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TodaySun, 22nd Jan 2017

  • News Hold Up! Suggestive PlayStation VR Title Summer Lesson Is Getting Subtitles

    Asian release will be in English

    We played Summer Lesson at launch; we didn't have a clue what was going on. But later this year, Bandai Namco will be releasing the PlayStation VR title with English subtitles for the Asian market. Don't believe us? The trailer embedded above proves as much. This changes everything. Would you be willing to get...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Summer Lesson
    • Trailers
  • News Of Course You Can Fish in NieR Automata on PS4

    Rod action

    There's a law in Japan that states if you're making an open world title you must include a fishing minigame; Final Fantasy XV, New Hot Shots Golf (!!!), and now NieR Automata are evidence of that. Of course, the original release was famous for its rubbish rod action, so we've been eager to see if 2B falls into the same trap – hookline...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • NieR Automata
    • Videos
  • News Resident Evil 7 Custom PS4 Controller Has Dummy Fingers for Triggers

    You are dead

    Vulpe Andrei is a dab hand at console and controller mods, having been behind some of our favourites in the past. But this custom Resident Evil 7 DualShock 4 is a cut above his usual work; the attention to detail is insane. While the pad's ugly by design, we absolutely love some of the touches, like the use of dummy fingers for the...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
    • DualShock 4
    • Culture

YesterdaySat, 21st Jan 2017

  • Talking Point What Free PlayStation Plus Games Do You Want in February 2017?

    Selection box

    For as inevitably negative as everyone was, January's free roster of PlayStation Plus software was decent all things told – particularly on the PlayStation 4. We really liked Day of the Tentacle Remastered, and while we accept This War of Mine: Little Ones is more of an acquired taste, it's still ace if you're into that kind of...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Plus
    • Talking Point
    • Features
  • News Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Will Be a Tonal Departure from Previous Games

    Gameplay will be wider

    Much like side-story The Last of Us: Left Behind, developer Naughty Dog's looking to do something a bit different with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Speaking in the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, creative director Shaun Escayg explained that the game will be "tonally" unique compared to its predecessors, although...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Uncharted
  • News Here's Your Reminder That Nioh's Last Chance Trial Is Now Live on PS4

    Last but not least

    It's now officially the weekend - hooray - which that means Nioh's 'Last Chance Trial' can now be accessed on PlayStation 4. Only playable until tomorrow, said trial was made available to download earlier this week so that interested players could make sure it was ready to go. Still, even if you've been slow off the mark, the...

    • Sony
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Nioh
    • Demos
  • News PlayStation Asia Shows the Rest of Sony How to Make a Presser Entrance Yet Again

    Zero dawn

    Last year he abseiled into a press conference, but this year PlayStation Asia president Hiroyuki Oda has opted to open Sony's Taipei Game Show briefing dressed in Horizon: Zero Dawn garb. C'mon Shawn Layden – you've really got to step up your game. This footage captured by

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Press Conference
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 152

    A-WAYP we go

    We may have a new website, but the old favourites remain. WAYP is one of the longest running features here at Push Square, so despite the fancy new framework, we're not changing a damn thing about it. Regular readers should know the drill by now: we reveal our gaming schedule, before handing the microphone to you in the comments section...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing
  • News Street Fighter Surprises Planned for 30th Anniversary at E3, Comic-Con

    Arcade mode?

    Street Fighter series producer Yoshinori Ono has teased surprises for the franchise's 30th Anniversary – perhaps they'll include an actual game being patched into Street Fighter V? Speaking with IGN, the ever-jovial executive explained: "Around E3 timing, maybe even San Diego Comic-Con, we have one or two surprises we hope our fans...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
    • Yoshinori Ono
  • News Fate/Grand Order Enters Virtual Reality Realm with PlayStation VR

    Don't expect this one overseas

    Fate/Grand Order is big business on smartphones in Japan. You may not have heard, but Sony's visual novel adaptation has outperformed Pokémon Go on the manufacturer's home turf. And now it's getting a PlayStation VR spin-off, as ann

