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News: At Least Sony Didn't Forget the PlayStation Vita's Birthday

At Least Sony Didn't Forget the PlayStation Vita's Birthday

Phew

We’d love to say that we baked the PlayStation Vita a big slab of cherry and almond cake for its second birthday this weekend, but we’d be lying if we did. The truth is that we forgot, and now we’re not on speaking terms with the handheld system. Fortunately, we’re hoping to rekindle our relationship with the down-in-the-dumps device by...

News: Slay Some Free Soul Sacrifice-Style DLC with the Latest Toukiden Update

Slay Some Free Soul Sacrifice-Style DLC with the Latest Toukiden Update

Keep on slayin'

If you've been enjoying the simple delight of slaughtering hundreds of Oni since Toukiden: The Age of Demons released earlier this month, you'll be happy to know that publisher Tecmo Koei has more content for you to skewer in the works. Starting today, you'll be able to download the title's latest 1.01 update, a small patch that...

Weirdness: Wacky Japanese Commercials Live Courtesy of Valhalla Knights 3 Gold

Wacky Japanese Commercials Live Courtesy of Valhalla Knights 3 Gold

Pure gold

Growing up in an age prior to YouTube, we often marvelled at the bizarre Japanese commercials that would occasionally be included as extras with select games. Sadly, now that we have access to this kind of insanity on tap, we’ve noticed that the nation’s craziness has been on the wane of late. Fortunately, upcoming PlayStation Vita...

News: Just How Good Does Borderlands 2 Look on PlayStation Vita?

Just How Good Does Borderlands 2 Look on PlayStation Vita?

Shots fired

One of the defining characteristics of the Borderlands franchise, aside from its salacious susceptibility for stupendous sums of loot, is its gorgeous and distinct art style. In a sea of brown realistic shooters, it's incredibly refreshing to see a series that so wholeheartedly embraces a more cartoony style. It is therefore imperative...

Push Rewind: PS4 Sales, System Launches, and Strider

PS4 Sales, System Launches, and Strider

Play and peace out

As the sun sets on another busy week at Push Square towers, we’re taking this opportunity to recap all of the biggest stories from the past seven days. There’s never a dull moment in the so-called PlayStation Nation, but the last few days have been especially action packed, with the PlayStation 4 launching in Japan and The...

News: Soul Sacrifice Delta's Candy Probably Doesn't Taste Very Nice

Soul Sacrifice Delta's Candy Probably Doesn't Taste Very Nice

Out of date

We’re partial to the odd office Jelly Baby from time to time, but remind us not to chew on any tasty treats while we’re playing PlayStation Vita re-release Soul Sacrifice Delta. As already announced, the updated title – which is due out imminently in Japan – will feature a handful of horrifying boss battles based on characters...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 22

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 22

Back to school

Guess what? There are only 305 days until Christmas! More importantly, though, there are only ten days until everyone's favourite time of the year – Pancake Day. Here at Push Square, we're all about forward-thinking, and that's exactly why we're letting you in on our gaming plans for the weekend. But in between your sudden rush to...

Review: Toukiden: The Age of Demons (PlayStation Vita)

Toukiden: The Age of Demons (PlayStation Vita)

SlayStation Portable

Toukiden: The Age of Demons tells the tale of a world engulfed in war between rampaging demonic hordes – known as Oni – and humanity's last hope of survival: Slayers. This overarching narrative paves the way for gameplay that's undoubtedly similar to Capcom's popular Monster Hunter franchise – but with the addition of a...

Store Update: 19th February 2014 (Europe)

19th February 2014 (Europe)

Blades and bandages

As with its North American counterpart, there’s plenty to get excited about in this European PlayStation Store update. Once again, the main highlight is Double Helix’s hotly anticipated Strider reboot, but there’s also the arrival of Rayman Legends on the PlayStation 4. Elsewhere, there are a bevy of new PlayStation Vita...

News: PS Vita Hit Killzone: Mercenary Spills Blood in Resurrected Multiplayer Maps

PS Vita Hit Killzone: Mercenary Spills Blood in Resurrected Multiplayer Maps

Dead at the depot

Like a heroic medic in the heart of battle, Guerrilla Cambridge has zapped PlayStation Vita favourite Killzone: Mercenary with a free update today, adding two new multiplayer maps to the first-person shooter. The subterranean Tharsis Depot and multilayered Blood Gracht will be instantly familiar to franchise fans, as these...

Store Update: 18th February 2014 (North America)

18th February 2014 (North America)

Hiryu go

Double Helix’s anticipated Strider reboot headlines another swell North American PlayStation Store update this week, which also plays host to a standalone version of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s recent Freedom Cry expansion and silly shooter Earth Defense Force 2025. Other arrivals include Gunslugs on the PlayStation Vita and

News: Futuridium EP Deluxe Pumps Up the Volume on PlayStation Vita

Futuridium EP Deluxe Pumps Up the Volume on PlayStation Vita

A lot like WipEout on LSD

Studio Liverpool may have been cruelly closed down a while back, but its legacy is set to live on in Italian indie MixedBag’s upcoming PlayStation Vita shoot-‘em-up Futuridium EP Deluxe. A former smartphone favourite, this enhanced handheld release will see you blasting blocks in colourful environments reminiscent of...

News: Flappy Bird Flies Another Day in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita

Flappy Bird Flies Another Day in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita

Spread your wings

You can take the flap out of the bird, but you can’t take the bird out of the flap – or something like that. Indie developer Dong Nguyen may have removed smartphone smash Flappy Bird from the iOS and Android app stores, but that hasn’t stopped one clever creator curator from concocting an almost identical copy for PlayStation...