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  • Guide Fortnite: Battle Royale PS4 Beginners Tips and Tricks

    Help getting started with Epic Games' gargantuan online shooter

    Fortnite: Battle Royale has taken the PlayStation 4 by storm, bringing the newly-booming battle royale genre to the console for the first time. With millions upon millions of players logging on every day, there’s an awful lot of competition, so we’ve compiled a Fortnite: Battle...

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    Review TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge

    On the edge of boring

    As you can probably tell by its title, TT Isle of Man Racing: Ride on the Edge is a very niche game. Not only is it an entire game dedicated to one sub-genre of motorcycle sport, but it’s actually dedicated to one race; the Isle of Man’s Snaefell Mountain Course is the only official track present, with fictional tracks set...

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    Review Frantics

    Frantic Mr Fox

    Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders...

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    Review Gravel

    Vin Gravel

    Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but Gravel isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an...

  • News Fortnite's 3.0 Update Bolsters Building

    All nite long

    Battle royale sensation Fortnite is getting its 3.0 update, improving building mechanics in a number of ways. Arguably the biggest new feature will be Turbo Building, allowing players to continuously build constructions by holding down the right trigger instead of having to constantly press it - something that'll really help when you...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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

  • News Donnie Yen Announces Sleeping Dogs Movie Role

    Clear the Wei

    After rumours early last year that a Sleeping Dogs movie was in the works, everyone's favourite Donnie Yen has recently announced on his Instagram page that he'll indeed be taking up the role of undercover officer Wei Shen. The acclaimed Hong Kong actor - who should be best known for his role in xXx: Return of Xander Cage, a film we'll...

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    Review Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition

    Kerballsed up

    Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition is a game like no other on PlayStation 4, not only in terms of its space program-running gameplay, but also in terms of what’s going on under its deceptively cartoonish hood. A very impressive physics engine is stored in there, with every orbit calculated and every atmosphere rendered...

  • News Boss Heavy Platformer Iconoclasts Hits PS4, PS Vita 23rd January

    Cross-buy included

    In development by indie dev Joakim Sandberg for seven years, pixel art platformer Iconoclasts is due to launch on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita – with cross-buy support – on 23rd January, according to a snazzy new trailer. In a PlayStation Blog post published today, Sandberg detailed the game's focus, keeping...

  • News Horizon: Zero Dawn Sweeps Nominations at DICE Awards 2018

    Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy close behind

    With our very own Game of the Year list enshrined in history, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the jury's in on the best games of last year. However, apparently a panel of industry professionals called the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences has announced their...

  • Feature 10 Under-the-Radar PS4 Games to Look Out for in 2018

    The goose is loose

    2017 was a great year for indie games, with Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, What Remains of Edith Finch, and Night in the Woods making our Top 10 list, as well as many others gracing the personal picks of our writers. We’ve already taken a look at last year’s more

  • Game of the Year 2017 Sam's Personal Picks

    Welcome to the GotY, son

    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. Squeezing blood from a stone...

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    Review Ultimate Chicken Horse


    2D platformers have a reputation for being good party games: on the PlayStation 4 alone we’ve had the likes of Towerfall, Duck Game, Rayman Legends, and many more. While Ultimate Chicken Horse doesn’t buck this trend in terms of quality, its twist on the genre makes for a unique competitive experience that should become a staple for any...

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    Review Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package

    Frank Best

    Dead Rising has always been an oddball series, mixing in semi-serious takes on consumerism with absurdist humour and some downright disturbing moments. It may not have be the most polished or popular series, but it's always had a distinctive identity despite its moments of clunkiness and frustration. Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package,...

  • DLC Review Snowfall Adds a Dusting of Content to Cities: Skylines

    This season, pass

    The festive season is here, and with it comes Snowfall, the first of seven DLCs for Cities: Skylines’ PlayStation 4 port. Colossal Order’s city sim was chock-full of content at launch, but Snowfall leaves a lot to be desired in terms of value, and gets the game’s Season Pass off to a slippery start. Chief among the new...

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    Review SingStar: Celebration

    Bum note

    Another year, another karaoke game. After a disappointing debut PlayStation 4 instalment, Sony’s London Studio is back with SingStar: Celebration, another title in the publisher’s new lineup of PlayLink games. Available to play with microphones, a PlayStation Camera (remember those?), or the Singstar Mic mobile app, this year's edition...

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    Review Knowledge Is Power

    Limited power

    Fresh from releasing the inaugural PlayLink title That’s You in July, Wish Studios has come back with a second game for Sony’s smartphone-based lineup: Knowledge Is Power – a one to six player quiz game. While it’s more orthodox compared to the delightful oddball that was That’s You, the Brighton studio’s...

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    Review L.A. Noire

    Cop a feel

    Fun fact: did you know that L.A. Noire actually released closer to the 1940s than to 2017? If you used your detective skills to deduce that this is a lie, then Team Bondi’s noir classic could be your type of game. Newly remastered by Rockstar, the detective thriller is as confounding and cool as it was back in 2011, with a new lick of...

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    Review LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

    Loki alright

    With Marvel releasing films almost weekly, it feels like the superhero craze of the last decade is starting to reach critical mass. The comic-book giant’s huge catalogue of heroes and villains seems inexhaustible, yet LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 puts them all to good work, using and dispatching them with the cold-heartedness of a Disney...