Tearaway’s clever use of the PlayStation Vita’s touch controls makes you feel like you can reach in and shape its paper-like world.
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.
Microsoft is hyping up its cross-platform capabilities using its Project Spark creation game.
Microsoft Studios debuted its new game, Project Spark, which hands players the controls for world creation and interaction.
This charming platformer from LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule doesn’t just look like it’s made out of paper; it plays that way, too.
The Disney conglomeration is using its vast resources to make a game like no one else can. It looks like it might even be fun, too.
We’re giving away early access codes for the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale public beta. If you want to start fighting before October 23, tell us who you’re most excited to play when the game launches!
LittleBigPlanet Vita becomes something more than the sum of its parts, adding touch control and refined platforming to the vibrant universe the first two games created. This mix of Vita hardware and LittleBigPlanet universe is compelling enough; just wait until the Community world builders get a hold of it.
Tearaway is Media Molecule’s new game with a cute star. It’s set for a 2013 release for the PlayStation Vita.
Sound Shapes is not the best platformer you’ll ever play, but this Vita and PlayStation 3 game deserves your attention for its accessible level editor and playful visualizations of sound.
Baltimore’s Gamescape showcased talent with a passion for galaxies, black holes, and exploding stars…and everything they represent.
Zynga Partners for Mobile already shows promise with its wide variety of games and genres.
Here are seven examples of how some awesomely geeky grooms-to-be used video games to pop the big question.
Maker Faire is a do-it-yourself cultural celebration. In this year’s fair, video games had a small, but remarkable presence that provided some insight into the history of the medium.
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.
With the video game industry’s largest trade show over, it’s time to wrap up some of the highlights. We’ll start with the biggest surprises that VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi and I saw at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.