    • Type-Moon
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Fate/Grand Order

Friday20th Jan 2017

  • Video Sony Must Not Allow PlayStation VR to Wilt

    Time to talk

    So, here's the thing: PlayStation VR's not for everyone and that's fine. There are a metric ton of non-VR PlayStation 4 titles set to release this year, and given Sony's aptitude for amazing press conferences at the moment, don't rule out a dozen more being announced over the coming months. But virtual reality is still really cool,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Videos
    • Features
  • News EU PlayStation Store Restocks with Yet More Stellar Savings

    How low can you go?

    Christmas is long gone and your wallet's probably feeling a little light, but you'll still be able to find something to buy on the European PlayStation Store. As its big January sale comes to a close, Sony's launched a brand new set of offers on the digital plaza, and it includes bargains like Thief, Godzilla, and Resident Evil...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Europe
    • PlayStation Store
    • Sales
  • Site News Welcome to the New Push Square

    Fresh start

    Do you like what we've done to the place? Phwoar, it's pretty bloody spiffing, isn't it? For the past year we've quietly embarked on a Nathan Drake-esque adventure in search of the perfect Push Square facelift. We loved the previous layout just as much as you do, but the simple fact is that we outgrew it; we create such a variety of...

    • Site News
    • Push Square
    • Features
  • News Diablo III Necromancer Details Rise From the Grave Next Week

    Dead rising

    Diablo III is getting a brand new playable character at some point this year, but we know very little about it right now. That's all set to change next week, however, as Blizzard plans to show off the role-playing loot-'em-up's latest class on the 27th January as part of a developer livestream. The upcoming Necromancer will,...

    • Blizzard
    • PS4
    • Diablo
  • News US PlayStation Store Flash Sale Plunges Prices on PS4

    PS3 and Vita also join the party

    You may have a new president now, but that ain't stopping Sony from posting some great deals on the US PlayStation Store. The platform holder's launched a pretty tasty January Flash Sale on the American plaza today, with offers spanning everything from Hitman Go ($3.19) through to Lords of the Fallen ($3.99)...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • North America
  • News Destiny's Next Big Update Is Due In Spring

    Keeping things ticking

    Following Destiny's The Dawning event, which took place over much of December and early January, it feels like the social shooter has once again fallen off to the side. We've seen this happen time and time again with Bungie's ongoing project, but with Destiny 2 supposedly due later in the year, everyone's wondering how the...

    • Bungie
    • PS4
    • Destiny
    • Patches
  • News Final Fantasy XV's Moogle Chocobo Carnival Is Just the Dumbest Thing

    Why?

    Ever wondered why Final Fantasy XV took over a decade to make? It's because of dumb sh*t like the Moogle Chocobo Carnival. Arriving as part of a free update to the main game on 24th January, the festival will run through 19th February and will dress Altissia in celebratory garb. As you wander the location, you'll be able to participate in...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Trailers
  • Feature What Do You Mean You've Never Played... Dragon Quest VIII?

    One of the PS2's very best games

    Today marks the launch of Dragon Quest VIII on the Nintendo 3DS - an enhanced port of the original PlayStation 2 masterpiece. We're obviously not here to talk about the handheld reimagining, but we do think that its release gives us a good excuse to look back on the PS2 title. A joint effort from Square Enix and...

