Kept us waiting
Reporting on rumours surrounding Hideo Kojima's games is risky business. On the one hand, the talented provocateur is infamous for his sneaky teases, but on the other, the leaks are usually completely outlandish. For example, you may recall that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was originally announced as the project of a...
Games rise fine
It’s so easy to be cynical in this industry: one misstep and we pile on a given publisher or platform holder with a perverse form of glee. Geoff Keighley, the Canadian journalist who both bank rolled and organised last night’s The Game Awards, will have already been aware of this going into his big show – after all, the well...
Safety in numbers
Sneakily announced as part of The Game Awards last night, Trendy Entertainment quietly confirmed that Dungeon Defenders 2 will launch as a console exclusive on the PlayStation 4. Available in Early Access right now via Steam, the sequel promises more of the tower defence-inspired action that made the original fantasy-themed...
A fair few of the trailers at last night’s The Game Awards shindig seemed decidedly light in content, and Tacoma was one of them. The next title from Gone Home developer Fullbright, there’s no word yet on whether it will even come to the PlayStation 4. What we can be sure of, however, is that it will take place in space, and have a...
Like a digital stress ball
If, like this particular writer, you're constantly filled with the burning rage of a thousand suns, perhaps this new Godzilla game might be for you. Announced at The Game Awards today, the title will presumably involve stomping through various recreations of famous cities, while fighting off both the military and other...
We knew that we'd be seeing Bloodborne at today's industry extravaganza The Game Awards, but that didn't make it any less exciting. PlayStation Software Product Development Head Scott Rohde took to the stage to unveil a brand new trailer, which included a look at a never before seen level, as well as the game's expanded...
When does an indie developer stop being indie? We’ve no idea, but businessman Peter Moore seemed pretty stoked about EA Games’ acquisition of ‘indie’ developer Hazelight Studios. This team consists of the core crew behind the brilliant Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and is busy working on a game involving people in trains – or...
Excuse me while I sandpaper my throat
One of the highlights of The Game Awards 2014 was hearing Geralt's ridiculously gruff voice as a new The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt trailer whisked us away from the mundanity of the show. Teasing a second playable character, the CD Projekt Red representative merely told viewers to "keep an eye out", so we think that...
There are finite settings that can be used in games, and space is a good one. Forthcoming indie Adr1ft appears to have taken a few tips from a certain Sandra Bullock movie, as it sees you attempting to repair your damaged space vessel in the isolation of outer-space. The pretty PlayStation 4 title will set a course for the stars next...
The infinite frontier
After being the clear highlight at last year's abysmal VGX awards, No Man's Sky returned to this year's Keighley-funded Game Awards to strut its stuff once again. The always adorable Sean Murray from developer Hello Games appeared onstage to present a brand new trailer, whi
Up all night
This editor’s made no secret of his penchant for PlayStation 4 exclusive Until Dawn, and the Supermassive Games developed survival horror looked brilliantly bad in its The Game Awards showing tonight. The clip centred on a vulnerable Hayden Panettiere trying to escape from an incensed member of the Insane Clown Posse. Day one.
With the press for The Order: 1886 being a bit bungled so far, Ready At Dawn needed a big showing this weekend. Unfortunately, tonight’s world premiere trailer at The Game Awards wasn’t quite what we had in mind. While it showed plenty of frankly jaw dropping cut-scenes, it was particularly light in the gameplay department...
As promised, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's online mode received its debut trailer at The Game Awards today. The clip itself is something to behold, showing off what appears to be a suitably intense and exciting multiplayer extravaganza in which you and your friends infiltrate hostile bases together. Of course,
Games will rise
Are you strapped in and ready for a hectic weekend here on Push Square? Things are kicking off tonight with The Game Awards 2014, which is set to get underway from 18:00PM PST (21:00PM EST or 02:00AM GMT). Expect brand new trailers for PS4 exclusives like The Order: 1886, Bloodborne, and No Man’s Sky during the live stream. There...
Telling the time
We may be hyperventilating over PlayStation Experience right now – and a certain Street Fighter V reveal – but Geoff Keighley will be getting his moment in the limelight first. The Game Awards represents a reboot of the format previously peddled by Spike TV, and because this is being financed independently by the Canadian...
The Keigh to success
It's going to be a big week for news here at Push Square, with two major events looming large enough on the horizon to make our news team collectively shake in its boots. The first of these – the Geoff Keighley-funded The Game Awards – promises to be nothing if not an interesting affair. The usually boisterous spruiker has...
Keighley warns against megatons, though
We hope that you’re buckled in and ready for an amazing week here at Push Square, because things are kicking off ahead of the Christmas holidays. Not only is the PSone set to celebrate its 20th anniversary on Wednesday, but PlayStation Experience is also scheduled to occur over the weekend. And then, of...
Drake for it
Sony’s always been a big proponent of Spike TV’s typically terrible VGA Awards, but with Geoff Keighley flying solo this year, it looks like that’s not going to change. Part of an action packed weekend in Las Vegas – which is also set to host the PlayStation Experience fan convention – The Game Awards look like they’ll hold...
Courtesy of Keighley
The always embarrassing VGAs are gone for now, but that doesn't mean that Geoff Keighley fuelled extravaganzas are a thing of the past. Indeed, the showman is hosting his own event, The Game Awards, which will air on 5th December next week. Spruiking the show on Twitter, Keighley revealed that one of this year's patented 'world...
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