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217.2 MB of added stability for your PlayStation
As much as we applaud Sony's efforts at rolling out its recent firmware update to version 2.00, which added new and exciting features to the PlayStation 4, many have noted an unfortunate glitch which makes it impossible to turn the super system back on once it's been put into Rest Mode. Thankfully...
Because I’m happy
Another year brings another instalment into Ubisoft’s multiplatform dance juggernaut, predictably entitled Just Dance 2015 this time. The aim of the game is as simple as it gets: you have to replicate the dance moves that the on-screen silhouette dancers perform in time with the music and as accurately as you can. The ethos is...
No DIY required
The PlayStation 4's camera sure is a nifty bit of kit: you can while away the hours in The Playroom or simply control your console with your voice. You can even play Just Dance 2014 with it if you're so inclined. One of the only downsides to this nifty tech is Sony's insistence on using a proprietary cable plug. Sure, it looks like...
Studio taking it all in its Strider
It’s all change at Double Helix Games, with online retailer Amazon recently announcing that it had acquired the company outright. Fortunately, the takeover has not disrupted development on the studio’s promising Strider reboot, which is set to cut your console of choice to pieces on
Will it keep you warm during Winter?
When the PlayStation 4 was first announced by Sony last year, the platform holder made a handful of next generation promises which we feel that it has delivered on. For starters, the visuals are far superior to its ageing accomplice, the touchpad is able to add depth to certain genres, and the general interface...
Also adores the Kylie Minogue song
Sony boss Kaz Hirai certainly made an engaging keynote speech at CES 2014. Among other things, he announced cloud streaming service PlayStation Now, looked back at previous company success stories, and outlined some more recent highlights such as Media Molecule’s delightful paper-based platformer
Keep your eyes peeled
Following up on the tantalising news that PS4 stock has been trickling into GAME stores today, we reached out to Argos to see what its stock situation looks like. [tweet If you're desperately trying to source a console this side of Christmas, it certainly looks like it's worth keeping your eyes on Argos to see when its next...
Monster trucks and caped crusaders
To introduce you to the team we've put together here at Push Square, we asked each team member for two PS3 games they considered absolutely essential. Here, operations director Darren Calvert reveals two of his favourites. MotorStorm: Pacific Rift: MotorStorm: Pacific Rift picks up the adrenaline-fuelled racing...
Sackboy won’t be in Santa’s sack this Christmas!
One of the most anticipated upcoming Move-enabled games has to be Media Molecule’s LittleBigPlanet 2 which was due for release in November 2010. It’s all set to build on the excellent LittleBigPlanet from 2008 and add tons of new level-building functionality that will knock your socks off. So...
Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away...
Flight Control HD is coming to land on PSN in Europe and Australia tomorrow. This time of course it's got PlayStation Move support and has been translated to glorious HD. To coincide with this imminent arrival we took the opportunity to fly some questions over to Firemint's Community Manager, Alexandra...