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  • News Sonic's Pals Suck So SEGA Wants You to Make Your Own

    Sonic Forces to sport complete, er, character creator

    Sonic Forces will allow you to create your own custom member of the Blue Blur’s world-saving crew. Wait, what? Seriously, the third pillar of Sonic Team’s latest will allow you to fashion your own anthropomorphic hero to fight alongside Tails, Knuckles, et al. You’ll then take your avatar...


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    Review Puyo Puyo Tetris

    Top of the pops

    In a year that's continuously exceeded expectations, you weren't going to bet against Puyo Puyo Tetris being anything less than outstanding, were you? SEGA's gaudy puzzle-'em-up is a real joy, blending the breakneck brick building of Tetris with the more methodical splotch popping of the less-popular Puyo Puyo – sometimes on the...

  • News Everyone Is Talking About Alien Isolation 2

    And how it does or doesn't exist

    There's a column in Official PlayStation Magazine called Rumour Machine, and we always thought it was common knowledge that its contents were either completely fabricated or based upon Internet speculation. But in the latest issue it hinted that Creative Assembly is working on Alien Isolation 2, which resulted in a...

  • News Sonic Forces' Classic Gameplay Doesn't Exactly Inspire Confidence

    And the Sonic Cycle starts anew

    The problem with Sonic Mania looking and playing so good is that this Classic Sonic gameplay – one of the three gameplay pillars in the upcoming Sonic Forces – seems redundant in comparison. Not only does it look like a fan project built with Unity assets, but the physics appear to follow in the footsteps of the...

  • News A New Yakuza Game Is In Development, May Not Star Kazuma Kiryu

    Sleeping dragon

    The Yakuza series isn't one to take a break, and although protagonist Kazuma Kiryu's story comes to an end in Yakuza 6 - due out over here in 2018 - series general director Toshihiro Nagoshi has confirmed that another game is currently in the works. According to a translation of Nagoshi's comments by Gematsu, the eccentric developer...

  • News Yakuza Kiwami Goes Back to the Beginning on 29th August

    Pre-order for a steelbook case

    We're all massive Yakuza fanboys here at Push Square Towers, and we're not ashamed to admit it. The good news is that, with the release of Yakuza 0, there are now a lot more followers of Kazuma Kiryu and crew than there used to be, which means you may be excited to learn that Yakuza Kiwami is launching on 29th August...


  • News Valkyria Revolution Deploys from 27th June on PS4, Vita

    A new chronicle

    It may not be the console sequel to Valkyria Chronicles that many asked for, but action role-playing game Valkyria Revolution will arrive on Western shores on 27th June in North America and 30th June in Europe. The game will be available both physically and digitally on the PlayStation 4, while you'll be able to purchase a digital...

  • News Sonic Forces to Span Three Types of Gameplay

    Modern, Classic, and...?

    Sonic Forces was formally announced this week after being teased late last year. The title – which is coming to the PlayStation 4 this holiday care of Sonic Team's new Hedgehog 2 engine – will span three different types of gameplay: Modern Sonic, Classic Sonic, and one as of yet to be revealed. Any guesses what that...

  • News Sonic Mania Says Goodbye Spring, Hello Summer

    Bad Eggman

    The Year of Dreams™ has taken a temporary blow, as Sonic Mania has been pushed out of its Spring release window and into the Summer instead. It's only a matter of months, of course – and should result in an overall better product. The delay was confirmed at SXSW earlier today, where SEGA also showed off the first footage of Flying...

  • News Sonic Forces Is Looking Kinda Rad in First Footage

    Full-blown Sonic set to release 2017 on PS4

    Sonic Forces! That's the name of the game previously referred to as Project Sonic 2017 which was announced during that sh*tshow of a livestream last year. And the first gameplay footage shown at SXSW earlier this evening is looking… Pretty rad. It's a speedy, set-piece laden sequence – but the visuals...

  • News Fuuuuu! Flying Battery Zone's Music Makes Its Comeback in Sonic Mania


    It's up there with the best music in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, so we're super excited to see Flying Battery Zone make its grand comeback with some remixed audio in Sonic Mania. Just listen to this masterpiece? Choon! Bwoydem light up the room!


