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Dreams, a sandbox game from Media Molecule first announced in 2015, finally has a release window. The team behind LittleBigPlanet have been working on Dreams for some time now so understandably people are ready to play the game.
Media Molecule's upcoming PlayStation 4 title Dreams gets a new gameplay walk through video during the PlayStation Paris Games Week 2015.
I played the original Tearaway on Vita and though I never quite finished it, the time I spent playing it were packed with pure...
Tearaway: Unfolded launched for PlayStation 4 yesterday, and if you're still yet to decide whether it's for you, here's an adorable launch trailer just for you.
Probably one of the best games on the PS Vita is coming to PlayStation 4, and it's coming this September. Media Molecule has today announced that Tearaway Unfolded, the re-made version of the PS Vita game, Tearaway, will be coming to North America on September 8 and Europe on September 9, and finally September 11 in the UK.
Media Molecule are expected to unveil something pretty spectacular for the PlayStation 4 this year if tweets from the developer's staff are to be believed.
With the release of Littlebigplanet 3 getting ever so closer, Media Molecule have announced the game's companion app Run Sackboy! Run! which will be...
Media Molecule are a fantastic UK based company that were behind such brilliant titles as Littlebigplanet and Tearaway. The video above shows a rendering glitch...
Who'dathunkit! Contrary to a previous statement, the Sumo Digital team have made a surprise appearance at tonight's E3 Sony conference with the reveal of LittleBigPlanet 3.
Creators of LittleBigPlanet Media Molecule have confirmed that they will not be attending E3 2014, but are 'sending high-fives to everyone who is', according to a recent Tweet.
In the new video for the charming Media Molecule game, the development team reveal just how much work is put into Tearaway by showing us that everything in the game can be made with just a sheet of paper.
For a lack of words for a snappy title. Vita gamers have their work cut out for them. Get it? No? Ah well then...