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Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd (PlayStation 3)

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd (PlayStation 3)

Dancing queen

The musical maven of the digital world returns with the release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd – the second coming of the leading lady and her motley crew in SEGA’s fast-paced, rhythm series. Featuring even more music created through the character’s very own virtual vocals suite, does this sequel hit a high – or a bum...

News: Forget Assassin's Creed, Alien: Isolation's Recent Patch Causes Game Breaking Bugs

Forget Assassin's Creed, Alien: Isolation's Recent Patch Causes Game Breaking Bugs

Oh dear

When it comes to video game glitches, it never rains, but it pours. No doubt you've already seen the David Lynch-inspired monstrosities pouring out of the recently released bug-fest Assassin's Creed: Unity. Well, now reports are emerging that the PlayStation 4 version of Alien: Isolation is experiencing some glitches of its own – albeit of...

Guide: How to Stay Alive in Alien: Isolation on PS4

How to Stay Alive in Alien: Isolation on PS4

Sevastopol survivor

As anyone that’s been chased by an eight foot alien will attest, stayin’ alive ain’t as easy as the Bee Gees once made it sound. However, we’ve been sharpening up our stealth skills in Alien: Isolation on the PlayStation 4 of late, and we’ve got some tips to help you to stay safe on the abandoned Sevastopol space...

Review: Alien: Isolation (PlayStation 4)

Alien: Isolation (PlayStation 4)

RIPley

Creative Assembly’s greatest challenge with Alien: Isolation was always going to be keeping the title’s gruesome game of cat and mouse interesting over the course of a complete campaign – and it would have succeeded, if it knew when to roll the credits. There’s always a cry from money conscious consumers for more content, but SEGA’s...

Round Up: Alien: Isolation PS4 Reviews Hold Their Breath

Alien: Isolation PS4 Reviews Hold Their Breath

Don't make a sound

You’d think that it would be easy to make a game about eight-foot aliens stomping around spaceships. However, if the abysmal Aliens: Colonial Marines taught us anything, it’s that it’s not so straightforward at all. Fortunately, the Creative Assembly has been quietly attempting to write a few wrongs behind its...

TGS 2014: Yakuza Zero Trailer Looks Good on the Dance Floor

Yakuza Zero Trailer Looks Good on the Dance Floor

Looking for a fight, not necessarily romance

We weren’t entirely sure how we felt about SEGA pulling the prequel card with the latest entry in its Japanese gangster series, Yakuza Zero. However, after watching this brand new trailer, we’re totally sold on the concept. It shows protagonists Kazuma Kiryu and Majima Goro strutting around Kamurocho...

News: Get Your Hands Dirty With Yakuza Zero's PS4 Gameplay Trailer

Get Your Hands Dirty With Yakuza Zero's PS4 Gameplay Trailer

Blast from the past

Sega was ready to tease us with more than just pictures of Yakuza Zero during Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show conference earlier today. Coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 during Spring 2015 in Japan, the title's set prior to the events of the first game. Staring a fresh faced Kazuma Kiryu who's working his way up the...

News: Yakuza Zero Looks to Turn Back Time on PS4 and PS3

Yakuza Zero Looks to Turn Back Time on PS4 and PS3

Zero chance of a localisation, huh?

As promised, SEGA has announced that the next entry in its popular Japanese gangster series will be named Yakuza Zero: Chikai no Basho – or, Yakuza Zero: The Place of Oath. The game – which is due out on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 like its predecessor Yakuza: Ishin – was announced as part of a live...

News: You'll Be Able to Lust After a New Yakuza Game from 24th August

You'll Be Able to Lust After a New Yakuza Game from 24th August

SEGA's sure to Shun us

SEGA may not be very good at anything else these days, but it sure knows how to pump out new Yakuza titles in Japan. Despite historical spin-off Yakuza Ishin launching less than six months ago, the publisher is now preparing for the announcement of a new franchise foray for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 – and you’ll...

Weirdness: Bloomin' Heck, Someone Made Shenmue in Minecraft

Bloomin' Heck, Someone Made Shenmue in Minecraft

Search for sailors all over again

It’s funny how you can remember your way around familiar locations even if you haven’t been there for years. We spent so many hours in Shenmue’s eighties recreation of Yokosuka on the Dreamcast that we know every crevice of this incredible Minecraft replica. It’s been built using a modified edition of the PC...

News: How Would You Like to Star in the Next Yakuza Game?

How Would You Like to Star in the Next Yakuza Game?

Raises tattooed paw

Unsurprisingly, there’s a new Yakuza title in production for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 – and SEGA would like you to star in it. As well as its annual hostess auditions, the publisher is also holding a competition for a 20-something male to appear in the criminal drama. The winner will be scanned, turned into a...

News: Yu Suzuki: I'm Ready to Create Shenmue III Should the Right Circumstances Arise

Yu Suzuki: I'm Ready to Create Shenmue III Should the Right Circumstances Arise

Veteran raring to go

Much like protagonist Ryo Hazuki’s neverending quest for revengeance, SEGA legend Yu Suzuki will seemingly never give up on the fight for Shenmue III. Asked yet again about the overdue sequel during an event in beautiful Barcelona last week, the Super Hang-On designer declared that he’s ready to make the game whenever the...

News: There'll Soon Be a New Yakuza Game for You to Lust Over

There'll Soon Be a New Yakuza Game for You to Lust Over

Don't hold your breath for a Western release

SEGA’s soap opera-esque role playing series Yakuza had a good run in the West for a while, but now we’re quickly falling behind. Despite localisations being borderline demanded by brand fans, neither Yakuza 5 nor its PlayStation 4 successor Yakuza Ishin have released overseas yet. That means that you...