  • Rumour Shenmue HD Will Search for Sailors This Year

    The day the snow turned to rain

    A remastered version of Shenmue and its sequel will apparently release this year, according to a "trusted" Atlus source who spoke to Rice Digital. The two games will apparently deploy as a single package rather than separately, and are being prepared ahead of the release of Shenmue III, which is currently slated for...

  • News Sonic 2017 and Sonic Mania Details Are Speeding Your Way Soon

    Rolling around

    Sonic the Hedgehog's picking up the pace this year, with SEGA supposedly bringing two titles to the PlayStation 4. The project known as 'Sonic 2017' has been kept under wraps since it was originally announced last year, while Sonic Mania, based on what we've seen so far, is looking like the return to form that the blue blur has been...

  • News Now's Your Chance to Catch Up on All the Yakuza Games

    Feeling Japanese

    At long last, the Yakuza series has stepped out of its underground mire and into the mainstream, which means that it's a perfect time for you to polish off Yakuza 0 and pick up every entry in the series. And here's the ideal opportunity: one quick-thinking retailer has ordered retail reprints of the entire series thus far, meaning...

  • News Puyo Puyo Tetris Drops onto PS4 from 25th April

    Just one more line

    Puyo Puyo Tetris – better known as the greatest game of all time – will line up on the PlayStation 4 from 25th April in North America and 28th April in Europe. The game – which fuses bubble popping with tetromino bopping – will only be available physically on the PS4 due to licensing issues, which is a shame because this...


  • Feature 5 Reasons Why Kazuma Kiryu Is the Hardest Man on PlayStation

    Don't mess

    There's no point in denying it: we have a massive man-crush on Yakuza protagonist Kazuma Kiryu here at Push Square. We've known the guy since the days of the PlayStation 2, and our admiration seems to grow with every new Yakuza title that makes its way to Western shores. For the heathens among you who don't know who Kazuma Kiryu is,...

  • News SEGA Drops a Magical Sound Shower on Spotify

    Oldies but happies

    Phwoar, here's one for those of you who wished you lived in an alternate universe where SEGA still made consoles and your humble host had founded a Dreamcast 3 fansite named Chao Bella instead of Push Square: the publisher has dropped a slew of classic choons on Spotify. All you need to do is search for the artist 'SEGA' and...

  • News Yakuza 0 Grabs Free DLC and a Launch Trailer


    Hey, Yakuza 0 is out today, and we highly recommend it. The PlayStation 4 exclusive has seemingly pushed the niche series into the corner of the mainstream eye for the first time in forever, and as far as we're concerned, any success that it finds is well deserved. The game's launch trailer is short but sweet, showing off all the stuff...

  • Video Cash in with Two Hours of Yakuza 0 PS4 Gameplay


    We've already established that Yakuza 0 is basically the second best thing on Earth after a big bowl of ramen, but perhaps you still need some convincing. Well, we played through two hours of the title live on our YouTube channel last night, and we've archived the stream above for your on-demand viewing pleasure. Sold yet?

  • Video Four of the Best Minigames in Yakuza 0 on PS4

    Totally dumb fun

    The Yakuza series has always revelled in ridiculous minigames - and Yakuza 0 has the best selection of the bunch. Seriously, you can spend hours at a time hopping from one activity to the next, but in our latest video, we've tried to narrow down our four favourite time sinks. We'll warn you now, though - some of this footage won't...

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    Review Yakuza 0


    The Yakuza series is one of PlayStation's most overlooked gems, especially here in the West. Unashamedly Japanese in its tone, humour, and storytelling, it's an undoubtedly niche property, but that's what makes it so different to just about everything else on today's market. Best described as an action role-playing game, Yakuza 0 is a...

  • News Puyo Puyo Tetris Clears Lines with Western PS4 Release

    Build 'em up

    The best news to come out of Nintendo's Switch reveal event? Puyo Puyo Tetris is getting a Western release on the PlayStation 4. There is a catch, though: the game will only be available physically on Sony's console -- presumably due to some licensing issues. It'll cost you $29.99. For those unfamiliar, this game crosses Puyo Puyo...

