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    Review Minutes

    Bullet heaven

    Minutes’ key art may draw comparisons to Countdown, but in Channel 4 game show terms, this is way more Rachel Riley than Des O’Connor. An energetic arcade experience, this blistering bullet hell-inspired escapade is a real breath of fresh air. And while it may not silence the anti-indie crowd, it’s a shining example of how good...

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    Review Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis

    Heart breaker

    This writer’s reputation for revelling in mediocre games is well regarded around the Push Square office, and Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis is another one of those middling titles that’s ingratiated itself to this strange scribe. An updated version of last year’s Xbox 360 and PC release, this Indiana Jones-inspired romp...



  • Store Update 30th September 2014 (North America)

    Lord of the updates

    Yes, the holiday rush has arrived. This week’s North American PlayStation Store update is so big, we’re not entirely sure if the online plaza will be able to cope with it all. In addition to heavy hitters such as Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, there are also biggies like Sherlock Holmes: Crimes...

  • Store Update 24th September 2014 (Europe)


    No prizes for guessing the biggest new release on the European PlayStation Store this week – it’s FIFA 15. EA Sports’ soccer sim will deploy at various points over the coming days depending on where you live, so check your local release schedule for more information. It’s joined this week by a handful of hot arrivals, including the...

  • Store Update 23rd September 2014 (North America)

    Back of the net

    We’ll resist the temptation to overload Push Square’s homepage with thumbnails of football players, so instead we’ll focus on some of the other games that are joining FIFA 15 on the PlayStation Store this week. Top mentions include Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star, Flockers, and CastleStorm: Definitive Edition – but we’ll...

  • News Destiny Servers Go Offline as the Group Who Took Down the PSN Strike Again

    What are you playing this weekend?

    Here we go again. The infamous Lizard Squad group are apparently taking credit for attacking Destiny's servers, using DDoS attacks to cut players' connections to the game. If you were planning on blasting through the sci-fi shooter this weekend with some friends, it's certainly not an ideal situation. Developer...

  • Store Preview FIFA 15, CastleStorm, Defense Grid 2

    PES 2015 demo also going for goal

    There’s nothing quite as exciting as the weekly PlayStation Store update, so we’re back to give you a cheeky taste of what’s coming to North America this coming Tuesday. The highlight for many will undoubtedly be FIFA 15, which, alongside Madden NFL 15, appears to be EA’s only real heavy hitter of the...

  • News Drive Away with a Deal in North American PSN Flash Sale

    Beep beep

    Perhaps in an attempt to celebrate the Singapore Grand Prix, Sony has launched a racing game flash sale on the North American PlayStation Store. Bursting with more podium position contenders than a Formula One starting grid, highlights include ModNation Racers and Need for Speed: Most Wanted for just $4.99,

  • Store Update 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

  • Store Update 16th September 2014 (North America)

    Back to business

    The latest North American PlayStation Store update is a real humdinger, so we’re shunning the slow coach that we used last week, and jumping aboard a Concorde to bring you the full lineup this time. Highlights include strategy title Anomaly 2, endless runner, er, Run Like Hell, and weird-‘em-up

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    Review Murasaki Baby

    Balloon fright

    Murasaki Baby made this typically composed critic want to toss his figurative toys out of the pram, and that’s never a good sign. Ovosonico’s long in production PlayStation Vita exclusive whisks you away from the hustle and bustle of the real world to a nightmarish fantasy land, where you must guide a wailing infant and her purple...

  • Store Preview Murasaki Baby, Run Like Hell, Air Conflicts PS4

    What are you buyin'?

    If you’re as antisocial as we are, the weekly PlayStation Store update is likely the highlight of your week. Typically, we fill you in on all of the latest titles when they arrive, but we’ve decided that some kind of earlier preview may go down nicely as well. A few important points: as we’re using the PlayStation...

