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  • News You'll Be Able to Take Flight in Luftrausers on PS3 and Vita Soon

    Just like R. Kelly

    Vlambeer’s awesome 8-bit dogfight-‘em-up Luftrausers is set to soar onto the PlayStation 3 and Vita soon, publisher Devolver Digital has confirmed. The indie outfit is targeting a simultaneous release across five platforms, with the two abovementioned Sony systems set to join the pixelated party. A hard date should be with us...

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    Review Doki-Doki Universe

    Everybody do the robot

    We’re a funny lot, the human race. Capable on the one hand of compassion and understanding, we’re also simultaneously prone to bouts of some much less desirable traits. Doki-Doki Universe from HumaNature – a team made up of some of the creators of 16-bit classic ToeJam & Earl – takes you on a tour of, well, human...

  • News Don't Worry, You'll Be Able to Play Some of Yakuza Ishin

    Japanese demo striking out soon

    Anyone with an ounce of sense knows that a Japanese PlayStation Network account is virtually mandatory if you want to test out some exotic software. And while it’s still unclear whether Yakuza Ishin will actually make its way overseas, at least you’ll be able to use your abovementioned alternate login to play the...

  • News Feel Almighty with This Mighty No. 9 Alpha Footage

    Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune gives it his approval

    Former Capcom executive Keiji Inafune has released a one minute video of himself playing Mega Man's spiritual successor, Mighty No. 9. The footage showcases early alpha gameplay and demonstrates a handful of the mechanics currently in the crowd-funded game. In addition, the clip gives us some...

  • News Far Cry Classic Turns Back the Clocks Next Week on PS3

    Not so far anymore

    Shed tears no more, the previously announced Far Cry Classic now has a North American release date of 11th February. Ubisoft previously confirmed that the old-school title would hit the European PlayStation Store on 12th February. We must say, it's a bit odd that this announcement took so long, but we suppose that it's nice to...

  • Interview Double Helix Games on Carving Out a New Strider for PS4

    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

  • News Bask in the Blinding Lights of Velocity 2X on PS4 and Vita

    Yippee Kai-yay

    At this point, we’re convinced that the fine folks at FuturLab scoff a special brand of Corn Flakes for breakfast. This eager editor has energy in abundance, but even he can’t match the output of the award-winning Brighton-based studio. It should come as no surprise, then, that mere days after Surge Deluxe’s release, the team...

  • News Free PS3 Fighter SoulCalibur: Lost Swords Steps into the Ring in Spring

    En garde

    Get ready to choose your weapon this Spring in SoulCalibur: Lost Swords. Releasing exclusively for the PlayStation 3, this fresh release is taking the franchise in a new direction, opting for a free-to-play format. While not a lot's been said about the fighter since its reveal last year, newly rebranded publisher Bandai Namco has produced...

  • Game of the Month January 2014 - Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

    One more treasure for Lara

    For once, January was a relatively quiet month here at Push Square in terms of reviews. With no real blockbusters bursting onto the PlayStation scene, last month's vote was always going to be a tricky one, as we had to round up titles that some of our staff had never even heard of. But as they say, the show must go on –...

  • News Child of Light Will Cast a Spell on PS4, PS3 on 30th April

    Kingdom come

    It’s kept us in the dark for what feels like a lifetime, but Ubisoft has pointed a big bright beam at Child of Light this evening, confirming that the throwback role-playing game will release on 30th April in Europe and North America on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. You’ll need to stump up £11.99/$14.99 in order to obtain...

  • Store Update 5th February 2014 (Europe)

    Scared to spend

    Red Barrels’ spooky survival horror revival Outlast is arguably the most noteworthy addition to the European PlayStation Store this week, but it’s in esteemed company. Other highlights include FuturLab’s supercharged match-three puzzler Surge Deluxe, Capcom’s acrobatic clean-‘em-up Dustforce, and the long awaited second...

  • Interview Connecting the Blocks with Surge Deluxe Developer FuturLab


    Brighton-based developer FuturLab may just be the most consistent studio working on the PlayStation Vita right now. Having made its name in the PlayStation Minis space, the award-winning outfit has made the jump to native portable production with the kind of poise that you’d expect from a more experienced team. And with the brilliant...

  • News Strider Barrages Us with a Release Date, Pricing, and Customisation Details

    As quick as you like

    Over on Capcom's official Facebook page, the Japanese publisher has let rip with a bounty of new information regarding the upcoming return of Strider. The post states that the game will be slashing its way to Europe on 19th February, where it will cost €14.99 / £11.99. It also goes on to detail several newly revealed modes,...