  • Hands On Yakuza 0 Proves the Series Still Packs One Hell of a Punch on PS4

    80s revival

    Kazuma Kiryu knows how to have a good time. The Yakuza series' central protagonist likes to run around red light districts kicking the absolute crap out of anyone that gets in his way, and then when's he's cracked enough skulls for one night, he hits the nearest karaoke bar to belt out a few bangers. Just 20 years old in Yakuza 0, Kaz...

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    Review Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone

    Tone stop believin'

    2015's Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X was a little bit of a departure for the long-running rhythm game series. Rather than adhering to the traditional, gameplay-focused framework of the franchise set up in earlier instalments, X thrust players into a sugary sweet narrative starring the popular virtual popstar and her equally...

  • News SEGA Raises Hopes with Shenmue HD Domain Registration

    Snow turns to rain

    The 'will they, won't they' saga surrounding Shenmue HD is becoming as drawn out as Ryo Hazuki's revenge, but SEGA Europe has raised hopes by registering a domain for the aforementioned compilation. According to the Who Is data, the publisher bought back in September, perhaps suggesting that PlayStation 4 ports of...


  • News English Puyo Puyo Tetris Trophies Tease Western Release

    From Russia with love

    It's happening? SEGA has expressed interest in releasing multiplayer puzzle mash-up Puyo Puyo Tetris in the West, and now a batch of English language Trophies have appeared online. To be clear, these could be related to the popular title's impending Asian debut, but there's hope that the publisher may have navigated the red...

  • News SEGA's Having Fun with Yakuza 0's Promotional Trailers

    Business card battles

    What in the world is this? SEGA's released probably the stupidest video in the history of the company – and yes, we've seen those old Japanese Sonic the Hedgehog ads. This clip is designed to promote Yakuza 0's Business Edition, which can be yours if you pre-order the title in North America ahead of its January launch. The...

  • News Here's a Look at the Bone-Crunching Combat of Yakuza 0 on PS4

    Brutally beautiful

    You don't know the joy of the Yakuza games until you've pulled off one of Kazuma Kiryu's disgustingly bad ass heat moves. Fortunately, SEGA's released a new trailer for Yakuza 0, which is full of the things. Watching them isn't quite as satisfying as actually using them, but you'll at least get a sense for the brutality that...

  • News Valkyria Revolution Invades the West on PS4, Vita Next Year

    On the march

    Hey, SEGA is on a bit of a roll these days isn't it? Well, relatively speaking. The Japanese publisher has announced that with the help of Deep Silver, it'll be bringing Valkyria Revolution West in spring 2017, and it'll be marching onto both PlayStation 4 and Vita. What's not to like? For those out of the loop, Revolution ditches...

  • PSX 2016 We're Now Getting Three New Yakuza Games on PS4 Here in the West

    Yakuza 6 and Yakuza: Kiwami both confirmed

    When it rains it pours, as they say. We already know that Yakuza 0, the prequel starring a younger Kazuma Kiryu set in the 80s, is coming West in January next year on PlayStation 4. However, earlier today at Sony's PlayStation Experience press conference, the company revealed that both full-blown...



  • News Sonic Mania Continues to Shine in PS4 Gameplay Video

    Come for the footage, stay for the sexual tension

    You get more than you may be bargaining for in this Kinda Funny playthrough of Sonic Mania. First up, the video includes all-new footage of a brand new zone – Mirage Saloon – as well as the first gameplay of both Knuckles and Tails, who appear to function the same as their Mega Drive...

  • News Yakuza 6 Scores a Snazzy PS4 Hardware Bundle

    But it ain't a PS4 Pro

    We're not entirely convinced that we understand Sony's decision to promote the PlayStation 4 Slim ahead of the impending PS4 Pro, but we're sure that it's all part of some masterplan. Nevertheless, the platform holder will be spotlighting the diminutive device ahead of its triple-tiered brother for the release of Yakuza 6,...

  • News Yakuza 0 Trailer Shows Why You Don't Mess with Goro Majima

    Keep one eye open

    Mad dog Majima is back as one of two playable characters in Yakuza 0, and the PlayStation 4 exclusive's latest trailer highlights the story behind this deadly gangster boss. As you'd expect of the superb series, the narrative teasers that are dropped in the video seem mighty promising, and quite frankly, we can't wait to get...

