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The bright neon world of Tron Legacy is about to invade the world of LittleBigPlanet Karting as United Front Games announces a new batch of DLC headed to Sackboy's racer later this week.
BioShock Infinite will be launching next week and Media Molecule is celebrating the release in their own way. They have decided to release Infinite-themed characters for LittleBigPlanet.
Media Molecule, the studio responsible for LittleBigPlanet, has revealed that they're working on an unannounced game. They've uploaded a video to their website to begin the tease.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has only been out a couple of weeks and already the team at SuperBot Entertainment are ready to roll out the game's first set of tweaks. Next week, players of Sony's mascot-infused four-player brawler can expect a few behind the scenes tweaks, a brand new item, and a nerf for the most abused character on the roster: Sackboy.
Last week, Sony announced that Gravity Rush's Kat would be making her way to PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale as one of the first DLC characters. Well, now it looks like Kat and Co. will be invading yet another game, this week being added to the LittleBigPlanet family of games as delightful new costumes
Continuing the “Play, Create, Share” tradition, LittleBigPlanet Karting hits U.S. stores today, offering the karting creativity of United Front Games’ previous effort, ModNation Racers, with the adorable charm of the LBP franchise. Having LittleBigPlanet in the titles should be a dead giveaway that Sony’s latest racing game is all about being creative.
LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita is primed to offer players their “very own handheld arcade” when the game finally (officially) launches on Sept. 25. To celebrate, Tarsier Studios have unveiled a brand new launch trailer for the game, as well as a metric ton of pre-order and launch details.
Seeing a game get pushed back isn't an uncommon sight in the world of video games. Seeing one get released earlier than expected, however, is a pretty unique occurrence. The latest title to join those ranks is none other than the latest portable build-it-yourself wonder, LittleBigPlanet Vita. If you get lucky, you can find it on store shelves now, over a week before its scheduled Sept. 25 release date.
Sackboys and Sackgirls, lend me your ears. I have a very important announcement to make for all of you eager creators living out in the omniverse: LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita has been given a LittleBigReleaseDate of Sept. 25.
LittleBigPlanet’s littlest big adventure to date is heading to the PlayStation Vita later this year. To get creators the world over pumped for this latest trip to the world of imagination, developer Tarsier Studios has released a brand new trailer, as well as preorder bonuses that are simply rapturous.
Sony’s global boss, Shuhei Yoshida, basically stated in a recent interview that so long as developers can bring gamers "new experiences" to the PS3 there’s no need to transition into the next-generation of PlayStation consoles. But what does that really mean?
Sony's real sorry about that whole "unable to play all of your online games for a month" thing, guys. To compensate for the outage, they'll be giving PSP and PS3 owners alike free games.
At Marvel Interactive's panel discussion, details on the third Marvel costume pack for LittleBigPlanet were announced. The DLC pack will add five new costumes for your SackBoy/SackGirl.
Last week Sony announced LittleBigPlanet 2 for a holiday release. Today they issued a FAQ to answer a few common questions.
It appears PS3 exclusive LittleBigPlanet is getting its oft-rumored sequel. As with all news these days, this information was revealed accidentally via a social networking site.