Tearaway, the PlayStation Vita exclusive in development at Media Molecule, will not be arriving in October. The LittleBigPlanet developer announced today that they need more time to polish up the game.
Sony has stated over the past several weeks that their newest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita, will be a huge focus at this year's E3 press conference. That being the case, you better believe that Media Molecule's latest offering, Tearaway, will be one of the headlining titles.
Tearaway is still quite a ways off from its planned fall launch, but it’s never too early to start talking about pre-order bonuses. And look! Tearaway just so happens to have some.
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.
Media Molecule, the team best known for creating the LittleBigPlanet franchise, are hard at work on their newest title, Tearaway for the PlayStation Vita, and today have launched a story/gameplay trailer that shows off the game's creative papercraft world, as well as some of the more tactile gameplay.
Back when the Vita was first being shown off, Sony was already touting the device as being able to provide a “second screen experience” in tangent with the PlayStation 3. Our first look at such capabilities will come next Tuesday, Dec. 18, when the LittleBigPlanet 2 “Cross Controller” pack hits the PlayStation Store.
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.
When you think of kart racing games, you probably don't think of tightly-written narratives. LittleBigPlanet Karting doesn't profess to have an epic story but nonetheless it will have a story. The Hoard, who look like scruffier versions of SackBoys, are stealing the various parts of Craftworld. SackBoy steals one of their karts and sets off after them, eager to stop their invasion.
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.
Media Molecule, creators of LittleBigPlanet, revealed their next big project at Gamescom. Tearaway is an innovative new adventure being developed exclusively for the PlayStation Vita.
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.
The LittleBigPlanet Karting development team is heading to PAX Prime this year and, in true LBP form, they want a community member to design their swag. This t-shirt design contest runs through Aug. 9, so you're going to need to get creative with a quickness. Full details following the jump.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. Crafty karters are only a handful of months away from diving into LittleBigPlanet Karting, but the game needs to go through a series of beta tests before it's deemed ready for the public. That's where you fine folks come in, because sign-ups for the first wave of beta testing has officially begun.