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TodayFri, 14th Dec 2018

  • News Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Will Make Your Mouth Water from 18th December

    Hunger strike

    Who doesn’t enjoy some good ol’ fashioned culinary content from time to time? Cook, Service, Delicious! 2!! has been in the oven for eternity, but Vertigo Games is hoping that this PlayStation 4 port isn’t overdone. Available from 18th December in North America for $12.99 – a European release will follow as soon as possible –...

    • Vertigo Games
    • PS4
    • Cook Serve Delicious 2
    • Release Dates

YesterdayThu, 13th Dec 2018

  • Rumour Red Dead Redemption 2 Glitch May Suggest Red Dead Redemption Remake DLC

    Have some goddamn faith

    Right, before we get into this, we have to make clear that the video below, which includes the glitch mentioned in the article's headline, contains huge spoilers for Red Dead Redemption 2. If you haven't finished Red Dead Redemption 2 yet and you don't want to be spoiled, please, for the love of god, get outta here and go...

    • Rumours
    • Rockstar
    • PS4
    • Red Dead Redemption
  • News Spider-Man PS4 Dev Pushes Back Against Fan Criticisms Regarding DLC

    Where's the Raimi suit?

    For as long as we've known about Marvel's Spider-Man, one of the biggest conversations online was all about which suits would end up in the game. The PS4 exclusive wound up with a pretty large selection of costumes for Spidey to try on, covering outfits from the comics, the movies, and even some all-new creations. However, by...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Spider-Man
    • Insomniac Games
    • Industry
  • News PS Plus Offering 15 Months for the Price of 12 Months in Europe

    Bonus

    Need to extend your PlayStation Plus subscription, or looking to join for the first time? Sony’s got your back as it’s running a promotion on the European PlayStation Store which will see you snag 15 months of service for the price of 12 months. This means that up until 17th December, if you cough up the standard price of £49.99, you’ll...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Plus
    • Europe
    • Deals
  • News New Dinosaur Pack Brings Three More Beasts to Jurassic World Evolution on PS4

    Cretaceous World

    If you're still enjoying the dino-park building fun to be found in Jurassic World Evolution, you'll be pleased to hear about the latest additions. A trio of creatures from the cretaceous period will be joining the roster of dinosaurs, further expanding your options for making your ideal reptilian resort. Say hello to the Iguanodon,...

    • Frontier Developments
    • PS4
    • Jurassic World Evolution
    • Updates
  • News Spider-Man PS4's Final DLC Adds Into the Spider-Verse Suit

    Focuses on Silver Sable

    Marvel’s Spider-Man will conclude its DLC side-story The City That Never Sleeps on 21st December, when the final expansion pack Silver Lining launches on the PlayStation 4 with a raft of fresh missions and some bonus suits. As you’d expect, the plot will centre on Silver Sable, as the Russian mercenary returns to New York...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Spider-Man
    • DLC
    • Release Dates
  • Site News God of War Wins the Push Square Forum's Game of the Year

    Marvel's Spider-Man and Red Dead Redemption 2 in top three

    Looks like Kratos may need to invest in a new trophy cabinet, because hot on the heels of last week’s The Game Awards 2018 win, God of War has now topped the Push Square forum’s Game of the Year poll. As brilliantly organised by community member KratosMD , readers have spent th

    • Game of the Year
    • PS4
    • God of War
    • Site News
    • Features
  • News 2B Dashes and Slashes into SoulCalibur VI Next Week

    NieR yet so far

    Bandai Namco has slapped a release date on the first DLC character -- not counting Tira, of course -- for SoulCalibur VI. Guest fighter 2B, from NieR: Automata, who was revealed back near the end of October, will be arriving before the year is out. 2B will be available as either part of the game's season pass, or individually...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • SoulCalibur
    • DLC
    • Release Dates
  • News Metro: Exodus Release Date Moved Forward as Game Goes Gold

    Earlier exodus

    Post-apocalyptic sequel Metro: Exodus has gone gold, and to celebrate wrapping up production, the title's opening has been posted online. You can watch it in all of its gritty detail above. But that's not the only good news for fans of this grim survival shooter series. Originally set for release on the 22nd February 2019, Metro:...

    • Deep Silver
    • PS4
    • Metro
    • Release Dates
  • Review Beat Saber - Guitar Hero Meets Star Wars

    What's old is new again

    Something exciting is happening on PlayStation VR right now. A couple of years into its life, we’re starting to see developers really get to grips with the hardware. It’s always the way – early titles are often the most experimental, testing the waters to see what can be achieved. With virtual reality, it’s a whole...

    • Reviews
    • Beat Games
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Beat Saber
  • News Street Fighter V's In-Game Ads Are the Latest and Greatest Gaming Controversy

    Not like this

    Street Fighter V is the gift that keeps on kicking fans in the shins, as Capcom has nonchalantly added in-game adverts to the title this week. While there was uproar when the publisher announced this, we’ve been waiting to see what kind of guise they’d actually take – and the results have had us creasing with laughter here at...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Street Fighter
  • News SEGA Reminds Everyone Team Sonic Racing Is Coming with New Music Track

    Sand Road

    Team Sonic Racing exists, and it really is coming -- just not for another five months, that's all. After a hefty delay to May 2019, it feels like a lifetime until we get to sample Sonic's latest kart racer outing, and to help bridge the gap, SEGA has released another song from the game. This one draws inspiration from Sand Hill in Sonic...