    • Square Enix
    • PS2
    • Dragon Quest
    • Never Played
    • Features
  • News Ghost Recon: Wildlands Resurfaces with 21 Minutes of Single-Player PS4 Gameplay

    Getting the job done

    Up until this point, we've seen a decent amount of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, but mostly from a co-op perspective. The open world shooter obviously encourages play with other people as you tackle various objectives across a huge map, but what if you want to go solo? Well, Ubisoft's released a 21 minute demo in which...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Ghost Recon
    • Videos
  • Video Four of the Best Minigames in Yakuza 0 on PS4

    Totally dumb fun

    The Yakuza series has always revelled in ridiculous minigames - and Yakuza 0 has the best selection of the bunch. Seriously, you can spend hours at a time hopping from one activity to the next, but in our latest video, we've tried to narrow down our four favourite time sinks. We'll warn you now, though - some of this footage won't...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Yakuza
    • Videos
    • Features
  • News Inside and Limbo Dev Teases Its Next Game

    Outside

    If you followed our Game of the Year deliberations last month, you'll know that we really, really liked Inside. So naturally, when developer Playdead takes to Twitter to announce work on its next project, we're all ears. The studio's official account had this to say: "Thanks for your warm reception of Inside. Since release, Playdead founder...

    • Playdead
    • PS4

Thursday19th Jan 2017

  • News No, This Probably Isn't a Teaser for a New Fallout Game

    Simmer down

    Obsidian, the developer behind the much loved Fallout: New Vegas, has teased its latest project on Twitter. Similarly, the studio's official website boasts the same image, which comes with the quote, "I used to dream that when my god came back, he would forgive us. That's the trouble with dreams. Sooner or later, we all have to wake...

    • Obsidian
    • Fallout
  • News PS4 Exclusive Nioh Will Take Some 70 Hours to Beat

    You're going to need a sick note

    If you're worried about getting bang for your buck with Team Ninja's upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Nioh, then don't: game director Fumihiko Yasuda has revealed in an interview with WCCFTech that the title will take approximately 70 hours on average to beat. The snippet comes from a conversation the site had with...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Nioh
  • News Final Fantasy XV's Chocobo Carnival Event Invites You to a First Look Later Today

    Kweh

    Final Fantasy XV's Moogle Chocobo Carnival is incoming, and it's safe to say that we know basically bugger all about it. Will it add a bunch of fun-for-about-five-minutes minigames to the release? Will it bring more boring fetch quests to keep Noct and the boys busy? We couldn't tell you right now, but at least we should be getting some...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • DLC
  • News PS4 Sales Double Xbox One, Claims Report

    Sony supposedly has a gigantic lead

    Ever since Microsoft stopped reporting on its Xbox One numbers, actually gauging the difference in sales between the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 has been difficult. We obviously know that Sony's system is in the lead - it's been the world's best selling console since 2014, after all - but just how big is the...

    • Sony
    • Microsoft
    • PS4
    • Xbox One
    • Sales
  • News Ex-Witcher, Hitman, Dying Light Devs Form a Fresh Studio Named Strange New Things

    Face the strange

    We don't usually write about the opening of a new studio until we know that it's working on something PlayStation related, but the newly formed Strange New Things already sounds too promising not to mention. Made up of developers who have worked on The Witcher series, the most recent Hitman game, Dying Light, and more, the outfit...

    • Strange New Things
    • Industry
  • News Question Your Sanity with Call of Cthulhu PS4 Trailer

    Death stranding

    Focus Home Interactive's winning line of 'Games Designed Specifically for Sammy' stretches on with Call of Cthulhu – an upcoming horror based upon H.P. Lovecraft's series of supernatural horrors. You'll play as a private detective named Edward Pierce who's recruited to investigate the death of a local artist, but ultimately...

    • Focus Home Interactive
    • PS4
    • Call of Cthulhu
    • Trailers
  • News The Town of Light Promises a PS4 Experience Unlike Any Other

    Inspired by true stories

    Mental health care has improved dramatically over the past 50 or so years, but The Town of Light aims to explore a time when it was not so good. Set in the real-life Volterra Psychiatric Asylum in Tuscany, the game promises an exact visual depiction of the shuttered institution, which was closed by the Italian government...

