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Guide: Best PS4 Music of March 2018

The stars turn and time presents itself. And with that comes more game music. March was a month bursting to the brim with titles from a variety of genres, from JRPGs to AAA first-person shooters to more unique titles like mandatory co-op experiences. There was a little for everyone in March. Among these titles were some really great soundtracks, too. Josef Fares’ mandatory co-op prison break, while a little rough around the edges, was able to still deliver a knockout title that was truly heightened by the co-op experience rather…

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Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? – Issue 213

Whether you celebrate it or not, we hope that you have lots of chocolate in store for this long Easter weekend. Here at Push Square Towers, we’ll be scoffing liberal amounts of Hot Cross Buns and sipping sweet tea. But what will we be playing? Here’s your weekly WAYP. Sammy Barker, Editor I’m having a blast with MLB The Show 18, so I’ll be continuing to collect cards in the hopes of creating the ultimate Diamond Dynasty team. Robert Ramsey, Deputy Editor It’s taken a whole week but I’m finally…

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Narrative Adventure The First Tree Sure Looks Foxy

Join the cub by Sammy Barker 19 hours ago [embedded content] Narrative-driven indie hit The First Tree will search for its cubs on the PlayStation 4, creator David Wehle has announced. A kind of wildlife-themed adventure, the story tells the tale of two connected entities: a fox looking for its offspring and a son reconnecting with his estranged father in Alaska. You probably won’t need an English Literature degree to see how they link. At just 90 minutes in length, this is more focused on the tale that it’s got…

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The Walking Dead: The Final Season’s First Art Makes a Nostalgic Nod

The Walking Dead: The Final Season will conclude Clementine’s story once and for all, and Telltale has released the first artwork from the episodic adventure. The image will particularly delight fans of the franchise, as it shows the story come full circle. In case you forgot it, here’s the artwork from the very first season: More details about this new series will be announced at PAX East during a panel on 6th April. We’ll of course bring you all the news when it breaks.

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Get to Know the Actors Behind Detroit: Become Human’s Central Characters in a New Series of Interviews

We’re now less than two months away from the big release of Quantic Dream’s latest narrative thriller, Detroit: Become Human, and Sony’s really starting to pump out the marketing materials. The latest? A series of interviews with the motion capture actors behind the games three playable characters. [embedded content] First up is Connor, or RK800, as played by Bryan Dechart. [embedded content] Next is Markus played by Jesse Williams. [embedded content] And last but certainly not least, Kara, as performed by Valorie Curry, who you might recognise from TV’s The…

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God of War PS4 Pro Lets You Pick Between Resolution or Performance

God of War’s guaranteed to look stunning on the standard PlayStation 4, but if you do happen to have a PS4 Pro – or you’re picking up that spiffing new limited edition – then you will have some options to choose how you want to play it. There’ll be a 4K option, of course, which will checkerboard to 2160p as previously confirmed. But there’ll also be a Performance mode for those of you who favour framerate over resolution. It’s unlikely this will bump the framerate to 60 frames-per-second, but according…

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Poll: Has PlayStation Plus Improved in 2018?

PlayStation Plus is a topic that has long been the cause of heated debate on the internet. Sony’s service sees subscribers claim a selection of “free” games each month, and each month, people have something to say about the software that’s on offer. Ever since the PlayStation 4 launched in 2013, PlayStation Plus has certainly had its ups and downs. March had the mighty duo of Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank, for example, while other months haven’t been quite so stacked. But how has the service fared in 2018 so…

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Hajime Tabata’s Luminous Productions Is Monkeying Around on More Than Just Games

Remember a few days ago when we reported that Square Enix has a new studio headed by Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata? Well, it appears this new studio, Luminous Productions, is working on more than just games.  On the NHK website, as spotted by Kotaku, are articles about a special series of videos made for ultra-high-definition TV that show the evolution of humans. Credit for the video goes to Tabata and Square Enix. Suddenly the “Productions” in the studio name makes a little more sense.  To its credit, Square…

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PS4’s TV and Video Interface Revamped in the United States

Deal with it by Sammy Barker 20 hours ago Sony’s rolled out the revised TV & Video section for the PlayStation 4 in the United States, bringing it up to speed with the European version. This essentially adds an additional layer to the browsing experience, but allows the platform holder to push sponsored content in your direction – some of which you can tailor by logging in to your YouTube account. This was a divisive update when it rolled out in the Old World, but we’re more or less used…

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New Terminal Trailer Takes Margot Robbie Further Down the Rabbit Hole

Hot on the heels of Academy Award nominated drama I, Tonya, Margot Robbie is back for a completely different role in Terminal that would give Harley Quinn the creeps. A teaser trailer was released last week that featured Robbie’s femme fatale character walking through a landscape that looks like Blade Runner 2049 envisioned as a Quentin Tarantino movie. Not much info was given with the teaser for Terminal, but the first full-length trailer offers a lot more substance, and it looks pretty cool. Margot Robbie has found her niche playing…

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