Fresh footage of Luc Bernard's latest
Luc Bernard’s building up quite the portfolio of PlayStation games, and his next project Mecho Tales is a real looker yet again. Due out on the PlayStation 4 and Vita, this stunning side-scroller has a similar hook to NieR: Automata, as you utilise an android hovering over your shoulder in order to unleash...
A boy and his bot
Sony announced Project Morpheus really early so that developers could experiment with it, and that’s exactly what Ukrainian outfit Beatshapers has been up to. In addition to building its very own virtual reality headset out of the PlayStation Vita, the firm has also been busy beavering away on a title for the Japanese giant’s...
Thinking outside of the box
Beatshapers, the indie outfit behind recent PlayStation 4 streaming interaction title #killallzombies, is a PlayStation stalwart at this point. The small Ukrainian company has released 21 titles across various Sony systems to date, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. We previously revealed the company’s...
Tom Clancy's The Division, the open world third-person shooter from Swedish studio Ubisoft Massive, turned heads at E3 2013, due in part to its impressive visual fidelity. With the emphasis on cross-platform games from most multiformat outfits, the developer's impressive interpretation of a pandemic stricken New York stood out. Boasting...
You’ve read our interview with video game veteran Luc Bernard, but you may be eager to see his latest title Desert Ashes in action. Fortunately, we have almost 10 minutes of gameplay footage to share exclusively with you, which reveals everything from the flow of the turn-based strategy title, right through to its impressive...
Studio's virtual reality adventure unveiled
Ukrainian indie outfit Beatshapers is no stranger to new PlayStation initiatives. The firm was one of the first to create content for Sony’s lighter bites platform PlayStation Minis, before making an early appearance on the PlayStation Vita with Stardrone Extreme. Now, with its PlayStation 4 debut Ready...
Reaper has been decaying in a decrepit crypt for some time now. Shortly after the smartphone release of the excellent Advance Wars imitator Mecho Wars, ambitious British designer Luc Bernard set to work on the colourful PlayStation Portable title, promising a trad
Feast your eyes
Intrigued by Beatshapers' PS Vita download StarDrone Extreme, but want to see it in action before taking the plunge? Come right this way. We've teamed up with Beatshapers to bring you two exclusive videos of the game in action, plus screenshots you won't find anywhere else. We've also got an interview with the studio lined up to...
An emotional trip
The long-awaited release date of thatgamecompany's Journey was finally announced recently. Before the follow up to flower trots onto PlayStation Network next month — 13th March for North America, 14th March for Europe and 15th March for Japan — Push Square spoke to Jenova Chen, co-founder and creative director of...
Suits you, sir
In order to celebrate the announcement of FuturLab’s new PlayStation Mini, Velocity, this afternoon, we’ve teamed up with the Brighton based developer to produce an exclusive batch of snazzy wallpapers for you to decorate your desktop with. Managing director James Marsden said: We've had the pleasure of working with one of the...
Back to the future
With Sony calling WipEout 2048 "the biggest WipEout ever", and our positive WipEout 2048 preview available, we needed to find out more about the futuristic launch racer. We sat down with Sony Computer Entertainment Studio Liverpool's Mike Humphrey, senior designer on WipEout 2048, to learn more about this bewitching...
Get to grips with the little guys
Vita won't be short on racing games at launch, but Evolution Studios' MotorStorm RC is doing something a bit different, downsizing the off-road series into remote-controlled cars. We recently got to speak to game director Paul Rustchynsky about cross-platform play, pricing and why Evolution made a mini MotorStorm...
Exclusive video and interview inside
When PlayStation Move launched there was one game that truly showed off its impressive 1:1 controls: Sports Champions. The game featured multiple sports, each using Move in its own unique way. One of the sports stood out from the rest, and that was Disc Golf: the precision and accuracy of Move was able to...
Move gets an education
Yesterday we reported that PlayStation Move controls are on the cards for Red Johnson's Chronicles, and now we have another exclusive from developer Lexis Numérique. Learning with the Pooyoos is heading to the European PlayStation Store on 4th May with PlayStation Move support from day one. The series has already enjoyed...
Should come after release
Here's a change of pace for you: Lexis Numérique, developers of cutesy WiiWare series Learning with the PooYoos, is bringing a sweary murder mystery game to PSN in the form of Red Johnson's Chronicles. While no PlayStation Move support has been announced by the developer, Movemodo can exclusively reveal that a post-release...
Start a Net Blitz
After the disappointment of the PlayStation Move controls in Top Spin 4, tennis aficionados are now looking to Virtua Tennis 4 for a better racquet experience. Sega has just announced the game will land on PlayStation 3 with exclusive content compared to Virtua Tennis 4 on Kinect and Nintendo Wii. Virtua Tennis is as well known for...
The Sly Collection is a compendium of three of the best-loved PlayStation 2 adventure platform games, with some additional PlayStation Move minigames too. To find out more about how the three titles made their journey to PS3, we sat down with Glen Egan, President of Sanzaru Games, to talk Move, minigames and shiny, shiny trophies...
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