  • Store Update 4th February 2014 (North America)

    Cleaning up

    After a somewhat slow start to the year, the North American PlayStation Store is officially back into the swing of things. The first update of February is a real wallet drainer, with the likes of Dustforce, King Oddball, and Surge Deluxe all vying for your attention. Elsewhere, PlayStation Plus members will be able to obtain Outlast for...

  • News Rule the Sky in Free PS3 Flight Sim Ace Combat Infinity

    Is it a bird, is it a plane?

    Namco Bandai’s quest for control of the free-to-play space on the PlayStation 3 will take another step closer to completion today, as the Japanese publisher has launched the open beta for upcoming arcade flight sim Ace Combat Infinity. Available imminently in Europe and North America, the company is looking for your...

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    Review Surge Deluxe

    Index addiction

    There’s something deadly about the combination of addictive gameplay and online leaderboards. It’s something that we sampled in Rock Band, where grown men would blast out Hannah Montana songs in the hopes of nailing those few extra notes. Surge Deluxe is equally moreish, without ever serving as a gateway to twerking. As such, if...

  • News Things Are Looking Grimm in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2

    It's one of those days

    While this Big Bad Wolf may have been in hibernation over the holiday period, the atmosphere is starting to get a little tense in The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 - Smoke and Mirrors. With the series set to continue next week, we've been given a sneak peak at what's to come in the trailer embedded below. Don't think that your...

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    Review Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse - Episode 1

    Not broken, just bent

    Kickstarter has been the proud parent to many creations over the past few years, the latest of which is the fifth instalment in the legendary point-and-click adventure franchise, Broken Sword. Split into two parts for some bewildering reason – with the second episode due out in the first quarter of this year – Broken Sword...

  • News Surge Deluxe Draws an Electrical Current to PS Vita Next Week

    Trip the light fantastic

    We understand that there's plenty of pent up demand for big blockbuster games on the PlayStation Vita, but sometimes you just need a nice little timewaster. Fortunately, FuturLab's sensational Surge Deluxe aims to reinvigorate your toilet gaming sessions with supercharged match-three action from next week, as the...

  • Store Update 29th January 2014 (Europe)

    Pick 'n' mix

    Much like its North American companion, the most noteworthy addition in this week's European PlayStation Store update is Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. It’s not exactly travelling alone, though, with Tecmo Koei’s gigantic Toukiden demo and the colossal Curve Studios mega bundle coming along for the ride. We should probably point...

  • Store Update 28th January 2014 (North America)

    Grave robber

    This week marks the arrival of the first major post-launch PlayStation 4 title, with Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition aiming to light a torch on your next generation console. Like every release for Sony’s latest super machine, you’ll be able to pick up a copy of the game digitally from the PlayStation Store – and it’ll cost you...

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    Review Zombeer

    Brain dead

    Games that aim to make their audience laugh are a very hard thing to pull off. After all, not everyone’s funny bone has the same comedic sensibilities, and that makes it a difficult line to traverse. As a result, for every Portal there are three stinkers like Deadpool waiting in the wings. Moonbite and Padaone Games are the latest...

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    Review Twisted Lands: Shadow Town

    Twist and shout

    Twisted Lands: Shadow Town is a hidden objects game by Alawar Entertainment, ported from mobile platforms to the PlayStation 3. While it’s been available on the PlayStation Network for a few months now in Europe, it’s just arrived in North America. The big question is: should it have taken the long journey over the Atlantic in...

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    Review Forest Legends: The Call of Love

    Tree hugger

    With a name like Forest Legends: The Call of Love, we were expecting one of those racy Japanese sex games here. In fact, this particular author was practically salivating over the prospect of playing such a filthy experience. Needless to say, when this downloadable PlayStation 3 adventure turned out to be a point-and-click escapade, we...

  • News Minecraft: PS3 Edition Moves Past One Million Sales in One Month

    Dig dug

    You didn’t think that Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition’s relatively late arrival on Sony’s ageing system would impede its commercial performance, did you? Good, because after around a month available on the PlayStation Network, the indie smash has already exceeded sales in the region of one million units. We’re convinced that people...

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    Review Adam's Venture Chronicles

    Can you Adam and Eve it?