  • News Get Your Glow Sticks Ready for Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live

    Punch the air

    Pigtailed popstar Hatsune Miku will be gate-crashing the PlayStation VR party come 13th October, as SEGA has announced that Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live will launch alongside Sony's innovative new accessory. Essentially an interactive concert, the virtual reality experience will enable you to push to the front of the crowd, waving...



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    Review Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

    It's got the X-Factor

    One of the songs in the brand new rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, is called Holy Lance Explosion Boy, and it's about an unsettlingly young boy accidentally getting someone pregnant, featuring lines like: "This 0.02mm barrier is seriously getting annoying." If the thought of a kawaii, virtual boy's condom splitting...

  • Feature Three Reasons Why Sonic Mania on PS4 Will Be Rad

    Sonic Cycle be damned

    Let's start by dealing with the talking hedgehog in the room, huh? The lighting in the video you'll find above is… Pretty bad. We'd love to say that we unleashed our inner-Super Sonic and somehow turned our skin a subtle shade of Simpsons yellow, but as amateurs we just completely cocked up the colour grading both at source...

  • News SEGA Wants All Numbered Yakuza Games on PS4

    But no firm plans right now

    Are you eager to get into the Yakuza franchise but not sure where to get started? Series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi has hinted that SEGA wants to bring all numbered entries to the PlayStation 4 following the success of the first game's remake, Yakuza Kiwami. This means that the publisher wants to find a way to port...


  • News Yakuza 0 Parties Exclusively on PS4 from 24th January

    Acceptable in the eighties

    If confirmation of Yakuza 6's release date in Japan has left you battling the green-eyed monster, then we come with good news: Yakuza 0, the series' 80s spin-off, will deploy on 24th January exclusively on the PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe. Just so we're clear, that's not a pager vibrating in your pocket –...

  • News PS4 Sequel Yakuza 6 Rips Off Its Shirt on 8th December in Japan

    Feel the Heat

    Kazuma Kiryu's story will finally come to a conclusion in Yakuza 6 on 8th December in Japan, publisher SEGA has announced. The long-awaited sequel was dated during an event overnight, and you can watch the game's epic release date trailer below. This is the first entry in the series to be natively developed with the PlayStation 4 in...

  • News Oh Right, Sonic the Hedgehog's Spin-Dashing LEGO Dimensions

    Put a ring on it

    Considerably less exciting than the upcoming Sonic Mania, it's been confirmed after months of rumours and teasing that Sonic the Hedgehog will be joining the roster of Warner Bros' increasingly weird licensed love-in, LEGO Dimensions. The blue blur will be available as part of a level pack which will allow you to speed through some...

  • News Sonic Mania Is the PS4 Sequel You've Spent Your Adult Life Yearning For

    Spin master

    After the godawful Sonic the Hedgehog 4, it looks like SEGA has finally figured out a way of making a 2D Sonic title befitting of the Blue Blur's legacy. Due out on the PlayStation 4 next year, Sonic Mania looks like it's fallen straight out of the mid-90s, with "happening" electro tunes and some "lit" sprite work. GameSpot's stumbled...

  • News Sonic Sprints onto PS4 in Two New Games


    The blue blur has been MIA on PlayStation platforms since 2011's Sonic Generations – or, if we're counting spin-offs, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed in 2012. Over the last 14 years, SEGA has been working closely with Nintendo to bring exclusive Sonic games to their consoles, including Sonic Lost World, Mario & Sonic at the...


  • E3 2016 Rip Off Your Shirt and Watch Yakuza 0's Latest Trailer

    Like a dragon

    Amid all of the new announcements, we almost – emphasis: almost – forgot about Yakuza 0, the 80s-inspired entry in the cult Ryu ga Gotoku franchise. But to whet your appetite ahead of the PlayStation 4 exclusive's early 2017 release – and because everyone needs a little Kazuma Kiryu in their lives – here's the title's latest...

  • News Learn Why Shenmue Is Held in Such High Regard

    Courage shall determine his fate

    Not going to lie: Shenmue III's reveal almost had your humble host in tears last year. It's a game series that's had a profound effect on this author, as illustrated in this soapbox article. But many who missed out on the original – or perhaps were too young to play it – may not understand why Yu Suzuki's...


