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It’s nearing a year since The Last of Us: Part II released and subsequently secured virtually every award available, and so some fans are pondering what’s next for Naughty Dog. We know that the team is working on a fully-fledged multiplayer game set within the series’ post-apocalyptic universe, but many had anticipated seeing...
4K, 60 frames-per-second with DualSense support
Sony San Diego has officially confirmed MLB The Show 21’s Stadium Creator, which leaked earlier in the game’s marketing cycle. Surprisingly, this feature will be exclusive to the next-gen versions of the title, so while you’ll be able to build your own ballpark on the PlayStation 5, the feature...
Every game Sony's porting to PC
What are all the PlayStation Studios games on PC? Sony is slowly bringing select releases from its catalogue to storefronts such as Steam and the Epic Games Store, and you may be wondering which titles are available now and coming in the future. In this guide, we’ll be listing all PlayStation Studios games on PC –...
Which titles support Sony's new gun?
Sony’s virtual reality solution PSVR already requires significant investment, but the PlayStation VR Aim Controller really is worth owning if you’re – ahem – aiming to get the most out of the headset. While the peripheral is only supported by a handful of games thus far, it really does add to the...
Grab your complimentary copy of Ratchet & Clank
As announced last week, Sony is bringing back its Play At Home initiative for a second year, as the world continues to grapple with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The platform holder has promised to expand the promotion this time, but it’s getting things started with Ratchet
It’s been a long wait, but the turn-based Yakuza: Like a Dragon will finally make its move on PlayStation 5 this week. The game launched on the PlayStation 4 – and various other platforms – last year, but was delayed on Sony’s next-gen console, presumably due to marketing arrangements. Fortunately, those deals have now elapsed,...
The wait of a lifetime
There’s nothing quite like GTA Online, with its ever-evolving multiplayer sandbox, but by the grace of the Epsilon Program, it sure takes its sweet time firing up. Originally, it was assumed this could be a handicap of the PlayStation 3 – and later PS4 – hardware, but even installing it on the PS5’s uber-fast SSD fails...
Lots to look forward to
While the slate of brand new PlayStation 5 releases does admittedly look a little light, next-gen early adopters have tons to look forward to this month, as publishers load up on free PS4 to PS5 upgrades. The shiny re-releases start 2nd March with Yakuza: Like a Dragon, which was seemingly postponed on Sony’s new console...
LA no way
Documentation filed by the Board of Los Angeles Convention and Tourism that’s been dug up by gaming forum ResetEra appears to confirm that E3 2021 live event has been axed. While that’s not overly surprising given global circumstances, the annual convention is listed as “cancelled”, although apparently talks are ongo
The search begins
A leaked Elden Ring trailer that’s allegedly circulating in online chat groups has the Internet abuzz, as gamers desperately search for the video clip. This weekend, rumours flared regarding an imminent re-reveal of the hotly anticipated FromSoftware release, and that led to a
Update: Google has told Games Radar that VGC’s report on cancelled Stadia projects, including a title by Hideo Kojima, is “inaccurate and reported hearsay as fact”. It added that it “[doesn't] have anything, nor has announced anything, with Kojima or Yu Suzuki”. Original Story:
Game of groans
Elden Ring, the next game from FromSoftware, has always been highly anticipated – but it’s reached cult status recently, due to the Japanese developer’s silence about it. Just what is the status of this project? And why is it taking so long to return to the public eye? Comments from various journalists have raised hopes that a...
"It was a mistake"
In an interview that’s sure to have his publicist pulling out his or her hair once more, Tom Holland has described his performance as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted movie as a “mistake” and “something that I will probably never do again”. To be clear, he’s not talking about the role itself, just his performance in it...
"It's what's best for everyone"
Despite attaching a big fat ‘2021’ to the end of God of War Ragnarok’s teaser trailer, we don’t think anyone in the industry realistically expects it to release this year. However, there’s always a contingent of outspoken fans who whip themselves into a frenzy ahead of gaming events like State of Play,...
Busy week, easy weekend
What a wonderful week it was for video game news – sure, there were highs and lows, but at least the industry felt alive for a little while. We’ll take the ups and downs over the lifeless corpse that our pastime has felt like these past few weeks. Sammy Barker, Editor: I’ve decided not to start any new games until...
Will share more in the future
Sony recently announced a partnership with the Jackie Robinson Foundation, which will see $1 from sales of MLB The Show 21’s upcoming Collector’s Edition donated to the charity to “fund scholarships, with a strong focus on women of colour as they are the most underrepresented group in the gaming industry”.
Sammy argues the writing was on the wall
Back in 2013, when Allan Becker – the former head of Sony Santa Monica – was convinced by then-Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida to run Japan Studio, he told Kotaku his ultimate ambition: “For Japan Studio to be relevant globally in two and a half years.” In the seven plus years since that...
You may be forgiven for forgetting, but the PlayStation 5 has a slot for you to insert an additional SSD storage device, it’s just been blocked from use since launch. This is because the platform holder is taking additional time to whitelist certain drives; the company wants to ensure that you purchase an SSD fast enough to run next-gen...
Republished on Friday, 26th February, 2021: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of March 2021's PS Plus lineup. The original text follows. Farpoint is both the most innovative and primitive first-person shooter you’ll play this year. The next tentpole PlayStation VR title, this sci-fi...
Team ASOBI to build on the popularity of Astro's Playroom
Sony has officially confirmed that it’s “re-organising” Japan Studio, effective 1st April. One of the oldest first-party teams within the platform holder’s stable will be restructured around Team ASOBI, the developer of the recent Astro’s Playroom, as well as Astro Bot Rescue...
That ain't just hype rising
Activision didn’t need to sell us on Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, but y’know, it’s been a long time since we “felt the suck” here at Push Square Towers, so it’s good to know that the DualSense will deliver. Look, any livestream from a platform holder is a commercial – but this is an advertisement...
What’s one of the benefits of having your game published by EA? In the case of Knockout City, you get to announce the game during a Nintendo Direct – and then show the gameplay during a State of Play. Most games could only dream of this kind of promotion, but you may still want to ask the developers of Rocket Arena how it all worked out...
Arkane Studios knows how to make a good game, which is why we must all enjoy Deathloop while we can – it may be the team’s last PlayStation 5 title, after all. This new trailer for the forthcoming first-person shooter is a must-watch as well: it’s a 70s spy movie montage, with a slamming song and plenty of kaleidoscope effects...