: it's one super overpowered Chinese warrior (you) versus entire armies that flood...

    • Reviews
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Dynasty Warriors 9
  • Hands On Kingdom Come: Deliverance Marries the Open World of Skyrim With... The Sims?

    Say goodbye to your social life

    Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the latest invader to land on our shores, readying its blade to take Skyrim's crown. Much like The Elder Scrolls before it, this is a first person RPG of epic proportions, with a massive game world to explore, side quests aplenty, and as many systems as you have hair follicles on your...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Come: Deliverance
    • Hands On
    • Features
  • News Ubisoft Focusing on Adding More DLC to Assassin's Creed Origins

    Rather than making a new game

    With the success and popularity of Assassin's Creed Origins, many have been wondering what Ubisoft's next move will be when it comes to the historical franchise. Will the French publisher opt to pump out another game later this year? A sequel to Origins, perhaps? Or will it take its time, and try for another hit a...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Assassin's Creed
    • DLC
  • Rumour Spyro Remaster Roaring to PS4 Later This Year

    Exclusive at launch

    Following the runaway success of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Activision is lining up a Spyro the Dragon Trilogy remaster for the PlayStation 4. According to Kotaku – citing sources familiar with the project – all three of Insomniac Games’ enormously popular PSone platformers will be resurrected for the new-gen...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Spyro
    • Rumours
  • Round Up Kingdom Come: Deliverance PS4 Reviews Split Critics

    Does it deliver?

    Kingdom Come: Deliverance brings unprecedented historical simulation to the PlayStation 4 this week, and its split critics right down the middle. While we’re still working through this behemoth buccaneer through the Middle Ages, our first impressions have been largely positive – even though we appreciate this experience is...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Come: Deliverance
    • Round Up
    • Features
  • Store Update 13th February 2018 (Europe)

    Big time

    It’s an absolutely gigantic week on the European PlayStation Store this week – like, frighteningly so. Secret of Mana is probably the biggest new release of the week, but Ramsey will kill us if we don’t mention Dynasty Warriors 9. Then there’s Crossing Souls and Sprint Vector, as well as Fe. If we’re all being honest, this week is...

    • Store Update
    • Europe
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • 31

    PS4

    Review Sprint Vector

    Usain Bolt's retirement plan

    Movement is one of the toughest things to get right in virtual reality right now. It can work like a charm in some cases, transporting you to a world that you feel fully immersed in as you interact with the environment around you. Or, it can knock you off guard and send you searching for the nearest toilet. Sprint...

    • Reviews
    • Survios
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Sprint Vector
  • News Kingdom Come Launch Issues Noted, Should Be Patched in 'Approximately 2 Weeks'

    Coming soon

    Kingdom Come: Deliverance is out today on PlayStation 4 (you can read our hands on impressions here) but it hasn't enjoyed an especially smooth launch. Many players are reporting progression bugs, framerate issues, and a bunch of other things, but developer Warhorse Studios is at least listening. Creative director Daniel Vávra...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Come
    • Patches
  • Feature Are You Still Hooked on Monster Hunter: World?

    The grind never ends

    It's been a few weeks since Monster Hunter: World launched on PlayStation 4, meaning we're now at that all-important point where we can look back on the time that we've spent with the game and ask ourselves: are we still hooked? Have we enjoyed the experience up to this point? Has Monster Hunter: World lived up to the hype?...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Polls
    • Features
  • 15

    PS4

    Review Crossing Souls

    There is no game, only Zuul

    80s pop culture has been gaining momentum in a big way in recent years, between things like the mega popular Stranger Things and the ever-expanding – and much deserved – popularity of synthwave in the music scene. The decade was rich with shows, films, songs, and everything in between that people young...

    • Reviews
    • Devolver Digital
    • PS4
    • Crossing Souls
  • News Hawaii's Government Proposes Action Against Loot Boxes

    Loot out

    Everyone's probably tired of hearing about it, but it seems like we still haven't seen the end of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 loot box controversy's consequences. In what is a landmark for laws regulating games - something scarce in most countries until now - Representative Chris Lee of Oahu has proposed two bills to the Hawaii State...

    • PS4
    • Industry
    • Loot Boxes
  • News Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Won't Be Part of Capcom Pro Tour 2018 After All

    Capcom confirms

    A while back, Capcom showed potential interest in expanding its selection of competitive games for its annual Capcom Pro Tour, all in the name of a renewed focus on esports. This led to much speculation over whether the company would add titles outside of Street Fighter V to this year's tour -- namely Marvel vs. Capcom:...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Marvel vs. Capcom
  • News First Person Puzzler Q.U.B.E. 2 Squares Up On PS4 Next Month

    Be there

    Toxic Games, the developer behind Q.U.B.E. 2, has announced the release date for its upcoming sequel. You'll be shifting multicoloured blocks around clinical environments on 13th March 2018. Following on from Q.U.B.E: Director's Cut - which we were quite fond of - the next game in the series adopts a similar structure, tasking you with...

    • Toxic Games
    • PS4
    • QUBE
    • Announcements

Monday12th Feb 2018

  • News Here's Why Kingdom Come: Deliverance's Day One Patch Is So Big

    It'll take all knight to download

    News last Friday that Kingdom Come: Deliverance's whopping 23GB day one patch will double the size of the game left a few people unhappy – although giant day one patches have become a common occurrence in recent years – so now publisher Deep Silver has revealed the reasons behind the update's size...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Come: Deliverance
    • Patches
  • 39

    PS4

    Review Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

    Shut the hell up, kupo

    There are few franchises in video gaming quite like Final Fantasy. After three decades, the series has spawned more iconic characters and cities than most other franchises could hope to achieve in twice as long. The appeal, therefore, of a game like Dissidia Final Fantasy NT should be self-explanatory: take a bunch of...

