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    Review Death's Gambit

    If at first you don’t succeed

    At Death’s Gambit's main menu, we oversee the aftermath of chaos. "What could possibly have happened here?" we think to ourselves as the music swells. It provides a subtle hint of the events that unfurl, as your character, Sorun, suddenly gets dragged across the muddy terrain after a battle. Despite its gorgeously...

  • E3 2018 Check Out This Stunning Kingdom Hearts III PS4 Pro

    Look but don't touch

    It's been an exciting few days for Kingdom Hearts fans at this year's E3, and to top it all off, Square Enix has revealed a gorgeous limited edition PS4 Pro ahead of Kingdom Hearts III's release. Oh boy, isn't it a sight for sore eyes? However, it doesn't look too good for people living outside Japan, where Square Enix...

  • E3 2018 RAGE 2's Extended Gameplay Feature Packs a Punch

    Rock on

    We were treated to a first look at Rage 2's extended gameplay trailer at Bethesda's E3 conference this evening, and just as expected, it's bringing all the fun, fire, and fury, with maybe just a little more crazy. Developers Avalanche Studios took to the stage to reveal the trailer, right after a energetic performance by...

  • E3 2018 Here's Our First Look At Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's Gameplay

    Guess who's back again?

    Square Enix has unveiled a new gameplay trailer for its third instalment to the Tomb Raider franchise, Shadow of The Tomb Raider, featuring a seasoned Croft and all new locations to explore.  Shadow was announced back in March, but Square Enix have kept hush-hush until now, giving us little more than...

  • E3 2018 EA Teases New Star Wars Battlefront 2 Content, The Clone Wars

    But no gameplay just yet

    EA has announced new content arriving for Star Wars Battlefront 2 after months of speculation. New characters will be added to the roster, including fan favourites Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, General Grievous and Count Dooku. Along with the unveiling is the title for their next season named The Clone...

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    Review Shape of the World

    A world of pure imagination

    Vancouver-based developer Hollow Tree Games has come a long way since its first Kickstarter for Shape of the World in 2015. It's exciting that new IPs such as this can be realised with the right practice, and the studio's hard work over the past three or so years has largely paid off. Shape of the World is a delightfully...

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    Review Killing Floor: Incursion

    Locked n' loaded

    It’s been just over ten years since the first retail instalment of Killing Floor made its debut, and over this duration, it’s received fairly positive reviews amongst its fanbase. Killing Floor: Incursion is the third instalment to this franchise, and a first VR port for the Georgian-based studio, Tripwire Interactive. You step...

  • Soapbox A Love Letter to Video Game Developers and Artists

    Gabriella puts forward her argument for games as art

    I’m an hour into replaying Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, a game that captivated me in 2017. I meander through the streets, enthralled by its ridiculous attention to detail and bask in its marvellous colours. I put my controller down for a minute, and I’m suddenly struck by the realisation...

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    Review The Raven Remastered

    Leave no stone unturned

    Mystery awaits in THQ Nordic’s latest rework of its 2013 game The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief. The Remastered edition comes bundled with just the right amount of puzzle solving, wit, and charm as its counterpart, with some reworked animations as well as improvements to shading and lighting. It's an often slow-paced...

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    Review Beholder: Complete Edition

    Fight the system

    In a city governed by a totalitarian state, you play as Carl, one of the government's trusted members who, together with his wife and two children, relocate to a new tenancy. By order of the state, you’ve been tasked with spying on tenants to ensure that they're following the letter of the law, and you must punish those who...

  • Game of the Year 2017 Gabriella's Personal Picks

    The lost legacy

    As is becoming an annual tradition here at Push Square Towers, we’ve corralled our core group of staff writers and prodded them until they’ve told us what their favourite five games of the year are. With such a strong assortment to select from, added force was required in some instances. We told Gabriella she wouldn't be...

  • News Call of Duty: WWII DLC Revealed in New Video

    Here’s what to expect

    Call of Duty: WWII fans will receive their first round of DLC for the title, which will arrive first on 30th January for PlayStation 4 players. In a behind-the-scenes glimpse, Sledgehammer has released a video detailing what to expect from the first pack.  The DLC, aptly named The Resistance, will feature three new...

  • Soapbox Video Game Delays Are Important

    Gabriella urges patience

    When your most anticipated game is delayed, it can be a painful pill to swallow. Admittedly, I’ve had my fair share of these instances in the past. An example of this came in 2013, when Sony made the bold decision to delay a game I had been looking forward to playing since its announcement back in 2011: Naughty Dog's...

  • News Horizon: Zero Dawn Gets an All-New Action Figure

    But it’s only available in the US and Canada

    Are you an avid Horizon: Zero Dawn collector looking for more ways to fill-out your shelf space? If so, then you may be interested in a new figurine recently announced by PlayStation last night.  The new figure features a stunning sculpture of none other than the heroine herself Aloy, and is...

  • PGW 2017 Resident Evil 7's Not a Hero DLC Gets Trailer and Release Date

    A familiar face

    Resident Evil 7’s upcoming DLC Not a Hero received an official trailer today at Paris Games Week. The DLC has a planned release on December the 12th this year -- and lucky for us, it’ll also be free to download as a bonus.  The DLC will see beloved Resident Evil veteran Chris Redfield make a return to the...

  • Feature Detroit: Become Human Is Quantic Dream's Biggest Ever Game

    Sony XDev talks ambition and development

    You may have read our hands on impressions of Detroit: Become Human last week. The PlayStation 4 exclusive managed to win us over with its impressive visuals and suspenseful narrative, but we needed more. Thankfully, we got to speak to the producer of Sony XDev Europe, Jason Stewart, about the inspiration...

  • Hands On Bravo Team Fails to Make Its Mark


    Announced back at E3 2017 this year came the arrival of Bravo Team, the first-person PlayStation VR exclusive currently being developed by Supermassive Games — the brains behind PlayStation hits such as Until Dawn, and its soon to be released virtual reality brethren, The Inpatient. Bravo Team’s manifesto offers heart-pumping and...

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    Review Planet of the Eyes

    A road less travelled

    Buried beneath the mishmash of platformers new and old comes the emergence of Planet of the Eyes – a funky puzzle platformer originally released for PC and Mac back in 2015. Though not much has changed throughout its transition to the PlayStation 4, it does feel like a welcome one. Guided by the wisdom of one man’s...

  • News Naughty Dog Announces Limited Edition Nathan Drake Figure

    And it's looking mighty fine

    In succession to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy’s release last month, Naughty Dog has revealed its second limited edition statue of the franchise, featuring the dashing yet daring adventurer Nathan Drake. The meticulously crafted figure features a heroic shot of Drake mid-lunge, as he prepares to plant a firm fist into...