Tag: Psx 2017
PSX 2017 Listen to Ashley Johnson, Troy Baker Perform The Wayfaring Stranger
Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker opened The Last of Us: Part II’s PSX 2017 panel with a live rendition of classic American folk song The Wayfaring Stranger today. Both of the stars appeared to be performing in-character, and later discussion suggests that the performance will have relevance in the game. Numerous artists have covered The...
PSX 2017 Tennis World Tour Hits the PS4's Baseline in May
Come out swingin'
Sony casually debuted the first footage of Tennis World Tour at PSX 2017 this weekend, a title which it seems to be taking a lot of interest in. This is alpha footage so it does look pretty rough around the edges, but we can definitely see the Top Spin inspirations in the action, with the animation-heavy movement and the...
Reaction Sony Must Pick Between PSX or Paris Games Week
Platform holder's stretching itself thin
It’s been a curious conclusion to the year, we must admit. Back at E3 2017 we pondered whether PlayStation Experience was becoming more important to Sony than the Electronic Entertainment Expo after it opted for a safe but unspectacular presentation in Los Angeles. And then,
PSX 2017 Dreams Has a Full Digital Audio Workstation
Just another Reason to be excited
Everything you see and hear in Dreams is made in Dreams, including the music. As such, the game has a full digital audio workstation for you to faff around with, complete with sequencers, effects, and even processors, such as EQ plug-ins. This means that you can, essentially, create full songs within the software to...
PSX 2017 Killing Floor: Incursion Gets a Headshot on PSVR
Co-op shooter out next year
Virtual reality first-person shooter Killing Floor: Incursion will take aim at PlayStation VR next year, bringing co-operative gunplay to Sony’s flagship virtual reality format. In addition to a four-to-six hour campaign – which can be played solo or with a friend – the title will also feature a horde-inspired mode...
PSX 2017 Sucker Punch Collaborating with Sony Japan Studio on PS4's Ghost of Tsushima
Dev wants to keep things respectful
Western developers tackling Eastern themes is, for whatever reason, a rarity when it comes to gaming. When Ghost of Tsushima was announced at Paris Games Week 2017, we'll admit that we had it pinned as a Japanese-developed title, and like many, we were surprised to see American studio Sucker Punch credited at the...
PSX 2017 Blood & Truth Is Comfortably PSVR's Most Visually Impressive Game
Looking good, guv
The exciting thing about PlayStation VR is that we’re now approaching the second generation of software, with many teams already experienced with the medium and returning for a second bite of the cherry. This applies to Sony’s own London Studio, who worked on launch title PlayStation VR Worlds and is now back with Blood &...
PSX 2017 Uncharted Series Lifetime Sales Top 41.7 Million Units
Surely there’ll be life in Uncharted beyond The Lost Legacy? Sony announced during a 10th Anniversary panel at PSX 2017 today that the franchise has now topped 41.7 million units. This includes sales of each instalment, as well as the PlayStation 4 remaster The Nathan Drake Collection. It’s a wildly impressive figure, especially...
PSX 2017 The Last of Us 2 Is 50-60% Complete, Gameplay at E3 2018
Druckmann cautiously spills some details
The Last of Us: Part II’s panel at PSX 2017 was a fun watch, as host Hannah Hart grilled a visibly restrained Neil Druckmann on specifics about the game, but he did give away a few tidbits. Perhaps most notable is confirmation that the title is approximately 50 to 60 per cent complete. Druckmann was...
Live Watch All the PSX 2017 Panel Livestreams Right Here
Dreams! Ghost of Tsushima! The Last of Us: Part II!
PlayStation Experience begins properly today, with a string of panels and livestreams straight from California. Sony will be spotlighting its biggest and best first-party developers with a throng of presentations throughout the day, and it’ll also be showing off some of the best gameplay demos...
PSX 2017 Shadow of the Colossus Looks Outrageous on PS4 Pro
Wander of the world
Remember earlier in the year when we previewed Shadow of the Colossus’ upcoming PlayStation 4 remake and noted that it looks just as good as any current-gen release? Well here’s the proof. Sony’s gone live with a new PlayStation Underground video showing off the title in all of its spangly new glory, and we’re sur
PSX 2017 Go Behind the Scenes with Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4
A new behind the scenes trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man has been released alongside PSX 2017, touching upon the story, art direction, and more. There’s no new gameplay footage here, but it’s nice to get an update from Insomniac Games on how the project’s moving forward, and there are also some narrative tidbits that fans of the...
