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Review: PlayStation Vita Pets (PlayStation Vita)

PlayStation Vita Pets (PlayStation Vita)

Watch dogs

Virtual pet games have got a bad name. We don’t mean the type of embarrassing monikers that you’re likely to overhear at a haughty dog breeder’s meeting, but more a downright abysmal track record when it comes to quality. Unsurprisingly, the House of Mario set the standard for portable animal interaction with Nintendogs on the...

News: PS4 Hack and Slasher Samurai Warriors 4 Unleashes a Cinematic Trailer and Western Release Dates

PS4 Hack and Slasher Samurai Warriors 4 Unleashes a Cinematic Trailer and Western Release Dates

Feudal familiarity

Last month, publisher Tecmo Koei announced that Samurai Warriors 4 would be marching West this Autumn, and that it'd arrive not only on the PlayStation 3, but the PlayStation 4 and Vita as well. And today, the company has stuck a spear in a more precise release date, as the sequel is now slated for the 24th October in Europe,...

News: Is This New Addition to Sony's Worldwide Studios Working on the Next Big Thing?

Is This New Addition to Sony's Worldwide Studios Working on the Next Big Thing?

Reveal coming at E3

As far as we're concerned, Sony has the most robust selection of development teams of any of the three major platform holders. From Naughty Dog to Media Molecule, the studios demonstrate an incredibly impressive variety of styles. And it seems that this group will now be expanding, with the Japanese giant announcing the formation...

Review: Puddle (PlayStation 4)

Puddle (PlayStation 4)

Hyperactive hydration

If Puddle was a person, it would be a hyperactive four-year-old. Indeed, this perky puzzler-cum-platformer practically percolates with restless aplomb. But does this energetic attitude keep the experience afloat, or will the title’s soggy antics leave you drowning in misery? At its core, this physics-based outing is a pretty...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 28

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 28

Panic stations

There are now just ten days until the industry turns on its E3 press release machine, leaving many of us at Push Square towers dabbing our nervous brows. Fortunately, video games offer ideal escapism, so we’ll be spending our weekend trying not to think about the avalanche of information that’s heading our way. After all, when all...

News: Want a New PS4 Game? Injustice: Gods Among Us Is Cheap in Europe Right Now

Want a New PS4 Game? Injustice: Gods Among Us Is Cheap in Europe Right Now

Sony switches on its superhero savings signal

Iconic superhero Batman may be entering his twilight years, but the Dark Knight is far from ready to hang up his cape. As such, in order to celebrate the series’ 75th anniversary, Sony has added a slew of Gotham-themed savings to the European PlayStation Store – and you won’t need to acquire...

Store Update: 28th May 2014 (Europe)

28th May 2014 (Europe)

Plenty of buzz

We’re aware that our Watch Dogs puns have become more tiresome than the classic Nokia ringtone, but if you could just hold your temper for one second, then we’ll hang up our funny hat. Unsurprisingly, it’s Ubisoft’s open world adventure that’s the hot new addition to the European PlayStation Store this week, but honourable...

Store Update: 27th May 2014 (North America)

27th May 2014 (North America)

Keep watch

We suspect that this week’s headline addition needs no introduction, as open world adventure Watch Dogs is available now on the North American PlayStation Store. Assuming that you have some leftover time and money, however, there are a handful of lighter bites to keep you occupied, including Lemmings Touch, Mind Zero, and Monster...

Review: Lemmings Touch (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Lemmings Touch (PlayStation Network - Vita)

You got the touch

Lemmings is a lot like Tetris: no system is complete without an iteration of the iconic puzzle property. Ever since acquiring the rights to the franchise alongside legendary publisher Psygnosis, Sony has made it its mission to chaperone the series onto several of its systems, culminating in an EyeToy compatible edition and a...