    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Team Sonic Racing
  • News Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Patch Fixes PS4 Crashing Issue

    Also improves frame rate

    We've been busy playing Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales for review here at Push Square, but it's safe to say that our experience has been damaged by the game's technical performance on PlayStation 4. We've read some horror stories about crashing issues on various forums and websites, and although they haven't been too...

    • CD Projekt Red
    • PS4
    • Thronebreaker
    • The Witcher
    • Patches
  • News You Can Play The Crew 2 for Free this Weekend on PS4

    Unlock a new car too

    Remember The Crew 2? Ubisoft has been continuing to support its open world racer since release back in June, and if you've been on the fence this whole time, here's some good news. From today through to Sunday 16th December, you'll be able to play this expansive racing game for free on PS4. What's more, if you do take part in...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • The Crew
  • News Dead or Alive 6 Sees the Return of Disciplined Duo Brad and Eliot

    Best buds

    Brad and Eliot are returning in Dead or Alive 6, bringing their distinctive fighting styles back to Team Ninja's series for another round. We're hoping for at least another cutscene where they fight over dinner in the most Jackie Chan-esque way possible. The game's roster is really starting to take shape now, and with the title due to...

    • Koei Tecmo
    • PS4
    • Dead or Alive
    • Trailers

Wednesday12th Dec 2018

  • Guide Best PS4 RPGs

    Roll the dice

    What are the best PS4 RPGs? Well, the PlayStation 4 is home to a vast library role-playing games. From MMOs and open world epics to niche Japanese releases and traditional adventures stuffed with text, there's something for just about everyone. It's an expansive genre in which East meets West, and we see numerous takes a similar...

    • Best PS4 RPGs
    • PS4
    • RPG
    • Guides
    • Features
  • Guide Best PS4 Open World Games

    Out and about

    There are a lot of good open world games on PlayStation 4. The genre may not be universally praised these days, but a great open world game can really pull you into an experience like few other genres can. Typically boasting huge sandbox environments for you to explore, open world titles roared onto the mainstream scene during the last...

    • Best PS4 Open World Games
    • PS4
    • Open World
    • Guides
    • Features
  • Guide Top 50 PS4 Games

    PlayStation 4's best games

    What are the top 50 PS4 games? The PlayStation 4 is in the latter half of its lifecycle now, and with age comes a substantial library of games. With such a huge selection of top quality titles, it can be tough deciding what to buy or play, and that's why we've put together this list of what we think are the best games on...

    • Best PS4 Games
    • PS4
    • Guides
    • Features
  • News PS4 Firmware Update 6.20 Is Here to Improve System Performance

    And nothing more

    Sony has released the latest firmware update for PS4, bringing it up to system software version 6.20. This mandatory update doesn't seem to bring any new features to the console, instead simply keeping everything ship shape, as per usual. "This system software update improves system performance," our PS4 tells us. Firmware update...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Firmware Updates
  • News Red Dead Redemption 2 Updated with Patch 1.04, Squashes a Whole Mess of Bugs

    Get outta here, ya varmints

    Rockstar is continuing its quest to vanquish bugs and glitches from the Old West with the latest update to Red Dead Redemption 2. The new patch takes the game up to version 1.04, and includes a bunch of fixes for both Red Dead Online and the single player story mode. The main issue this patch seems to fix is several...

    • Rockstar
    • PS4
    • Red Dead Redemption
    • Updates
  • News PSVR Bundles Heavily Discounted in USA Over Critical Christmas Period

    The time is now

    Sony’s reducing the price of PlayStation VR over the critical Christmas period in the United States, with hardware bundles available as low as $199.99 from 16th December through 26th December. The cheapest option includes a headset, PlayStation Camera, and copies of the excellent platformers Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss –...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Hardware
    • Bundles
  • News PS4 Users Are Still Gaming's Biggest W*nkers

    Play your way

    Hugely popular pornography website Pornhub is back again with another annual breakdown. In an impressively detailed report that covers everything from traffic statistics to, er, well, let's not get too graphic, it's revealed that PlayStation 4 users are still gaming's biggest w*nkers. Well done everyone! We've now covered Pornhub's...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Vita
    • Culture
  • News Japanese Sales Charts: PS4 Numbers Increase Dramatically, But Nothing Can Stop Smash

    Holiday promotions spur Sony

    Thanks to a range of promotions at various Japanese retailers, the PlayStation 4 had its best week in a long, long time. Sony's console shifted an impressive 75,000 units across the standard model and the PS4 Pro -- that's a rather dramatic increase of roughly 55,000 units week-on-week. It'll be interesting to see...