  • News The New Valkyria Chronicles Game Hasn't Gone Down Well with RPG Fans

    Game's being changed based on demo feedback

    When Valkyria Chronicles Remastered launched in Japan, it came with a playable demo of the next title in the series, Valkyria: Azure Revolution. If you've been keeping up to date with this one, you'll know that Azure Revolution is trying a lot of new things; judging from the gameplay that we've seen, it...

  • News Valkyria Chronicles Soundtrack Mobilises on iTunes for the First Time Outside Japan

    "Squad 7, move out!"

    You might have missed it amid the excitement over Uncharted 4, Doom and Overwatch, but Sega launched Valkyria Chronicles Remastered on the PS4 recently. A loving re-release of one of the finest PS3 exclusives, this new offering is accompanied by the first western release of the game's excellent soundtrack, composed by the...

  • News SEGA Wants Shenmue HD on PS4 As Much As You Do

    And thus the saga begins

    Shenmue III is in active development for the PlayStation 4, but many of you have never played the Dreamcast originals. Talk of high-definition remasters of Shenmue and Shenmue II have been swirling since the PlayStation 3 days, but have never come to fruition. However, the publisher has reiterated that it's "investigating"...

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    Review Valkyria Chronicles Remastered

    Tanks for the memories

    When Valkyria Chronicles launched on the PlayStation 3 in 2008, it was a breath of fresh air. A solid strategy title bolstered by a lovingly crafted watercolour art style, it was hit with critics, and quickly amassed a reasonably niche, but enthusiastic following. Fans of the original will be quick to recommend Valkyria...






  • Soapbox Why I Love Shenmue

    Sammy Barker recalls his history with Yu Suzuki's hit series

    Republished on Thursday, 31st December 2015: We're bringing this article back from the archives as we look back at some of Push Square's features from 2015. The original text follows. Originally published on Thursday, 16th July 2015: I don't remember the day that the snow turned to...

  • News Valkyria Chronicles Is Looking Anything But Sketchy on PS4

    Drawing lines

    Legendary SEGA strategy game Valkyria Chronicles is making a move to the PlayStation 4 in Japan next year, and the publisher has released the remastered version's first trailer to celebrate. In truth, the PlayStation 3 classic doesn't look like it's aged one bit – hopefully a Western date is deployed soon.

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    Review Yakuza 5

    Gangster's paradise

    Should the long awaited Yakuza 5 prove to be the PlayStation 3's swan song, there couldn't be a more fitting release. Like the last-gen system itself, the latest instalment in SEGA's seedy soap opera is occasionally convoluted and slow to get started, but it's deeply entertaining all the same. It may have taken series protagonist...

  • News Yakuza: Kiwami Lands an Extreme Eight Minute Trailer

    Gangster's paradise

    It's been an amazing week for the underrated Yakuza series, with Yakuza 5 launching on the PlayStation 3, Yakuza Zero being announced for Western release, Yakuza 6 landing its first trailer… And now Yakuza: Kiwami, the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 remake of Yakuza, scoring an eight minute story trailer. Are you keeping up?...

  • News Yakuza 6 Looks Drop Dead Gorgeous on PS4

    Oh, Kamurocho

    Yakuza 6 is the first entry in SEGA's seedy series to be developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4, and this tech trailer demonstrates just how far the visuals have advanced as a consequence. Shown during a 10th anniversary commemoration event in a Tokyo theatre overnight, the video gives us a good look at Kamurocho's rain stricken...

  • News Yakuza Zero May Not Release in Europe on PS4

    Feeling the Heat

    Yakuza Zero practically had the Push Square office on its feet when it was announced for the PlayStation 4 at PlayStation Experience 2015 last week – but there's bad news for those of you in Europe. SEGA's said that the game is only confirmed for North America right now, despite a trailer mentioning the Old Word. Apparently that...

  • PSX 2015 Yakuza 0 Confirmed to Be Kicking the Crap Out of Western PS4s

    And Yakuza 5 is out on PS3 next week

    There were cheers in the Push Square office when Yakuza 0 was confirmed for a Western release at the PlayStation Experience. We made a prediction that the latest instalment in the Japanese franchise would travel overseas, but we were cautious in our belief. As it turns out, we were actually bang on the money -...


  • News Valkyria: Azure Revolution Indulges Its Anime Side in PS4 Trailer

    Azure interest dropped?

