Dreams is a game about building. Building dreams. It looks bizarre, but in a (I think?) good way.
Shown during today's PlayStation Experience keynote presentation, this LittleBigPlanet tribute to two decades of PlayStation games makes me wish every game had an official sack counterpart.
Do you want to build? LittleBigPlanet has always been a tricky sell for non-creative players, and number three, more than ever, needs an imaginative and persistent mind to shape the fun from its occasionally gritty clay.
Today’s the day LBP 3 reviews go up. However, for a game so reliant on online components, I’m waiting before passing judgement. In the meantime, here are some things you need to know.
For over two years, Jamie Colliver has been working hard on recreating almost all of Final Fantasy VII within another video game (LittleBigPlanet, not Minecraft). He's finally done.
A first in franchise history, LittleBigPlanet 3 will feature a full voice cast for its adventure mode, and with English comedian Stephen Fry reprising his role as the narrator, there's no better villain than his original partner in crime, Hugh Laurie.
Well...ok. I didn't see this coming. Turns out, LittleBigPlanet 3 isn't going to be the next game in Media Molecule's excellent series of rucksack-themed platformers. Because next month Sony is planning to release a Temple Run-style mobile game called Run Sackboy! Run!
LittleBigPlanet 3 is coming to the PS3 and PS4 on November 18th, Sony just announced. I am so excited to finally see Sackboy on the PlayStation 4.
LittleBigPlanet 3 is coming to the PlayStation 4, Sony said in an announcement that just made my day.
The studio that helped bring many a Littlebigplanet to life is spreading its wings with an original game of its own. It's called Hunger, and its concept art looks gorgeous in a gloomy sort of way. Learn more about it on the Tarsier Studios website.
Siobhan Reddy, Studio Director at Media Molecule, Qantas Australian Woman of the year, one of the 100 most powerful women in Britain as named by the BBC. Former resident of Sydney. Former writer of complaint letters to Australian TV. Seller of Doc Martens. Lover of dogs. Loser of mobile phones. She is also invisible.
In 2013, next-gen consoles — previously the dominant fodder of the rumor mill — were announced and released. Many next-gen rumors turned out to be true — unpopular and confusing DRM policies were announced and reversed, launch titles were delayed, game resolutions differed. Yet these next-gen matters were not the only…
Yes, being mean or trolling someone isn't exactly recommendable or even particularly empathetic, but that doesn't mean both are completely off the table all the time. Not if you're playing a game, anyway.
What do you do after helping craft some of the cuddliest, most heartwarming games of this past generation? If you're the guys at Ambient Studios—some of whom worked at Media Molecule on the big-hearted LittleBigPlanet games—it's making a game about Death and the horrors of the bubonic plague.
Few games beg for physical contact like LittleBigPlanet does. The series is known for its miniaturized, Gondryesque diorama worlds, where fuzzy Beanie Baby-like characters carom off of cloth-covered wheels and cubes like so much bric-a-brac in a shoebox. Any sane player would immediately want to reach out and touch…
And the crowd roars! Except it's more of an "aww man" than an "aww yeah." A warranted reaction when you're required to have a network pass to access the community options on LittleBigPlanet Vita.
LittleBigPlanet Vita doesn't come out for another couple of weeks, but Sony has decided that they don't mind if we go ahead and talk about it now. How nice of them!
The coolest kart racer we never knew we wanted fires the starting gun on November 6, when creative types begin flooding the PlayStation Network with crazy tracks for the crazy racers of LittleBigPlanet Karting.