  • Reaction Destiny's PS4 Launch Proves PSN Isn't Tied Together with String

    Sony's servers survive

    And breathe again. By penning this article we’re all too aware that we’re foreshadowing the kind of outage that would rival 2011’s widely publicised hack attack, but at the time of writing we can say with confidence that the PlayStation Network is fine. For websites such as this – the kind that break traffic records...

  • Store Update 10th September 2014 (Europe)

    You look like you've seen a Ghost

    Destiny’s out so we can finally stop talking about it, right? Wrong. Now that Bungie’s epic sci-fi shooter has fired its way onto physical and digital store shelves, we’re spending all of our time uncovering its secrets so that we can stuff your eyes with more articles than they can handle. Fortunately,...

  • Store Update 9th September 2014 (North America)

    The sorry edition

    The late bird catches nada, so we apologise for being catastrophically late with our weekly replication of the North American PlayStation Store update. Like you, we’ve been playing Destiny, which just so happens to be the big new release this time. Funny that, eh? PS4 Games: Destiny ($59.99) Destiny Digital Guardian...

  • Game of the Month August 2014 - Metro Redux

    Tunnel of love

    It's Game of the Month time once again here at Push Square, and what a busy month for games it was in August. We reviewed 27 titles in total, but PlayStation 4 port naysayers probably won't be happy with the winner of our prestigious award. Back in July, we crowned The Last of Us Remastered as the best release of the Summer month,...

  • News PSN is Down Yet Again For Some, Sony Says It's Working to Fix the Problem

    Groundhog day

    Don't you just love it when the PlayStation Network is inexplicably taken offline for around the fourth time in two weeks? Yeah, so do we. Not only are you unable to jump into your favourite multiplayer game after a long day at work or school, but you have to read our rants about it, too. Unfortunately, the time has come yet again...

  • Store Update 3rd September 2014 (Europe)

    Where the bloody hell is Minecraft PS4?

    Well, it's time to take a seat and a deep breath, because we've got some bad news for all you block lovers out there. Contrary to what PlayStation France said in the early hours of the morning, Minecraft on PS4 is nowhere to be found in today's European PlayStation Store update. Still, it has to be close, and...

  • News It's Rising Star Games' 10th Birthday, Which Means Massive Discounts in Europe

    Deadly Premonition, King of Fighters, and loads of RPGs

    Rising Star Games may not be the biggest and most well known studio outside of its loyal fanbase, but it may well be worth checking out its catalogue of PlayStation 3 and Vita games on the European PlayStation Store starting today. The company's sharing the joy of its 10th birthday with a...

  • Store Update 2nd September 2014 (North America)

    Can you handle the Velocity

    It's another relatively big week on the North American PlayStation Store as your free PlayStation Plus games sail into view. You can now get your hands on the excellent Velocity 2X, as well as a slew of other pretty notable downloads. On top of that, Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate carves its way onto all of Sony's platforms...

  • Round Up What Happened During Sony's Pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference?

    That's a lot of PS4 and Vita games

    Well, this particular author was originally dreading having to wake up at about 6AM in order to manage Push Square's livestream of Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, but as it turns out, it was yet another solid showing from the Japanese giant. Much like Gamescom 2014, the pacing was fast and fluid, and...

  • News Chances Are That You Haven't Found Guacamelee!'s Biggest Secret Yet

    But what could it be?

    We absolutely loved Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition despite the fact that typing out its full title is an absolute pain in the bum. With slick platforming, satisfying combat, and a vibrant world, DrinkBox Studios' spicy adventure was great from start to finish, but what if we told you that your impressive 100%...

  • Poll What Did You Think of Sony's Pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference?

    Rate all those lovely games

    Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference has come and gone, and although we hauled ourselves out of bed rather early in the morning, we're finding it hard to say that it wasn't worth it. After today's showing, we're becoming convinced that Sony has finally nailed the pacing of its pressers. The games just kept coming,...

