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Thu, Aug 19, 2010 | 09:44 BST
Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans has said he’d love to see a sequel to LittleBigPlanet for PSP.
Sat, May 22, 2010 | 17:45 BST
Sony has announced over on the US PS Blog, that some ModNation-centric stickers and a costume for LBP will hit on May 25.
Sat, Apr 24, 2010 | 16:12 BST
A new developer diary has revealed that the new Turbo Pack coming to the game will not only allow you to race, but use construction-based vehicles.
You know, what those are. They’re those big things men use on the street to destroy and build things while they whistle at passing ladies.
Tue, Dec 01, 2009 | 15:10 GMT
Adam Grant, PSP European product manager, has announced over on the EU PS Blog that starting today, if you buy a PSPgo, or if you already have one, you can get Gran Turismo, MotorStorm: Arctic Edge or Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines to download completely free.
In Germany the three games that are on offer are Gran Turismo, MotorStorm: Arctic Edge and LittleBigPlanet PSP.
All you have to do is set up or sign into your PSN account, then visit PlayStationStore to download a special PSPgo Promotion Theme.
Once completed, an e-voucher will be sent to you via mail, within a week, then all you have to do is enter the code onto the PlayStationStore via your PSPgo.
This offer runs today through midnight on January 10, so get to it.
Hit the link for more.
Wed, Nov 18, 2009 | 23:19 GMT
Sony has posted over on the US PS Blog that due to a few hiccups, LittleBigPlanet PSP is not available through the store on PSN just yet.
However, it’s being remedied.
“We’re currently working around the clock to get this issue worked out so keep your eyes peeled for updates this week,” said senior producer Mark Green. “We appreciate you bearing with us”.
Just hang tight a bit longer then, we reckon.
More through the link.
Mon, Nov 09, 2009 | 11:40 GMT
They both gave the game a 9 and a 90% respectively. Here’s a snip from the EG review:
“In short, the “Play” aspect of LBP PSP is just as good as it is in the PS3 version. In fact it’s better in some regards thanks to the tweaked controls, reduction in the number of planes and more lenient checkpoint system. Most importantly, the environments you get to play through are just as beautiful, the puzzles just as ingenious and the difficulty level just as challenging.”
It’s out on November 17 in the US, and November 20 in the UK. Go get it, innit.
Tue, Nov 03, 2009 | 19:50 GMT
Those who preorder LittleBigPlanet for PSP from GameStop will get a bonus consisting of six outfits based on PlayStation franchises.
These include two costumes each from Uncharted 2, Killzone and MotorStorm.
Order in-store and you will get a download card, order online and you’ll get the code through email.
No word on whether these outfits are a GameStop exclusive or not, but one of the costumes for Killzone is a tank. You like tanks.
Fri, Aug 21, 2009 | 21:39 BST
Loads of LittleBigPlanet stuff has come out of GamesCom. The water stuff, the confirmation of the GoTY edition, the PSP version…it was LittleBigPlanet Central over at the Sony booth, apparently.
To show you just how much LBP was packed in, James Shepherd , the development director at Cambridge Studios, is featured in the video past the break chatting about LBP PSP including details on Create mode, on-the-go level inspiration and more.
Have a watch courtesy of the US PS Blog.
Fri, Mar 13, 2009 | 14:49 GMT
Media Molecule’s Alex Evans has teased Gamasutra with a taste of the firm’s next LBP project.
He said he cannot go into details at the moment, but did say the unannounced title would be “really fucking cool.”
Evans said the idea for the title came to Media Molecule during a “brainstorming session”.
“Then at a certain point, we’re like, ‘We’re gonna just take a character, we’re just gonna try this direction”, he said.
“It’s a quite interesting thing because it was like a magnet. Everyone sort of [joined in] on that thing, then I suddenly saw these people kind of going, ‘Oh my god, far from being tired of LBP, I suddenly see this untapped potential.
“And in ways that hopefully will still be fresh so when it comes back, people won’t be like, ‘Yeah, they just exploited that thing, and it’s really fucking obvious that they would do that.’ I think LBP is in their future, and hopefully in surprising ways.”
A PSP version of LBP has been confirmed to be in development with Sony Cambridge, and is a separate thing from Media Molecule’s in-house work.
User-generated content is “definitely” in Media Molecule’s future Evans said.
“So, it doesn’t have to be LBP-style creativity. It could be musical, or it could be God knows what. I think there’s definitely a fixation at Media Molecule around the idea of engaging players creatively.”
More through the link.