    • Japan
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • Vita
  • News The Pillar Is the Second DLC Pack for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Coming Next Week

    It'll be a Lara fun

    A little while back, the first DLC for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, called The Forge, was released, marking the beginning of the game's extensive post-launch content. With a total of seven content updates, there's plenty to look forward to for Croft fans, and Square Enix has announced the release date for the second chunk of DLC...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Tomb Raider
    • DLC
  • News Lovely Looking Dragon Quest XI PS4 Theme and Avatars Are Free on PlayStation Store

    The whole gang's here

    There's a really nice Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age theme going free over on the PlayStation Store right now in both North America and Europe. It's a static theme with no unique background music, but it makes good use of some lovely character-based artwork. In Europe, nabbing the theme will also get you a set of...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Dragon Quest
    • Themes
    • Avatars
  • News Approximately 10 Per Cent of the UK's Population Owns a PS4

    Sony's not planning a Brexit

    There are roughly 66 million people living in the UK, and “well over” six million PlayStation 4 consoles have been sold in the region. This means that if you’re not a pedantic bore and are capable of basic maths, Sony’s sold a system to around 10 per cent of the British population over the past five years. Yes,...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • UK
  • News The Game Awards 2018 Attracted Almost as Many Viewers as The Oscars

    F*** The Oscars, man

    The Game Awards 2018 was another impressive event from creator Geoff Keighley, blending gongs with game reveals and a general celebration of gaming culture. There’s a ceiling for how good this kind of show can possibly be, and the former Bonus Round host is very close to achieving it. It’s only right, then, that he...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Industry
    • Geoff Keighley
  • News Detroit: Become Human Has Sold More Than Two Million Units Worldwide

    Quantic Dream's fastest selling game

    Detroit: Become Human is comfortably Quantic Dream’s best game to date, and it’s also its fastest selling. Sony has revealed that the title has now surpassed sales in the region of two million units worldwide, which is impressive when you consider it released at the end of May. It took the French studio...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Detroit
    • Sales
  • News Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Gets Colourful Gameplay Trailer Following PS4 Launch

    With powers comparable to Wonder Boy

    If you enjoyed the rather lovely remake of Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap from last year, odds are you'll be interested in this. Billed as a spiritual successor to the old-school series, Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom launched at the beginning of December, and you can see it in action in the above trailer...

    • FDG Entertainment
    • PS4
    • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom
    • Trailers

Tuesday11th Dec 2018

  • News PS4 Pro Has Been a Good Example of Necessary Evolution, Says Sony

    Sony reckons hardware revision has been a hit

    There was scepticism prior to the release of the PlayStation 4 Pro, but the mid-gen hardware revision – along with the Xbox One X – has ended up being a success. Sony’s supercharged console hasn’t held back the base model in any way – it’s merely allowed those seeking greater performance to...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Hardware
    • Warwick Light
  • Review PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - Return of the Battle Royale King?

    Royale lineage

    While not the first battle royale game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (also known as PUBG to its friends) managed to kick-off a genre land grab in the wake of its massively successful appearance on PC in 2017. Since then Fortnite has surpassed it in terms of raw popularity, and every developer and his dog has tried to shoehorn a...

    • Reviews
    • Bluehole
    • PS4
    • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
    • PUBG
  • Guide PS Classic - How to Hack and Add More PSone Games

    Access the PS Classic's debug menu and more

    PlayStation Classic is a tidy little micro-console that looks and feels the part, but only a mother could truly love its game selection. There are some worthwhile inclusions on the slimline system, including Metal Gear Solid and Syphon Filter, but you may be wondering how you can hack the diddy device in...

    • PlayStation Classic
    • Hack
    • PSone
    • Guides
    • Features
  • News Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Will Bring 'Lots' of Gameplay Improvements

    Not so cold

    Monster Hunter: World's "massive expansion", Iceborne, isn't going to land for some time yet, but it's already deep in development over at Capcom, and producer Ryozo Tsujimoto has sat down with the official PlayStation Blog to share a few details with regards to what players can expect. As we already know, Iceborne will feature whole...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • DLC
  • News Sony Brings Festivities to North America with US PlayStation Store Holiday Sale

    Hundreds of games on offer

    The European PlayStation Store has been enjoying some Christmas offers since the start of December, leaving players in the US wondering where their Santa-sized discounts were. Well, it seems the time has come for those across the pond -- the holiday sale has begun on the North American Store. As you might expect, this is...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • North America
    • Deals
  • News Sony: Our Players Demand Single Player Games

    And the platform holder hears you

    Sony is one of the best publishers in the industry when it comes to outstanding single player campaigns, a statement which is evidenced by God of War’s impressive Game of the Year win last week. And it doesn’t sound like the platform holder will be changing its strategy any time soon, with European marketing...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Warwick Light
  • News Beyond Good and Evil 2 Looks Ambitious and Massive in New Gameplay Video

    The planetary system is your oyster

    Beyond Good & Evil 2 still seems so far off, doesn't it? The project does seem to be making some progress, however, as Ubisoft recently held a live stream in which it went over the current state of the game. If you don't have an hour to spare, the publisher has pieced together an abridged version that hits all...