    • LKA.it
    • PS4
    • The Town of Light
  • News PS4's YouTube App Scores 360 Degree Video Support with PlayStation VR

    Extra immersion

    In the UK, we have an expression called "sod's law", which basically means that when you say something, the opposite is almost certain to occur. So as we uploaded a video complaining about Sony's treatment of PlayStation VR today, it was pretty inevitable that the platform holder would make some sort of meaningful announcement...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • YouTube
  • News Big Battleborn PS4 Patch Adds New Modes, Pro Support, and More

    All players can now choose a 60fps option

    Battleborn is pushing out its big winter update today, adding a load of new stuff to the hero based shooter on PlayStation 4. You can expect new modes, a revamped user interface, a Command Rank cap increase, time specific quests, and PS4 Pro support. According to 2K, "no part of Battleborn was left...

    • 2K Games
    • PS4
    • Battleborn
    • Patches
  • News Sony Went Above and Beyond for That Gravity Rush 2 Commercial

    Topsy turvy world

    How much did this cost? Remember that amazing Gravity Rush 2 commercial featuring a cute kitten? If you haven't watched it already, then do so through here. Back? Well, Sony has uploaded some behind the scenes footage revealing how the commercial was shot, and it included building a giant set on a rotating motor so that it could...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gravity Rush
    • Japan
    • Videos
  • News Velocity 2X Achieves Critical Mass with PS4, Vita Retail Release

    Dual core

    Velocity 2X – the recipient of a rare 10/10 award on Push Square, apparently – will receive a retail release on the PlayStation 4 and Vita in the near future. The console set – named the Critical Mass Edition – will include a soundtrack CD, a studio booklet, a Making Of documentary, and a bunch of bonus content. Meanwhile, t

    • FuturLab
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Velocity
  • News Micro Machines: World Series Exits the Toy Box and Drives onto Your PS4 This Spring

    Hot wheels

    Micro Machines: World Series already leaked, but now it's confirmed for a 21st April release – well, in Europe at least. The game will repurpose the legendary miniature racing from classic entries, and will once again see you sprinting through a variety of everyday locations, like the garden, kitchen, and workshop. However, a full...

    • Codemasters
    • PS4
    • Micro Machines
    • Release Dates
  • News Hitman Captures the Sun Soaked Sapienza with HDR Support

    Free update due this month

    If you've seen high-dynamic range – or HDR, as it's better known – in person then you'll know that it makes a massive difference to the way that colours are represented on fancy television screens. And following Sony's decision to patch the technology into every PlayStation 4 on the market, games are starting to take...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Hitman
  • News Yooka-Laylee Adds Local Multiplayer Minigames in Rextro's Arcade

    Bagsy the best controller

    Yooka-Laylee's shaping up to be something special, isn't it? The upcoming PlayStation 4 platformer isn't exactly breaking new ground, but it's been so long since we've played a Banjo-Kazooie-esque sandbox romp that we can't wait to take Playtonic's love letter for a spin. And it just keeps getting bigger and better, too...

    • Team 17
    • PS4
    • Yooka-Laylee
    • Trailers

Wednesday18th Jan 2017

  • Feature 5 Crucial Resident Evil 7 Questions Answered

    'Cos Capcom ain't sayin' much

    Resident Evil 7 releases in less than a week, but questions are still circling Capcom's latest like a bad smell. Can you play the game without PlayStation VR? Is there a co-op mode? Are there even zombies in the game? Rather than leave you clawing for answers in the cemetery of dead hyperlinks that is Google, we...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
    • Features
  • News Prepare Your Fists, Tekken 7 PS4 Release Date Arrives Next Week

    Return of the king

    Yeah, okay, we know we've used that tagline at least twice before, but hey, Tekken 7 is finally - finally - getting a PlayStation 4 release date next week. We can already feel the devil gene trying to take hold. The series' official Facebook page reads: "To all Tekken fans and beyond: look forward to the release date...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
    • Release Dates
  • News Nioh Offers Final Free PS4 Demo Before Launch This Weekend

    Available to download today

    Nioh is out in just a few weeks on the 8th February, but if you're dying to bloody your blade before then, you may want to give the game's final PlayStation 4 demo a shot this weekend. Over the course of the 21st and 22nd January, you'll be able to test your skills in the title's "Last Chance Trial", which is available...