    If there’s one thing that’s missing from Uncharted, it’s puzzles that test your knowledge of the Bible. We’ve all thought it at some point: Nathan Drake just doesn’t believe in God enough. Don’t worry too much, though, as the folks behind Adam’s Venture Chronicles have spotted a gap in the market, and there are...

  • News Free PS3 Fighter Tekken Revolution Exceeds 2.5 Million Downloads

    Jin-ius idea

    Namco Bandai’s free-to-play PlayStation 3 fighter Tekken Revolution may have been something of an experiment for the Japanese publisher, but it’s turned out to be quite a successful one. The company has confirmed that the complimentary punch-'em-up has now exceeded downloads in the region of 2.5 million – and it’s celebrating...

  • News Capcom's Strider Reboot Will Cut Your PS4 to Pieces Next Month

    Just a scratch

    The immediate PlayStation 4 release schedule may look slimmer than the sharp end of Strider Hiryu’s sword, but that may be because developers are keeping their wares under wraps a lot longer these days. Take the upcoming Strider reboot in production at Silent Hill Homecoming developer Double Helix Games, which is set to take a...

  • Store Update 22nd January 2014 (Europe)

    Board to tears

    The great drought of 2014 hasn’t quite come to a conclusion yet, but this European PlayStation Store update shows signs of promise. In addition to likeable PlayStation Vita skateboarding sim OlliOlli, it also includes a handful of new titles, such as Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, Forest Legends: The Call of Love, and fresh DLC for...

  • Store Update 21st January 2014 (North America)

    Hype builder

    There are still a couple of months to go until it officially releases, but you can already pre-order hotly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive inFAMOUS: Second Son on the PlayStation Store. The digital edition will set you back a reasonable $59.99, and will come with the additional Cole MacGrath-themed missions that Sucker Punch teased...

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    Review Mahjong World Contest

    Top tiles

    Mahjong World Contest is a mahjong solitaire variant with two twists: there’s a three star rating based on objectives, and clearing the board isn’t necessarily your overall goal. These tweaks augment a degree of tactical thinking to a rule set that arguably lacks the original Chinese game’s strategy – and it’s better for it,...

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    Review BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 - Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

    Marathon man

    Commander Video must be the envy of every eight-bit gym attendee. The intrepid athlete at the heart of – wait for it – BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 – Future Legend of Rhythm Alien never seems to tire of jogging from left-to-right, making our Wendy’s weighted legs shudder at thought of such strenuous exercise. Still, with the...

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    Review OlliOlli

    Cool boarder

    Once at the apex of industry excitement, the extreme sports genre’s popularity has faded faster than the artwork on an abused skateboard. Now a pastime for Hanson imitating teenage misfits, the days of earnestly discussing kickflips over a curry in the office canteen have long faded. British indie Roll7’s hoping to turn back the...

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    Review The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 1 - All That Remains

    Bite me

    When episodic outfit Telltale Games’ macabre The Walking Dead adaptation first shuffled its way onto the PlayStation Network way back in 2012, many people were apprehensive following a string of licensed tie-ins that didn’t quite hit the mark. Perhaps this is part of the reason why Lee and Clementine’s five episode first season proved...

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    Review The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief

    Poirot Click

    Adventure games and mystery novel plots go together like butlers and random acts of homicide. There’s nothing better than a good whodunit, especially when you’re part of the action, neck-deep in clues and yelling at innocent bystanders in the hope that one of them knows something. The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief is a decent...

  • News Could PS2 Fright-Fest Project Zero Be Spooking the European PSN?

    "I ain't 'fraid of no ghost"

    Fan pleas to publishers for re-releases often fall on silent ears. For European admirers of the Project Zero franchise, however, there is a chance for their requests to finally be heard. Tecmo Koei asked its Twitter followers if they would like to see the series on the PlayStation Network earlier this week. The fact...

  • News Capcom to Livestream Exclusive Unseen Strider Gameplay

    Set your alarms

    Capcom will be hosting a livestream showing exclusive content from its upcoming futuristic action game Strider. The broadcast will be hosted on the publisher's Twitch channel at 16:00PM PDT (01:00AM GMT). For those of you that don't have work in the morning (or are alright with turning up late), the stream will showcase a brand new...

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    Review Streetkix Freestyle

    A kick in the balls

    Soccer may not be the most popular sport in the United States, but the same can’t be said outside of the country. Around the world, not only is football enormous, but it’s a lifestyle for many. As a result, the beautiful game has its own street iteration, boasting a number of mind-boggling ball tricks. Streetkix Freestyle...

