Hatoful Boyfriend to get a special art exhibition in Japan

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

One of the oddest yet most brilliant games available to buy digitally on PS4 and PS Vita is Hatoful Boyfriend. After all, it’s a comedic dating sim where you try to woo (coo?) various handsome pigeon classmates as you uncover the surprisingly dark backstory tying it all together. Unsurprisingly it…

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Nioh has gone gold

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: News, PS4

If you enjoyed the demo of Team Ninja’s Nioh back in August, the wait is almost over. With February fast approaching, so does Nioh, and today Koei Tecmo has announced that the game has finally gone gold with copies going to print. Alongside the announcement of Nioh going gold, Koei…

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Sony shutting down Guerrilla Cambridge

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News

Early today Sony announced the closure of one of its UK-based game development studios – Guerrilla Cambridge. The studio most recently released RIGS for PSVR and was the team behind MediEvil and multiple portable spin-off titles. Sony has said that the compulsory redundancies of employees is “regrettable” but “in order…

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Games of 2016 Round-Up

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: PS4, Vita

As PlayStation Wire only launched back in December, we missed out on covering most of 2016’s major releases as they happened. As a result, our team decided to ring in 2017 by pooling together and discussing last year’s best and most interesting games in a series of articles. While we…

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Review: Dragon Quest Builders

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews, Vita

Dragon Quest has been around for just over 30 years now and has made a huge impact to the world. Recently, Square Enix has been making more spinoff games of the series and majority of them are actually good games. Dragon Quest Builders is no exception. Dragon Quest Builders is…

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Games of 2016: Uncharted 4

Categories: PS4

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End should not have been nearly as good as it was. Already being the fifth entry (Yes, fifth. May the Vita never die.) in the series to release in less than a decade meant that the character and the story were undeniably getting tired. On top…

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The Late Great Ports of 2016

Categories: PS4, Vita

While it’s true that big exclusive sluggers like Uncharted 4 and Horizon: Zero Dawn are a large portion of what drives an audience into a console’s ecosystem, it’s the third-party support that ultimately keeps them there. 2016 was no different. The final Uncharted game was released to near-universal acclaim and…

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