    • Reviews
    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dissidia Final Fantasy NT
  • UK Sales Charts Shadow of the Colossus Looms Large at No.1

    Colossal

    Monster Hunter: World's reign over the UK weekly chart is over, replaced by another game filled with giant creatures. Shadow of the Colossus takes the top spot, and it comfortably outperforms the 2006 original; launch week sales are 73% higher than they were for the PS2 classic, which also debuted at No.1. Capcom's beast-slaying RPG,...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Sony Projected a God of War Commercial onto a Basketball Court

    Thor you'd seen it all?

    Sony’s really banking on God of War doing the business for the PlayStation 4, so it’s perhaps little surprise that it projected a new commercial onto the court of an NBA game in Oakland this weekend. As far as we can tell, this is a CG advertisement which is odd when you consider how good the game looks, but the platform...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • God of War
    • Marketing
  • News Blanka Electrifies Street Fighter V Later This Month

    Shocking

    Capcom's released the gameplay trailer for Blanka, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition's second season three character. The mean green fighting machine's a series veteran, and although there have been times when he's been considered something a joke character in the past, we're happy to see him back in all of his electrifying glory...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
    • DLC
    • Trailers
  • News Whimsical PSVR Platformer Moss Dazzles in New Gameplay

    Moss mouse

    Moss is a forthcoming PlayStation VR puzzle platformer that has headset owners hyped, and judging by this new PlayStation 4 gameplay footage published by PlayStation Underground it’s easy to see why. The title sees you controlling a miniature mouse-like heroine named Quill in a diorama-like fantasy world, and it uses virtual reality to...

    • Polyarc
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Moss
    • Videos

Sunday11th Feb 2018

  • News Is the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Sneaking to PS4?

    Update: Probably not

    The Metal Gear Solid HD Collection could be coming to the PlayStation 4, assuming a listing on Texas-based developer Armature’s website is accurate. While the compilation – which features Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker – was originally handled b

    • Konami
    • PS4
    • Metal Gear Solid
    • Rumours

Saturday10th Feb 2018

  • Guide Shadow of the Colossus Boss Guide - How to Find and Kill All 16 Colossi

    A full walkthrough of all Shadow of the Colossus' foes

    Shadow of the Colossus’ bosses are the beating heart of the game, and in this boss guide we’re not only going to help you to find all 16 Colossi, but we’re also going to share some strategies on how you can kill them, too. Whether you’re looking for tips, tricks, or tactics, read on for...

    • Shadow of the Colossus Boss Guide
    • PS4
    • Shadow of the Colossus
    • Bosses
    • Guides
  • News Kingdom Hearts III Gets a Fantastical New Trailer, Confirms a Bunch of Things

    Monster mash

    Disney's D23 Expo Japan, starting today, could be the site of an announcement concerning Kingdom Hearts III. The Kingdom Hearts Twitter account teased an appearance at the expo, leading many to speculate whether another trailer or even a release date could be revealed in Tokyo. Kingdom Hearts III's current 2018 release date

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Hearts
  • 13

    PS4

    Review The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia

    Deadly

    The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is the first console adaptation of The Seven Deadly Sins anime. Published by Bandai Namco and developed by Natsume Atari, Knights of Britannia is a fighting game at its core which follows the plot of the hit anime. The game has two modes: Adventure Mode and Duel Mode, which pretty much do...

    • Reviews
    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia
  • News The Lost Child Is a JRPG Set in Modern-Day Tokyo That's Coming West This Summer

    New English trailer revealed

    NIS America has released a new English trailer for its upcoming Japanese role-playing title, The Lost Child. Set in modern-day Tokyo, The Lost Child was announced for a Western release on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in September of last year. The publisher has also revealed a Limited Edition of the game on...

    • NIS America
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • The Lost Child
    • Trailers
  • News Fortnite: Battle Royale to Get 60 Frames-Per-Second Mode on PS4

    Within a fortnight?

    Fortnite: Battle Royale, Epic Games’ outrageously successful free-to-play Hunger Games-style title, will soon be getting an update that will undoubtedly please many players of the multiplayer smash-hit release. In a lengthy blog post outlining its future plans for the game, Epic notes that console players will soon be able to...

    • Epic Games
    • PS4
    • Fortnite
    • Updates
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 206

    Flu rider

    A bout of flu has ravaged Push Square Towers this week, and this author’s taking every opportunity to seek sympathy for his symptoms. It means the weekend couldn’t come soon enough, as we all snuggle down with hot water bottles and video games.  Sammy Barker, Editor: I’m kicking people in the face in EA Sports UFC 3 this...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing
  • News Bridge Constructor Portal Teleports to PS4 on 1st March

    Are you GLaDOS?

    It’s not the full-length Portal sequel that many wanted, but Bridge Constructor Portal seems like a perfect mash-up from where we’re sitting. As you’d expect, the title sees you both building bridges and utilising portals to help navigate vehicles through pristine lab-like environments. It’s a perfect marriage, as the trailer...

    • Headup Games
    • PS4
    • Bridge Constructor Portal
    • Release Dates