PSX 2017 Mega Man Joins the Hunt in Monster Hunter: World
Remember when Capcom treated Mega Man with such disdain that Keiji Inafune went and raised a fortune for spiritual successor Mighty No. 9, only to let everyone down with the final product? Well, the Japanese publisher’s finally bloody remembered its mascot, announcing an all-new entry in the series – and a Monster Hunter:...
PSX 2017 Firewall Zero Hour Brings Rainbow Six Tactics to PSVR
With full PSVR Aim Controller support
Ever wanted to play a tactical first-person shooter in PlayStation VR? In that case, Firewall Zero Hour may very well have been made for you. Launching exclusively on the PlayStation 4 with full PSVR Aim Controller support, the title sees you divided into teams, working to either recover or defend a laptop that...
Guide When and Where to Watch PSX 2017
Press conference, panel times, and predictions
This year’s PlayStation Experience is sounding like the biggest yet, with double the floor space and more games than ever before. But unless you’re actually heading out to the Anaheim convention, you could be forgiven for thinking the opposite: Sony’s confirmed that it won’t be holding a...
PSX 2017 Concrete Genie Seriously Looks Special
PixelOpus brings painting to life
God bless, PlayStation! Seriously, where else can you find such wild creative variety as Death Stranding, Dreams, and Concrete Genie? The latter, announced at Paris Games Week earlier in the year, has been flying under the radar a little bit – but boy does it look special! The title was on display as part of a PSX...
PSX 2017 Ghost of Tsushima Eclipses the Scale of inFAMOUS: Second Son
From Seattle to Tsushima
Sucker Punch’s shock feudal PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima sounds like it’ll be the Seattle studio’s biggest ever game, eclipsing the scale of the small but obsessively detailed inFAMOUS: Second Son. Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida confirmed as much during a PSX 2017 panel, adding that the project...
PSX 2017 Sony Commits to Single Player, Jokes About Service Games
Layden lays the smackdown
Sony does make service-based games; MLB The Show 17 and Gran Turismo Sport are examples of that business model in action. However, the platform holder’s also one of the few publishers doubling down on single player titles right now, and speaking at PSX 2017 overnight, PlayStation boss Shawn Layden has noted the...
PSX 2017 Shadow of the Colossus Has a 60FPS Performance Mode on PS4 Pro
If you prefer
The port masters over at Bluepoint Games have revealed that Shadow of the Colossus will feature two different modes on PlayStation 4 Pro: Performance mode and Cinematic mode. Cinematic mode, as you can probably imagine, bumps the game's resolution up -- supporting 4K -- while keeping the frame rate capped at 30 frames per second...
PSX 2017 Monster Hunter: World Gets a Gorgeous Story Trailer
Playing the Monster Hunter: World beta this weekend, are you? Well, if you're not quite hyped to give Capcom's creature-slaying test run a shot, then we'd recommend watching this new trailer. The three-minute video gives us a better idea of what to expect from the game's story. Yes, you'll be spending most of your time taking out beasts...
PSX 2017 Virtual Reality Punch Out Knockout League Coming to PSVR
Boxing is a brilliant fit for virtual reality, and Knockout League looks set to bring some Punch Out-inspired sparring to PlayStation VR next year. Using a combination of Sony’s headset and the PlayStation Move wands to allow you to dodge, weave, and throw a mean haymaker, the title will see you training before duelling against a cast...
PSX 2017 SoulCalibur VI Sharpens Up with More Gameplay Footage
It's time to duel
SoulCalibur VI has received a fresh trailer at PlayStation Experience 2017, showcasing some more in-depth gameplay as Mitsurugi and Sophitia duel on a newly revealed stage. We're sure this'll be one for the more hardcore fighting game fans to analyse, as it seems to highlight a number of different mechanics. Right off the...
PSX 2017 Sony Working to Allow PSN Name Changes within the Next Year
Good news for those with embarrassing IDs
You may finally be able to change your PlayStation Network username next year. The oft-requested feature, which has become a bit of running gag in recent years thanks to certain podcast segments, has been met mostly with silence from the platform holder. But at PSX 2017 overnight, PlayStation chief Shawn...
PSX 2017 Death Stranding's Nuts New Trailer Had Gameplay in It
Game makes sense after "four or five hours"
Death Stranding’s new trailer is not a CG concept – it’s running in real-time on the PlayStation 4 Pro, courtesy of Guerrilla Games’ stunning Decima Engine. In fact, according to creator Hideo Kojima there’s actually bits and pieces of gameplay in it – although it’s not immediately obvious...
