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LittleBigPlanet: new game headed to Vita, says French Sony exec

Friday, 5th April 2013 02:26 GMT By Brenna Hillier

A new LittleBigPlanet game is coming to Vita, PlayStation France CEO Philippe Cardon told Pockett recently. The executive said Soul Sacrifice and LittleBigPlanet will spearhead Vita software sales this year, and when challenged, confirmed he meant “another” game, not the 2012 release. Take it with a grain of salt, though – Cardon’s also the one who said we’d get a Monster Hunter game for Vita in 2012, and we’re yet to get even a sniff of it.

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  1. Nath_gamer

    Oh wow! Can’t wait to see what it might be, I can’t imagine another LBP on the Vita being like 2 was on the PS3.
    I mean the only reason they did 2 like they did was because they had new features they wanted to add and they were able to make it backwards compatible with the first game, otherwise there’d be not much point in making a new LBP game the same way seeing as you can just make new levels in the one that’s already out.
    So this must mean they might be trying something a little more experimental with the Vita’s extra controls but I thought they had already done a great job with the 2012 LBP Vita game in regards to getting the best out of the Vita’s extra controls, but I guess it all remains to be seen :)
    I’m also really looking forward to Soul Sacrifice and of course a possible Monster Hunter on the Vita.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Rocketbilly

    I am assuming that he was referring to Tearaway, the new 3D platformer coming to Vita from the developers of LittleBigPlanet, and not some previously unannounced new LBP game.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Nath_gamer

    @2. I hadn’t thought about that, that could very well be a possibility, and seems ever more likely as well.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. mehrdad2430

    I’m appointed when I read this news.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. Fin

    @2

    Yup.
    Also, never trust rumours that come from translation – they’re not really rumours at all.

    #5 1 year ago

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