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Rumour: 14GB Will Be Enough to Contain the Cuteness of PS4 Exclusive LittleBigPlanet 3

14GB Will Be Enough to Contain the Cuteness of PS4 Exclusive LittleBigPlanet 3

PS Move compatibility also on the cards

A little like DriveClub, the upcoming LittleBigPlanet 3 is one of those titles that we want nestling on our PlayStation 4’s hard drive. Sony’s exclusive lineup this year seems built around pickup and play experiences that will have long legs, and Sackboy’s latest errand looks particularly likely to...

News: Sony: PS Move Was Ahead of Its Time, But There's No Appetite for Motion Right Now

Sony: PS Move Was Ahead of Its Time, But There's No Appetite for Motion Right Now

Project Morpheus will change that, reckons Shuhei Yoshida

Pop those PlayStation Move controllers in the cupboard: you’ll need them, but not right now. In a candid interview with Pocket-Lint, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that motion gaming is in a bit of a rut right now, and will stay that way until Sony’s virtual...

Review: Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PlayStation 4)

Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PlayStation 4)

Nobody suspects a thing

Loving father. Caring husband. Secret octopus. That’s the tagline to Octodad: Dadliest Catch, the sequel to Young Horses’ surprise 2010 splash hit Octodad. And it sums up the game quite succinctly. You take control of an undercover cephalopod living in the human world. You have to make sure that your family and those...

Rumour: Sony Working on Touch Powered PS Move for PS4?

Sony Working on Touch Powered PS Move for PS4?

Move it, move it

Sony has recently patented a new controller design, hinting at some form of revamped motion device for the PlayStation 4. Similar in form to the PlayStation Move controller on the PlayStation 3, this fresh peripheral includes all of the same core functionality as its current generation counterpart. However, there is one area...

News: Wonderbook's No Longer Extinct with Book of Potions and Walking with Dinosaurs

Wonderbook's No Longer Extinct with Book of Potions and Walking with Dinosaurs

Ice page

They may have got lost amid the excitement surrounding the PlayStation 4, but Sony turned the pages on two new Wonderbook titles last week. Building on the success of Wonderbook: Book of Spells, both Wonderbook: Walking with Dinosaurs and Wonderbook: Book of Potions hope to convince you to dust off your hardback-based peripheral and worm...

News: Supermassive Games Keeping PS Move Title Until Dawn Alive

Supermassive Games Keeping PS Move Title Until Dawn Alive

Not dead yet

Do you remember Until Dawn? The intriguing PlayStation Move teen horror title was announced at GamesCom a couple of years back, but has remained as tightly concealed as a cheerleader’s dressing room in the months since. That doesn’t mean that the release has been cancelled, though – in fact, according to managing director Pete...

Review: Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD (PlayStation Network)

Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD (PlayStation Network)

Not-so-clever girl

Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD harkens back to a time when games were simple and focused. Back in the day, the gameplay spoke for itself so there was little need for a narrative, and your overall goal was clear and simple: rescue the princess, shoot the demons, or in this case, hunt the dinosaurs. You play as a nameless hunter,...

Video: Johann Sebastian Joust Invents New Local Multiplayer Mode for PS3

Johann Sebastian Joust Invents New Local Multiplayer Mode for PS3

Look Ma, no TV

Family Gamer TV recently took a beta version of Johann Sebastian Joust – the PlayStation Move powered multiplayer game set to release as part of indie compilation SportsFriends later this year – to the Greenbelt Festival in Cheltenham. The intriguing title functions without the use of a television screen, but uses music and...

News: Puppeteer Presents an Epic Tale of Past Performances

Puppeteer Presents an Epic Tale of Past Performances

Curtain call

As pointed out in our recent preview, Puppeteer is shaping up to be something special. The Japan Studio side-scroller takes you on a tour through a theatrical world, as you battle against pantomime villains with a pair of scissors. Of course, considering that this is coming from the same creative powerhouse as ICO and

Review: Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (PlayStation 3)

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (PlayStation 3)

Fairway to heaven

You’d need a heart more barren than a bothersome bunker to dislike Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (or Everybody’s Golf, as it’s known in Europe). Originally putted onto the PlayStation Vita, this PlayStation 3 port of the sugary sporting sim is every bit as sweet as its portable predecessor. Boasting a bevy of colourful...

First Impressions: An Audience with Puppeteer, the PS3 Panto Deserving of a Standing Ovation

An Audience with Puppeteer, the PS3 Panto Deserving of a Standing Ovation

Pure theatre

Games like Puppeteer don’t deserve to be sitting out in the wings. You’re more likely to find Japan Studio’s side-scroller nursing a cold cup of coffee and pushing about props than strutting its stuff on centre stage. In an industry increasingly obsessed with leading lights like Call of Duty and Battlefield, there’s becoming...

News: Angry Birds: Star Wars Finds the Force on PlayStation 3 and Vita

Angry Birds: Star Wars Finds the Force on PlayStation 3 and Vita

Luke Flywalker

Angry Birds: Star Wars, Rovio and LucasArts’ license to print money, is set to step away from the Pork Side of mobiles and tablets, and fly onto the PlayStation 3 and Vita this fall. The title – which popped up on Amazon overnight – will catapult its way onto a console near you on 29th October in North America and 1st November...