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Beyond Good & Evil
    • Videos
  • News Media Molecule Claims the Dreams Beta Is Still on Track for 2018

    We're dreaming of a Dreams beta

    Do you think Media Molecule’s built a big clock in Dreams counting down to 2019? The Guildford-based developer has been promising we’ll get our hands on its ambitious creation suite “this year” for about, well, three years – but it seemed certai

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Dreams
    • Media Molecule
    • Betas
  • News Don't Worry, The Outer Worlds Won't Feature Microtransactions

    No in-game purchases in Obsidian RPG

    The Outer Worlds was only announced a few days ago, and it's already looking like a pretty promising game from Obsidian Entertainment. The idea of a Fallout meets Mass Effect sci-fi RPG is rather exciting, and from the little we know so far, it's hitting

    • Private Division
    • PS4
    • The Outer Worlds
  • News Operation Absolute Zero Is the First Big Update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

    Coming first to PS4

    Last week, we got a pretty obvious teaser for some sort of new content heading to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's popular Blackout mode, and now we know what it's all about. Operation Absolute Zero is what Activision is calling the first major update to the battle royale experience, and as you can see from the trailer, it introduces...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Call of Duty
    • Updates
  • News Sony Flaunts PSVR's Enormous Library in Montage Trailer

    Over 200 games and experiences

    You could be forgiven for not paying attention, but PlayStation VR has an impressive library these days. Sony’s really pushing the hardware, er, hard at the moment – resulting in montage trailers like the one embedded above. This clip heavily promotes some of the headset’s more recent hits, but there’s a huge...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Trailers
  • Review Override: Mech City Brawl - Fun But Flawed Giant Robot Fighting

    Mech it count

    Override: Mech City Brawl is a surprisingly fun time, at least, for the first few hours. It's a relatively simple brawler featuring big colourful robots, and when you're stomping around a destructible stage smashing your opponent through multiple blocks of skyscrapers, it's hard not to enjoy yourself. But look beyond its shiny...

    • Reviews
    • Modus Games
    • PS4
    • Override: Mech City Brawl

Monday10th Dec 2018

  • News Monster Hunter: World Gets a Free Trial Version for a Limited Time

    Progress carries to the full game

    If you've always wanted to try Monster Hunter: World after seeing so many people rave about how good it is, then you're in luck. The game's getting a trial version that lets you play through the early quests, giving you a decent feel for the title as a whole. Said trail version will only be available for a limited...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Free
  • News Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Is a 'Massive Expansion' Due Out Autumn 2019

    Go big or go home

    During the most recent Monster Hunter: World developer livestream, Capcom confirmed that the game will be getting an expansion. Titled Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, it'll add a new storyline that takes place after the events of the main game, new monsters, new locations, and new equipment. Capcom specifically called it a "massive...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • DLC
    • Trailers
  • Guide The Best PlayStation Christmas Gifts for 2018

    Xmas gift ideas for PS4 gamers

    It's the most wonderful time of the year, as Andy Williams once sang. Christmas is just a couple of weeks away, and if you're like us, you probably still have some shopping to do ahead of the holidays. If you're leaving it late, it can be difficult to pull something together in time, particularly for picky PlayStation...

    • Guides
    • Christmas
    • 2018
    • Deals
    • PS4
  • Review Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Farmlife Tussles in Tactical Battles

    What the duck

    You know you’re about to be thrown in at the deep end when a game asks you to pick between the difficulty options of Normal, Hard, Very Hard, and a permadeath toggle for all three. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a brutally tough experience that will contuinally pull the rug out from under your feet even when you feel like you’ve...

    • Reviews
    • Funcom
    • PS4
    • Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
  • News UK Sales Charts: Just Cause 4's Retail Sales Slowest in Series So Far

    But no digital could be key

    Just Cause 4’s retail sales got off to the slowest start in the series thus far, even failing to improve upon its 2006 predecessor. That’s according to the latest UK sales chart, which comes with the big fat caveat that digital data isn’t included. GamesIndustry.biz hypothesises that with outlets like the...

    • UK
    • Sales
    • Charts
    • PS4
    • PS3
  • News Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience Arrives in Time for Christmas

    A gift to fans

    Kingdom Hearts’ previously announced PlayStation VR experience will arrive on 25th December – well, in Japan at least. The virtual reality music video promises to take you on a tour of the franchise’s history, with a second part set to release as a patch from 18th January. It’ll be available as a free download from the...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Kingdom Hearts
    • Release Dates
  • Store Update 11th December 2018 (Europe)

    Back to the Borderlands

    Virtually every “big” new 2018 title is out now, but the PlayStation Store never sleeps – as the next couple of weeks are likely to prove. In terms of highlights this time, Borderlands 2 VR and Desert Child headline the latest update, with a smattering of smaller titles vying for attention elsewhere. Here’s all of the...

    • Store Update
    • Europe
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
  • News Kingdom Hearts III's Opening Movie Is More Or Less Exactly What You'd Expect

    Face your fears

    Crikey! Square Enix has released the opening movie for Kingdom Hearts III, and it’s pretty much exactly what you’d expect it to be. In this 90-second clip, slick CGI is paired with The Chainsmokers-esque electropop – this game knows its audience almost too well. The song is actually a collaboration between long time series...

    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Kingdom Hearts
    • Trailers
  • News God Eater 3 Introduces Its Own Brand of Anime Guff

    Nonsense

    Here’s the story trailer for God Eater 3, and if you’ve ever watched anime before you’ll probably find yourself nodding your head to its nonsense. This one hits all the clichés: spiky haired protagonists, buxom babes, acronyms that defy logic, and an English voice cast that sounds like it’s been ripped straight out of Saved by the...

    • Bandai Namco
    • PS4
    • God Eater
    • Trailers
  • News Dangerous Driving Looks a Lot Like Burnout in Early Gameplay Footage

    Need for speed

    You may remember that Three Fields Entertainment announced Dangerous Driving earlier in the year, with very little to go on other than the vision to bring back a Burnout-esque brand of chaotic arcade racing. The indie developer, which includes some of the original creators of the beloved smash-em-up racing series, has released a...

