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    Review McDroid

    These are not the McDroid's you're looking for

    McDroid can be summed up as such: a real-time strategy tower defence crossover with the attitude and style of Borderlands, the charm of Star Wars, and frustrating difficulty spikes of Atlus' Devil Survivor. It takes a tired genre that has been well and truly done to death and mixes it all in with...


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    Review Tower of Guns

    Guns! Guns! Guns!

    In the beginning there was a game called Rogue. This ground breaking RPG was swiftly followed by a number of other titles that shared its penchant for randomly generated environments and punishing restarts. Lovingly referred to as Roguelikes, the last fifteen years or so has seen these sorts of titles enjoying a bit of a resurgence...


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    Review Unmechanical: Extended

    The little robot that could

    Unmechanical: Extended joins an ever lengthening list of PC and mobile games making the jump to PlayStation consoles. But, while this quirky puzzle game runs a very real risk of being lost in an ever expanding sea of indies, there's something enticing about its backdrop and robocopter protagonist that might just give it...


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    Review Jet Car Stunts

    Trials and error

    Jet Car Stunts’ arrival on the PlayStation 3 and Vita marks the popular mobile game’s first foray onto consoles. Historically, adapted smartphone titles end up feeling a little, well, off when they’re converted to consoles – but there are exceptions. The big question, then, is whether Grip Games has managed to make True...


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    Review Atomic Ninjas


    After a guard accidentally nods off over a big red button that rains nuclear fire down on the Earth's citizens, the world as we know it is destroyed. However, in true comic book fashion, Atomic Ninjas' titular characters aren't obliterated by the blast – instead, they're strengthened, sporting increased agility and near invulnerability...


  • News Atomic Ninjas Battle on PS3 and Vita Later This Year

    Shinobi in space

    Few things are cooler than ninjas, but Atomic Ninjas rank among them. While we’ll never get the opportunity to practice our Ninjutsu poses in space, at least the fine folks at Grip Games are giving us the next best thing. The studio’s upcoming PlayStation 3 and Vita brawler – a tantalising marriage between Crash Commando and...


  • Competition Five Copies of Foosball 2012 Up for Grabs

    Twist and shout

    We’ve teamed up with the fine folks at Grip Games to dole out five copies of the recently released Foosball 2012 to a handful of lucky readers. The top-notch PlayStation 3 and Vita title boasts a bevy of cross-platform features, in addition to an engaging single-player campaign and robust multiplayer component. Our Foosball 2012...

  • Interview Grip Games - Foosball 2012

    Gripping stuff

    With Foosball 2012 now readily available on digital store shelves, we felt like it was an appropriate time to sit down with Grip Games’ Jakub Mikyska and have a good old chinwag about the origins of the PlayStation 3 and Vita exclusive. Tune in for chatter about net code, potential sequels and PlayStation Minis. Push Square: Hi,...


  • News Foosball 2012 Kicks Off on PS3 and Vita Next Week

    Flicking good fun

    You probably didn’t buy a PlayStation 3 or Vita to play a digital simulation of table football, but we bet you’re going to snap up the upcoming Foosball 2012 anyway. The Grip Games developed PSN exclusive is set to kick off on 24th July in North America and 25th July in Europe. That’s next week by the way. Brilliantly,...


  • News Learn More About Foosball 2012's World Tour Mode

    Flick smash

    The European championships may be mere weeks away from kicking off in Poland and Ukraine, but the hottest tournament this summer is set to take place inside your PS3 or Vita. In a brand new trailer, developer Grip Games has outlined two of the key modes from its upcoming PSN table football simulator, Foosball 2012. The developer points...


  • News Sharpen Your Wrist Action with Foosball 2012

    Back of the net

    Those of you paying attention back in March will recall us getting hot and sweaty over Grip Games’ upcoming PS3 and Vita table football simulator, Foosball 2012. The cross-platform party title is packed with features included PlayStation Move support and online play. In order to build hype for the game’s impending release, Grip...


  • News Foosball 2012 Shoots onto PS3 and PS Vita

    Practice your wrist action

    Grip Games is well known for its output on the PlayStation Minis platform, but with today’s announcement it has stepped into the big league. The Prague-based developer has taken a quick detour onto the PlayStation Blog to reveal Foosball 2012 – a digital table football simulation pledged for PlayStation 3 and...