Articles tagged with: LittleBigPlanet
This month, we’ve been skinning everything in sight in Red Dead Redemption, demonstrating our construction skills in ModNation Racer and making our boards do the work in Skate 3. But as much as we enjoyed these titles, our thoughts kept drifting to the future as we got excited about news of sequels to massive PlayStation exclusives. Here’s the rundown of May’s highlights…
LittleBigPlanet 2 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever, and fans want to know every little detail concerning the game. The good folks over on the PlayStation.Blog have put together a handy LittleBigFAQ to answer plenty of questions as well as drop some hints at what’s to come.
Just look at that face. So adorable…
You’ve all seen the announcement trailer by now right? Plus the wealth of information we reported on earlier? Awesome – but it seems that LittleBigPlanet 2 is set to offer even more in the form of Move support.
Sackboy – we heart you!
The first trailer for LittleBigPlanet 2 shows a lot of love.
On Saturday we brought you the news that Media Molecule had confirmed the existence of LittleBigPlanet 2 – well now the June issue of Game Informer has reached the hands of subscribers featuring a look at the game.
We are simply stunned.
It looks like our wishes for a follow up to PS3 exclusive LittleBigPlanet will come true: Game Informer have confirmed the game will be featured in their June magazine issue.
The UK’s position as a world-leading developer of video games is under threat. For years it has been the third largest employer of development staff in the world, with the USA and Japan in first and second position, but recent times have seen the UK overtaken by the Canadian games industry.
Welcome to the fourth edition of PS3 Attitude’s ‘Deals of the Week’ feature. Every Friday we deliver our favourite deals on PlayStation 3 games that we have discovered across the Internet.
Fortunately our UK base has been unaffected by the Volcanic ash, so we are once again able to bring you deals for both the United Kingdom and the United States.
We are pleased to be able to bring you more great games at great prices this week, each one with our expert opinion why you should not waste any time in clicking the ‘Buy Now’ link underneath.
The upcoming release of PS Move and Natal, the motion sensing devices from Sony and Microsoft, has marked an interesting change in the way these two gaming institutions promote their consoles. It’s a shift because it’s the first time peripherals have taken centre stage for either company. Sony and Microsoft have traditionally taken a very conservative approach to console development, believing superior graphics to be the holy grail. When it comes to input devices both have been happy to stick with the trusted joypad.
A feature on Qore regarding the PS3’s 3D-enabling firmware update has led to reports that Killzone 2 will be getting a 3D update. Sony have since denied these reports.
Mutinies. Hardware wars. Dying consoles. Tax laws. A month in the games industry can cover a variety of headline-catching topics, but these should never steal the attention away from the true stars of the industry – the games.
Another downloadable pack is on the way to LittleBigPlanet, this time it’s the turn of The Incredibles.
You may remember Disney have already licensed other brands to the LittleBigPlanet universe including Pirates of the Caribbean.
David Cage, CEO and founder of Paris-based developer Quantic Dream, revealed last month that Heavy Rain was initially designed to be played with a motion based controller, and Cage hinted that the game could still end up with motion sensing support.
Well, Belgium mag Chief have confirmed that Heavy Rain will indeed be using the PlayStation Move.
Earlier in the week it was thought that Sony had accidently confirmed that a LittleBigPlanet sequel was on the way.
Sony has now spoken up to tell us this is not the case. Facepalm.
Classic SEGA icon Sonic the Hedgehog is speeding onto LittleBigPlanet next Thursday, and he’s bringing some of his friends with him.
Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Asylum beat off strong competition from Uncharted 2: Amongst Thieves to win the best game category at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. Rocksteady’s portrayal of the Caped Crusader also took the award for best gameplay. Isn’t this award just further proof that Arkham Asylum is not only the best Batman game, but also the best ever superhero game?
The latest press release for Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light has revealed details about the gameplay, a fresh batch of screenshots and concept art.
The game is expected to mark a significant shift away from the origins of the series: for a start, it will lead with the Lara Croft brand in favour of the traditional Tomb Raider title; it’s going to be distributed as a downloadable only title; it’s the first Lara Croft game with co-op; a fixed camera will also be used for the first time; and it’s expected to be a lot more action packed than previous Tomb Raider games, with concept art showing Lara sporting a flame thrower and other screenshots picturing Lara facing up to a cluster of giant spiders.
LittleBigPlanet was one of the PS3’s biggest releases for 2008. However, what you may not know is that Sony has had no share in its developer Media Molecule.
That has now changed as today Sony announced that they have purchased the company.