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Cartoon Network has announced it will be releasing a dual pack with Steven Universe: Save the Light and OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes on PS4 and Switch. Come check it out!
OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes from Cartoon Network is making its way to the PlayStation 4 on January 23, and we have a new trailer you should check out!
Rise and Shine is out today for PlayStation 4, so we got in touch with Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team to talk about the game’s development and its release for Sony’s home console.
PS4Blog: Good morning! Good to have you with us at PS4blog.net. Would you mind introducing yourself to our readers?
My name is Enrique Corts, I’m from Spain, and I’m mainly one of the two artists at Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team, although I wish I could only be in charge of the art! Being part of a tiny team of four, I usually have to deal with different things like animation, design, production, PR, etc.
I’ve been working in the games industry for about 17 years now as concept artist or art director, but only 7 of those as an indie developer.
In the past I’ve worked on projects like the original Plants VS Zombies or Worms 3D and as a team we have developed Pro Zombie Soccer and Supermagical (both among the Games of the Year on the App Store) before Rise & Shine.
Cartoon Nertwork is busy working on Steven Universe Save the Light, a new game coming to the PlayStation 4 this year! If you’re a fan of the show you’ll be happy to hear that Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe, is working on the game itself. Grumpyface Studios is the developer tasked with bringing the game to life on Sony’s home console.
Cartoon Network is going to release an animated series called OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes which is based on a pilot short called Lakewood Plaza Turbo released way back in 2013.
This is important for PS4 owners because Capybara Games is working on a game based on OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes for Sony’s home console! This is going to be a brawler
The winner of the Design a New Adventure Time Character contest has been announced by Little Orbit and Cartoon Network. The grand prize goes to Marcel Ramos of Long Beach, California. Marcel created the winning character named Sunny.