Media Molecule recreates LittleBigPlanet area The Gardens in Dreams

A Media Molecule game within a Media Molecule game.

Dreams

LittleBigPlanet turned 10 years old on October 27, and to celebrate the milestone anniversary, creator Media Molecule held a live stream earlier today where it recreated LittleBigPlanet stage “The Gardens” in its upcoming title Dreams.

The first title in the Sony Interactive Entertainment-coined “Play, Create, Share” concept, LittleBigPlanet enabled players to play, create, and share their own stages. Since the series launched, over 11 million levels have been created.

Dreams is a major evolution on the concept that enables players to play, create, and share their own games and experiences. PlayStation.com describes it as an “extraordinary open-ended experience where you can make anything, from interactive adventures and platformers, to shoot ‘em ups, puzzlers, and more.”

Dreams will be released for PlayStation 4. A release date has yet to be announced.

Watch the live stream archive below.

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