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    Review Semispheres

    Puzzles: A Tale of Two Thumbs

    Semispheres, an indie puzzler from Vivid Helix, may have found its home on the PlayStation Vita with this recently released port. The game has been available on the PlayStation 4 since February, but the short running time and simple controls feel like a much better match for Sony’s “legacy” handheld. In...

    • Reviews
    • Vivid Helix
    • Vita
    • Semispheres

YesterdayFri, 20th Oct 2017

  • Guide All PlayStation VR Aim Controller Compatible Games

    Which titles support Sony's new gun?

    Sony’s virtual reality solution PSVR already requires significant investment, but the PlayStation VR Aim Controller really is worth owning if you’re – ahem – aiming to get the most out of the headset. While the peripheral is only supported by a handful of games thus far, it really does add to the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • PlayStation VR Aim Controller
    • Guides
  • Poll Do You Think Single Player Games Are Really In Danger of Dying Out?

    A dark future?

    There was a big ruckus earlier this week when it was revealed that EA had shut down Visceral Games -- the developer behind the once fantastic Dead Space series. The studio was working on a single player Star Wars title -- that one that's been in development for what seems like an eternity -- and EA said in a statement that it had...

    • Industry
    • Polls
    • Features
  • News EU PlayStation Store Flash Sale Discounts Destiny 2, Uncharted

    Elite Dangerous! Madden! More!

    Surprise! Sony’s dropped some weekend deals on the European PlayStation Store, spanning pretty recent releases like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Madden NFL 18. You can get the former for £24.99, while the latter is £39.99. Also on sale is Destiny 2, which can be yours for £39.99 if you plump up for the standard...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Europe
    • Deals
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    PS4

    Review Life Is Strange: Before the Storm - Episode 2: Brave New World

    What's past is prologue

    Life Is Strange, with its unique brand of teen drama, was already a franchise with a very distinctive vibe – but developer Deck Nine has done a great job leaning into that with its prequel side-story Before the Storm. The game’s rip-roaring first episode saw rebellious protagonist Chloe Price playing a role-playing game...

    • Reviews
    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Life Is Strange: Before the Storm
  • News Sony's Unique Collectible Cards Will Return at PSX 2017

    Gotta catch 'em all

    For those of you who don’t know, Sony weirdly started a collectible card series at PlayStation Experience a few years back. It’s been adding to its collection of foil-embossed ephemera at various events like E3 and Road to Greatness, and once again the popular paper-based goods will return at PSX 2017 later in the year...

    • Sony
    • Culture
    • PSX 2017
  • News Star Wars Battlefront 2's Single Player Certainly Makes for a Great Trailer

    The Empire strikes back

    Well, everyone asked for it – and it seems like it’s going to deliver. EA has released an all-new trailer for Star Wars Battlefront 2’s oft-requested single player campaign, and it makes for an impressive 90 second clip. In case you don’t already know, you’ll be assuming the role of Commander Iden Versio, as...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Star Wars
    • Trailers
  • News Final Fantasy XV's Multiplayer Comrades Expansion Delayed into November

    The darkness recedes

    If you were looking forward to teaming up with your buddies and taking down behemoths in Final Fantasy XV's multiplayer expansion at the end of this month, you had better sit down -- we've got some bad news. Titled Comrades, the add-on has been delayed... Into early November. Catastrophic. Joking aside, the slight delay is...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Final Fantasy
    • DLC
    • Delays

Thursday19th Oct 2017

  • Feature The 20 Best RPGs on PS4

    Roll the dice

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

    • Top 20
    • PS4
    • RPGs
    • Best PS4 RPGs
    • Role-Playing Games
  • News Sony Finally Makes a Great Looking PS4 Controller, Only Releases It in Select Areas

    Orange you glad?

    Look at that beautiful PlayStation 4 controller. Phwoar Oh, but there's a catch, because there's always a bloody catch when Sony makes an accessory that we wan

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Accessories
  • News God of War Director Speaks Out in Defence of Single Player Games

    But is the market moving in a different direction?

    Visceral Games’ closure yesterday has raised questions in the industry about the state of the single player game. In a statement, EA seemed to indicate that the Star Wars title the former Dead Space developer was making was being re-tooled in order to boast an open world and (presumably) on

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • God of War
  • Hands On How Does Gran Turismo Sport Fare with PlayStation VR?

