Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith (Punkyliar)

Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.
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TAITO Returns to the West with Ninja Warriors

TAITO Corporation has announced they'll be returning to western consoles and bringing several of their well-known IPs with them, starting with Ninja Warriors.

Posted 8 hours ago, 1 comment

Exclusive Monster Hunter: World - Iceborne PlayStation Beta Begins Next Week

PlayStation Plus members get their hands on the content as early as next week. Non-PS+ members don't miss out; they just have to wait a bit longer.

Posted yesterday, 0 comments

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers Stream Shows New Characters and Locations

Square Enix held a Letter from the Producer livestream where they showed off new gameplay footage of the Titania trial battle and the Eden high-level raid, as well as detailing new characters, worlds, and post-release updates.

Posted 2 days ago, 0 comments

Beat Saber Patch Causes Tracking Issues — Here are Workarounds

The issue isn't due to the changes to the scoring system as you might have assumed; instead, it's a result of an accidental alteration of how the floor position works. Until this issue is fixed, we've got some workarounds for you.

Posted 2 days ago, 0 comments

Days Gone Free DLC Starts Today with Survival Mode

The team has followed through on their promise and today's free Survival Mode is just the start of the post-release content, with weekly challenges due to follow later this month.

Posted 13 days ago, 3 comments

Judgment Combat Trailer Shows a Different Use for Chopsticks

Depending on whether he needs to take out his enemies one by one, or deal with a group of thugs at once, Yagami can switch between two fighting styles -- Tiger and Crane -- and they're both on show in the new combat trailer.

Posted 19 days ago, 0 comments

Gran Turismo Sport May Update Adds the Goodwood Motor Circuit

Update 1.39 adds the renowned Goodwood Motor Circuit to the game, as well as new rounds to the GT League and several other improvements.

Posted 19 days ago, 0 comments

The Last of Us Part 2 Reportedly Delayed to Early 2020

Earlier this week, rumours circulated that The Last of Us Part II would be released later this year. Now it looks like the rumour may be false. Kotaku's Jason Schreier has claimed that the game has now been delayed to early 2020.

Posted 20 days ago, 3 comments

Death Stranding Arrives on November 8th

When would it be releasing? Why all of the black ropes/strands? What is Norman Reedus doing? What's a baby got to do with it? Most importantly, what is this game? The team decided to answer most of those questions.

Posted 20 days ago, 3 comments

PlayStation Plus for June 2019 Includes The Borderlands Handsome Collection

Some people seemed to be disappointed with last month's PlayStation Plus offerings, but this month promises to be bigger with a mix of old-school platforming and loot shooting.

Posted 21 days ago, 25 comments

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Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin Review

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin bridges the gap between Psychonauts and Psychonauts 2. It's a story that was never meant to be told but it will no doubt satisfy real fans of the franchise to know what really happened.

Posted 2 years ago, 0 comments

Shu Review

In recent years the 2D platforming genre has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. One of the latest 2D platformers to hit the Playstation 4, Shu, is hoping to make its own mark as a worthy title in the genre, but will it succeed?

Posted 2 years ago, 2 comments

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart Review

Very few hidden object title have made it onto Playstation consoles but developer Artifex Mundi has released the first of their many adventure titles on Playstation 4. It's as good a place to start as any other.

Posted 2 years ago, 5 comments

Poncho Review

Posted 4 years ago, 3 comments

Now That's What I Call Sing Review

Posted 4 years ago, 1 comment

One Upon Light Review

Posted 4 years ago, 8 comments

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

Last year, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter was released on PC to critical acclaim. A month before the game's release, developer The Astronauts confirmed that the game was also coming to the Playstation

Posted 4 years ago, 8 comments

Wander Review

When you say MMO, several things usually spring to mind. One of those may be the formation of clans that battle for supremacy, be it through combat, economic affluence, or politics. Another may be ex

Posted 4 years ago, 10 comments

Life Is Strange Episodes 1-3 Review

Dontnod Entertainment's last title, Remember Me received mixed reviews. One of the aspects of the game that received mainly positive feedback was the game's story. It's no wonder that the developer's

Posted 4 years ago, 11 comments

Broken Age Review

Broken Age has had a rather turbulent development cycle. Initially announced as Double Fine Adventure, the game's Kickstarter project smashed through its $400,000 target in just over eight hours and

Posted 4 years ago, 3 comments

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Fortnite Season 8 Guide - The Biggest Changes

Fortnite Season 8 has created quite a few changes to which players must adjust, such as a giant volcano, or a three-way battle between pirates, ninjas, and abominable snowman for treasure where X marks the spot

Posted 4 months ago, 2 comments

Destiny 2 Guide: How to Craft All Recipes in The Dawning

Players are supposed to find the recipes for the majority of these treats through trial and error, but we've decided to save you some time.

Posted 6 months ago, 1 comment

Top Five EGX Rezzed 2018 Games You Shouldn't Miss

Of those that we haven't already highlighted, we've chosen the show's most standout titles that are definitely heading to PlayStation 4.

Posted 1 year ago, 5 comments

EGX Rezzed 2018: Nothing To Fear Brings Plenty of Scares

What we found was a fun 2D side-scrolling adventure title with a distinctive hand-drawn art style courtesy of Mike Dietz, who designed the game's characters.

Posted 1 year ago, 0 comments

EGX Rezzed 2018: Become a Chicken in Guacamelee! 2

Juan is chasing a mysterious enemy who has stolen the key to the Relic Room. His aim is to get into the Relic Room and steal the super secret sacred Relic. It's up to Juan and up to three friends to stop him.

Posted 1 year ago, 1 comment

EGX Rezzed 2018: The Spectrum Retreat Puts You to the Test

On the surface the hotel looks peaceful, but it soon becomes apparent that it just serves as a hub for test chambers filled with puzzles that will make your stay anything but relaxing.

Posted 1 year ago, 0 comments

EGX Rezzed 2018: Breaking Bones and Bikes In Descenders

The title aims for arcade fun, with players hurtling down a track at breakneck speed, performing stunts and trying their hardest to stay on the bike, something that's often easier said than done.

Posted 1 year ago, 1 comment

EGX Rezzed 2018: Preventing a Catastrophe in Space in Catastronauts

Up to four players team up to crew a spaceship that needs to take down an enemy that always sits just off-screen to the right. The result is just the right amount of chaos to be fun, as long as your friendship can handle it.

Posted 1 year ago, 2 comments

EGX Rezzed 2018: The Sinking City Has Many Mysteries

Last month, developer Frogwares showed us how they went about making a demo for their upcoming adventure title. At EGX Rezzed we got a chance to get our hands on that demo and try the game for ourselves.

Posted 1 year ago, 0 comments

EGX Rezzed 2018: Earthfall Thwarts Invasive Species

We took on the first chapter of the first campaign, Invasive Species, which tasks players with exploring an abandoned suburb to find weapons and other equipment.

Posted 1 year ago, 1 comment

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