  • News Don't Look Now, But PS4 Demo P.T. Has Been Downloaded Over 1 Million Times


    Hideo Kojima took to the stage at Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show conference earlier today, where he announced that P.T — the playable teaser of Silent Hills — had been downloaded over one million times. The statistic is actually rather impressive when you stop to think about it. It was only at Gamescom that


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    Review Mahjong Gold

    Shiver me tiles

    The Mahjong solitaire variant is a popular genre for handheld devices. In fact, it’s ideal for touch screen handhelds due to the nature of the game: bite-size puzzles solvable by matching pairs of symbols. And, indeed, 8 Floor Games' collection of Mahjong titles with their three star challenges, limited special abilities, and...

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    Review The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 5 - No Going Back

    The long and winding road

    Back in July, when Telltale’s critically acclaimed The Wolf Among Us wrapped up its first season, The Walking Dead was only at its halfway point – but the developer has raced to Season Two’s finale since then. As those of you that are familiar with the series will already know, this second set of episodes puts you...

  • News Yay, PSN's Delayed Scheduled Maintenance Returns Today

    Don't worry, you'll be able to play online

    We suppose that we should give Sony credit for delaying the PlayStation Network’s previously planned maintenance after Sunday’s outage – even if it was only for a few days. The platform holder has announced that Monday’s postponed preservation period will now take place later today in both

  • News PS4 Faves Watch Dogs and Sniper Elite III Discounted in European PSN Sale

    Count the pennies

    If you’re in the market for a new PlayStation 4 game to keep you occupied while you wait patiently for Destiny’s release next month, then you may want to take note of Sony’s latest PlayStation Network sale. While there aren’t a great number of discounted next-gen releases to pick from, Watch Dogs at £39.99 with an extra 10...

  • Store Update 27th August 2014 (Europe)

    Seeing neon

    As is the case in North America, there’s a metric ton to look forward to on the European PlayStation Store this week. Fetch leads the way in Sucker Punch’s 80s infused superhero spin-off inFAMOUS: First Light, but there’s also Metro Redux and

  • Store Update 26th August 2014 (North America)

    Heavy hitters

    It’s an absolutely gigantic week on the North American PlayStation Store this time, especially for the PlayStation 4. Highlights undoubtedly include retail releases Madden NFL 15 and Metro Redux, but Sucker Punch’s superhero spin-off inFAMOUS: First Light deserves a mention as well. Other new arrivals include sidescrolling...

  • News PSN Temporarily Offline Again as Attacks Ramp Up Once More

    Platform holder reports 'minor' connectivity issues

    If you assumed that the PlayStation Network was safe following Sunday’s outage, then you were wrong, as it appears to have collapsed again. Lizard Squad, the group responsible for last week’s downtime, is claiming responsibility for another DDoS attack, whic

  • News The Scheduled PSN Maintenance Has Been Postponed After Yesterday's Outage

    Crisis averted

    Golly, that was an intense 24 hours, wasn't it? As you're no doubt aware, the PlayStation Network went down yesterday after a particularly nasty DDoS attack. If you didn't lay witness to the carnage, rest assured that several were justifiably peeved at the online service's intermittent blackout. Thankfully, the outage didn't last...

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    Review CounterSpy

    From Russia with regret

    CounterSpy is a strange beast. Developed by fledgling studio Dynamighty, it's an ambitious game that strives to bridge the gap between 2D and 3D stealth, while also attempting to juggle randomly generated levels. And while it plays host to some truly unique mechanics, and consistently brilliant presentation, it's...

  • News Sony Executive's Flight Rerouted Following Alleged Bomb Threat


    This isn’t a story that we expected to be writing on what should be a slow Sunday, but there are reports that Sony Online Entertainment chief John Smedley’s flight has been rerouted following bomb threats by the same group claiming responsibility for today’s PlaySt

  • News No Personal Information Has Been Accessed in PlayStation Network Outage

    Hack job

    Well, this is all starting to seem eerily familiar now, isn’t it? There were signs earlier today that the PlayStation Network was coming back online as planned – we even logged in for a few fleeting moments – but the service hasn’t returned quite as quickly as we anticipated. In fact, it’s been out for nearing 12 hours now,...