    Ups and downs

    Around about a year ago, we hopped inside Gran Turismo Sport’s cockpit with a PlayStation VR headset on and walked away somewhat unimpressed. We felt that the game looked fine in virtual reality – better than DriveClub VR, we commented at the time – but we weren’t exactly blown away, especially after seeing the title running in...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Gran Turismo
    • Hands On
  • News Feast Your Eyes on the Frozen Wilds in Horizon: Zero Dawn's DLC

    Wrap up warm

    Brrrrr The expansion’s due out on 7th November and, amazingly, we haven’t really seen a whole lot of it as of yet. Sony’s probably saving a

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Horizon
    • Screenshots
  • News Moonlighter Is a PS4 Action RPG You Should Definitely Keep an Eye On

    Due out in 2018

    Forgive us for being ignorant casuals, but we've only just discovered a little game called Moonlighter. Initially funded by a Kickstarter campaign and then snapped up by publisher 11 Bit Studios, Moonlighter is an action role-playing title in which you lead a dual life. During the day, you run a store and sell stuff to plebs. At...

    • 11 Bit Studios
    • PS4
    • Moonlighter
    • Trailers
  • News Destiny 2 Is Down For Maintenance at Prime Playing Hours Yet Again In Europe

    Goes offline later today

    Heads up, Guardians: Destiny 2 will be down for yet more maintenance later today. Such periods of downtime have become a regular occurrence since the game launched near the start of September, and a lot of players still aren't too happy about the timing -- especially in Europe. Indeed, here in the Old World, the...

    • Bungie
    • PS4
    • Destiny
    • Down
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    PS4

    Review Chaos;Child

    Murder she wrote

    Chaos;Child is the latest visual novel brought to us by developer 5pb, and the fourth main entry in the ‘Science Adventure’ series. Chaos;Child sits in that series with acclaimed titles like Steins;Gate and this game’s predecessor, Chaos;Head, but don’t worry too much about having experience with either. Ultimately,...

    • Reviews
  • News PlayLink Games, Including Hidden Agenda, Delayed in Europe

    Until Dawn dev's latest pushed back

    Supermassive Games’ party-based crime drama Hidden Agenda has been pushed back until 22nd November in Europe, as has trivia title Knowledge Is Power and karaoke sim SingStar Celebration. The delay appears to be down to localisation issues, but it’s come extremely close to release – all three titles were due...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayLink
    • Hidden Agenda
    • Knowledge Is Power
  • News Life Is Strange Enters a Brave New World in Episode 2

    4K functionality added to PS4 Pro

    Just a swift heads up: Life Is Strange: Before the Storm’s second episode is live now around the world. The middle instalment of Deck Nine’s prequel side-story will see Chloe Price and new BFF Rachel Amber attempt to flee the clutches of Arcadia Bay, but as local dealer Frank Bowers makes one final request,...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Life Is Strange

Wednesday18th Oct 2017

  • News There Will Be People Who Think This Sonic Forces Gameplay Is Good

    Drilling into Chemical Plant Zone

    They’re entitled to their opinion, of course – but they’re wrong. Deal with it.

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Sonic
    • Trailers
  • News Microtransactions Are Being Implemented in the Scariest of Ways

    Activision patent sheds light on shadiness

    Whichever side of the microtransaction fence you sit on, we can all probably agree that they shouldn’t be affecting the way multiplayer matchmaking functions. Typically this technology is used to balance teams to an equivalent skill level, and ensure everyone has a quality connection to the match...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Microtransactions
    • Patents
  • News There Are Some Dead Good Deals in EU Hallowe'en Sale

    PlayStation Store gets a frighteningly large promotion

    Sony’s unleashed hundreds of discounts with a horror theme onto the European PlayStation Store, with PlayStation 4 games like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (£24.99) and Mortal Kombat X (£9.99) heavily discounted. The Hallowe’en sale spans literally hundreds of games and add-on packs, with...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Europe
    • Deals
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    PS4

    Review WWE 2K18

    Be like everyone

    Wrestling fans across the globe had high hopes for the WWE video game franchise when the license was acquired by 2K Games, believing that with a fresh and more reputable publisher at the helm they would finally get the game they had always dreamed of. Unfortunately, since the franchise has moved to the PlayStation 4 it has been a...