    • Three Fields Entertainment
    • PS4
    • Dangerous Driving
    • Videos
  • News Dragon Quest XII Is 'Many Years Away', Says Series Creator

    As you'd expect

    Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a damn good Japanese role-playing game, and now that it's been out for few months here in the West, fans have just started to wonder about the series' next instalment. Fortunately, Dragon Quest creator Yuji Hori has commented on its future. Speaking at a Japanese convention, Hori confirms...

    • Square Enix
    • Dragon Quest
  • News Monster Hunter: World Teams Up with The Witcher for a Series of New Quests Starring Geralt

    Killing monsters

    Geralt's having a fair few unexpected adventures these days, isn't he? Following on from his jaunt into SoulCalibur VI, the white-haired hero's going to appear in Monster Hunter: World in early 2019. This fresh crossover will see your hunter join forces with Geralt in a series of new quests. What's more, Geralt will be fully voiced,...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • The Witcher
    • Trailers
  • News Final Monster Hunter: World Content Update Due Spring 2019 with Arch-Tempered Nergigante

    The big baddie's back

    After almost a full year of high quality support from Capcom, the developer has confirmed that Monster Hunter: World's final free content update will arrive in Spring 2019. Arch-Tempered Nergigante is the last update that Capcom has planned, but there are a few things arriving before that. First up, Arch-Tempered Kulve Taroth...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Updates
  • Live Watch the Monster Hunter: World Special Developer Update Here

    DLC incoming?

    Starting at 14:00 GMT, Capcom's spilling the beans on what's next for Monster Hunter: World in an official developer update video. If you just can't get enough of bashing big beasts with big weapons then you'll probably want to watch along. We've embedded the stream above. If you're not watching, then you can be safe in the knowledge...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
    • Live
  • News New, Winter-Themed Overcooked 2 Content Coming Soon, Seemingly Free of Charge

    What's Team 17 cooking?

    It wasn't too long ago that Overcooked 2 had its first DLC in the form of Surf 'n' Turf, bringing a bunch of new levels, recipes, and items to the wonderful multiplayer game. Now, publisher Team 17 has teased something new is coming to the co-op cooking game, which you can get a brief glimpse of in the above video. Whatever...

    • Team 17
    • PS4
    • Overcooked
    • Trailers

Sunday9th Dec 2018

  • Review The First Tree - A Deep and Meaningful Journey

    The fox and the profound

    The First Tree effortlessly intertwines fluid gameplay, silky visuals, and two heart-breaking stories. The game opens on a snowy mountain peak where a fox awakens to find her cubs that have vanished. At the same time, a troubled man awakens and begins to tell his partner a story about his youth, rebellion, and coping with...

    • Reviews
    • David Wehle
    • PS4
    • The First Tree
  • News YIIK Brings a Postmodern RPG Experience to PS4 on 19th January

    Why two kay

    YIIK: A Postmodern RPG is one of those games that’s been kicking around in convention corners for years now, but it finally has a release date: 19th January. The title will release first on the PlayStation 4, but there is still a PS Vita edition planned for later in 2019, which is pretty cool, no? The game, developed by ACKK Studios,...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • Ysbryd Games
    • PS4
    • YIIK: A Postmodern RPG
    • Release Dates
  • News Jenny LeClue: Detectivu Solves a Case in 2019

    No sh*t, Sherlock

    Jenny LeClue: Detectivu is more than just a bloody brilliant name: it’s also shaping up to be a tight adventure title. Developed by Mografi and due out next year on the PlayStation 4, the release sees you assume the role of the titular private eye, who’s tasked with proving her mother’s innocence after she’s accused of...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • Mografi
    • PS4
    • Jenny LeClue: Detectivu

Saturday8th Dec 2018

  • Live Watch the Kinda Funny Games Showcase Right Here

    Greg Miller brings the goods in lieu of PSX 2018

    Kinda Funny Games is running its own showcase in lieu of PlayStation Experience this year, promising updates and reveals of over 60 games. We're bringing you live blogging and live chat from the event right here on Push Square, so sit tight and join the fun. Kinda Funny Games Showcase Livestream:...

    • Live
    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • PS4
    • Live Chat
    • Features
  • News Atmospheric Adventure Game VANE Comes to PS4 on 15th January

    The VANE event

    Remember VANE? It was the ICO-inspired adventure game from Friend & Foe that was announced at PlayStation Experience a few years ago. Well, it finally has a release date of 15th January – and pre-orders are also live. Here’s the blurb from the PlayStation Store: “Set out on an exploratory quest, transforming between bird...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • Friend & Foe
    • PS4
    • VANE
    • Trailers
  • News Yakuza Studio's Judge Eyes Renamed Judgment

    The jury reaches a verdict in Summer 2019

    https: There was a new trai

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • SEGA
    • PS4
    • Judgment
    • Trailers
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 249

    Winner, winner

    The Game Awards 2018 have concluded, which means that you're probably pondering whether you should work your way through some of the winners, right? Whatever your gaming plans this weekend, we'd love to hear about them in the comments section. You know the drill by now, right? Sammy Barker, Editor: I'm going to give PlayerUnknown's...