    • Sony
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Nioh
    • Demos
  • News Final Fantasy XV PS4 Patch Adds More Photographing Features

    Say cheese

    Final Fantasy XV's getting a free PlayStation 4 patch on 24th January which will add some new features, including a so-called "self-photographing" mechanic which will allow you to freely take snaps outside of battle. This means that rather than rely on Prompto's clumsy Canon control, you'll be able to point his lens wherever you like...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • Patches
  • 1

    PS4

    Review Xenoraid

    Star wars

    As far as "classic video game genres" go, top-down space shooters are a bread-and-butter staple of the medium. While gems of the genre once ruled arcades and home-consoles alike, in modern times they've become dime-a-dozen, mostly relegated to portable devices and mobile phones. Within that landscape, any game of that type will have to do...

    • Reviews
    • 10tons
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Xenoraid
  • News New Digimon World: Next Order Trailer Details Hatching, Raising, and Training

    Digital life

    In Digimon World: Next Order, your digital pals aren't just for show - you'll need to raise and train them properly if you want to smash your opponents to bits in battle. The game's latest trailer highlights this process, as it takes us through the various stages of a monster's life, super powerful digivolutions included. Next Order...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Digimon
    • Trailers
  • News Japanese Strategy RPG Utawarerumono Is Heading West with 2 Games on PS4, Vita This Year

    Utawhat now?

    We may have to copy and paste its name over and over again in order to write this article, but the Utawarerumono series is heading West later this year. And yes, we say series because there are actually two titles coming in 2017: Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth. The former hits this spring, and the...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Utawarerumono
  • Japanese Sales Charts Kingdom Hearts and Danganronpa Race to the Top

    PS4 still king of hardware

    It's taken quite a few weeks, but PlayStation's finally managed to get a couple of titles to the top of the Japanese software charts. The ridiculously named Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue jumped straight into first place with sales of 137,797 copies. Not a huge amount, but certainly a solid opening. Behind...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Ubisoft Acquires DJ Hero Developer from Activision

    FreeStyleGames becomes Ubisoft Leamington

    Here's a surprise: Ubisoft has acquired DJ Hero developer FreeStyleGames from Activision. The UK-based team – which most recently made Guitar Hero Live – will be renamed Ubisoft Leamington, and will be headed up by Ubisoft Reflections chief Richard Blenkinsop. Presumably the developer will be...

    • Ubisoft
    • Activision
    • Industry
  • Video Snatcher Look at 2064: Read Only Memories on PS4

    A new cyberpunk adventure

    2064: Read Only Memories launched on the PlayStation 4 today, and we've got you covered with a review and gameplay footage. This cybercrime thriller is pretty talkative and thus will be an acquired taste, but the writing's good and the presentation is top-notch. If you're a fan of old-school Japanese adventure games –...

    • Midboss
    • PS4
    • 2064: Read Only Memories
    • Videos
    • Features

Tuesday17th Jan 2017

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    PS4

    Review The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition

    Rolling on a river

    The Flame in the Flood is a procedurally generated, rogue-like survival game that takes you on a journey down a river in a forgotten, post-societal America. You take on the role of a female protagonist, Scout, who has to fight for survival against the harsh conditions of the flooded wasteland beyond. Your only company is a pet...

    • Reviews
    • The Molasses Flood
    • PS4
    • The Flame in the Flood
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    PS4

    Review Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star

    History repeats

    At its core, Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star is Dynasty Warriors set in cyber space. Three factions battle it out to decide who rules the brightly coloured digital world, and each army is spearheaded by anime-style representations of mythical and historical figures. You'll see legendary Chinese general Lu Bu clashing with Joan of Arc...

