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Talking Point: What Free February 2020 PS Plus Games Do You Want?

When will February 2020’s PS Plus lineup be announced? What’s the February 2020 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when will the February 2020 PS Plus games be announced? January 2020’s lineup is done and dusted, and many were disappointed with the selection of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator, even when the former in…

Call of Duty Marketing Seemingly Sticks with Sony in PS5 Launch Year

Call of Duty League partner. Ownership over the marketing of the Call of Duty franchise might not be quite as important as it was at the beginning of the PlayStation 4 generation, but it’s still something worth having under your belt. Sony has held the rights to advertising Activision’s mammoth first-person shooter series for more…

Reminder: Stunning Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Dynamic Theme Is Only Free for Another Week

Phwoar. Update: As Sucker Punch has thoughtfully pointed out on Twitter, you only have a week left (31st January) before that great looking Ghost of Tsushima dynamic PS4 theme is gone. All you need is one of the codes that we’ve posted below. Original story: Ghost of Tsushima is going to be one of the…

Resident Evil 2 celebrates its first anniversary with development stories from the PS4 remake’s creators

One year ago, Capcom resurrected its survival horror opus, Resident Evil 2, to terrify a whole new generation. A complete rebuild of the PSone classic, Remake managed to hit the iconic highs of the original, introduce fresh surprises and give us one of the most memorable bogeymen of the PS4-era in the form of Mr.…

Talking Point: What Free February 2020 PS Plus Games Do You Want?

When will February 2020’s PS Plus lineup be announced? What’s the February 2020 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when will the February 2020 PS Plus games be announced? January 2020’s lineup is done and dusted, and many were disappointed with the selection of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator, even when the former in particular is a must-own game. With Microsoft’s own Xbox Game Pass gaining momentum, the Japanese…

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Call of Duty Marketing Seemingly Sticks with Sony in PS5 Launch Year

Call of Duty League partner. Ownership over the marketing of the Call of Duty franchise might not be quite as important as it was at the beginning of the PlayStation 4 generation, but it’s still something worth having under your belt. Sony has held the rights to advertising Activision’s mammoth first-person shooter series for more than four and a half years now, and it looks like that partnership is set…

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Reminder: Stunning Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Dynamic Theme Is Only Free for Another Week

Phwoar. Update: As Sucker Punch has thoughtfully pointed out on Twitter, you only have a week left (31st January) before that great looking Ghost of Tsushima dynamic PS4 theme is gone. All you need is one of the codes that we’ve posted below. Original story: Ghost of Tsushima is going to be one of the very best looking games on PlayStation 4 when it launches next summer, rounding out the…

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Resident Evil 2 celebrates its first anniversary with development stories from the PS4 remake’s creators

One year ago, Capcom resurrected its survival horror opus, Resident Evil 2, to terrify a whole new generation. A complete rebuild of the PSone classic, Remake managed to hit the iconic highs of the original, introduce fresh surprises and give us one of the most memorable bogeymen of the PS4-era in the form of Mr. X. While remakes are no longer a rarity, fan furor behind this particular project –…

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Can Captain Tsubasa's First PS4 Gameplay Pass FIFA Off the Park?

Got some Pep. While it’s great to have a new arcade-inspired sports game to look forward to, anime adaptation Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions doesn’t look like a title contender in this first PlayStation 4 gameplay footage. While the artstyle – inspired by the classic 1981 manga – appears to be on point, the actual action seems cumbersome, with a jerky camera and some tedious dribbling animations. We do…

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Monster Hunter World's Weird and Wonderful Grand Appreciation Fest Is Now Live on PS4

Happy Birthday. Monster Hunter World’s latest limited time event, the Grand Appreciation Fest, is now live on PlayStation 4, although it’s worth noting that you’ll need Iceborne in order to experience the event to its fullest. Celebrating the second anniversary of the game’s release, you can take on a number of new quests and forge some weird weapons and armour. Oh, and new layered armour sets have also been added…

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Latest Dreams PS4 Trailer Highlights Even More Amazing Community Creations

Three weeks to go. Update: Well, PlayStation UK has deleted the tweet since we wrote this story. We’ll replace it when the trailer makes its way back online. Original Story: Dreams, the latest first-party exclusive title from Media Molecule, is due for full release in just three weeks’ time. Many people have already been playing the game for dozens of hours thanks to early access, and it’s meant we’ve seen…

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The FIA Gran Turismo Championships 2020 Series kicks off in Sydney next month

The FIA Certified Gran Turismo Championships arrive in Sydney on Saturday, 15th and Sunday, 16th February. The Gran Turismo World Tour Sydney event is the first of the 2020 season and will take place at the Big Top in Luna Park in front of a live audience and the TV cameras that will broadcast the spectacular racing around the world. Fifty of the world’s fastest Gran Turismo racers will fly…

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No, PS5 Backwards Compatibility with PS3, PS2, and PS1 Games Has Not Been Confirmed

Only PS4. Will the PlayStation 5 be backwards compatible? Yes. Will it be backwards compatible with all PlayStation games? We don’t know (and we have our doubts). This is a topic that’s been bouncing back and forth around the web for months — maybe even years — and now it’s blown up all over again. Perhaps it’s to be expected with the PS5’s supposed reveal event taking place soon (February…

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Mini Review: Music Racer – Slick Synthwave Visualiser Lacks Selling Point

Night rider. As far as visualisers go, Music Racer is a particularly eye-popping option. This synthwave auditory experience is baked in neon colours and bloom, and features vehicles inspired by 80s classics like Knight Rider and Tron. You can customise your car’s colours, unlock increasingly trippy tracks, and… Well, that’s about it. Unfortunately, the transition to the PlayStation 4 has not been overly kind to this experience, as it lacks…

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Mini Review: Gravity Error – Puzzling Potential Scuppered by Dreadful UI and Controls

Poor landing. Gravity Error has its heart in the right place. It wants to serve up a compelling puzzling experience rivalling the likes of Super Meat Boy with tough, quick-fire challenges that put you back in the action before you’ve even had chance to register failure. You could say it just about manages to achieve that, but then that would be ignoring everything the game gets frustratingly wrong. Split into five distinctive chapters, you control a tiny block given the task of navigating its way to each and every level’s exit point while collecting white orbs along the way. Not all of them are within your reach, however, so you’ll need to take advantage of gravity shifting panels that allow you to fly about the area — making sure to…

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Bloober Team Teases Observer Sequel on Twitter

Daniel, are you there? Developer Bloober Team, best known for its work on Layers of Fear, Blair Witch, and Observer, has taken to Twitter to tease its next project by way of a 30-second video. It doesn’t give too much away besides an incoming call, but everything appears to be pointing towards a sequel to Observer. The footage continuously loops, meaning that the half a minute slice of footage doesn’t actually contain as many hints as you might think, but one important clip has already been deciphered by a fan. Partway through, a piece of binary code flashes on-screen which translates to “Daniel, are you there?” Daniel Lazarski is the name of the protagonist from the original game. Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/01/bloober_team_teases_observer_sequel_on_twitter

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