    • Reviews
    • 2K Sports
    • PS4
    • WWE 2K18
  • News Dragon Ball FighterZ Scouters a February Release Date in Japan, Nappa and Ginyu Added

    West can't be too far behind

    We're one step closer to getting our hands on the incredibly promising Dragon Ball FighterZ with the confirmation of a Japanese release date. The super stylish beat-'em-up launches on the 1st February 2018 in its native Japan. It currently has a vague "early 2018" window here in the West, but we can't see the final...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Dragon Ball
    • Release Dates
  • News Gran Turismo Sport Scores Free Scapes at Launch

    What up, Invaders

    Gran Turismo Sport already has a generous selection of Scapes at launch, allowing you to place your virtual vehicles in all manner of real-world locations for photography reasons. But it seems Polyphony Digital couldn’t wait to create a few more, as it’s offering a free expansion on the PlayStation Store to coincide with the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • DLC
  • Site News Announcing Push Square's Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament

    You vote for the champion

    Today, we're proud to announce Push Square's Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament. Hurrah! This is something that we've wanted to do for a long, long time, and now we're finally putting our plans in motion. Without further ado, let's just take a minute to explain what this tournament is all about. Those of...

    • Ultimate PlayStation Character Tournament
    • Polls
    • Features
  • News Star Ocean: The Last Hope Lands on PS4 Next Month as a Full HD Remaster

    Supports 4K on PS4 Pro

    Square Enix has announced that Star Ocean: The Last Hope will arrive on PlayStation 4 next month. The confirmed date follows on from last week's news that a current-gen remaster was in the works. We thought that we might have to wait a while for this one, but nope, it's hitting Sony's system on the 28th November. It'll come...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Star Ocean
    • Release Dates
    • Screenshots
  • News PS4, Vita Strategy JRPG Summon Night 6 Finally Has a Release Date in North America

    Europe coming soon

    It feels like Summon Night 6: Lost Borders has been floating around for ages. A strategy role-playing game with visual novel elements, it was announced for Western localisation back in the summer of 2016. Since then, confirmed release dates have been hard to come by. For a time, the title was due out in February of this...

    • Gaijinworks
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Summon Night
    • Release Dates
  • News That Cool Crystal PS4 Controller Launches Today in Europe

    See through you

    The crystal DualShock 4 that we've been raving about since it was revealed launches today in Europe, a handy tweet from PlayStation has reminded us. Now, we know that not everyone's a fan of transparent hardware, but we've been loving it since the days of those crystal Game Boys. Glorious. In terms of price, you're looking at...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Accessories
  • Japanese Sales Charts Shadow of War Somehow Manages to Conquer the Top Spot

    Power of the ring?

    Well, we're not sure we saw this one coming. Middle-earth: Shadow of War has claimed the top spot of the Japanese hardware charts, despite shifting only 20,000 copies on PlayStation 4. In other words, this has been a really poor week for new releases. Indeed, traditionally styled role-playing game Lost Sphear absolutely...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News New EU PlayStation VR Package Bundles in Gran Turismo Sport

    The virtual reality driving simulator

    Gran Turismo Sport’s virtual reality functionality is limited but impressive, and Sony’s decided to release a brand new PlayStation VR bundle including Polyphony Digital’s racer. Available now around Europe, the set includes a spangly new headset, a PlayStation Camera, and copies of the aforementioned GT...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Hardware
    • Bundles
  • News Various Indie Games Discounted in EU Digital Zone Update

    Indies on sale

    There seems to be a section on the European PlayStation Store which spotlights a rotating selection of discounted indie games. While the Digital Zone isn’t exactly new, it’s been around long enough for us to suggest that it’s probably going to have some legs. And its latest roster of cheap and cheerful releases includes Rez:...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Europe
    • Deals

Tuesday17th Oct 2017

  • News Sony to Publish Games on Nintendo Switch Under New Label

    Testing the waters

    Sony has always had the capacity to throw a curveball, but under the stewardship of current CEO Kaz Hirai it’s become a lot less unpredictable. Nevertheless, the announcement that Sony Music is to form a new publishing label named Unties definitely comes as a bit of surprise – especially seeing as it will be porting content to...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Nintendo
    • Unties
    • Sony Music
  • Guide Can You Play Gran Turismo Sport Offline?

    What if you're not connected to the Internet?

    Gran Turismo Sport is the first instalment in Polyphony Digital’s series to have a heavy online focus. With the title enabling players to earn an authentic FIA license, there’s a level of integrity that needs to be maintained within the game. This means that the title has some huge online...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • Guides
  • Site News Gran Turismo Sport PS4 Review - Where's Our Verdict?