    • Reviews
    • XSEED Games
    • PS4
    • Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star
  • 15

    PS4

    Review 2064: Read Only Memories

    Beds are Turing

    2064: Read Only Memories is a game about artificial intelligence. Indeed, it's a game about both the interpersonal intricacies of machine sapience, and its broader societal implications. It's also a game about gentrification, and the way capitalism chews up and spits out disadvantaged people. It's a game about all of these things,...

    • Reviews
    • Midboss
    • PS4
    • 2064: Read Only Memories
  • News Mass Effect: Andromeda Multiplayer Offers Single-Player Rewards

    And some fans are a little worried

    Don't jump to any conclusions just yet, but it sounds like Mass Effect: Andromeda's multiplayer offering will reward you with stuff that you can use in the game's single-player campaign. At first glance, this seems absolutely fine; it's cool that the release rewards you no matter how you decide to play. However,...

    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect
  • News Here's One Whole Hour of Nioh PS4 Gameplay

    Mountain man

    PlayStation Access has slapped an entire hour of Nioh onto its YouTube channel, showcasing combat, exploration, and the loot system. The video may only take place across one large location, but it still provides an in-depth look at the upcoming action title and its mechanics. Long story short, the game's got bags of potential, and...

    • Sony
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Nioh
    • Videos
  • News Great Looking Horror Game Little Nightmares Cooks Up a PS4 Release Date

    And a creepy new trailer

    Little Nightmares has had our attention from the moment that we first saw it, and after we were lucky enough to go hands on with the game last year, we've been looking forward to the day that we get a confirmed release date. Fortunately, that day has come. Bandai Namco's spooky horror title will launch on the 28th April...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Little Nightmares
    • Release Dates
  • News Micro Machines: World Series Tours PS4 in 2017

    Grand tour

    If you prefer breakfast bars to the Nurburgring then Micro Machines: World Series may be right up your alley. The game – not officially announced but still clearly legit – looks to be coming to the PlayStation 4 later this year, but we're going to drop Codemasters a message just to confirm. Word is that it may be a pumped-up version...

    • Codemasters
    • PS4
    • Micro Machines
  • News Watch Dogs 2 Hacks Together a Free Demo on PS4

    And you can download it now

    Ubisoft's released a playable demo for Watch Dogs 2 on the PlayStation 4, and it appears to be quite meaty. You can actually sample the whole game - co-op and all - but you'll only be able to play for three hours before it ends. We suppose that with an open world title like Watch Dogs 2, though, this format makes more...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Watch Dogs
    • Demos
  • Store Update 17th January 2017 (Europe)

    It's a big one

    We're midway through January and the European PlayStation Store is back in full force. Oh boy, is it back. There's a metric ton of new titles out over the next few days, including Gravity Rush 2, The Flame in the Flood, and 2064: Read Only Memories. There are also some Atari compilations and a firefighting simulation. Variety is the...

    • Store Update
    • Europe
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • News PS4 and Nintendo Switch Need to Find a Balance in Japan

    That's according to Nippon Ichi boss Sohei Shinkawa

    Nippon Ichi Software is perhaps best known for its PlayStation games, but it announced a couple of Nintendo Switch launch titles last week. Speaking with Famitsu magazine, the company's gaffer Sohei Shinkawa explained the motivation behind the move, explaining that he feels the PlayStation 4 and...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Nintendo
    • Nippon Ichi Software
  • News Perception Pits Your Senses Against a Dark Presence on PS4

    Echo bluff

    What if you were blind and your only means of "seeing" was via echolocation? You probably wouldn't head to a haunted house, where any noise stands the chance of attracting a dark presence, right? That's the mistake poor Cassie makes in Perception, an intriguing survival horror coming to PlayStation 4 from ex-BioShock and Dead Space...

    • Feardemic
    • PS4
    • Perception
    • Announcements
  • News Injustice 2's Story Trailer Goes Deep into the Superhero Psyche

    Has Batman gone batty?

    Even if you're not a massive fan of DC or superheroes in general, we reckon this fresh Injustice 2 trailer sets the scene pretty well for the upcoming sequel. It's all about questioning the values of Batman and the gang; identifying what makes them tick and asking whether they can really be trusted. With great power comes...