  • News Is PSN Offline? Yes, and the Scheduled Maintenance Doesn't Start Until Tomorrow

    All services currently down

    We know that Sony’s planning to run some Bank Holiday tests on the PlayStation Network, but the manufacturer’s servers appear to have come crashing down a day early. While status reports from the Japanese giant claim that its online platform is currently up and running, we can’t log in using any of our consoles in...

  • News A Bank Holiday's Coming, So Sony's Pulling the PSN Offline

    Maintaining scheduled maintenance tradition

    As has become a frighteningly frequent occurrence of late, Sony’s decided to run some mandatory maintenance on the PlayStation Network – during a Bank Holiday weekend. Those of you living in the UK will probably be looking forward to a full three days away from work right now, but you may not be able...

  • News The Walking Dead: Season Two Stumbles to a Conclusion Next Week

    Still keeping that hair short

    Regular readers will know that this editor has spent the past few months desperately trying to catch up on Telltale’s episodic adaptation of The Walking Dead. Well, your humble host recently finished Season Two, Episode Four, which means that he’s ready for the finale. And best of all, the misery will unfold from...

  • Feature 21 of the Most Awful PlayStation Network Avatars

    Fashion disaster

    Buzzfeed is so ridiculous that it’s already broken the fourth wall and started parodying itself, but there’s definitely a degree of entertainment to be derived from human stupidity. While we’re not diving down that rabbit hole, we thought that it was time to pad out the post-Gamescom

  • Store Update 20th August 2014 (Europe)

    Name's Spy, CounterSpy

    It’s all espionage and beating bad guys over the head with clubs on the PlayStation 4 this week, with CounterSpy and Hotline Miami both deploying as cross-buy releases. Other new arrivals include vibrant platformer The Last Tinker: City of Colours and weedy third-person shooter Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.

  • Store Update 19th August 2014 (North America)

    Reaper of souls

    It’s a gigantic week in the PlayStation Nation, with more new arrivals than we possible have space to list in this increasingly unnecessary pre-amble paragraph. Highlights include cross-buy espionage adventure CounterSpy, hotly anticipated sequel Tales of Xillia 2, and expanded re-release Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition. Let's...

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    Review Hohokum

    Tripping the light fantastic

    Whenever we played British developer Honeyslug’s latest game Hohokum at conventions and the like, our biggest issue was quite simply explaining the experience to others. What exactly is the vibrant title starring a multicoloured worm all about? Is it art? How do you play it? Heck, what do you even do? Having spent...

  • Video Watch As We Recap July's Best PlayStation Games

    Viva la France

    We almost, almost ran this pre-amble through Google Translate and posted it up in French. In fact, your humble host’s pointer finger was hovering over the publish button, but we’ve decided to switch back to the English version. Why change language in the first place? Well, because this video editor is currently swatting flies...

  • Store Update 13th August 2014 (Europe)

    Beware the Unknown

    While we are busy typing like a bunch of monkeys for Gamescom, you can already get your hands on one of the event's announcements. Ready to scare you silly is the PlayStation 4 demo of P.T., a horror title that Sony (and a certain Hideo Kojima) wants you to experience yourselves rather than ruin the surprise. You can also hit the...

  • Store Update 12th August 2014 (North America)

    Sit back, relax, and play

    New titles are being announced thick and fast this week at Gamescom, but that doesn't mean that the games of the future should overshadow the games of now. We have a fantastic offering on the North American PlayStation Store this week, including the colourful Hohokum and Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition. Let's make an...

  • Game of the Month July 2014 - The Last of Us Remastered

    Your record is broken

    They may be the spores of yore, but it’s no surprise that The Last of Us Remastered has clouded our minds since its release last week. Technically an August launch in Europe, we figured that we’d classify it in this version of Game of the Month because, well, we don’t have any hard rules for this sort of thing and just...

