Sony Japan has revealed that the online servers for LittleBigPlanet will be closing at the end of July 2016, rendering the online portion of all LittleBigPlanet games useless. The server closure will affect all LBP games including LBP, LBP2, LBP3, LBP Karting, Portable & Vita, affecting the PS3, PS4 and PS Vita games.
A new free-to-play title, Run Sackboy! Run!, is coming to the PS Vita this week, featuring everyone’s favourite stuffed character. The platform-survival game has you control Sackboy to race away from the Negativitron across familiar worlds from LittleBigPlanet.
A new LittleBigPlanet game could be heading to the PS Vita later this year according to PlayStation France CEO, Philippe Cardon. In a recent interview with Pockett, Cardon told the site that “another” LittleBigPlanet title is due to launch on PlayStation Vita later this year., stating that both Soul Sacrifice and LittleBigPlanet would lead 2013 software sales for the platform.
Later this month, LittleBigPlanet makes its debut on Sony’s latest portable console when it is released for the PS Vita. We have the complete trophy list for the game, which is similar to those of the previous titles in the series. Are you good enough to unlock all the trophies and get the Platinum one? Check out the list below.
Last night, the seven millionth level was published to the LittleBigPlanet servers. It's been nearly four years since LittleBigPlanet was first released and the game is still going strong. With LittleBigPlanet for the PS Vita on the way soon, this number will continue to grow.
Sony has revealed the official release date for LittleBigPlanet on the PS Vita. As suspected, the game will be arriving in September in Europe, North America and Japan. Europe will be the first to get the game on Wednesday, Spetember 19th 2012.
Sony has released a new trailer for the PS Vita version of LittleBigPlanet. The Japanese trailer shows more footage from the game, which is only a few short months away from release. Check out the trailer below.
The LittleBigPlanet Beta on the PS Vita has come to an end. Booting up the game now returns an error indicating that the beta is over, and prevents you from accessing any of the menu options. If you didn’t get a chance to enter the beta, you’ll have to wait until September 21st to get your hands on the full game.