As was the case last year, The Game Awards 2015 proved a well-intentioned event, with a handful of decent reveals and some pleasant little featurettes. Credit must go to Geoff Keighley, who's managed to transform this show from a cringe-fest on Spike TV into something that gamers can generally be relatively satisfied with. Of course,...
Undead in February
Who's ready for some more The Walking Dead? Yeah, us too. Telltale Games' other announcement at The Game Awards 2015 pertained to its standalone episodic spin-off, The Walking Dead: Michonne. The triple bill will begin in February on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, and will be canon to the comic series, spanning Issue #126...
Double Fine launches crowd funding campaign for long awaited sequel
What the hell is going on, readers? We're almost starting to believe that Crash Bandicoot will make his long awaited return at PlayStation Experience this week, as every other dream revival seems to be happening. Tim Schafer took to The Game Awards 2015 stage earlier this evening...
The Dark Knight rises
Telltale Games, the developer of a billion other titles, is adding one more to its slate. Announced at The Game Awards 2015, the studio is collaborating with Warner Bros in order to don the cowl in an all-new adventure next year. Details are so scarce that not even the Batcomputer could detect any, but there's a fancy trailer...
The drunk Jade Raymond gaffe aside, Geoff Keighley's seemingly reckless swipe at Konami was the best moment of The Game Awards 2015. Shortly after Kiefer Sutherland took to the stage to collect an award on the behalf of Hideo Kojima, the Canadian host announced that lawyers had prevented the video game veteran from attending the show. We...
Cult favourite hits PlayStation at last
Former Xbox 360 exclusive Shadow Complex Remastered will make its way to the PlayStation 4 in 2016, developer Chair Entertainment has announced. The game is widely regarded as one of the finest titles available for the Xbox Live Arcade, so its presence on a PlayStation platform will be welcome. The game...
Glory for Geralt
Well, The Game Awards 2015 are done and dusted. Overall, the show was rather typical of what we've come to expect, with cringe-inducing moments and awkward skits peppering the event - but it wasn't all bad. A respectable tribute to Nintendo's Satoru Iwata, who passed away earlier this year, comes to mind, while some of Geoff's...
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End made a surprise appearance during The Game Awards 2015 this evening. Appearing ahead of PlayStation Experience, developer Naughty Dog cut a crafty trailer revealing newcomer Nadine Ross, who's played by the brilliant Laura Bailey. We're sure that we'll be seeing more of both the character and this sequence over...
Who will win the top gong?
An eventful week in the PlayStation Nation starts now with The Game Awards 2015 – the annual celebration of our favourite hobby. Geoff Keighley's once again promising an action packed show, with company executives, world exclusives, and… A performance from CHVRCHES. We've no idea what to expect really, but last year's...
Save on the PlayStation Store
You've got to hand it to Geoff Keighley: for a guy flying solo, he sure is able to pull some strings. The journalist has announced that during The Game Awards 2015 this Thursday, 3rd December, various nominees will be discounted on the PlayStation Store. We're assuming that this sale will only run in North America,...
Praise the moon
We've started talking about Game of the Year here at Push Square Towers, but we're keeping our plans under wraps for the time being. Geoff Keighley's annual Game Awards ceremony is mere weeks away at this point, though, and we already know the nominees for the most prestigio
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