  • Store Update 6th August 2014 (Europe)

    Don't go breaking my chart

    It’s the sizeable roster of free PlayStation Plus titles that are likely to keep you occupied this week, with the European PlayStation Store update playing host to new Instant Game Collection arrivals Metrico and Road Not Taken. Elsewhere, highlights include The Swapper and Table Top Racing, as well as the standalone...

  • Store Update 5th August 2014 (North America)

    Got, got, swap

    It’s another big week for Sony’s trio of systems on the North American PlayStation Store, with Road Not Taken, The Swapper, Metrico, and Table Top Racing all leading the lineup. Those of you looking to the future may like to plonk down a pre-order on LittleBigPlanet 3 or

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    Review Table Top Racing

    Micro machines

    There’s something enjoyable about viewing the world through the lens of tiny eyes. Codemasters’ legendary Mega Drive adaptation of Galoob’s popular Micro Machines toys cottoned onto this, allowing you to race around workbench surfaces and cereal encrusted breakfast bars. Table Top Racing, a PlayStation Vita port of Playrise...


  • News Survive the Summer with Scorching European PS4, PS3, and Vita Savings

    Sweat shop

    Sony seems fairly fond of gigantic cross-platform sales these days, and this latest summer offering looks set to turn up the temperature yet again. While not exactly loaded with hot deals, there are some worthwhile savings within this list that will likely tempt you into parting with your hard-earned cash. Alas, you’ll probably want...

  • News The Stealthy CounterSpy Infiltrates All PlayStation Consoles Next Month

    No box included

    We love release dates here at Push Square, and even more so when they sneak up behind us without warning. Dynamighty's CounterSpy passes all of its stealth checks, as its arrival has crept up on us like a particularly efficient spy. Blending together gun-toting action along with tactical espionage, this side-scroller will arrive on...

  • Store Update 30th July 2014 (Europe)

    Big break

    Make no mistake: The Last of Us Remastered is the big new addition to the European PlayStation Store this week. Alas, we’re running out of Joel and Ellie flavoured thumbnail images at this point, so we figured that we better rack up a Pure Pool picture instead. Chalk it up to variety. Sorry. PlayStation 4: Pure Pool Price: £

  • Store Update 29th July 2014 (North America)

    After all we've been through

    It perhaps won’t surprise you to learn that The Last of Us Remastered represents the biggest addition to the PlayStation Store this week. The title’s launching alongside a list of multiplayer add-ons longer than heroine Ellie’s entire body, so get ready to spend a little extra if you like cosmetic competitive...

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    Review Might & Magic: Duel of Champions - Forgotten Wars

    Pay £7.99 for tagline

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that Might & Magic: Duel of Champions - Forgotten Wars is some kind of trading card video game, but that’s short-sighted. No, it’s an investment opportunity of a lifetime – a chance to hand out huge amounts of money in return for digital versions of cards that your other half probably...

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    Review Rogue Legacy

    Castle smashers

    There are plenty of brutal indies that'll put your dexterity to the test on Sony platforms. The likes of Spelunky and Cloudberry Kingdom represent a somewhat niche, but addictive genre. However, Rogue Legacy, a title that blends platforming and simple combat with role-playing mechanics, is perhaps one of the most inspired that we've...

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    Review DayD Tower Rush


    You can’t swing a cat these days without hitting several tower defence games, and as a result it’s become increasingly difficult for new arrivals in the genre to stand out from the crowd. DayD Tower Rush is one such title, which, after trying its luck on iOS last year, has decided to peddle its mix of dinosaurs, time travel, and...

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    Review Another World

    Back off, man. I'm a scientist

    A tiny team of developers with an independent spirit and a vision of creating a game that’s inspired by classic science fiction may seem like a description of Push Square’s E3 2014 Game of the Show, but it could just as easily be applied to Another World. Yet, while Sean Murray of Hello Games talked about creating...

