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Review: MouseCraft (PlayStation 4)

MouseCraft (PlayStation 4)

Feta than you might think

Taking two loved classics and splicing them together is no mean feat, but the cheese obsessed minds at Crunching Koalas have done just that with their debut title MouseCraft. Taking strong whiffs from both Tetris and Lemmings, this title certainly has a solid premise – but does it do enough to differentiate itself from...

News: Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Finally Spills Gameplay Information

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Finally Spills Gameplay Information

And a release date, too

Details about upcoming PlayStation Vita title Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment have been dripping slower than a rusty tap. With a rich oasis of ladies shown in the E3 trailer that will join you in battle, news of gameplay not involving dungeons has been bone dry. Thankfully, some light has finally been shed on non-combat...

News: Ken Levine Just Buried Our Hopes for BioShock Vita Deep Under the Ocean

Ken Levine Just Buried Our Hopes for BioShock Vita Deep Under the Ocean

Give us the game, and wipe away the debt

Remember when Ken Levine inadvertently popped up at the PS Vita's official reveal event? A now famous moment, the luminary sidled onstage and suggested a game in the BioShock universe was in development for the hot new handheld. Unfortunately, a recent statement on Twitter from the auteur has revealed that,...

News: UK Sales Charts: PS4 Testicle Remover Sniper Elite III Tops

UK Sales Charts: PS4 Testicle Remover Sniper Elite III Tops

Nuts

505 Games’ morbidly graphic long-range shooter Sniper Elite III has enjoyed a second week at the top of the UK sales charts, putting a bullet in fellow next-gen rival Watch Dogs. Despite being available on last-gen systems as well, both games sold best on Sony’s latest machine, evidencing the commanding position that the Japanese giant...

News: Muramasa Rebirth Will Be Refreshed with Fresh DLC This Month

Muramasa Rebirth Will Be Refreshed with Fresh DLC This Month

Another reason to return

It’s currently free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in North America, so it’s no surprise to see the announcement of new Muramasa Rebirth DLC overseas. Aksys has confirmed that a fresh add-on named ‘A Spirited Seven Nights’ Haunting’ will release on 15th July in the US and 16th July in Europe. There’s no word on...

Review: Child of Light (PlayStation Vita)

Child of Light (PlayStation Vita)

Summer child

It took longer and was more brutal than a rap battle between J.R.R. Tolkien and George R.R. Martin, but Child of Light has finally made it to the PlayStation Vita. Those of you who have been desperately waiting to see what all the fuss was about can, after almost three months, join Aurora on her rather poetic quest to save the world...

News: Could Minecraft Be the PlayStation Vita's Secret Killer App?

Could Minecraft Be the PlayStation Vita's Secret Killer App?

Digging up something delightful

There’s a fair amount of chatter right now about Sony’s treatment of the PlayStation Vita, with numerous executives indicating that the firm’s slowing its support for the format. However, we get the sneaking suspicion that many are sleeping on Minecraft, which, with the right sort of marketing and bundles, could...

Store Update: 2nd July 2014 (Europe)

2nd July 2014 (Europe)

One spicy meatball

Games bring all of the boys and girls to the PlayStation Store, and there’s plenty to look forward to as part of this week’s European refresh. We suspect that the tasty treat at the top of your wishlist will be the hard-to-type PlayStation 4 re-release Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition, but the Vita version of the...

Store Update: 1st July 2014 (North America)

1st July 2014 (North America)

Quick, catch up

July has somehow already arrived with gusto – and Sony has deployed a brand new batch of PlayStation Store goodies to celebrate. Yes, we’re a little late with North America’s latest update, but sports organisers will insist on running the World Cup and Wimbledon at the same time. Thank heavens this only happens once every four...

News: World End Economica's Kickstarter About to Smash Vita Target

World End Economica's Kickstarter About to Smash Vita Target

Loadsamoney

If you're a fan of Japanese visual novels, you've more than likely already heard of World End Economica – a new game by the writer of hit anime series, Spice and Wolf. Having already successfully launched the first part of the trilogy for the PC in the West, Senkai Project is now taking to Kickstarter to raise the money to translate...