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LittleBigPlanet 3 Reportedly In Development With New Studio [Rumor]

The world of LittleBigPlanet may continue from an unlikely source based on a new rumor.  While LBP creator Media Molecule may have parted ways with the world of imagination in favor of new IPs such as Tearaway, Sony is nonetheless focused on keeping things going - even if it means changing developers.

Media Molecule Already Working On New Unannounced Project

One of the big surprises made during Sony’s Gamescom presentation this week was the reveal of Tearaway, the new IP from Media Molecule. After giving the world the game that keeps on giving in the form of LittleBigPlanet, Media Molecule has gone on to create a game that features the same whimsical tone but is a bit more direct and dare I say it traditional in how it’s executed.  It was a bit surprising that Media Molecule revealed that their new IP was a PlayStation Vita game, but fear not as the folks over in Guildford are indeed working on a second project.

LittleBigPlanet Karting Hands-On [E3 2012]

There are some franchises that deserve spinoffs, reboots, remakes, whatever you may call it and then there are others that should be left alone since they’re perfect as is.  With a franchise like LittleBigPlanet that’s almost genre in itself due to the creations that are capable of being built within it, there didn’t seem like much sense to do a LBP spin-off revolved around kart racing. Can’t we already do kart racing through a nifty user creation so what’s the point of throwing down $60 for a new game?

Will LittleBigPlanet Go The MMO Route? [Rumor]

Media Molecule may be taking a break from releasing games for a while as the studio is currently hard at work on something – the likes of which the general public knows absolutely nothing about.  Instead of cranking out annual LittleBigPlanet games Media Molecule and company owner Sony have decided to take a breather from the franchise on the PS3 while spin-offs (LBP Karting) and ports (LBP Vita) take center stage.

LittleBigPlanet Karting Is Finally Revealed And It Looks Like Fun

Revealed last month in a quasi-official capacity, the revelation that LittleBigPlanet would receive a spin-off game in the form of LittleBigPlanet Karting was something that people didn’t know what to make of.  Would LBP Karting be a fun game or was this Sony’s first step in milking the LBP franchise now that Media Molecule seems to be moving on from the series to produce a next-gen PlayStation IP?  It was of course hard to imagine what LBP Karting would look like but we now have evidence which points to the game being simple LBP style fun.

PlayStation Heroes Come To Life In Sony's Live Long Play Ad [Video]

Video game ads are always hit and miss since they either try to be too unique in order to captivate people or are simple snippets of game footage condensed into a 20 second clip.  For the most part we’ve gotten some good video game ads this generation that pay respect to the property without dumbing things down too much for the mainstream audience. Even games like Dante’s Inferno have gotten decent ads amidst classics like the ad campaign the Gears of War series has received.

Find Out Who Is Developing LittleBigPlanet For The PlayStation Vita

The PlayStation Vita has wowed a lot of people so far but some of them have been a bit apprehensive about how the touch interface controls will be in major core centric games such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss. While tapping on the PS Vita’s beautiful OLED screen to create a path for Nathan to climb in Uncharted was a bit odd, it wasn’t too gimmicky in the Golden Abyss demo I played earlier this month. But one game that has near perfect implementation of the PS Vita’s front and rear touch interfaces is none other than LittleBigPlanet.

Disney Universe Premier Trailer Hits, Looks Like LBP

Most of us thought that Disney Interactive were really downsizing on the amount of games they developed seeing as how they fired nearly half of their core workforce.

Is Media Molecule Developing The NGP Version Of LittleBigPlanet?

When it was revealed that LittleBigPlanet would be making its way onto the NGP (PSP2) it wasn’t really a shocking moment.  With how the LBP franchise has blossomed to become one of Sony’s key 1st party franchises it makes sense for another portable version of everyone’s favorite creation based game to be in the works.  Details about LittleBigPlanet for the NGP were of course as empty as a freshly opened My Moon level, but one key question that lingered was who would be developing the project.

PlayStation Network Store Updates: 8/17/10 [NA]

PlayStation Network Store update for the week of 8/17/10

Price Updates:

  • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite – Sale ($14.99, original price $29.99)

Downloadable Games:

  • Top Gun ($14.99)
  • Ys Seven PSP ($29.99)

Game Demos:

  • NHL 11 Demo
  • Joe Danger Trial
  • Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 Demo
  • Phantasy Star Portable 2 PSP Demo

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