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Shak - PlayStationing’s Editor-In-Chief, Shak, also works on the website’s design, sales, marketing, as well as providing a lot of new stories. He has a big passion for the video games industry and in particular the PlayStation brand having worked on several PlayStation websites before. He’s always working to make the website better, and is willing to listen to all feedback, whether good or bad.

Can you believe the last console Ridge Racer was back in 2012! Ridge Racer Unbounded sadly disappointed fans and critics alike. it promised big but...

October is normally a very busy month, but this time things are slightly more tame. There are some big hitters towards the end of the month though....

Normally in September you see a rush of games that want to avoid the November madness, so you tend to get a few gems. In any case, here’s the full...

August is normally the beginning of the holiday season where you start seeing some big games, this time, not so much. In any case, here’s the full...

July is a very quiet month this year, with hardly any big releases. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS...

June is normally quite a dry month, but we do get some surprise normally around E3. There’s a good chance one or two games may release immediately...

Sony has struck the first blow in the next generation console war, surprisingly revealing some PS5 details, in an exclusive article for Wired. We’ll...

There were some great hack and slash titles in March, with Sekiro and Devil May Cry out in the same month, but April is going to be a different beast....

February had quite the selection of big titles, but unfortunately the majority fell a little short. Dirt Rally 2.0 was the best of the bunch (review...

The Dreams beta has now ended and all NDAs have been lifted. Writing in a blog post on the Media Molecule the developers said: Thank you all SO...

We finally saw the release of Kingdom Heart III in January, hopefully that means Tetsuya Nomura is working on the Final Fantasy VII remake some time...

December was a very quiet month and January is also normally very quiet, but that doesn’t seem to be the case this month. In any case, here’s...

Jump Force, which is celebrating the 50-year anniversary of Japan’s influential Weekly Shonen Jump magazine by bringing its most popular franchises...

December is when new game releases start to die down, and the heavy hitters have all made their splash last month, but there is a still a fair amount...

November is when the games industry releases it’s biggest hitters, but with Call of Duty released in October, there’s less games than expected...