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News: Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Ain't Got New Games, But it Keeps Selling Anyway

Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Ain't Got New Games, But it Keeps Selling Anyway

The never-ending story

Well this is all a bit familiar, isn't it? Once again, the PlayStation 4 has topped the Japanese hardware charts with 22,717 units sold despite the fact that there's been bugger all releasing on the system. The PS4 "Welcome Price" version of last year's Tales of Zestiria was the only current-gen title to make it into the...

Store Update: 12th July 2016 (North America)

12th July 2016 (North America)

Lots of game

Cancel those plans for a summer holiday: there are too many games to play. Alright, so there aren't any "heavy hitters" this week, but between the likes of Assault Suit Leynos, Kill Strain, Ghostbusters, and more, you should find something that you like. And if not – well, you're too picky! PS4 Games: Assault Suit Leynos $19.99...

News: Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization's Latest English Trailer Has Plenty of PS4 Gameplay

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization's Latest English Trailer Has Plenty of PS4 Gameplay

But still no release date

Fans have high hopes for Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization, but it feels like we've seen more than enough of it over the last few months. Indeed, even the title's latest trailer, which is around four minutes long and features a good amount of gameplay footage, isn't really anything that we haven't seen before - we...

Store Update: 12th July 2016 (Europe)

12th July 2016 (Europe)

Space race

A humongous week for PlayStation 4 and Vita fans is headlined on the European PlayStation Store by Adr1ft and Ghostbusters – both of which are aiming to occupy the summer void. There are also the long overdue additions of Killstrain and Neverwinter, while the likes of Type:Rider and Gal*Gun have interesting concepts to say the least...

News: Put Your Hormones on Hold, Gal Gun: Double Peace Is Delayed Two Weeks in the West

Put Your Hormones on Hold, Gal Gun: Double Peace Is Delayed Two Weeks in the West

Take it slow

Put those trousers back on and listen up: underwear riddled rail shooter Gal Gun: Double Peace has been delayed a couple of weeks here in the West. Publisher PQube has stated that the game will now release on the 29th July in Europe and the 2nd August in North America. Not a huge delay by any means, but a bit of a disappointment if...

News: Fans Have Decided Which DLC Characters Will Be Joining One Piece: Burning Blood

Fans Have Decided Which DLC Characters Will Be Joining One Piece: Burning Blood

New blood

The polls have closed and the results are in: Bandai Namco has revealed which three characters will be added to One Piece: Burning Blood's playable roster as downloadable content. The trio of additional fighters were voted for by fans through an online poll in which 17 new combatants were proposed. Lucci, Caesar Clown, and Monkey D...

News: UK Sales Charts: Ain't No Forcing LEGO Star Wars from Summit

UK Sales Charts: Ain't No Forcing LEGO Star Wars from Summit

Rey to go

These UK sales charts reports are going to get really boring for a good few weeks now, so strap yourself in and prepare to grit your teeth. LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens has held on to the top spot for a second successive week, force choking the competition out of the race. Overwatch finished in second, while DOOM, FIFA 16, and...

Push Rewind: 7 Days to Die, Adam Boyes' Exit, No Man's Sky

7 Days to Die, Adam Boyes' Exit, No Man's Sky

And not much else

It's been about as far away from being a vintage week here at Push Square Towers as is possible, with very little happening on Planet PlayStation over the past seven days. The summer's sometimes like that, though, and we're sure that there'll be an uptick in enthusiasm as Gamescom quietly draws near. Reviews: 7 Days to Die -...

Store Update: 5th July 2016 (Europe)

5th July 2016 (Europe)

Hell hath no Furi

We tend to say it every week, but these European PlayStation Store updates do seem to get bigger every single time. Headliners in this edition include Furi – free for PlayStation Plus members – and The Banner Saga 2, but don't forget the likes of Hawken and Energy Hook. PS4 Games: The Banner Saga 2 5th July The Banner Saga...

News: Twitch Streams to PS Vita Screens with New App

Twitch Streams to PS Vita Screens with New App

Live and kicking

While Sony's busy removing apps from the PlayStation Vita, Twitch has opted to roll out its own official client for the portable. The free download – which weighs in at 16.7MB and is available now in Europe – will allow you to watch livestreams and recorded videos, and is even compatible with the ill-fated PlayStation TV...

News: Sony Shutting LittleBigPlanet's Servers Down in Japan

Sony Shutting LittleBigPlanet's Servers Down in Japan

And some in the West

If you're a Japanese gamer who loves LittleBigPlanet, then you may want to start tapping down on your d-pad: Sony's shutting down the servers for all three of the main games, as well as LittleBigPlanet Karting, LittleBigPlanet Vita, and LittleBigPlanet Portable. Essentially, the series is over in the East, it would seem. The...