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Game of the Month: January 2014 - Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

January 2014 - Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

One more treasure for Lara

For once, January was a relatively quiet month here at Push Square in terms of reviews. With no real blockbusters bursting onto the PlayStation scene, last month's vote was always going to be a tricky one, as we had to round up titles that some of our staff had never even heard of. But as they say, the show must go on...

Store Update: 5th February 2014 (Europe)

5th February 2014 (Europe)

Scared to spend

Red Barrels’ spooky survival horror revival Outlast is arguably the most noteworthy addition to the European PlayStation Store this week, but it’s in esteemed company. Other highlights include FuturLab’s supercharged match-three puzzler Surge Deluxe, Capcom’s acrobatic clean-‘em-up Dustforce, and the long awaited second...

News: Strider Barrages Us with a Release Date, Pricing, and Customisation Details

Strider Barrages Us with a Release Date, Pricing, and Customisation Details

As quick as you like

Over on Capcom's official Facebook page, the Japanese publisher has let rip with a bounty of new information regarding the upcoming return of Strider. The post states that the game will be slashing its way to Europe on 19th February, where it will cost €14.99 / £11.99. It also goes on to detail several newly revealed modes,...

Store Update: 4th February 2014 (North America)

4th February 2014 (North America)

Cleaning up

After a somewhat slow start to the year, the North American PlayStation Store is officially back into the swing of things. The first update of February is a real wallet drainer, with the likes of Dustforce, King Oddball, and Surge Deluxe all vying for your attention. Elsewhere, PlayStation Plus members will be able to obtain Outlast for...

Review: Surge Deluxe (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Surge Deluxe (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Index addiction

There’s something deadly about the combination of addictive gameplay and online leaderboards. It’s something that we sampled in Rock Band, where grown men would blast out Hannah Montana songs in the hopes of nailing those few extra notes. Surge Deluxe is equally moreish, without ever serving as a gateway to twerking. As such, if...

News: Things Are Looking Grimm in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2

Things Are Looking Grimm in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2

It's one of those days

While this Big Bad Wolf may have been in hibernation over the holiday period, the atmosphere is starting to get a little tense in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 - Smoke and Mirrors. With the series set to continue next week, we've been given a sneak peak at what's to come in the trailer embedded below. Don't think that your...

Review: Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse - Episode 1 (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse - Episode 1 (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Not broken, just bent

Kickstarter has been the proud parent to many creations over the past few years, the latest of which is the fifth instalment in the legendary point-and-click adventure franchise, Broken Sword. Split into two parts for some bewildering reason – with the second episode due out in the first quarter of this year – Broken Sword...

Store Update: 29th January 2014 (Europe)

29th January 2014 (Europe)

Pick 'n' mix

Much like its North American companion, the most noteworthy addition in this week's European PlayStation Store update is Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. It’s not exactly travelling alone, though, with Tecmo Koei’s gigantic Toukiden demo and the colossal Curve Studios mega bundle coming along for the ride. We should probably point...

Store Update: 28th January 2014 (North America)

28th January 2014 (North America)

Grave robber

This week marks the arrival of the first major post-launch PlayStation 4 title, with Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition aiming to light a torch on your next generation console. Like every release for Sony’s latest super machine, you’ll be able to pick up a copy of the game digitally from the PlayStation Store – and it’ll cost you...

Review: Zombeer (PlayStation Network)

Zombeer (PlayStation Network)

Brain dead

Games that aim to make their audience laugh are a very hard thing to pull off. After all, not everyone’s funny bone has the same comedic sensibilities, and that makes it a difficult line to traverse. As a result, for every Portal there are three stinkers like Deadpool waiting in the wings. Moonbite and Padaone Games are the latest...

Review: Forest Legends: The Call of Love (PlayStation Network)

Forest Legends: The Call of Love (PlayStation Network)

Tree hugger

With a name like Forest Legends: The Call of Love, we were expecting one of those racy Japanese sex games here. In fact, this particular author was practically salivating over the prospect of playing such a filthy experience. Needless to say, when this downloadable PlayStation 3 adventure turned out to be a point-and-click escapade, we...

Review: Adam's Venture Chronicles (PlayStation Network)

Adam's Venture Chronicles (PlayStation Network)

Can you Adam and Eve it?

If there’s one thing that’s missing from Uncharted, it’s puzzles that test your knowledge of the Bible. We’ve all thought it at some point: Nathan Drake just doesn’t believe in God enough. Don’t worry too much, though, as the folks behind Adam’s Venture Chronicles have spotted a gap in the market, and there are...