    Valkyria Chronicles is getting a PlayStation 4 remaster early next year in Japan, which should thrill fans of the underrated PlayStation 3 strategy role-playing game. However, we now know a bit more about its forthcoming follow-up Valkyria: Azure Revolution, which will be set in a separate universe to the trio of Chronicles...

  • News Yakuza Kiwami Returns to Kamurocho on PS4, PS3

    Extreme goodness

    This is just what we needed to liven up our dreary Friday afternoon: footage of Majima Goro dressed as a hostess. SEGA's released a five minute trailer for upcoming Ryu ga Gotoku remake Yakuza Kiwami, which will release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 from 21st January in Japan. The clip takes a look at all of the features in...

  • News Valkyria Chronicles Looks Real Tasty on PS4

    Pencil perfect

    The gaming miracles continue with Valkyria Chronicles Remaster – an upgraded edition of the classic SEGA strategy game with Trophies and 1080p visuals. Set to release on 10th February in Japan, the publisher has deployed the title's official website, which has revealed its boxart alongside a batch of screenshots. And...

  • News SEGA to Deploy Two Valkyria Chronicles Titles on the PS4

    But only announced for Japan at the moment

    Will there ever be a better year for unexpected game announcements? SEGA has revealed that its criminally underrated strategy game Valkyria Chronicles will be receiving a remaster on the PlayStation 4 – but that's not all. The company also announced that an all-new entry, Valkyria of the Blue...


  • News Break Some Faces with Over an Hour of English Yakuza 5 Gameplay

    Killing it in Kamurocho

    Thanks to Sony, we're finally going to be playing Yakuza 5 in the (hopefully) near future. The PlayStation 3 adventure sees series mainstay Kazuma Kiryu once again kicking butt in the seedy Kamurocho, and publisher SEGA's whetted our appetite with over an hour's worth of English footage from the game. Our hosts jump...

  • News SEGA Will See About Shenmue 1 & 2 Re-Release on PS4

    Hope it doesn't change its mind

    It took a record breaking Kickstarter and almost 15 years of fan demand for SEGA to realise that it has a rich legacy that deserves celebrating. In the wake of Shenmue III's reveal, the Japanese publisher has said that it's "looking into" bringing the first two titles in the series to the PlayStation 4. Doesn't the...

  • News Yakuza 5 Feels the Heat in Mid-November on PS3

    Kamurocho's almost go

    Yakuza 5 is still due out on the PlayStation 3 this year, with SEGA attaching a mid-November release window to the oft-requested brawler. The game's currently available to pre-order on Sony's digital plaza, but is tagged with a place holder 31st December launch. "Unfortunately, it's a little later than we would've liked, and...

  • Weirdness Yakuza as a Live Performance Looks Suitably Mental

    The real Dragon of Dojima

    A stage show that the editors of this very site would have paid to see purely for the experience, 'Yakuza' obviously ties in to the fantastic action role-playing game series of the same name. Featuring staple characters such as protagonist Kazuma Kiryu and the crazy Goro Majima, the show was unleashed on the Japanese...

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    Review Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax


    Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax has made the leap West. Released for the Vita and PlayStation 3 eleven months ago in Japan, the assist-based 2D fighter brings together characters from the Dengeki Bunko portfolio in a Sega-themed world to battle against a mysterious, evil force. Featuring 14 playable characters and 23 more cameo...


  • News Your First Look at Yakuza 6 on PS4 Is Impressive

    Gangster's paradise

    Yakuza 6 is being built exclusively for the PlayStation 4, and boy does it show in this first ever video. SEGA debuted the footage during a NicoNico livestream yesterday, and it shows Japanese actor Beat Takeshi's character in all of his new-gen glory. The facial modelling has always been good in the Yakuza games, but this is...

  • TGS 2015 Hatsune Miku Will Look Better Than Ever on PS4

    Tell your world

    Green haired goddess Hatsune Miku is set to strut onto the PlayStation 4 next year, bringing her synthesised vocals along for the ride. And there's good news for the imaginary pop star, as Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone will run at 60 frames-per-second in 1080p on the new-gen machine. The wide eyed singer's dance moves are...

