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  • Destiny PS4 Alpha Video The Tower walkthrough and guide

    With the Alpha phase for Bungie’s Destiny just ended, we’re taking you on a video tour around The Tower, the hub from where players can socialise, customise, upgrade and trade items. In the following video, you’ll meet all of the traders who frequent the three areas of The Tower ...

  • E3 2014: Project Morpheus hands-on impressions: the next giant leap in gaming immersion

    On the last day of E3 2014, I was very fortunate to participate in a hands-on (or should I say heads-on) demo of Sony’s virtual reality headset Project Morpheus. Being aware of how its technology works and seeing video of what I would be playing did not prepare me at all for the real deal. For...

  • PSU's E3 2014 Awards - The winners revealed

    Our feet are tired, legs sore, and heads still pounding from the sheer noise  ricocheting around the booths of E3 2014, but we wouldn’t have missed it for the world. E3 2014 has come to an end and between the four who flew the flag for PSU--Kyle, Ernest, Will and Jonathan--we’ve...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Rhythm Game

    Hatsune Miku is arguably the world's most popular virtual pop star. The worldwide fame of the Digital Diva serves as a prime example of how a community can make something larger than life. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of composers, songwriters, artists, and even fans, Miku has risen to her ...

  • E3 2014: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Preview: Making meaning in the apocalypse

    Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, a first-person exploration game coming to PlayStation 4 in 2015, is beginning to bear one of gaming's most profound outcomes: the kind of player-driven storytelling that doesn't merely unfold through interactivity, but gifts unique meaning to each and every player. T...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Vita Game

    Sony’s PlayStation Vita may have had a somewhat low-key performance at E3 this year, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a great selection of games coming up worth your attention. Tales of Hearts R by publisher Namco Bandai Games is a title that easily impressed us the most, howeve...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Adventure Game

    Metal Gear has remained a perennial showstopper ever since the series’ transition into the 3D realm back in 1997, and Hideo Kojima’s latest stealth-action effort Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is no exception. Set in an open-world Afghanistan in the year 1984, Snake&rsq...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Game

    Rocksteady takes the helm again for the Caped Crusader’s latest--and as far as we know, final--action-adventure in the stunning Batman: Arkham Knight. After the misfire that was last year’s Arkham Origins, all hopes of a return to form are being pinned on the Dark Knight’s h...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best RPG

    Though it may have been pushed back into early 2015, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt has lost none of its appeal here at PSU Towers. We’ve always been a big fan of the upcoming fantasy RPG ever since we saw it in action last year -- and 12 months later, it’s blown us away yet again. Geralt ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Shooter

    As ever, we gamers are spoiled for choice when it comes to shooters. We’ve got war re-enactments, space-orientated blasters, and Victorian-esque period pieces, but few offer the sheer scale and choice so readily available in the Ubisoft-developed Far Cry series. And that’s exactly why ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Platformer

    A huge congratulations to Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty developer Just Add Water who scoops another E3 2014 award following success in the Best Indie Game category. Platform games live and die by great level design, and New ‘n’ Tasty gets it spot-on. Taking its inspiration from a...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Most Anticipated Game

    Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End floored jaws following its brief tease at the climax of Sony’s E3 press briefing, and as such, it went on to become unequivocally PSU’s most anticipated game for the PlayStation 4. We’ve already extolled the virtues of Naughty Dog’s immacula...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Sports Game

    The FIFA series has generally been the winner of our Best Sports Game award at previous E3s, but Electronic Arts has taken its ice hockey franchise to a whole new level this year with NHL 15. The visual enhancements are immediately apparent with striking player likenesses, detailed arenas, and a ...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Indie Game

    The side-scrolling platform series Oddworld has been a PlayStation favourite ever since its inception in 1997 with Abe’s Odysee and the introduction of grisly-voiced, Mudokan hero Abe. With Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty, developer Just Add Water is re-imagining this classic in gloriou...

  • E3 2014 Awards: Best Trailer

    E3 2014 has undoubtedly been home to some stunning reveals, teasers, and trailers this past week, and none were more spectacular than the mouth-watering teaser shown at Sony’s conference for Nathan Drake’s stunning swansong, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Intrepid developer Naugh...

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