Downloads top one million
To be honest, we're still a little bitter that the promising Lily Bergamo got cancelled in favour of free-to-play foray Let It Die – but all credit to Grasshopper Manufacture, the game turned out alright. And it's actually doing quite well for itself, with the critical response being decent, and downloads now topping...
Speaking words of wisdom
Free-to-play action game Let It Die from the always bonkers Grasshopper Manufacture is available to play on PlayStation 4 right this very second, it was announced at Sony's PlayStation Experience press conference today. The title sees you running around, beating people up, and trying to find some clothes in a futuristic...
Lily Bergamo, where art thou?
Remember when Grasshopper Manufacture announced the absolutely awesome looking Lily Bergamo, only for it to get scrapped in favour of the distinctly less awesome Let It Die? The game's been in hiding for years now, but director Suda 51 has appeared in a new video, confirming the game's inclusion in the PAX East 2016...
Hope springs eternal
One time Kickstarter success story Republique has infiltrated the PlayStation 4, leaving Push Square Towers divided over one key question: how do you say the game's name? Ree-pub-lic? Ree-pub-leek? Ray-pub-leek? Ray-pub-lic? No idea.
Don't be a Hayter
OMG! Here's a bit of a Push Square poll for you on this fine Thursday morning: how many of you remember République? None of you – well, that was to be expected. A bit of background for you, then: this was one of those early Kickstarter success stories that promised the Earth and then rapidly fell off the radar. A stealth game...
Prepare yourself for more puzzling plots and suggestive cut-scenes, as Suda51’s first PlayStation 4 project Lily Bergamo could be heading overseas. The title – which was announced with a stylish video earlier in the year – has been trademarked by parent company GungHo in North America, making an international releas
We hope that you liked the original
A complete remake of last year’s likeable PlayStation Vita demon slayer Ragnarok Odyssey is heading to Japan this summer. Ragnarok Odyssey Ace promises a comprehensive reworking of the original title for the PlayStation 3 and Vita, with a brand new episode and a compilation of all of the downloadable quests from...
It's getting hot in here
Game Arts’ decent PlayStation Vita role-playing game Ragnarok Odyssey will attack European consoles this winter, according to publisher GungHo Online Entertainment America. The title will be available as a digital exclusive, alongside undead puzzle platformer Dokuro. Both titles are already available in North America,...
Weird and wonderful
The holiday period may be perfect for big retail releases, but sometimes you need something a little more niche. Thankfully, newcomer GungHo Online Entertainment America has stepped up to the plate – bringing a bevy of bizarre PSone classics to the North American PSN. The six new arrivals include shoot ‘em up compilation...
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