    • Talking Point
    • PS4
    • PS3
    • Vita
    • What Are You Playing
  • News The Walking Dead Final Season Continues with Episode 3 in January 2019

    Broken Toys

    The final season of The Walking Dead has been in trouble since the dramatic shutdown of Telltale Games earlier in the year. Fortunately, the rest of the episodes will be released, as many of the original developers have joined forces with Skybound Ga

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • Skybound Games
    • PS4
    • The Walking Dead
    • Release Dates
  • News Lapis x Labyrinth Brings Cute, Colourful RPG Action to PS4

    Danganronpa Trilogy also confirmed

    Here’s a game that we’ll never write about again: Lapis x Labyrinth is coming to Western territories, courtesy of NIS America. The whimsical PlayStation 4 action RPG couldn’t look more Japanese if it put vending machine underwear on its head and started screaming kawaii, but we’re sure that it’ll be...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • NIS America
    • PS4
    • Lapis x Labyrinth
    • Danganronpa
  • News Mini-Mech Mayhem Stages a Table Top War on PSVR

    Mech it a night to remember

    Velocity 2X developer FuturLab’s finally revealed its next project: a deeply social, comedic tabletop combat title for PlayStation VR named Mini-Mech Mayhem. The game – which can be enjoyed with up to four people online – sees you commandeering miniature robots in a highly customisable board game-esque experience...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • FuturLab
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Mini-Mech Mayhem
  • News Falcon Age Is the Only Game Where You Can Fist Bump Birds *

    * We think

    This was a nice surprise during the Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018: Falcon Age is an adventure game where you raise your very own bird. Playable on the PlayStation 4 with optional PlayStation VR support, the release sees you control a character called Ara, as you attempt to “reclaim her cultural legacy in the lost art of falcon hunting...

    • Kinda Funny Games Showcase 2018
    • Outer Loop
    • PS4
    • PlayStation VR
    • Falcon Age

Friday7th Dec 2018

  • News EU PlayStation Store Christmas Sale Continues with Round Two on PS4

    A new set of bargains

    Sony's Christmas sale has entered its second phase on the European PS Store, swapping out last week's discounts with a fresh batch. These deals will be available for the next week, so be sure to check out what's on offer. Some highlights this time around are God of War - which just won Game of the Year at The Game Awards - for...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayStation Store
    • Europe
    • Deals
  • News The Outer Worlds Is a 'Mix of Fallout and Mass Effect', and It Looks Like a Very In-Depth RPG

    Obsidian strikes back

    Oh boy, Obsidian's really gone and done it. The much loved role-playing game developer has basically gone off and made its own Fallout title, except it's set in space. Above, you can find 15 minutes of gameplay courtesy of Game Informer, who describe it as a "mix of Fallout and Mass Effect". If that's not enough to grab your...

    • Private Division
    • Obsidian
    • PS4
    • The Outer Worlds
    • Videos
  • The Game Awards 2018 God of War Wins Game of the Year

    Kratos returns to his throne

    After winning a slew of awards in a row, it had felt like Red Dead Redemption 2 was going to clean up at The Game Awards 2018 – but God of War swept in to take the top gong from under Rockstar’s nose. Sony Santa Monica’s epic reimagining of one of PlayStation’s most iconic franchises also took home awards for...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Sony
    • PS4
    • God of War
  • News Shawn Layden on Sony's Silence: See You in the New Year

    What's the company cooking?

    PlayStation chief Shawn Layden briefly appeared during The Game Awards 2018 last night to open the show alongside Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-Aime and Xbox overlord Phil Spencer – but while the latter two appeared later in the stream to chat about their respective platforms, Layden stayed out of the limelight. This...

    • Sony
    • PS4
    • Shawn Layden
    • Industry
  • Review Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade - Episode 1: Hunted - Off to a Good Start

    To the point

    Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade - Episode 1: Hunted (there's no way in heck we're writing that again) is the first chapter of downloadable content for Odyssey -- a game that's already fit to burst with... Everything. Fortunately, Hunted does enough to stand out as its own little slice of adventure, ensuring that it...

    • Reviews
    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade - Episode 1: Hunted
  • Live Watch The Game Awards 2018 Livestream Right Here

    Live blog and chat from Geoff Keighley's big night

    An annual highlight in the gaming calendar, the industry will unite for The Game Awards 2018 today. We’ll be bringing you live coverage of the event on this page, as well as live blog and live chat. There are a ton of PlayStation games nominated this year, with exclusives God of War and Marvel’s...

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    • The Game Awards
    • PS4
    • Live Chat
    • The Game Awards 2018
  • News Capcom Teases Big Monster Hunter: World News Coming Very Soon

    The hunt is on

    A point that was brushed over a little at last night's The Game Awards, Capcom said that there would be big Monster Hunter: World news coming our way in the very near future. Interesting. The game was crowned Best RPG at Geoff Keighley's event, with producer Ryozo Tsujimoto collecting the award. Before leaving the stage, he mentioned...

