Here’s how LittleBigPlanet creator Media Molecule’s next game, Dreams, will actually play. You’ll directly control a tiny “imp,” which will allow you to possess any character and add stuff to game worlds as you explore them. You know, just like in real dreams.
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.
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!
Tearaway, the unsung hero of the PlayStation Vita, is finally making its way to the PlayStation 4, Sony just revealed during its Gamescom press conference. Given how weird some of the Vita-specific features in Media Molecule's game are, however, the studio was hesitant to call it a "port" or "HD remake."
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.
Rex Crowle and Christophe Villedieu don't say the kinds of things most of the video game developers I've ever spoken to say. For example, when they're feeling down they... go to Twitter to see what people have to say about their game.
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.
Should you play Tearaway or The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds? Why not both? TDZDaily.com's video game editor Derrick Dover used Tearaway's character editing tools to bring two of the year's best portable games together as one. I'd play the heck out of The Legend of Tearaway: Iota's Awakening.
The first time my face popped up to animate the sun in Tearaway's papercraft world, I beamed, as a sun should. From ear to ear, I smiled, and I watched my smile grow in real time.
It’s happening, everyone. I think there's finally a game you really do need a PlayStation Vita to play and a Vita game you’re really going to need to play—at least judging by the first couple of hours I’ve played of this stunning game.
Tearaway—the super-cute papercraft game being made by the creators of LittleBigPlanet—will be coming out on October 22nd for PS Vita.
More news from today's PlayStation 4 event: the ongoing tyranny of the polygon. No, but seriously though: here's Media Molecule on their latest project, which uses the move controller as a sculpting tool. It looks crazy cool for you creative types. Watch footage above!
Long before LittleBigPlanet became a household name among gamers, no one knew exactly what to make of Sackboy and his burlap buddies. In fact, you needn't look further than its earliest previews to discover the only thing anyone could really agree on is that is was as adorable as it was ambiguous. Tearaway,…
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…
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!
Shortly after announcing their new paper-centric game Tearaway, Media Molecule's Alex Evans and Rex Crowle demonstrated the game onstage at Gamescom.