PSX 2017 Dreams Single Player Screens Reveal Staggering Visuals
We must be Dreaming
Dreams has a three-pronged single player campaign which you can read about through here. The most impressive thing about it, though, is that it’s been built entirely within, well, Dreams. Confused? Okay, let’s try again: Dreams is essentially an imagination simulation where you’re given the freedom to design, animate,...
PSX 2017 Days Gone Will Bring the Apocalypse to PS4 in 2018
Post-apocalyptic open world undead-‘em-up Days Gone will ride to the PlayStation 4 in 2018, Worldwide Studios chief Shuhei Yoshida told Greg Miller as part of a PSX 2017 panel. The title was previously undated, but Sony’s been pretty weird with release windows in the last couple of years, refusing to commit to anything until the...
PSX 2017 Patapon 2 Drums Down a PS4 Remaster
Pata-pata-pata-pon! Hot on the heels of this year’s Patapon remaster for PlayStation 4, Sony’s announced that Patapon 2 Remastered is on the way. Once again boasting 4K presentation on the PS4 Pro, this port of the legendary PSP rhythm role-playing sequel introduces a slew of new characters to the mix – including the fully customisable...
PSX 2017 Lost Soul Aside Will Keep You Occupied Until Devil May Cry 5
There was no sign of the rumoured Devil May Cry 5 at PSX 2017 overnight, but Lost Soul Aside should hold your interest in the meantime. The Chinese developed character action has an impressive story, starting life as a fanmade project that went viral before being snapped up by Sony and entering full-scale production. Playable at...
PSX 2017 Jupiter & Mars Announced for PS4, PSVR
Whale of a time
Jupiter & Mars was announced at PSX 2017, and it's coming to both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. No date was confirmed, but we'd say 2018 is a safe bet. It appears to be an undersea adventure/exploration game, set in a distant future where humans have "disappeared". Details are thin on the ground, but we do know you play...
PSX 2017 Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Revealed for PSVR
Well-liked virtual reality title will release on PlayStation VR in 2018. The puzzler is renowned for being impressively tactile, allowing you to use your PlayStation Move wands to interact with virtually everything that you can see in the world. The game's playable at PSX 2017 this weekend, and there's a trailer embedded above.
PSX 2017 Take a Trip to Donut County, Coming to PS4 in 2018
Donut County, the latest indie title from Annapurna Interactive, is heading to PlayStation 4 next year. Announced during Sony's PlayStation Presents show at PSX 2017, this unusual game sees you play as a small hole in the universe, with a loose goal of swallowing up all and sundry to grow bigger, though to what end remains a mystery...
PSX 2017 MediEvil Rises from Its Grave with a PS4 Remaster
It started at the beginning. Shawn Layden has become infamous for his t-shirts that hold subtle and not-so-subtle secrets, and he was at it again with PSX 2017 by zipping it up in a jacket. At the conference's end, he finally revealed that his apparel of choice for the night points toward a remaster of MediEvil, which will be coming to...
PSX 2017 WipEout Omega Collection Ups the Ante with Free PSVR Patch
Are you VReady to go?
WipEout Omega Collection is getting a free update in Early 2018 which will incorporate PlayStation VR support. This will allow you to play through all three titles in the compilation in virtual reality. But that's not all: Sony's also adding three new bespoke PSVR vehicles with full 3D interiors. If that wasn't enough, the...
PSX 2017 Get Up Close and Personal with Trico in The Last Guardian VR
Where the wild things are
Bonding with Trico is a magical, emotional experience throughout The Last Guardian. The story-driven and mechanical themes of teamwork are spread throughout Fumito Ueda's projects whether you're playing alongside Agro or Yorda, but it's even more intimate with Trico since you're immensely dependent on each other. Wondering...
PSX 2017 God of War PS4 Takes 25-30 Hours to Beat, Says Dev
The longest in the series by far
God of War director Cory Barlog has revealed a juicy detail regarding the upcoming PlayStation 4 release. During the PlayStation Experience 2017 opening presentation, Barlog stated that the game takes around 25 to 30 hours to complete. If accurate, that means it's easily the longest title in the series. We already...
Live Watch the PlayStation Presents PSX 2017 Livestream Right Here
Live coverage from Sony's presentation
Sony’s PSX 2017 press conference has been swapped out for a more low-key PlayStation Presents presentation this year, but we’re bringing you the livestream all the same. Featuring developer interviews, updates, and some smaller announcements, this laidback affair promises to be a must-watch for fans –...
News Media Molecule to Host Dreams Game Jam at PSX 2017
What are you Dreaming of?
Those attending PSX 2017 next week will have the opportunity to drop by the Dreams booth in order to participate in a Game Jam that Media Molecule’s planning. According to the PlayStation Blog, the creative competition will give attendees a crash course in “how quick and easy it is to make games, music, and more just...
