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Perhaps one of the most exciting announcements of this week is this new multimedia remote control for PS4, known as the Cloud Remote. Seemingly only available in the US, the Cloud Remote is essentially a universal TV remote that is compatible with the console's various media apps, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu. According to a new...
Here we go again
Bloody Hell, is it that time again? Recently, UK internet provider TalkTalk had its website taken down and its stored customer information accessed by supposed hackers. Panic ensued as the media got its grubby hands of the news, and then the whole thing turned out to not be quite as bad as anticipated. Of course, you can't have a...
Beyond the grave
Naturally we think that Push Square is the best PlayStation website on the net, but we're not oblivious to the great content available elsewhere. One of this author's favourites was always Podcast Beyond, the flagship IGN podcast featuring Greg Miller and Colin Moriarty. There's good news, then, for fans of the old show – as it's...
Multiformat publications tend to sit on the fence for obvious reasons, but popular British magazine EDGE has pulled no punches with its latest issue. The next generation special runs with the headline, “This is your next console,” and includes a picture of the PlayStation 4 hardware. It continues that Sony’s system is the “only...
Sony has revealed that the new game media for the NGP that will house all upcoming games will be between 2GB and 4GB in size, a portion of which will be reserved for game saves and patches. This surpasses the PSP UMD format’s capacity, which capped games at just under 2GB. While this is certainly good news, it seems almost like a...
The ESA's opened up registration for E3 2011 with a massive list of confirmed exhibitors
Amongst the confirmed names are Sony, EA, Activision and SEGA. "Big video game publishers go to big video game convention". Shocking news. You can view the full exhibitor list through here. What do you think's going to be at this year's E3? Ahem. PSP2, no? Ahem.
British rag The Daily Telegraph have coined a new medical disease for those who play Playstation too much - "PlayStation palmar hidradenitis"
Based on one singular case, the constantly wonderful "press" outlet have decided it will increase circulation numbers is time to publish yet more anti-video game propaganda. This time relating to skin trauma of the palms on one particular patient..