    • Warner Bros
    • PS4
    • Injustice
    • Trailers
  • News Hyped Japanese RPG Tokyo Xanadu Heads West on PS4, Vita This Year

    Rumble in the Tokyo jungle

    If you're big on Japanese games, then you may have heard about Tokyo Xanadu at some point. A Japanese action role-playing game from Nihon Falcom, the title originally launched in the Land of the Rising Sun as a Vita exclusive back in 2015 - and now, it's finally coming West. This is where things get a little more...

    • Aksys Games
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Tokyo Xanadu
  • News New Persona 5 Gameplay Trailer Delves Into Dungeons

    Into the shadows

    Who's up for yet more Persona 5 gameplay, then? The role-playing game's latest trailer shows what you can expect from the title's 'palaces', which are essentially dungeons that house enemies and treasure. These otherworldly places are the locations that you'll explore when you're not building your social links and living a...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona
    • Trailers
  • News Resident Evil 7 Will Survive a Free DLC Scenario This Spring on PS4

    Not a hero

    Capcom's already outlined Resident Evil 7's sizeable Season Pass, but there'll be free content for those of you who don't decide to pick it up. Launching in the Spring, the 'Not a Hero' scenario will add a free short story to the package, which promises to offer an experience a little different to Ethan's core campaign. Judging by the...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
  • News Nioh will Skewer a Free Player-Versus-Player Mode After Launch

    Guts and glory

    Who doesn't love a good old fashioned samurai duel? The tension, the unblinking stare, the lightning fast reactions... It's all incredibly dramatic, and as we know, upcoming action title Nioh is attempting to recreate that classic Japanese feel through its brutal combat system. However, as with just about any game, fighting against...

    • Sony
    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Nioh
  • News Persona 5's Soundtrack Is as Brilliant as You'd Expect

    Get up, get out there

    The Persona series has some of the best, most memorable music in gaming - and we're not sure many people would argue with us on that one. Typically melding catchy beats with various singing styles, veteran composer Shoji Meguro always delivers the goods, and unsurprisingly, his work on Persona 5 doesn't seem to disappoint...

    • Atlus
    • PS4
    • Persona 5
    • Videos
  • News Mental Shooter Danganronpa: Ultra Despair Girls Panics on PS4 This Summer

    Puhuhuhuhu

    Previously a PlayStation Vita exclusive, Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls is bringing an army of evil bears to the PlayStation 4 later this year, publisher NIS America has announced. Unlike the main Danganronpa games, this spin-off fuses its visual novel roots with action and adventure, as you steadily shoot your way...

    • NIS America
    • PS4
    • Danganronpa
  • Podcast Episode 21 - PlayStation Game of the Year 2016

    The only opinions that matter

    Well, it's been a while hasn't it? We took some time to enjoy Christmas and New Years but now we're back and ready to fill your ears with all the latest and greatest from the land of PlayStation via the Push Square Podcast. We make our triumphant 2017 debut with a MASSIVE episode to make up for our absence - and if...

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    • Vita
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Monday16th Jan 2017

  • News Beware: Resident Evil 7 Spoilers Have Shuffled Out of the Shadows

    Barricade your doors and windows

    Ugh, it's not exactly surprising, but Resident Evil 7 story spoilers are being spread around like the t-Virus right now. Spoilers are currently being coughed up around the 'net as people get their hands on early, or indeed, review copies of the game. How do we know? Well, we were unlucky enough to stumble across a...