    Race against time

    Gran Turismo Sport is out now in North America and later this week in Europe and Japan, which marks the first instalment of the simulation racer on the PlayStation 4. Millions of you downloaded the demo to get your first taste of the title, and we’ve been faffing around with final code for a few days. However, despite a global...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • Site News
  • Feature DriveClub Is An Alternative to Gran Turismo Sport Worth Considering

    How fast do you wanna go?

    Gran Turismo Sport launches this week, and it will snatch the PlayStation 4 racing game baton from DriveClub with little resistance. Evolution Studios’ simcade didn’t enjoy the best start to its short life, being driven out of the PS4’s launch window before releasing in a particularly sorry state. But the British...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • DriveClub
    • Gran Turismo
    • Features
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    PS4

    Review Rogue Trooper Redux

    Clone army

    PS2 curio Rogue Trooper is an unlikely candidate for the remaster treatment. Taken from the pages of eclectic British comic 2000AD, Sniper Elite developer Rebellion had a decent stab at trying something new with the always swamped third-person shooter genre. Receiving positive reviews, it’s since faded into obscurity.  Hopefully,...

    • Reviews
    • Rebellion
    • PS4
    • Rogue Trooper: Redux
  • News PS4's Sale of Dead Discounts Horror Games on NA PlayStation Store

    Your wallet's already dead

    Sony’s selling off some horror content ahead of Hallowe’en on the North American PlayStation Store, with PlayStation Plus members able to save on games such as Layers of Fear ($7.99), Murdered: Soul Suspect ($5.99), and Resident Evil 7 ($29.99). There are also savings on titles like Outlast

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • Deals
  • News EA Flings Dead Space Developer Visceral into Outer-Space

    Studio shut down and Star Wars back to the drawing board

    Visceral Games, the Californian developer best known for the Dead Space franchise, has been shut down. The studio most recently released Battlefield Hardline, which was met with mixed reviews. It’s since been working on an original Star Wars title helmed by Uncharted director Amy Hennig,...

    • EA Games
    • PS4
    • Visceral Games
    • Star Wars
    • Industry
  • News Shadow of War Update Will Allow for an Infinitely Replayable Endgame

    War never changes

    Middle-earth: Shadow of War's endgame, aptly titled the Shadow Wars, takes place after what you could consider the main story, and it basically lets you capture, defend, and recapture strongholds all while fighting against the orc armies of Mordor. The endgame as a whole really puts an emphasis on the fantastic Nemesis System,...

    • Warner Bros
    • PS4
    • Middle-earth
    • Patches
  • Store Update 17th October 2017 (Europe)

    Gran Turismo! South Park! PlayStation VR!

    Wow! This is a huge PlayStation Store update for a variety of reasons. The headliner is obviously Gran Turismo Sport, but we can’t possibly forget South Park: The Fractured But Whole which is a huge new arrival as well. PlayStation VR is also enjoying a great week: The Invisible Hours, Raw Data, and No...

    • Store Update
    • Europe
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • News Struggling Shooter LawBreakers May End Up Free-to-Play Down the Line

    Cliffy B. isn't ruling it out

    It's no secret that LawBreakers has struggled since it launched earlier in the year. By most accounts it's a fun shooter, but it's never managed to retain a sizeable playerbase. The only publicity it gets these days is when sites write stories about how dangerously low its player count is on Steam. Could going...

    • Boss Key Productions
    • PS4
    • LawBreakers
  • News Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Brings Out the Big Guns in New Trailer

    Did you Nazi that coming?

    We know Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is having a bit of fun with its occupied America setting, but fictional game show ‘German or Else’ sounds like something that we’d watch. Like, for real! There’s not much to say about the launch trailer for MachineGames’ sequel: it’s got huge firearms, even bigger biceps,...

    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • Wolfenstein
    • Trailers
  • News Zeku Seems Like a Super Entertaining Addition to Street Fighter V

    The age game

    Zeku, the latest addition to Street Fighter V's playable character roster, has caught the eyes of fans thanks to his stylish design and interesting playstyle. Fortunately, if you've wanted to see more of the age-changing ninja in action, you can get a good look at him in the gameplay trailer that we've embedded above. And yes, we...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
    • DLC
    • Trailers