  • Store Update 15th January 2014 (Europe)

    Nothing to see here

    There’s always hope that the European PlayStation Store update will drag out an unexpected release, but this week’s refresh is even slower than the one in North America. Highlights include middling PlayStation 3 port Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD, and, well, that’s honestly about it. Catch you next time, we guess...

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    Review Don't Starve

    The hunger game

    Nature is beautiful. We observe it from pictures and videos from the safety of our home. We get up close to it on vacations through tour guides and hikes. And sometimes, we even interact with it by camping in the wilderness, preparing with ample supplies and experiencing only a sliver of what it must be like to rough it for real. But...

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    Review Assassin's Creed Liberation HD

    Assassin's speed

    Retelling the rather erratic adventures of Aveline de Grandpré, Assassin's Creed Liberation HD leaps onto the PlayStation 3 after its moderate success on Sony's handheld console – and visually, it's just about what you'd expect. The game's events are now witnessed through a much clearer lens, with some drastically improved...

  • News Who Remembers The Wolf Among Us? It Returns Next Month

    Bigby deal

    Telltale Games proved that episodic gaming can work with its award-winning The Walking Dead tie-in, but there are signs that the still relatively small studio may have bitten off more than it can chew. Despite us lavishing the first instalment in its Fables spin-off with praise, it’s been almost three months since we last got an...

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    Review King Oddball Ends the World

    Rock royalty

    After an extended royal tour of pretty much every mobile platform on the planet, King Oddball Ends the World has rolled onto the PlayStation Vita. Offering projectile flinging fun in the vein of Angry Birds, this puzzle game looks to usurp the throne from the long time ruler and avoid being thrown into the dungeons for treason. With a...

  • Store Update 14th January 2014 (North America)

    'Ave it

    The industry’s still getting warmed up to 2014, so this North American PlayStation Store update is a little lean yet again. Nevertheless, fans of stealth action may be delighted to learn that PlayStation Vita port Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD has finally stepped out of the shadows, while Halfbrick developed dual-joystick shooter Age of...

  • News Two for Two as Dynasty Warriors Next Marches into February's EU PS Plus Update

    Get ready to unite China again

    Launch titles are often best left in the shadows as the younger, more attractive games hog the spotlight. February, however, marks Dynasty Warriors Next's five minutes of fame as it's confirmed to be one of February’s free PlayStation Vita titles for PlayStation Plus subscribers. With a fanbase as loyal as Call of...

  • News Better Top Up Your Wallets - PSN Launches Another Sale in North America

    14 for 14

    Sony are at it yet again, tempting us with all sorts of discounted greatness. Its latest promotion offers 28 games (14 for PS3, 14 for Vita) at up to half price, or up to 75 percent off for PlayStation Plus members. Highlights include the theatrical platformer Puppeteer for $7.00, fantastical JRPG Tales of Xillia for $10.00, and portable...

  • News Gasp, Outlast Confirmed for February EU Instant Game Collection

    The rumours were true

    We've been keeping our eyes on Red Barrels' popular horror title Outlast for a long time now. Mostly in the hopes that our fearless leader Sammy Barker wouldn't force us to sit through the terrifying ordeal for a review, but also because of the glowing reception that the game received following its release on the PC. Most...

  • News Papo & Yo Developer Touched by Fan's 'Moving' Letter

    Posts open response

    Papo & Yo developer Minority has posted a heart warming response to an anonymous fan after receiving a hand written letter signed with "music notes and a heart". Community manager Rommel Romero wrote on behalf of the studio: "I read your moving letter the moment that it got to our studio and felt that the team would love to...

  • Soapbox Sony Is Depriving Players of the Optimal PS Vita Experience

    Sammy Barker stumps up for some expensive storage

    After examining the ‘Add to Basket’ button in more detail than a washed-up celebrity does a reality television show contract, I took the plunge on a 64GB memory card for my PlayStation Vita recently. The extortionate storage sticks are currently only available in Asia, and considering that I...

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    Review Backgammon Blitz

    Cured to perfection

    Backgammon is one of the oldest games in existence, dating back thousands of years, and although in modern society it’s overshadowed by more popular timewasters like chess, it’s managed to find a home on the PlayStation 4 and its accompanying handheld, the PlayStation Vita. It’s true that in some instances the classics are...