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    • Resident Evil
  • News Sony Gaffer Shuhei Yoshida Spotted Testing the Nintendo Switch

    Switching it up

    Sony chief Shuhei Yoshida has gone on record regarding his Nintendo fandom in the past, stressing that he sees the Japanese giant as an integral part of the gaming industry multiple times. He's also revealed that he's the owner of multiple Wii Us before – despite the fact that

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    • Shuhei Yoshida
    • Nintendo
    • Culture
  • News Resident Evil VII Season Pass Bundles Up the Scares on PS4

    Banned footage

    As is the case with every major game these days, Resident Evil VII will launch alongside a Season Pass. The pricey $29.99 purchase will bolster Capcom's forthcoming sequel with three DLC drops: Banned Footage Vol. 1, Banned Footage Vol. 2, and an all-new story episode. The two Banned Footage volumes will include three episodes...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Resident Evil
    • DLC
  • News PS4 Samurai Slasher Nioh Is a Fusion of Dark Souls and Diablo, Says Director

    Ni-oh yeah

    Ever since its re-reveal, Nioh has constantly been compared to the Dark Souls series - and to be fair, it's easy to see why. Koei Tecmo's upcoming title is an action role-playing game that demands patience, caution, and fast reflexes, after all. It's also got a suitably dark and menacing feel to it. At least Nioh director Fumihiko...

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    • PS4
    • Nioh
  • News PS4 Exclusive Nioh Goes Gold Ahead of February Release

    Sharp stuff

    It started life on the PlayStation 3 more than a decade ago, but much like The Last Guardian and Final Fantasy XV, the promising Nioh is finally ready for release. Team Ninja confirmed on the game's official Twitter account today that the PlayStation 4 title has gone gold, meaning that it's finished and ready for manufacture. "We want...

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    • Nioh
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    Review Siegecraft Commander

    Under siege

    The first casualty of war is potentially your mental health if you fire up Siegecraft Commander, which takes the novel idea of crossing a real-time strategy (RTS) game with the tactical control of a tower defence title. Sounds good and Blowfish Studios has a good track record of making compelling games, so let's slip the dogs of war and...

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    • PS4
    • Siegecraft Commander
  • News UK Sales Charts: Grand Theft Auto V Hijacks the Top Spot

    Rockstar energy

    Can you believe this? Grand Theft Auto V, the game which first released all the way back in 2013, is currently top of the UK sales charts in 2017. The popular open world affair managed to steal this week's crown from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – a truly amazing achievement. Familiar faces FIFA 17 and Battlefield 1 rounded out...

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    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Remastered Boss Rush Title Malicious Fallen Swoops onto Western PS4s This Year

    Fall back in

    Okay, hands up: who remembers Malicious on PlayStation 3? Not many of you, we assume. The stylish Japanese action title released on Sony's last-gen machine back in 2012, and it got an enhanced Vita port called Malicious Rebirth in 2013. Now, it's getting something of a PlayStation 4 remaster in the form of Malicious Fallen - and it's...

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    • PS4
    • Malicious
    • Trailers

Sunday15th Jan 2017

  • News PS4 Exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn's Strategy Guide Is a Giant Tome

    More pages than Mass Effect Andromeda's

    Horizon: Zero Dawn is an open world role-playing release according to Guerrilla Games, but many have questioned whether it will really live up to that description. The title's official strategy guide certainly seems to indicate as much: it's a whopping 552 pages, which is almost on par with The Elder Scrolls...

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    • PS4
    • Horizon
  • News Kojima Productions Is Quietly Poaching the Top Talent from Konami

    Brain drain

    Hideo Kojima has departed Konami – and he's bringing all of the top talent with him. The new Kojima Productions, which will launch Death Stranding exclusively on the PlayStation 4 as its first project, has quietly been fultoning high-ranked employees and adding them to its office. We already know that art director Yoji Shinkawa,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Kojima Productions
    • Death Stranding
    • Industry
  • News Don't Worry About Mass Effect Andromeda's Most Important Asset

    The banging will be good, apparently

    Let's be brutally honest here: the main appeal of the Mass Effect franchise are the bedroom scenes. BioWare's one of the few developers to actually recognise sex as a regular activity – even if the whole interspecies stuff at play is a bit, y'know, weird. And the animations are awkward. And it's all a bit...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Mass Effect