Dreams has become a mysterious game among the community of PlayStation fans, which has been wondering for a couple of days what could this game really be about. Creative director Mark Healey tried to explain it in an interview released to Engadget.
Media Molecule will announce their new PlayStation 4 title in 2015. According to Creative Director, graphics/visuals in the screenshots are impressive: "Never seen anything like this before. The silence is killing me."
Sad news for Playstation community, Media Molecule won't make an appearance at E3 2014. The studio made the announcement via their official Twitter account. The studio stated that they won't be showing anything this year however teased they have lot of fun stuff to show later though.
"E3 is right around the corner, how exciting! Sadly we’re not showing anything this year, but we’re sending high-fives to everyone who is!"
"We’ve got a whole lotta fun to show you later though, and we simply *cannot wait* - so hold on tight, it won’t be too much longer :)"
"From what we’ve heard about next week, we all have a lot to be excited about, oh my yes. :)"
It is rumored that Media Molecule are working on an unannounced PS4 project. The studio recently published Tearaway for PS Vita, it tasted massive success.
Its really sad to know that Media Molecule won't appear at E3 2014. Earlier today, well known industry insiders Shinobi and Thuway stated that neither Sony Bend will attend E3 2014. However details regarding Sony Bend's secret Playstation 4 project was leaked, its "Open World Horror Title With No Zombies" leaked Thuway.
Sony has filed two new trademark application related to LittleBigPlanet in United Kingdom clearly indicating that something really fishy is going on behind closed doors at Media Molecule.
You can check out the screenshots of both applications below, it was filed at the end of October 2013 for opposition which ended just recently on December 27, and so it is expected that registration of these two trademarks will be completed soon.
The first trademark appication points towards recently announced "LittleBigPlanet Hub For PS3" as the description reads "game service provided as means of the internet" and falls under ""Computer Game Software".
The second application hints towards LittleBigPlanet series related goodies such as bags for handheld devices and more.
Finally the actual reason has come out behind Playstation Network Outrage. According to Media Molecule, Playstation Network has been hacked once again.
On LittleBigPlanet 2 official Facebook page, Media Molecule wrote that PSN is hacked, and also warned its fans not to give out any type of personal information (inlcuding credit card) to anyone until official PSN website says "everything is fine".
Check out what Media Molecule posted:
The PSN is still down because of a hack and will remain out of service for another while yet (worst-case scenario would be 1 or 2 more days). DO NOT enter ANY personal information (credit card information etc.) until the PSN website says its OK. Even once the PSN website says it’s OK, please wait at least 2 hours to make sure it’s a legitimate announcement. But for the moment, you should be patient and don’t worry about it.
Sony has revealed some whooping numbers related to LittleBigPlanet 2 level, according to the figure the game has now surpassed 4 million level, to be more specific "4,141,742" (enough to keep gamers busy for more than 78 hours).
Check out what Media Molecule said about their latest achievement:
“For us the most exciting thing has always been seeing what the community does with a LittleBigPlanet game when they get their hands on the new features and tools. We’re constantly delighted – and amazed – by their ingenuity and creativity, and it’s so inspiring to see the level of affection that exists for LittleBigPlanet amongst fans around the world.
Media Molecule, developer of PS3 exclusive LittleBigPlanet 2 has announced a new Teacher Pack DLC for the game. The pack will feature various new levels which will be used as actual educational demonstration tools.
According to the details revealed by developer, teachers will boot up the pack and allow the student to play through various levels in it with the help of PS Move while learning all the new bunch of stuff.
Well we are still not sure what school teacher will teach to student with this new pack for LittleBigPlanet 2, but it sounds very interesting.