Media Molecule co-founder Mark Healy has told VG247 that LittleBigPlanet 2 won’t have full support for PlayStation Move in the game whenever it launches.
But speaking to Joe Anderson at the formal reveal of the Play, Create, Share sequel, he did say that “there will be a taster”of how the motion controller will work with the title.
“We’re really excited by giving the Move controller to the community,” Healy told us. “We’re totally going to go to town on supporting that, but I don’t think we will have the full functionality at launch. There will be a taster, but it is something we are planning to do.”
Healy also said that playing LBP2 with just Move and the sub-controller is pretty much a “no-brainer”.
“I think that will have to be the case. We haven’t sat down and scoped that out entirely, but it seems like a bit of a no-brainer really.”
LittleBigPlanet 2 also has a feature called “Sixthaxis Direct Control Seat”, which allows you to map out how you can control the game. Healy insists that the feature works with Move, as well as the original SIXAXIS and DualShock 3.
“You may remember from the presentation that we had the Sixthaxis Direct Control Seat, which is a ridiculously long title which we will no doubt change,” said Healy.
“What this does is allow the user to take the guts of the SixthAxis controller and map the buttons in any way they like, and I see no reason why you couldn’t use this function with any other controller, like the Move controller for example.”
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