- Also Known As
- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 28th Apr 2017
- 28th Apr 2017
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
PlayStation Plus Essential (Subscription)
- 2nd Aug 2022 until 6th Sep 2022
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Feature Support
- Official Site
The need for greed
Republished on Wednesday 27th July 2022: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of August's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. Much like LittleBigPlanet, the macabre puzzle platformer Little Nightmares includes sugar, spice, and all things nice – it just chooses to stir...
Add them to your library
It's a fresh month, which means a new batch of PS Plus Essential games is on the horizon. However, before we concern ourselves with September's goodies, let's not forget August's PS Plus lineup. Today, 5th September, is your last day to claim this trio and add them to your games library, and it's a selection you'll want...
The PS Plus Essential monthly games always pop up on the first Tuesday of the month, and would you believe it, we've reached August's selection already. Available to all PS Plus subscribers on all tiers, this month's lineup is now available to download and add to your library. As a reminder, this month sees a fresh trio of PS5 and PS4...
Plus or minus?
The PS Plus Essential line-up for August 2022 has been officially announced, and as always, we would like nothing more than to hear whether you're happy with what's being offered. But first, let's run through a quick recap, shall we? You could argue that August has not one, but two headline acts in the form of top notch remake Tony...
Following yet another leak, the PS Plus Essential monthly games for August 2022 have now been officially unveiled. It's the usual three games spread across PS5 and PS4, and there's something for everyone in this latest trio. August 2022's PS Plus Essential monthly games are: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (PS5, PS4)
Wake me up inside
Little Nightmares, the gritty puzzle platformer from LittleBigPlanet Vita developer Tarsier Studios, has turned in a dream performance, with reviews universally recommending the harrowing release. We've yet to get our hands on pre-release code, but you can expect plenty of coverage here over the coming days. In the meantime, here...
Hungry for more
Of the many games that were playable on the show-floor at PAX East 2017, Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares was one of the titles we were most excited to get our hands on. And we were lucky enough to get some time with the game as well as chat with level designer Matthew Compher about some elements of the title announced back in...
Get that guy away from us
Little Nightmares is shaping up to be a really promising horror project, as evidenced by its latest gameplay video. Over the course of seven minutes of footage, we're introduced to an atmospheric setting, a handful of quirky puzzles, and a seriously creepy janitor. The game's due out this April on PlayStation 4. Is Little...
And a creepy new trailer
Little Nightmares has had our attention from the moment that we first saw it, and after we were lucky enough to go hands on with the game last year, we've been looking forward to the day that we get a confirmed release date. Fortunately, that day has come. Bandai Namco's spooky horror title will launch on the 28th April on...
You wouldn't expect a puzzle platformer to be one of the pleasanter surprises at EGX 2016. Perhaps the booth should have been a better indication; Little Nightmares wasn't stuffed away in the corner of the convention, but instead commanded centre stage, with an elaborate labyrinth-like setup involving towering drawers and dressed-up...
Ooh, this is exciting: Bandai Namco has obtained publishing rights to LittleBigPlanet Vita dev's aquatic horror game Hunger, which is now named Little Nightmares. Many had expected Sony to publish the game given its long-running relationship with the Swedish studio Tarsier Studios, but it's Bamco instead who's signed the project...
Dive into the dark imagination of LBP Vita developer Tarsier Studios as you guide a lone youngster through a surreal and submerged dollhouse of horrors, moving from room to room and negotiating the terrors that lurk within.
An eerie and vivid realisation of our worst childhood fears, Little Nightmares places the fate of Six - a lone, barefoot girl – in your hands as she struggles to escape The Maw.
A warped, disturbing re-imagining of a typical doll's house, The Maw is both a playground and a prison, filled with quirky puzzles, unusual characters and truly nightmarish analogues of our most base fears.
Sneak, leap and puzzle your way through each level of this submerged vessel – from the dark depths of 'The Hull' all the way to the safety of 'The Above' – mastering Six's movements as you go to overcome ever greater challenges as the surface approaches.