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RAGE 2, anyone?
It’s been a busy week here at Push Square Towers, as we’ve been jet-setting around the UK, visiting studios and attending meetings. It’s time for a bit of rest and relaxation, as we kick back with some good ol’ fashioned video games this weekend. Sammy Barker, Editor: I've finally got the swing of Everybody's Golf VR, and...
Can you Adam and Eve it?
Back at launch in 2016, we waxed lyrical about the London Heist in compilation game PlayStation VR Worlds. At just an hour, London Studio’s short crime drama perfectly captured the potential of PlayStation VR, immersing you in a variety of interactive vignettes, from a particularly harrowing interrogation sequence right...
Catch a ride
A-Train Express, the uber-niche rail simulator which launched in Japan in 2017, is catching a ride to Western regions later this year. Developed by Artdink, the PC port features optional PlayStation VR support and adds bullet trains. While it'll be available on the PlayStation Store, a small number of physical copies will be sold by...
Under the sea
Who doesn’t love a good teenage slasher? In many ways, the outstanding Until Dawn out-Quantic Dreamed the actual Quantic Dream, so it’s hard not to get excited for Supermassive Games’ forthcoming Dark Pictures Anthology. First up is Man of Medan, a standalone supernatural horror set in the South Pacific.
Watch Dogs 3 will be one
Ubisoft will release three unannounced games during the fourth quarter of its current fiscal year, meaning that it’s planning a trio of AAA titles between the beginning of January and the end of March. The ginormous French publisher confirmed the tidbit in a slide to investors, also acknowledging
No new launch window announced
Skull & Bones was scheduled to wash up on the PlayStation 4 this year, but the long-in-development online pirate ship simulator has been pushed back yet again. This time there’s no new date been attached to the project, and it will skip E3 2019 entirely. No real reason was given for the delay, but it’s safe to...
Enormous update with free and premium content
You’ve got to give credit to First Contact Entertainment: it’s kept PlayStation VR’s flagship tactical first-person shooter Firewall Zero Hour up-to-date, and managed to maintain a small but passionate community. Launching on 21st May is the biggest refresh yet: a huge update spanning free and...
Perhaps a reminder of just how much home consoles have fallen out of favour in Japan: the PlayStation 4’s lifetime install base has now been surpassed by the more mobile Nintendo Switch – despite the former launching over three years earlier than the House of Mario’s hot new hardware. Famitsu data pegs the PS4 at 8,077,756...
Grand Theft Auto! Batman! Call of Duty!
Sony's knocking up to 70 per cent off a bunch of bumper PlayStation 4 games on the European PlayStation Store, including Grand Theft Auto V, Just Cause 4, and more. The discounts are just going online at the time of typing, but if you turn your attention to the PlayStation Blog, you'll find a full list of all...
Cheap and cheerful
If you've got spare cash burning a hole in your pocket, then Sony has a solution, with another Totally Digital sale on the US PlayStation Store. Goodies up for grabs at up to 70 per cent for PlayStation Plus members include Little Nightmares ($5.99), Outlast 2 ($7.49), and SUPERHOT ($12.49). There are also various savings on DLC...
Nothing to announce
A creative director at Ubisoft has prompted the publisher to release a public statement shooting down hopes of a new Splinter Cell, after he caused the Internet to explode by drunkenly Tweeting that he's working on a new instalment in the popular stealth property. At the Ubi Summit, an intoxicated Julian Gerightly told his...
Naughty Dog hiring to finish project
The Last of Us: Part 2 appears to be in the final stages of development, as Naughty Dog is hiring to "close out" the anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive. While it's only a teensy morsel, co-director Anthony Newman posted a huge list of currently open positions on Twitter, and alluded to the fact that the...
A man who's good at what he does
We weren’t joking when we said we could rebrand Push Square as a Dreams fansite, but there’s so much impressive stuff getting made that it deserves the digital column inches. Take this Metal Gear Solid remake, which is so impressive that it’s already gotten Hideo Kojima’s approval. The auteur certainly...
Engage your RAGE
The PlayStation Store is never closed, of course – but it has had a couple of quiet weeks. Normal service is resumed this time, however, with RAGE 2 leading a pretty enormous roster of new releases. A Plague Tale: Innocence and Sniper Elite V2 Remastered are the week’s other big launches, while Shakedown: Hawaii is finally out...
All included on Nintendo Switch
Many had assumed that Sony’s new censorship policy would only target smaller developers, but Koei Tecmo is the latest publisher to fall foul to the Japanese giant’s buttoned up approach. A product page for the newly announced Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet reveals that
A Plague Tale: Innocence is a Sony game without a Sony budget. Focus Home Interactive may not be a forum favourite, but with ambitious original properties like Vampyr and The Council, it’s been proudly flying the flag for story-driven, single player experiences. Asobo’s gothic medieval romp is yet another nod in that direction, but does it...
It’s perhaps something of a surprise considering the subject matter, but Days Gone is a smash hit in Japan. The apocalyptic open worlder – which has topped the local sales charts for a second consecutive week, according to Famitsu – has now moved more physical copies than God of War, Detroit: Become Human, and The La
Taiwanese ratings board reckons so
If you never played the likeable Ghostbusters: The Video Game on the PlayStation 3, then you may be hyped to hear that the 2009 tie-in could be about to cross streams with the PlayStation 4. A leaked Taiwanese rating for Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered certainly suggests as much, and while the Xbox One is...
It'd still look pretty good
At this point we could probably rebrand Push Square as a place to promote incredible Dreams creations, but management is against that idea so we’re going to have to pick and choose. This gorgeous Ghost of Tsushima recreation actually isn’t one of the most impressive things made in Media Molecule’s creation suite,...
Days go on
We're late posting, but we've never missed an issue of WAYP, and our record remains very much intact today. Hopefully you can forgive us a little tardiness, as it's still fairly early at the time of publication in the United States. Right? Stephen Tailby, Associate Editor: I'm getting behind the wheel of Team Sonic Racing this weekend,...
The big question
We’re in the minority, but we liked the inaugural State of Play, which emphasised PlayStation VR as well as other parts of the PlayStation portfolio. The livestream was lambasted by viewers, and y
It looks good, right? The reaction to Final Fantasy VII Remake’s reintroduction may have been muted by Square Enix’s awful messaging yet again, but the new footage that we’ve seen of the long-awaited release is exciting. In order to complement last night’s teaser trailer, publisher Square Enix has dropped a batch of new screens
Everything from the 9th May instalment
Sony reloaded State of Play today with a 10 minute stream dedicated to a handful of upcoming PlayStation 4 games, including the reintroduction of Final Fantasy VII Remake ahead of E3 2019. As previously confirmed, the broadcast was brief, but it packed much more content than even we were expecting – and...
Look out for new deals and offers
Sony may not be at E3 2019, but its wildly popular Days of Play initiative is returning this summer. As in previous years, you should probably expect discounts across a wide array of PlayStation titles and hardware, although the platform holder will probably keep a lid on the specifics for a few more weeks. As with...