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Review: DriveClub VR (PS4)

DriveClub VR (PS4)

Eyes on the road

One day, the veterans of Evolution Studios will tell their great grandchildren the tale of DriveClub, and it'll make for entertaining listening. The first-party, selected as one of the teams to help launch the PlayStation 4, missed its deadline by a country mile – and then delivered a product that ultimately didn't work. But the...

News: PlayStation VR Will Play Host to More Than Just Games

PlayStation VR Will Play Host to More Than Just Games

Sony outlines full roster of experiences, too

PlayStation VR may be all about the games, but the reality is that virtual reality has a greater role to play than that. Fortunately, platform holder Sony seems to recognise this, and it'll be launching a variety of "experiences" and "video services" alongside the headset from launch through into 2017...

News: PS4 Exclusive Gravity Rush 2 Tumbles into 2017

PS4 Exclusive Gravity Rush 2 Tumbles into 2017

Another one bites the dust

Well, this is becoming an unfortunate reoccurrence, isn't it? There's not one game that Sony hasn't delayed this year, and Gravity Rush 2 is the latest to join the "pushed back" party. To be fair to the Japan Studio developed title, this very much appears to be a marketing move rather than a production problem – but...

Review: Tumble VR (PS4)

Tumble VR (PS4)

Topple the blocks

Ah, humble Tumble – the underrated PlayStation Move title that really proved the power of Sony's motion wand. A little dull on paper perhaps, virtual reality revisit Tumble VR stands taller than the sum of its parts, using three dimensional motion tracking to turn tower building into world beating entertainment. You may just have...

News: Download Your Free PlayStation Plus Games Now

Download Your Free PlayStation Plus Games Now

Roll out

It's an absolutely killer month on PlayStation Plus this October, with Sony responding to feedback by handing out free copies of Resident Evil and Transformers: Devastation on the PlayStation 4 alone. Last-gen fans will also score Mad Riders and From Dust, while the Vita will grab Actual Sunlight and the irritatingly named Code: Realize...