Polygon: Tarsier Studios — the developer behind LittleBigPlanet PS Vita and contributor on the original LittleBigPlanet and LittleBigPlanet 2 for PlayStation 3 — announced its new game this morning: the third-person action adventure Hunger.
Oh cool, I can't wait for this game announcement!
This looks a little like the game Below that was announced for X1. At least from pulled back camera of the art and that you're a small person versus a big company.
Hell yeah this is what the vita needs new & unique IP's, not ports.
It is likely for PS4
um not to burst your bubble, but it says in the article its aiming for a PS4 digital release. BUT I wouldn't be surprised to see the title coming out on Vita also.
well thats what i get for not reading the article carefully. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-x...
I would love to see this on Vita too, but I like that the smaller devs are reaching to a higher ground.
Excited to see the reveal trailer for this!!! :D
O interesting, these guys made the best LBP so I am excited to see more about this
There is literally a new PS4 game announced daily lol
And the people from the other camp would have you convinced that the PS4 is Starving for games. Lol.
Yup...at the rate Sony is going, the PS2 era will be upon us again! I love variety in video games...reason I stick with the Playstation brand.
And they keep supporting their consoles. When I got my PS3 i started to get mulitplats for it mostly, over the last few years I noticed I bought nothing for the 360 as I don't use its online features and I don't like Halo or Gears of War, and there is nothing else being released for it exclusively. Yet the PS3 is still receiving exclusives, among them I can't wait for Tales of Xillia 2 and Tales of Zesteria the most
This looks interesting
No doubt this will be great.
I loved lbp vita! :-)
LBP vita was great. This will be too!
It looks like a horror game, and judging from that 'blob' pic, not one that I want in VR.
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