PSM3: New MediEvil in development

SCE Cambridge Studio hasn’t been too active in game development this generation. They developed PS3’s PlayTV and are working on the upcoming Move title, TV SuperStars. They did work on LittleBigPlanet for PSP, too. Looks like they might finally be working on a full-fledged outing.

According to the latest issue of PSM3, Sony Cambridge is working on a brand new MediEvil title. It wasn’t mentioned what platform the game would arrive on, but we would assume PlayStation 3 considering: 1) they already made a remake for PSP and 2) they haven’t really done much on PS3 as of yet. Our source for this information, Games Thirst, doesn’t mention whether this was in the rumors section or not.

The first MediEvil launched back on PlayStation in 1998. After its success, MediEvil 2 launched in 2000. A remake of the first game, MediEvil: Resurrection was made for PSP is 2005.

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