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Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (PlayStation 3)

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (PlayStation 3)

Ninja stars shine so bright

The Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series has been a rock for Japanese developer CyberConnect2. A franchise which began back in 2003 on the PlayStation 2, there have been numerous entries since, and it's impressive to think that not a single one has been overly disappointing. In fact, the series has only gotten better as the...

Review: Fairy Fencer F (PlayStation 3)

Fairy Fencer F (PlayStation 3)

Caught off-garde

Sometimes the best way to succeed is to stick to the bread and butter of the genre, rather than mess about with weird gimmicks. In Fairy Fencer F, developed by Compile Heart, it aims to do just that in using fairies, furies, and fencers. Upon overhearing a rumour, our hungry hero Fang removes the sword in the stone to get his one...

Store Update: 17th September 2014 (Europe)

17th September 2014 (Europe)

What the Flock?

It’s a huge week on the PlayStation Store for fans of less high profile games. Many of you may still be busy searching for legendary loot in Destiny, but if Bungie’s next big thing didn’t tickle your fancy, why not give Anomaly 2, KickBeat, or Flockers a try? Interesting aside: Plants vs. Zombi

TGS 2014: The Evil Within Looks Tense and Terrifying in This New Trailer

The Evil Within Looks Tense and Terrifying in This New Trailer

Within without you

As Jane Austen famously stated in Pride and Prejudice, it is a truth universally acknowledged that a trailer for a survival horror game is made much more terrifying when it has Debussy's Clair de Lune playing in the background. Unfortunately, the creators of The Evil Within's latest offering forgot the second half of that popular...

News: SingStar: Ultimate Party Builds a LEGO House and Burns It Down

SingStar: Ultimate Party Builds a LEGO House and Burns It Down

Still totally into you, though

Regardless of whether you’re ready or not, SingStar: Ultimate Party is set to say hello to your PlayStation 4 from 29th October in Europe. The retail release will come with a magic selection of songs, which developer London Studio hopes will make you want to love the series again. In truth, it’s a bit of a safe...

News: Samurai Warriors 4 on PS4's Newest Gameplay Trailer Shows Why It's the Best Looking Warriors Game Yet

Samurai Warriors 4 on PS4's Newest Gameplay Trailer Shows Why It's the Best Looking Warriors Game Yet

Musou magic

With hordes of Japanese warlords marching ever closer to the PlayStation 4, publisher Koei Tecmo has put together a gameplay trailer for Samurai Warriors 4, which focuses on the musou attacks of the game's new characters. If you're interested in seeing the fresh faces in action, you'll find plenty to like here, but it's the graphical...

News: Don't Forget to Set Aside a Moment to Download Destiny Patch 1.03

Don't Forget to Set Aside a Moment to Download Destiny Patch 1.03

Shouldn't take long

If you haven’t left your PlayStation 4 in standby mode, then don’t forget to set aside a moment this evening in order to download Destiny’s latest update. Dubbed v1.03, the 296MB patch is mandatory, so you’ll need to ensure that it’s installed before entering the Crucible with your pals. At the time of writing, no...

News: UK Sales Charts: Destiny Rocket Jumps into Podium Position

UK Sales Charts: Destiny Rocket Jumps into Podium Position

Strong showing from Activision's new super series

It would have been a bigger surprise this week if Destiny had failed to land in the top spot, but, as expected, it’s rocketed straight to the summit. The next big game from Bungie sold best on the PlayStation 4, and also smashed new intellectual property records in the process. As a result,...

News: Unsurprisingly, Destiny Sold Best on PS4 in the UK

Unsurprisingly, Destiny Sold Best on PS4 in the UK

And it's the biggest thing since sliced bread

The critical reception may be a boiling pot of piping hot and lukewarm, but that hasn’t stopped Destiny from achieving the biggest new intellectual property launch in the UK, brushing aside Watch Dogs, which was the previous record holder. Unsurprisingly, the PlayStation 4 version sold best on British...

News: One Day, You May Be Able to Play Every PlayStation Game That Matters with PlayStation Now

One Day, You May Be Able to Play Every PlayStation Game That Matters with PlayStation Now

On demand

Enthusiasm in PlayStation Now has plummeted since Sony’s beta pricing scheme was revealed, but while there’s tweaking to be done, it’s clear that the online streaming service represents a big portion of the platform holder’s future. Indeed, it’s unlikely to happen any time soon, but we can see a day where the Japanese giant’s...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 38

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 38

A date with Destiny

You’re witnessing Push Square history here. For the first time ever, every single staff writer but one will be playing the same game – way to send this editor’s obsessive compulsive disorder into disarray, Jamie. And what is that game, we hear you ask? Here’s a clue: it’s got really bored talking cubes in it. Sammy...

News: Zombie Apocalypse Sim Dying Light Lumbers onto PS4 and PS3 in January

Zombie Apocalypse Sim Dying Light Lumbers onto PS4 and PS3 in January

Brainsss

In theory, Dying Light should be a fantastic game. It takes endless zombie hordes and combines them with Mirror's Edge-esque parkour mechanics. However, the game is being developed by Techland – the studio behind the thoroughly ordinary Dead Island series – so we're reserving our judgement for the time being. At any rate, the open...