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News: PS4 Racer DriveClub Reaches the Starting Grid with a Hardware Bundle in Tow

PS4 Racer DriveClub Reaches the Starting Grid with a Hardware Bundle in Tow

Fashionably late

A year later than planned, DriveClub is finally gearing up for the race of its life – and Sony’s planning to commemorate the occasion with a PlayStation 4 hardware bundle. Much like The Last of Us Remastered and, well, virtually every other next-gen title on the market, SCEE will be bundling the release with a bunch of consoles...

News: Don't Panic, Sony Hasn't Forgotten About Its VR Headset Project Morpheus

Don't Panic, Sony Hasn't Forgotten About Its VR Headset Project Morpheus

The device has seen "significant investment"

Apart from a few demos behind closed doors, Sony's virtual reality headset Project Morpheus was notably absent from the Japanese giant's E3 presence this year. If the nifty piece of tech's no-show has you worried that the firm has completely forgotten about it, you've no need to fear. In a recent...

Review: Resogun: Heroes (PlayStation 4)

Resogun: Heroes (PlayStation 4)

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: PS4 Port The Last of Us Remastered Is Agonisingly Close to Completion

PS4 Port The Last of Us Remastered Is Agonisingly Close to Completion

Endure and survive

PlayStation 4 port The Last of Us Remastered has sort of crept up on us like Joel and Ellie in a Firefly stronghold. The game – which was announced earlier in the year after numerous leaks – is due out at the end of the month, and judging by a Tweet posted by lead programmer Jason Gregory, it’s very nearly complete. “Grea

News: Celebrate American Independence the Right Way with This Wacky Resogun Update

Celebrate American Independence the Right Way with This Wacky Resogun Update

Forget Battlefield

You may have seen the article that we just posted about an Independence Day Easter egg that was recently added to Battlefield 4. Not to be outdone by the mega-franchise, Resogun developer Housemarque has released a small, but still humorous, patch for its popular shooter. As you can see in the video below, the update morphs the...

Feature: What the Heck Is a PocketStation?

What the Heck Is a PocketStation?

Lifting the lid on Japan's best PlayStation accessory

Back in the mists of time, when Tamagotchi was still a thing and we were all wondering if SEGA’s Dreamcast was really going to turn things around for the ailing hardware company, Sony took the Sonic the Hedgehog maker's new Visual Memory Unit concept – a portable memory card with a built-in...

News: Shuhei Yoshida Doesn't Understand People Who Don't Like Indie Games

Shuhei Yoshida Doesn't Understand People Who Don't Like Indie Games

Neither do we

If the last two E3s are anything to go by, Sony's continued efforts to court indie developers are paying off. What's more, the Japanese giant seems pretty chuffed with this outcome, as Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida stated in a recent interview. "Almost every week you see an indie game coming out digitally on PS4. Some of...

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

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...

Talking Point: Should More Games Emulate PS4 Exclusive inFAMOUS: Second Son's Photo Mode?

Should More Games Emulate PS4 Exclusive inFAMOUS: Second Son's Photo Mode?

Say cheese

You could never accuse Seattle-based first-party studio Sucker Punch of not listening to its fans. Many berated the first entry in its superhero series inFAMOUS for the obnoxious personality of supporting star Zeke, and so it spent the entirety of the PlayStation 3 title’s sequel trying to redeem the character – a measure which...