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News: Demand a Final Fantasy VII Remake Thanks to Square Enix's Official Player Survey 

Demand a Final Fantasy VII Remake Thanks to Square Enix's Official Player Survey 

It should have seen this coming

Right now, you can take part in Square Enix's official player survey, in which the company asks what your gaming habits are, what gaming sites you visit, and what games you'd like to see the Japanese publisher produce in the future. Of course, we already bet that it's swamped in requests for a Final Fantasy VII...

News: One Destiny Player Has Beaten Crota's End by Himself, Without Firing a Single Bullet 

One Destiny Player Has Beaten Crota's End by Himself, Without Firing a Single Bullet 

Hotshot

That's an impressive headline isn't it? Destiny streamer TheHM05 has managed to solo the shooter's toughest raid, and the best part is that he never once fired a single bullet. A Fireteam Also Managed to Beat Crota's End Without Firing a Bullet Using a very specialised Warlock, he was able to get through the activity using only grenades,...

News: Metal Gear Rising Celebrates its Second Anniversary with an Amazing Stop Animation Video

Metal Gear Rising Celebrates its Second Anniversary with an Amazing Stop Animation Video

Jack's back

Last month, the internet was in an uproar about a supposed sequel to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, after a '2', which was printed in the same font as the game's logo, was spotted in a Japanese PlayStation montage. As it turns out, the mysterious number was actually referring to the PS3 title's second anniversary. The celebrations...

News: UK Sales Charts: Dying Light Delay Doesn't Stop It From Outselling The Order: 1886 and Evolve

UK Sales Charts: Dying Light Delay Doesn't Stop It From Outselling The Order: 1886 and Evolve

Definitely not dead

In some pretty impressive news, sandbox zombie adventure Dying Light has managed to outsell both The Order: 1886 and Evolve at retail in the UK, despite the physical version of the game being delayed. The digital edition of Techland's undead romp released a month ago, but clearly that hasn't deterred the hordes of shufflers...

News: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's Claptastic Voyage Dances to PS4, PS3 from 24th March

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's Claptastic Voyage Dances to PS4, PS3 from 24th March

Vault funkers

In what we've no doubt will prove a hilarious piece of downloadable content, Gearbox has announced that an all-new campaign – Claptastic Voyage – will be strutting its stuff to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel later this month. Due out from 24th March, the add-on will be available day and date with Borderlands: The Handsome Collection...

News: Tales from the Borderlands Spins Another Yarn This Month

Tales from the Borderlands Spins Another Yarn This Month

Dancin', dancin'

It's taken what feels like an eternity, but Telltale will finally open its claptrap and tell some new Tales from the Borderlands this month. Announced during Gearbox's panel at PAX East 2015 earlier today, Episode Two will debut the week of 17th March, which presumably means that Europe will get it a day later, when the...

News: PSN Gets Attacked Every Single Day, Says Sony

PSN Gets Attacked Every Single Day, Says Sony

"It's a constant battle"

Credit where credit's due: the PlayStation Network has been very stable these past few months. While there were regular outages over the holidays, we're yet to report on any significant downtime in 2015, which is, of course, the way that it should be. Spare a thought, however, for the engineers working hard to make that...

Video: Watch As We Recap February 2015's Best PS4, PS3, and Vita Games

Watch As We Recap February 2015's Best PS4, PS3, and Vita Games

Dark days

February 2015 may have been quite literally the worst month in PlayStation history, but that's not stopped us from pumping out another recap video. Watch on as we crown Dragon Ball XenoVerse, and also break a bit of bad news to Sir Galahad and crew. He didn't take it particularly well, we're afraid to say. Oh well, remember to push that...

News: Explore Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward's New Zones with This Trailer

Explore Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward's New Zones with This Trailer

Looks chilly

We had a good feeling about today's Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn panel at PAX East, and we weren't wrong. Not only did the massively multiplayer online role-playing game's expansion finally get a release date, but we've also been gifted with this great first look at Heavensward's new zones -- or locales, for those unfamiliar with...

News: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Gets a Release Date, Soars into the Sky this Summer

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Gets a Release Date, Soars into the Sky this Summer

You can pre-order this month, too

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's first expansion, Heavensward, will launch this summer, producer Naoki Yoshida confirmed during today's PAX East panel. Joking about the date, Yoshida explained that he understands many fans will be disappointed that the add-on won't be coming this spring, but he wanted to make...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 59

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 59

Sod's law

And we're back with another edition of WAYP. It's a short and sweet entry this time (it's been one helluva week), but sometimes the best things come in small packages – at least, that's what this author is always telling himself. With the weekend here, you may be pondering whether to go outside – shopping, travelling, hiking, etc...

Live: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Loots More Details at PAX East

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Loots More Details at PAX East

The lizard men cometh

If you've been eagerly awaiting more information regarding Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's upcoming first expansion, then you may want to tune into the game's PAX East livestream. Producer Naoki Yoshida will be on hand to discuss the title's seemingly massive add-on, and the panel goes live at 17:00PM GMT. Are you hoping...

News: Dragon Ball XenoVerse Server Issues Continue, But Bandai Namco Promises It's Working Hard

Dragon Ball XenoVerse Server Issues Continue, But Bandai Namco Promises It's Working Hard

Kakaroooooot!

This is turning into a Dragon Ball saga of its own, isn't it? Only here, we're not fighting big baddies that threaten the safety of the universe -- we're instead waging war against Dragon Ball XenoVerse's unruly servers. Indeed, at the time of writing, we're still having trouble connecting to the game's multiplayer lobbies, and this...

News: April's PlayStation Plus Freebies Will include Dishonored for the PS3

April's PlayStation Plus Freebies Will include Dishonored for the PS3

Corvo, blimey!

SCEE's known for dropping PlayStation Store clangers, but we'll forgive it this latest blunder. Those of you with eagle eyes may have spotted the inclusion of Dishonored in the URL for the European PlayStation Blog's overdue post on March's PlayStation Plus freebies. This led to rampant speculation about why the release wa

Talking Point: Is This the End for the PlayStation 3?

Is This the End for the PlayStation 3?

This isn't living

In just over eight months' time, the PlayStation 3 will turn nine. Sony's always made a point of stressing that it will support its home consoles for at least ten years apiece, and it's not going to break that promise with its previous generation behemoth. But with publishers starting to focus solely on new formats like the...

News: You Can Look Forward to Some Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Expansion News Tomorrow

You Can Look Forward to Some Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Expansion News Tomorrow

Looking up

If you're a fan of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, then you're probably eagerly awaiting the massively multiplayer online role-playing game's upcoming expansion, Heavensward. Review: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn The colossal sounding add-on, which features whole new locations, an increased level cap, three new job types, and...

Game of the Month: February 2015

February 2015

Stupid game names, robots, Goku, and pottery

February's always an interesting month. We begin to see titles trickling through into the market, signalling the start of the inevitable spring rush that's on its way – either that, or these games are just desperate to avoid being crushed by the encroaching onslaught. Regardless of their reasons for...