  • News Wait, People Are Still Going on About the Infamous PSN Hack?

    You may get a free game out of it

    Few could forget the infamous PlayStation Network hack. It was a time of sorrow, solitary gaming, and some serious FUD from major publications. And it’s a story that’s still running to this very day, as Sony has just agreed to settle a $15 million class action lawsuit – which could net you a free game if you...

  • Store Update 23rd July 2014 (Europe)

    Mass exoddus

    Ever had one of those days where every single thing except the sky caving in goes wrong – and then, just to top it all off, your office chair falls to bits? Yeah, us neither – but the bit about the seat was true. So, here we are, writing the European PlayStation Store update on our hands and knees. No, there aren’t any suitable...

  • Store Update 22nd July 2014 (North America)

    Smell you later

    PlayStation veterans are in for a treat this week, as Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is set to bring a funny whiff to Sony’s shiny black box. The remake of popular PSone classic Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee – which has forever tainted this editor’s ability to spell ‘odyssey’ – carries a premium price point at $29.99, but has...

  • News PSN Offline for Some as Bungie Deploys Destiny Beta Codes for PS4

    What the heck does 'E-820001F7' mean?

    We’ve been sat waiting for our Destiny beta code to appear all day, so it’s not exactly surprising that the PlayStation Network has collapsed mere moments after the first batch have gone out. Sony’s online status page notes that it’s “currently experiencing high volume and users may experience issues...

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    Review Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death

    Love island

    What’s a girl to do? Her man’s taking his sweet time proposing to her, and she’s getting bored of waiting for him. You could probably think of any number of sensible courses of action in this situation, none of which involve picking up a book on witchcraft so that you can perform a love spell. Still, in PlayStation 3 puzzler Sacra...

  • Store Update 16th July 2014 (Europe)

    Something good

    Much like its North American counterpart, this week’s European PlayStation Store update has a nice summer feel; in other words, there’s so little on offer that you may actually be forced to head outside and enjoy the warm weather. If that’s a frightening prospect for you, there are a few worthwhile additions this week, including...

  • Store Update 15th July 2014 (North America)


    We hope that you haven’t cleared your backlog yet, because there’s not a whole lot to get excited about in this week’s North American PlayStation Store update. Gory twin-stick shooter Crimsonland is arguably the most noteworthy addition, while artsy sidescroller Abyss Odyssey is also up for grabs. We’re convinced that the latter...

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    Review Constant C

    Inconsistent C

    Constant C is a new puzzle platformer from International Games System. In it, you control a robot that awakes from a slumber of sorts on a space station where time has seemingly stopped. What’s the cause of this? How do you fix it? Through the course of the game, you acquire abilities that allow you to manipulate gravity in order to...

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    Review The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 - Cry Wolf

    Every dog has its day

    So, this is it. We’ve finally made it to the end of protagonist Bigby Wolf’s investigation into the murder of a Fabletown resident that began some eight months ago. It’s been one hell of a journey, with plot twists, surprising levels of violence, and acts so unspeakable that Walt Disney would turn in his grave if he knew...

  • Store Update 9th July 2014 (Europe)

    Bite me

    There are a couple of unexpected additions to the European PlayStation Store this week, with both 1920s trumpet-a-thon Jazz: Trump’s Journey and ghoulish bicycle simulation Skeleton Rider pedalling onto the PlayStation Vita. Other anticipated additions include season finale

  • Store Update 8th July 2014 (North America)

    A different place

    You’ll finally be entering Another World with this week’s North American PlayStation Store update, so don’t forget to stock up on sodas – and the odd strategy guide or two. Accompanying the re-release of Delphine Software’s timeless classic is whiffy puzzler MouseCraft and manga tie-in One Piece: Unlimited World Red. What...

  • DLC Review Is Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn's £24.99 Complete Bundle DLC Worth the Cost?