Monday16th Oct 2017

  • News Sony Announced a $46,000 PS4 Bundle, And It Sold Out

    Seriously

    Sony has announced and sold out of the most expensive PlayStation 4 bundle in history. Available exclusively in Taiwan, the $46,000 package comes with a PS4 Pro, a PlayStation VR headset, a subscription to PlayStation Plus, a Thrustmaster T-GT racing wheel, an APIGA AP1 racing seat, a 4K Bravia television with HDR, a copy of Gran Turismo...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
    • Bundles
    • Culture
  • News Adding Returning Characters to Tekken 7 'Is Not So Simple', Says Director Harada

    Don't get your hopes up

    Tekken 7 has been out for a good few months now, but the game hasn't really been adjusted or added to all that much since launch. We've had a few relatively minor updates as well as the Ultimate Tekken Bowl downloadable content, but it's safe to say that some fans were hoping for a bit more. Returning characters are always a...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
  • News Wait, Open World, Sci-Fi Action RPG ELEX Is Out on PS4 Tomorrow?

    Apparently so

    Wow, this one slipped under the radar, didn't it? An ambitious project from the developer behind the rather crap Risen series , ELEX was announced quite a while back, and we honestly forgot that it was out this month. And by this month, we mean tomorrow, the 17th October. Obviously, that means we don't have review code, and we have no...

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • ELEX
    • Release Dates
  • UK Sales Charts The Evil Within 2 Suffers Shocking Launch

    Shadow of War can't stop FIFA 18

    The Evil Within 2 has sold less than a quarter of its predecessor’s physical launch total, making its commercial performance unquestionably the scariest thing about the survival horror sequel. The game – which we rather liked – will now be banking on Hallowe’en hype to make up the difference. It’s not the...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • Interview Talking Tekken 7 DLC, Development, and Future Plans with Director Harada

    Let's get Tekknical

    Tekken 7 launched back in June, successfully putting the series back on the fighting game map. The highly rated sequel has sold well and it's been a hit with the hardcore community, but what's the plan for Tekken 7 moving forward? We got the opportunity to ask series creative director Katsuhiro Harada this very question. We also...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
    • Katsuhiro Harada
    • Interviews
  • News Star Wars Battlefront II Blags a Limited Edition PS4 Pro Bundle

    Ugly as Sith

    Ever feel like Sony is squandering these exclusive bundle deals it has with the biggest games? Like, there’s nothing really wrong with this Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront II PlayStation 4 Pro that it’s announced for Europe and North America – but we wouldn’t want to buy it, would you? It could be doing so much better with...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Hardware
    • Bundles
  • News CD Projekt Red Responds to Rumours of Troubled Cyberpunk 2077 Development

    And workplace concerns

    Over the last couple of months or so, there have been rumours going around that The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt Red is having some trouble behind the scenes. A lot of this speculation was based on relatively negative feedback that was given by former employees, essentially saying that the Polish studio wasn't the best...

    • CD Projekt Red
    • PS4
    • Cyberpunk
  • Round Up Is the New South Park Game Fractured or Whole?

    Twerk it

    It’s taken an eternity to release, but Ubisoft’s finally shifted that pocket of wind and butt burped South Park: The Fractured but Whole into the hands of critics. The lingering question, then: is it a peach or a ponger? We’ve pointed our Stick of Truth at several sites who managed to get early access to the title; we’re not part of...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • South Park
    • Round Up
    • Features
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    PS4

    Review RAID: World War II

    Nein out of ten

    Men-on-a-mission movies set during World War II – such as Guns of the Navarone or Where Eagles Dare – that see a mismatched group of people embarking on near suicidal missions have long been inspiration for video games. RAID: World War II – a co-op multiplayer title in the vein of the Payday series – hopes to apply this...

    • Reviews
    • 505 Games
    • PS4
    • RAID: World War II
  • News UK Police Drivers Use Gran Turismo Sport to Train

    Round the bend

    This wasn’t a press release we expected to see in our inbox this morning, but Sony is throwing all of its marketing resources behind Gran Turismo Sport at the moment, so we probably shouldn’t be all that surprised. PlayStation has partnered with Lincolnshire Police Force to – and we quote – “offer supplementary training to...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo
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    PS4

    Review Guardians of the Galaxy: Episode Four - Who Needs You

    Just the Drax, ma'am

    Penultimate episodes are a tricky proposition. On the one hand, you've got to set up the story for the big finale in the next instalment, but on the other, you can't promise or give away too much or the coming climax might wind up feeling, well, anti-climactic. Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy - a series that has such little...

