Sony has been knocking it out of the park in the single-player department for almost a decade now, but Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida lamented the company’s lack of multiplayer hits in a recent interview. While this sector is dominated by third-party favourites like Fortnite and Call of Duty on the PlayStation 4, the...
The cream of the PlayStation 4's offline multiplayer crop
While many titles offer great online experiences, nothing quite beats local multiplayer together with friends and family in the same room. Finding the right game can quickly turn four best mates into mortal enemies, or turn the group into a hysterical mess of laughter, screams, and joy...
A problem shared
Chances are, you've bought Monster Hunter: World for multiplayer. After all, the enormous world and even bigger monsters are way more fun to tackle as a group than by your lonesome. The only problem is, Capcom hasn't made it very easy to play with your friends. Nor is it exactly straightforward to join a squad, or create a...
Go on a win streak
Call of Duty's multiplayer has long been the main attraction for the series, and that's no different with its brand new instalment, Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Given the sheer popularity of the component, we've taken a few minutes out of our busy gaming schedule to put together some quick tips to help you to overcome your...
For the savers
Sony's sold a staggering 18.5 million PlayStation 4 consoles to date, but it only has 10.9 million active PlayStation Plus subscribers. This means that almost half of the system's owners are currently without online multiplayer, and we suspect that this is a trend that the Japanese giant would very much like to change. Fortunately,...
Unless you're as competitive as a heavyweight boxer, playing online can be extraordinarily frustrating at times. There'll always be someone out there that's spent that little bit longer learning the intricacies of Call of Duty's maps or the ins-and-outs of FIFA's five star teams, and so you'll inevitably slump to regular defeats. The upshot...
A shift of perspective
When Silent Hill: Book of Memories was first announced, the only thing Konami revealed about the game was its title and that it was not a port. Die-hard Silent Hill fans rejoiced, as they were getting a dedicated new entry in the series built from the ground up. Then they found out it was multiplayer. Some Silent Hill...
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