    • Capcom
    • PS4
    • Monster Hunter
  • Round Up All of the Announcements from The Game Awards 2018

    Every major reveal from Geoff Keighley's big night

    The Game Awards 2018 delivered another slick stage show, packed to the figurative brim with new software, speeches, and some cleverly disguised commercials. There were some meaningful reveals during the event’s epic 3.5 hour running-time, and we’ve rounded up all of the important bits for you...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Round Up
    • Features
  • Review Just Cause 4 - Explosive in the Wrong Ways

    Just bores

    There's moments playing Just Cause 4 when you'll almost certainly find yourself grinning from ear to ear in much the same way that you might watching a ridiculous '80s action movie. It doesn't matter that the characters are personified clichés, or that the plot's limper than the lettuce in a Big Mac, because you just strapped four...

    • Reviews
    • Square Enix
    • PS4
    • Just Cause 4
  • The Game Awards 2018 The Crash Team Racing PS4 Remake Is Real, and It's Nitro-Fueled

    Woah!

    It's finally happened, folks: Crash Team Racing is back on PlayStation 4 as Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, and damn does it look good. Revealed at The Game Awards 2018, it's a full remake of the PSone classic. It even has a release date! Wow! You can hit the track on the 21st June, 2019.

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Crash Team Racing
    • Release Dates
  • News Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Screenshots Look N. Sanely Good

    Driving us crazy

    Perhaps one of our favourite announcements of last night's Game Awards was for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, a long-rumoured and much requested remake that we're happy to see is on the way. The debut trailer for the kart racer looks wonderful, and the fresh coat of paint continues to shine through in a small batch of screenshots...

    • Activision
    • PS4
    • Crash Team Racing
    • Screenshots
  • The Game Awards 2018 Obsidian's Making a Space RPG Called The Outer Worlds Coming to PS4

    Get outer here

    Legendary role-playing game developer Obsidian Entertainment is making a space RPG with guns and aliens and player choice, and it got a trailer at The Game Awards 2018. It's called The Outer Worlds, and it's coming to PlayStation 4 at some point, although no release window was given other than 2019. This could be pretty good, right?...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Obsidian
    • PS4
    • The Outer Worlds
  • Poll What Did You Think of The Game Awards 2018?

    Geoff's best?

    And just like that, The Game Awards 2018 is over. The fifth annual event was pretty busy, with the show running for over three hours. It had awards, it had jokes, and it had reveals, but did you enjoy it? Has Geoff Keighley hit a home run, or has he stumbled? What was your favourite announcement or reveal? What do you want to see from...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Polls
    • Features
  • News You Can Explore More Than Just Hope County in Far Cry: New Dawn on PS4

    Check out new gameplay footage

    Far Cry: New Dawn was one of the larger games to be announced during The Game Awards 2018, and while some felt an entry set in a post-apocalypse was a little uninspired, it's not looking too bad. This new gameplay video from Game Informer features about seven minutes of footage, and while it looks exactly as

    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Far Cry
    • Videos
  • Review Earth Defense Force 5 - Buggy in More Ways Than One

    A real bugger by yourself

    Earth Defense Force 5 is about as close as you can get to the definition of a guilty pleasure. It scoffs at the realism and deeper philosophical themes that are proliferating throughout modern video games as they become a more diverse and ubiquitous entertainment medium. EDF 5 unabashedly keeps both feet planted firmly in...

    • Reviews
    • D3Publisher
    • PS4
    • Earth Defense Force 5
  • The Game Awards 2018 Watch Sony Santa Monica Collect God of War's Game of the Year Award

    Oh, boy

    God of War won Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2018 overnight, and if you missed Sony Santa Monica’s acceptance speech, you can watch it in full above. The winning announcement was preceded by an incredible musical medley, which featured flavours and motifs from the soundtracks of all the nominees. In her acceptance speech, studio...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Sony
    • PS4
    • God of War
  • The Game Awards 2018 Mortal Kombat 11 Finishes Him on 23rd April

    Fatality

    Mortal Kombat 11 is not only real, but it’s releasing on 23rd April for the PlayStation 4. A community reveal event will be hosted on 17th January, where we’ll presumably see the first footage from the hotly anticipated fighter. If you simply can’t wait to cough up your cash, pre-orders are open now and will guarantee you access to...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Warner Bros
    • PS4
    • Mortal Kombat
    • Announcements
  • The Game Awards 2018 The Last Campfire Is the Next Game From No Man's Sky Dev Hello Games

    A different universe

    In addition to continuing work on the divisive No Man's Sky, it seems Hello Games has been keeping itself busy with an all new project. The Last Campfire has been announced, and it looks like a cutesy platformer adventure from the Guildford studio. "The Last Campfire is an adventure, a story of a lost ember trapped in a...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Hello Games
    • PS4
    • The Last Campfire
  • The Game Awards 2018 Sony Takes Home Four Gongs on the Night

    God of War with the big prize

    Sony won four awards at The Game Awards 2018 overnight, with God of War taking home three of Geoff Keighley’s prestigious gongs. As reported overnight, Kratos’ comeback secured statues for Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, and Best Action Adventure Game. The platform holder also bagged the Best VR Game award,...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Sony
    • PS4
  • The Game Awards 2018 The Next Dragon Age Gets a Teaser Trailer

    A new age

    The next Dragon Age did indeed put in an appearance at The Game Awards 2018, but don't get too excited just yet -- all we got was a very brief teaser trailer accompanied by the hashtag #TheDreadWolfRises. Those of you who played Dragon Age: Inquisition will know what that means. Insiders reckon the next Dragon Age is at least three years...