News PSX 2017 Will Require Coffee if You're in Europe
Sony outlines schedule for show
We’re sure attendees are going to have a blast on the PlayStation Experience 2017 showfloor this year, but it’s sounding like a disaster if you want to follow the show outside of the United States. Sony’s revealed the schedule for the annual event which kicks off on Friday, 8th December – and you’re going to...
News Chinese Devil May Cry Lost Soul Aside Targets PSX 2017
Devil may care
Do you remember Lost Soul Aside? It first emerged as a really promising fan project, but it got so much attention that Sony actually signed it up as part of its China Hero Project, and now it’ll be playable at PSX 2017 next month. The game was listed as one of the titles that will be playable at the PlayStation convention, and now...
News It Looks Like Dragon's Crown Pro Will Be Heading West on PS4
Playable at PSX 2017
There's been no official word on whether Dragon's Crown Pro -- the PlayStation 4 remaster of fantastic dungeon brawler Dragon's Crown -- will make it West, but it's now looking very likely due to it being playable at next month's PlayStation Experience event. PlayStation Experience 2017 will take place, as per usual,...
News Sony's Bringing Over 100 PS4, PSVR Games to PSX 2017
The press conference may be a low-key affair this year, but Sony’s still bringing the heat for attendees at PlayStation Experience 2017 next month. The platform holder has revealed the near-final list of playable games for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR, and there’s over 100 titles on the docket. Many of these are yet to be...
Rumour Devil May Cry 5 and SoulCalibur VI Will Be at PSX, Says Hard-to-Believe Leak
Okay, so this is one of those big fat Reddit rumour posts that we don't usually report on, but since a number of sites have already picked it up and people are starting to pay attention, we thought that we'd better weigh in with our thoughts. This particular poster claims to have leaked the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles being in Injustice...
News Media Molecule Will Light Up PSX 2017 with Dreams Re-Reveal
It’s been a long time since we learned anything about Dreams, the madcap imagination simulation from Media Molecule. But as alluded overnight, the Guildford-based developer will return at PSX 2017 next month to tell us more about the game. While it sounds like Sony will have a very low-key presentation instead of a press conference...
News PSX 2017 May Not Have a Proper Press Conference This Year
Expect updates on Ghost of Tsushima and Dreams, though
PlayStation Experience has become known for its pre-show press conference in the early weeks of December, but it’s starting to sound more and more like this year’s event may not have a media briefing on the scale that many are expecting. We’ll try to clarify with Sony, but there was...
News Sony's Unique Collectible Cards Will Return at PSX 2017
Gotta catch 'em all
For those of you who don’t know, Sony weirdly started a collectible card series at PlayStation Experience a few years back. It’s been adding to its collection of foil-embossed ephemera at various events like E3 and Road to Greatness, and once again the popular paper-based goods will return at PSX 2017 later in the year...
News PlayStation Experience 2017 Tickets Can Be Purchased Now
Sony teases "special event" before the show
Sony’s annual PlayStation Experience bonanza will return to the Anaheim Convention Center on 9th and 10th December – and you’re all invited. Well, if you buy tickets, of course. Sony’s flogging Early Bird passes online right now, and they include access to a “special event” the evening before...
News PlayStation Experience 2017 Makes Tracks for Malaysia This August
Sure, why not?
There’ll be a PlayStation Experience in South East Asia in addition to the main event planned for Anaheim in December. Sony’s confirmed that a similar show will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 5th August, where fans will get hands-on time with a variety of upcoming games. Confirmed titles thus far include Detroit: Become...
E3 2017 Sony Considering Gamescom 2017 Press Conference
Platform holder pondering European show
Sony’s always been a big presence on the Gamescom showfloor, but it opted not to hold a German press conference in 2015 due to scheduling issues and again in 2016 as it placed increased focus on E3 and PlayStation Experience. But now PlayStation Europe chief Jim Ryan has hinted that it may hold a European...
Talking Point Is PSX Now More Important to Sony Than E3?
Priorities may be shifting
Here’s a question worth pondering: is Sony’s own PlayStation Experience now more important to the platform holder than E3? Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida said yesterday that the company held back PlayStation 4 exclusive announcements during its press conference this week, and that we’d learn more about...
E3 2017 PlayStation Experience 2017 Slated for December
Clear your diary
We love covering all of the conventions here at Push Square, but we definitely have a soft spot for PlayStation Experience. The annual fan event has become a part of the PlayStation fabric in recent years, so we’re excited to learn that it will return to the Anaheim Convention Center between 9th December and 10th December this...