Sony didn’t reveal much about LittleBigPlanet Hub during its GamesCom 2013 conference. All we know is that it will arrive “later this year” and that it’s something of a social or free-to-play game for LBP fans.
In the old days, Lanning’s company made $7 on a $60 console game. Now he makes $7 on a $10 digital game. And he controls his destiny.
Editor’s Pick We weigh the disappointments and the triumphs of Sony’s big reveal.
Now that the PlayStation 4 is official, most of the speculation will end. How accurate were the rumors?
All clues point to a PlayStation 4 announcement this week, but it’s not clear how much Sony will reveal during its conference.
This charming platformer from LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule doesn’t just look like it’s made out of paper; it plays that way, too.
Three promising kart racing games but only one of them stars Ulala, your Xbox Live Avatar, and Wreck-It Ralph.
Sackboy and friends put aside their platforming roots in favor of lean, mean, homemade machines. The result is a stand-out kart racer with enough tweaks and customization to make it play almost exactly the way you want.
Tearaway is Media Molecule’s new game with a cute star. It’s set for a 2013 release for the PlayStation Vita.
Spinning, zooming, creating, zapping and slapping: all in a day’s beta with Little Big Planet Karting.
Ready for the race? Beta signups for LittleBigPlanet Karting go live, giving an early glimpse into the user-crafted tracks, weapons, and karts of the upcoming racer.
Little Big Planet developer Media Molecule has announced via Twitter that six million user generated levels have now been created for its Playstation exclusive video game series.