  • TGS 2015 Two New Yakuza Titles Dragon Punch PS4

    Kiryu's coming

    Start those localisation petitions, as SEGA has announced two new Yakuza titles for the PlayStation 4. The first of the reveals is Yakuza: Kiwami, a complete remake of the original game with updated visuals and all-new scenarios. Due out on 21st January, the title will include a demo for Yakuza 6, which will launch exclusively on...

  • News A New Yakuza Game Is Going to Be Announced at TGS, Start Pleading for Localisation Now


    Okay, so we're getting Yakuza 5 in the near future, but there's one problem: it's exclusive to the PlayStation 3. Now, before you say it, no, we're not next-gen snobs, but we are worried that when the title inevitably sells close to bugger all, Sony won't bother funding the localisation of another one. And that's going to be a real kicker,...


  • News Hatsune Miku's Green Locks Groove to PS4, Vita in Project Diva X

    Weekender girl

    Everyone's favourite vocaloid vixen Hatsune Miku will be hitting some high notes on the PlayStation 4 and Vita next year, as Project Diva X struts its stuff to Sony's systems in Japan. Due out on the Japanese giant's handheld format in March 2016 and on the firm's flagship home console in Fall 2016, the title will include a new 'Live...

  • News Shenmue III Causes Spike in Dreamcast Sales

    Yu did it

    Let's not beat around the bush: Sony kind of killed the Dreamcast. Sure, years of atrocious decisions ultimately saw SEGA pull out of the hardware race, but few could deny that the looming juggernaut otherwise known as the PlayStation 2 put the final nail in the underappreciated console's coffin. But with the announcement of Shenmue III...

  • News Yakuza 5 Will Launch with All of Its Japanese DLC Included

    Kamurocho calling

    We're eagerly awaiting a concrete Western release date for Yakuza 5 - which could well be the final PlayStation 3 exclusive that you really should play - and the game's newest video isn't making the wait any easier. Posting on the North American PlayStation Blog, Atlus' John Hardin has detailed a few of the title's finer points,...

  • News Phantasy Star Online 2 Will Embark on a Quest to PS4


    Slowly but surely, the PlayStation 4 is becoming the console for Dreamcast fans. Hot on the heels of Shenmue III's crowd funding success, SEGA has announced that Phantasy Star Online 2 will be coming to the console in 2016. Those of you with long memories may remember the MMO launching on the PlayStation Vita a few years ago, so this...

  • News Yakuza 5 May Be the Last PS3 Exclusive You Must Have

    Let's all go to Kamurocho

    We know that a lot of you love your PlayStation 3, but there's no doubt that the device is on its way out. Several franchises are still launching simultaneously on the last-gen system and the PlayStation 4, of course, but we doubt that there'll be many more exclusives for the machine moving forwards. As such, Yakuza 5 may...


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    Review Tembo the Badass Elephant

    Peanut stutter

    Tembo the Badass Elephant should have been ten tons of fun, but instead it's a steaming pile of missed opportunity. This is Pokémon developer Game Freak's first PlayStation release since surgeon simulation Click Medic deployed in Japan over 15 years ago, and so it carries the weight of industry intrigue for that reason alone. But...

  • News Sonic's New Awful Friend: Shia LaBeouf

    Aaron Webber antics, we presume

    Ever since public relations guy Aaron Webber has returned to SEGA, Sonic the Hedgehog's social media accounts have played host to a selection of memes, self-aimed jokes, and, now, even a video of some of Shia LaBeouf's infamous motivation. Keep in mind that this was posted on the official Sonic the Hedgehog YouTube...

  • News Tembo the Badass Elephant Locks Tusks with PS4 from 21st July

    Mammoth adventure awaits

    Tembo the Badass Elephant, the PlayStation 4 sidescroller from Pokémon developer Game Freak, will extend its trunk to the PlayStation Store from 21st July, publisher SEGA has announced. The game will retail for £9.99/$14.99, but will include a 10 per cent discount for PlayStation Plus subscribers from launch. While it may...

  • News SEGA: We Want to Win Back Gamers' Trust

    Quality over quantity

    SEGA's reputation as a game publisher has been all but completely tarnished over the past ten or so years, thanks to a slew of lacklustre Sonic the Hedgehog sequels and an astoundingly poor job at importing Japanese hits to the Western market. The company seems to be trying to turn things around, though. In an interview with...


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