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November2015

  • Push Rewind Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Need for Speed, Just Cause 3

    Better late than never

    Your host feels like Bart in the opening credits of The Simpons: we will not miss another edition of Push Rewind. We will not miss another edition of Push Rewind. The Internet in Push Square Towers went down on Sunday, so we didn't get the opportunity to put this together then. Fortunately, this author's found a spare 15...

  • UK Sales Charts Call of Duty: Black Ops III Sells Best on PS4

    Need for Speed pulls ahead on Sony's system, too

    Sony's marketing partnership with Activision appears to have done the trick, as Call of Duty: Black Ops III sold best on the PlayStation 4 in the UK. A whopping 48 per cent of shoppers picked up the first-person shooter on the Japanese giant's flagship format. In comparison, 43 per cent got it on the...

  • News PlayStation's Indie Evangelist to Exit Organisation

    Shahid Ahmad leaving after ten years

    Shahid Ahmad has become one of the faces of PlayStation over the past few years – but after a decade working at the company, he's set to embark on a new adventure. The industry veteran served as one of the key figures in SCEE's Strategic Content division, securing titles such as Super Crate Box all the way...

  • Round Up Push Square's October 2015 Reviews

    Not so spooky

    October was one heck of a busy month for us here at Push Square. We reviewed an absolutely massive 44 titles across 31 days – which is surely some sort of record. There were big scores aplenty, as well as some big releases - but it wouldn't have been the year's spookiest month without some real horrors to go along with the good...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 92

    Back to black

    We're right in the thick of the busy Christmas releases period now, with Call of Duty: Black Ops III no doubt consuming plenty of attention this weekend – and Fallout 4 now mere days away. As always, we've invited a gaggle of enthusiastic staffers to share their weekend gaming plans – but we want to know what you're up to, too...

  • Game of the Month Top 4 PlayStation Games of October 2015

    Heroes, sinners, nutters, and hunters

    October was a pretty good month for high scoring titles, which made our internal Game of the Month poll a tough one to call. As always, five titles are nominated for our prestigious monthly award, but only four make it into these articles – and from those four, only one can be crowned our Game of the Month...

  • Accessory Review PS Vita Cases Don't Come Much Slicker Than This

    Never go out of style

    Sony may not be sure whether it's done with the PlayStation Vita, but we're certainly not finished with the format. The handheld may not have set the sales charts alight, but it's host to dozens of amazing games – many of which, like Persona 4 Golden, remain shamefully nestled in this author

  • Japanese Sales Charts PS4 Seems to Have Found a Bit of Stability at the Top

    And we're not talking firmware

    Yes, the PlayStation 4's numbers have dropped, but not by much. Sony's latest console shifted 22,104 units last week, which is down just 800 from prior figures - not a bad result considering that the machine's been steadily slipping back to its pre-price cut sales until now. The Japanese company will probably be...

  • News PlayStation Plus Subscribers Score Sweet EU PS4 Savings

    Cash back

    This month's PlayStation Plus lineup isn't looking all that tasty, but the latest wave of European PlayStation Store sales should have you salivating in no time. On the cut-price menu this month are a slew of PlayStation 4 double discounts, which will see you pocketing savings of up to 70 per cent on mouth-watering titles like Saints Row...

  • Store Update 3rd November 2015 (North America)

    Feeling the need for speed

    As was the case in Europe, it's a big week for the PlayStation Store over the pond. Call of Duty: Black Ops III is, of course, the headline attraction – but Need for Speed will be hooning for your attention, too. One other thing worthy of note is the Indivisible prototype beta – this is the latest titl

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    Review Superbeat: Xonic

    Gotta go fast

    Those familiar with the DJ Max series back in the PlayStation Portable era will immediately recognise this rhythm game. Superbeat: Xonic is the newest addition to the rhythm game genre by developer Nurijoy. Rhythm games are no stranger to the PlayStation Vita, so how does this one fare? As with most music games, buttons get mapped to...

  • Store Update 3rd November 2015 (Europe)

    Back in black

    It's a huge week on the European PlayStation Store, with Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Need for Speed leading the charge. Other highlights include Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Dragon Fin Soup – the latter of which will be free for PlayStation Plus users thro

  • News Your PlayStation Plus Freebies for November Are Out Now

    Bandwidth busters

    It may not be the greatest lineup in PlayStation Plus history, but if you're looking for something new to play, then November's free titles are available in Europe right now. Those of you in North America will have to wait a little while longer for SCEA to catch up, but we expect the Instant Game Collection to update later today...

  • UK Sales Charts Assassin's Creed Syndicate Loses Its Halo

    While Black Ops III waits in the wings

    It would have been an absolute catastrophe if Halo 5: Guardians failed to top the sales charts, but it did – outselling the launch numbers of Assassin's Creed Syndicate by 50 per cent. Of course, it's worth noting that Ubisoft's open world romp through London was the poorest performing entry in the property...

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