    • Reviews
    • Telltale Games
    • PS4
    • Guardians of the Galaxy: Episode 4 - Who Needs You

Sunday15th Oct 2017

  • News Naughty Dog Responds to Sexual Harassment Allegations

    "We have not found any evidence"

    Over the course of the weekend, former Naughty Dog employee David Ballard publicly stated that he was a victim of sexual harassment during his tenure at the developer. He claimed that he was harassed by a “lead” in late 2015, and after sharing his complaints with Sony’s HR department, he alleges that he was...

    • Sony
    • Industry
    • Naughty Dog
    • Employment
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    PS4

    Review The Evil Within 2

    Subdued spooks

    There’s a certain genius to madness. That’s especially true for crafting superb survival horror that balances the irrational and bizarre with careful consideration. The Evil Within, which put players in a psychopath’s mind-made reality, was one such example. There was tension-inducing enemy encounters amid erratic pacing...

    • Reviews
    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • The Evil Within 2
  • News New Hitman Announcement Coming on 24th October

    It's definitely not Season 2

    If there are two things we love reporting here at Push Square, it's: 1) Reporting on Tweets, and; 2) announcements of announcements. Therefore the Hitman Twitter account's reveal that a new content announcement for the game will be coming at 2PM CEST - that's 1PM BST - on 24th October was an absolute godsend to us. What...

    • IO Interactive
    • PS4
    • Hitman
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    PS4

    Review Caveman Warriors

    Yabba dabba don't

    Caveman Warriors is a 2D platformer with up to four-player co-op. In it, you’ll guide the four playable characters – Jack, Liliana, Moe, and Brienne – as they journey to rescue their children from the clutches of a mysterious alien race. While the setup isn’t going to knock anyone’s socks off, the potential is...

    • Reviews
    • JanduSoft
    • PS4
    • Caveman Warriors
  • News Tekken Players Don't Use Tutorials, Says Series Director

    Tekken the p*ss

    Tekken 7 is a bloody good fighting game -- one of the best on PlayStation 4, as far as we're concerned -- but its lack of an introductory tutorial has always seemed like an oversight. Without one, newcomers are all but forced to look up guides and videos online in order to fully understand the fundamentals of the combat system...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • Tekken
  • News Zeku the Ever-Changing Ninja Joins Street Fighter V's Roster This Month

    What a Guy

    https: on 24th October, publisher Capcom revealed in Singapore earlier today. The character – who was Guy’s moustached trainer in Street Fighter Alpha 2 – is being billed as the “ever-changing ninja”, and it appears that his appearance will alter depending on what combo you do. He even has some Strider Hiryu-themed threads! As...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
    • DLC
    • Trailers
  • News Kazunori Yamauchi, Shuhei Yoshida Remember 20 Years of Gran Turismo

    Racing religion

    This is a nice little video which should get you in the mood for the upcoming Gran Turismo Sport. In it, series creator Kazunori Yamauchi and Sony Worldwide Studios executive Shuhei Yoshida look back at 20 years of racing game development – and include anecdotes about their ambitions for the original GT right the way through to the...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Gran Turismo

Saturday14th Oct 2017

  • News Massive Battle Chasers: Nightwar PS4 Patch Promises a Much Improved Game

    Fixes crashes, improves loads of stuff

    The latest Battle Chasers: Nightwar patch is available to download now on PlayStation 4, and it's bloody huge. We're not talking about the size of it, either -- we're referring to the massive list of changes and improvements that it promises. For those of you who don't know, the role-playing title...

    • THQ Nordic
    • PS4
    • Battle Chasers
    • Patches
  • Guide New PS4 Games in October 2017

    All upcoming PlayStation 4 release dates

    So, which new PS4 games are releasing on the PlayStation 4 in October 2017, then? We’re knee-deep in what’s commonly referred to as “crazy time” right now, so there are no shortage of titles to pick from. Some of the highlights this month include Gran Turismo Sport, Assassin's Creed...

    • Guides
    • PS4
    • New PS4 Games
    • October 2017
    • Release Dates
  • News Sony Stealth Announced a Slew of PlayStation VR Games

    More than 60 new titles on the way

    PlayStation VR is now a year old, and what better way to celebrate than with the announcement of a dozen or so new games? As part of a PlayStation Blog post, Sony bigwig Shawn Layden has claimed that the “best is yet to come” for the company’s virtual reality headset – and he’s proven his point with a...

    • Sony
    • PS4
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  • News Gran Turismo Sport's HDR Implementation Is Drawing a Lot of Praise

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  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 190

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