    • BioWare
    • Dragon Age
    • Trailers
  • The Game Awards 2018 PlayStation Exclusive Journey Coming to PC

    A new Journey

    Legendary adventure game Journey is coming to the PC via the newly launched Epic Games Store, per publisher Annapurna Interactive. The iconic thatgamecompany experience is owned by PlayStation, but it seems the platform holder has allowed it to be released elsewhere, which is great for people who haven’t played it yet.

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Sony
    • Annapurna Interactive
    • PC
    • Journey
  • The Game Awards 2018 Far Cry: New Dawn Drops the Bomb in February 2019

    All the RAGE

    Congrats if you guessed that Far Cry: New Dawn would release before RAGE 2 next year, because it will. Ubisoft's next open world adventure is due to launch on the 15th February 2019, and it'll hit with the lower price point of $39.99 rather than full retail. The game got its first trailer at The Game Awards 2018, and it looks... Well,...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Ubisoft
    • PS4
    • Far Cry
    • Release Dates
  • The Game Awards 2018 Free-to-Play Action RPG Dauntless Coming to PS4 in 2019

    New trailer released

    Dauntless is currently a PC only, free-to-play action RPG, but that'll change next year when the game hits PS4. The game appears to be very similar to Monster Hunter in terms of gameplay, with you and other players able to team up to defeat various Behemoths and use their parts to build and upgrade armour and weapons. It looks...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Phoenix Labs
    • PS4
    • Dauntless
    • Announcements
  • The Game Awards 2018 ABZU Dev Giant Squid Returns with The Pathless

    Run, forest

    The Pathless has just been announced at The Game Awards, and it looks like another mystical adventure from Giant Squid. As you can see from the above trailer, it looks a little more action packed than the studio's previous game, ABZU, with an eagle friend helping you fly and giant creatures to battle. Sadly we don't know a whole lot...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Annapurna Interactive
    • PS4
    • The Pathless
    • Announcements
  • The Game Awards 2018 New RAGE 2 Trailer Reveals May 2019 Release Date

    Get ready to rage

    As promised, we got a new look at RAGE 2 during The Game Awards with the above new trailer. It looks like a pretty typical post-apocalyptic open world shooter, but the meaty shooting and crazy characters look fun enough. We're interested to see how it all plays out, but it seems we're in for a bit of a wait. RAGE 2 will launch on...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Bethesda
    • PS4
    • RAGE
    • Release Dates
  • The Game Awards 2018 Rocket League's Next DLC Pack Features McLaren Cars

    Taking things up a gear

    You know Rocket League is a big deal when it partners with a leading car manufacturer. The next DLC for the hit arcade football game is set to feature McLaren, specifically the McLaren 570S line of cars. You can take a look in the above trailer. The car pack is available now on PS4. Will you be picking up this DLC for Rocket...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Psyonix
    • PS4
    • Rocket League
    • DLC
  • The Game Awards 2018 ANTHEM Spews Some Sci-Fi Mumbo Jumbo with Story Trailer

    It's your destiny

    You've heard it all before. The ANTHEM is our saviour because the Fallen or the Lost or the Stalkers or something are at the Walls and the Walls can't hold out much longer because the ANTHEM is losing its Resonance due to a lack of Forge Crystals. We need to activate the Arc so that we can harness the power of the ANTHEM once more...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • EA
    • BioWare
    • PS4
    • ANTHEM
  • The Game Awards 2018 Journey to the Savage Planet Announced with Teaser Trailer

    Launches next year

    Games big and small were announced at this year's Game Awards, and one title that almost got swept under the carpet is Journey to the Savage Planet, a first person adventure game from a brand new developer. Typhoon Studios was founded by industry veterans, whose combined works include Assassin's Creed III, Far Cry 4, and Batman:...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • 505 Games
    • PS4
    • Journey to the Savage Planet
    • Announcements
  • The Game Awards 2018 The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe Spins a Yarn on PS4 Next Year with Brand New Content

    Stanley was pleased

    The Stanley Parable is a comedic narrative game that launched on PC about five years ago. It became something of a cult hit thanks to its myriad endings and amusing narration. A surprise announcement at The Game Awards 2018 revealed that the game is finally making its way to PS4 with The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe. Coming...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Crows Crows Crows
    • PS4
    • The Stanley Parable
    • Announcements
  • Review Just Deal With It! - A Party Game without the Excitement

    Bad hand

    A theme in our reviews of the recent wave of PlayLink games has been whether a game is necessary. When PlayLink was revealed last year, it felt like something new: That’s You couldn’t have been made without smartphones, while other titles like Hidden Agenda at least attempted something interesting. Fast-forward to this year, though,...

    • Reviews
    • Sony
    • PS4
    • PlayLink
    • Just Deal With It
  • The Game Awards 2018 Psychonauts 2 Gets Its First Trailer, and It's Looking Good

    Coming next year

    Double Fine Productions made a surprise appearance at The Game Awards 2018, showing off the debut trailer for Psychonauts 2. The project has been in the works for a while now after launching a successful crowd-funding campaign, and this is our first proper look at the game. It's looking rather good; that trademark humour is present...

    • The Game Awards 2018
    • Double Fine
    • PS4
    • Psychonauts
    • Trailers