    Heavy metal

    Let's start with the obvious: when you've just coughed up around £30 for a game only to find that there's a £24.99 DLC bundle ready and waiting on the PlayStation Store from day one, it's hard not to feel a little robbed. Sure, it's stuff that adds to the core game, but you probably haven't even had the chance to shoot down your...

  • Game of the Month June 2014 - Valiant Hearts: The Great War

    Wartime winner

    We're now deep into the summer months, and 2014's hottest season has thankfully provided some sizzling titles so far. Last month's selection may have been lacking in blockbusters, but we ended up giving out a slew of high scores to a bunch of vastly different games. Alas, as you've probably already guessed, Ubisoft's picturesque...

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    Review Resogun: Heroes

    Holding out for a hero

    It’s a statement that’s rapidly approaching cliché territory, but Housemarque’s cylindrical shooter Resogun is still the PlayStation 4’s best game. That’s not a slight against the software library that Sony’s next-gen system has amassed over the past six months or so – although we’re sure that many would like...

  • News The Wolf Among Us Reveals Itself in Season Finale Next Week

    That's a wrap

    While we pride ourselves on our biting commentary here at Push Square, this editor is unable to tell you anything about the fifth episode of The Wolf Among Us, which is set to launch on the PlayStation 3 next week. That’s primarily because this humble author still hasn’t played the second instalment, and we’re assuming that the...

  • Store Update 2nd July 2014 (Europe)

    One spicy meatball

    Games bring all of the boys and girls to the PlayStation Store, and there’s plenty to look forward to as part of this week’s European refresh. We suspect that the tasty treat at the top of your wishlist will be the hard-to-type PlayStation 4 re-release Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition, but the Vita version of the...

  • Store Update 1st July 2014 (North America)

    Quick, catch up

    July has somehow already arrived with gusto – and Sony has deployed a brand new batch of PlayStation Store goodies to celebrate. Yes, we’re a little late with North America’s latest update, but sports organisers will insist on running the World Cup and Wimbledon at the same time. Thank heavens this only happens once every four...

  • News Just About Every Japanese Game You Can Think of Has Been Discounted in This Massive EU PSN Sale

    Gifts from the East

    Fancy nabbing some great Japanese games for your PlayStation 3 or Vita? Kicking off today in Europe, the PlayStation Store is discounting a frankly ridiculous amount of Eastern titles. The bountiful sale will last two weeks, so there's thankfully plenty of time to pick and choose your favourites. From almost every Final Fantasy...


  • News The Swapper Will Be Invading All of Your Sony Consoles This Summer

    Clones 'R' Us

    Our wallets love cross-buy titles. Not only can you play them on the go, but if you have yet to make the transition to the PlayStation 4, you won't find yourself having to shell out a few months later. We suppose that there's always a worry that the next-gen version may have been downgraded to meet its less powerful siblings, but the...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 30

    Gaming with the window open

    It's been a long and warm Summer week for this Associate Editor. Android-like boss Sammy abandoned his post to run away on a lovely country holiday, but we've somehow made it through without the site catching fire or exploding — and you know what that means. Indeed, it's time to set aside your worries and relax by...

  • Store Update 25th June 2014 (Europe)

    Explore strange new worlds

    This week is all about adventure on the European PSN store, which is perfect for those wishing the holidays could start early before the knock out rounds of the World Cup. Will you be visiting the past with Valiant Hearts: The Great War or will you be taking a trip to the future with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn? If a...

  • News July's PS Plus Update Slashes with Strider and Teases with TowerFall Ascension on PS4

    Dead Space 3, Vessel, and LEGO Batman 2 bring up the rear

    Hold onto your hats, because July's PlayStation Plus update has been officially announced. As rumours suggested, Capcom's slick slash-'em-up Strider and intense indie TowerFall Ascension make up the upcoming month's PlayStation 4 offering. Elsewhere, the ageing PS3 gets scary with the...

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