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Video: LittleBigPlanet Goes Portable on Sony's PSP and PSPGo
Today LittleBigPlanet PSP Senior Producer Mark Green has announced that LittleBigPlanet is going portable on Sony's PSP and PSPGo consoles, as follows:
LittleBigPlanet is here for PSP! Yes, we've finally finished, and I don't mind admitting that molding Media Molecule's PS3 game to fit its new home on the PSP and PSPgo has been a rollercoaster ride for us all.
The game is in stores beginning Tuesday and I have to say that we're very proud of it. When we were first asked to make a PSP version of LittleBigPlanet, we wondered how on earth that much physics was ever going to fit onto something so much smaller, but to be honest we've enjoyed the challenge and now have a whole new world of LittleBigPlanet to show for it.
A world that contains thirty-eight newly created levels across seven different environments, all ready for you to play and explore - in addition to the whole Play, Create, and Share experience that's synonymous with LBP.
The process, however, has not been without its share of hiccups. We are aware that the game is not yet available on the PlayStation Store, but we're currently working around the clock to get this issue worked out so keep your eyes peeled for updates this week. We appreciate you bearing with us!
We'd also like to thank Media Molecule for all of their hard work in coming up with the incredible world that is LittleBigPlanet in the first place.
We've now added our own sprinkle of magic dust and we're thrilled to bring LBP PSP to the fans so that they can enjoy it anytime, anywhere.
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06-08-2013 #2roku1234 Guest
06-08-2013 #3Azrial Guest
06-08-2013 #4elser1 Guest
here we have sonys new handheld device the psp and a little title i'm sure will be a hit, little big planet.
06-09-2013 #5Azrial Guest
I don't know, I can see that PSP being superseded by some other Sony handheld that will feature a 2nd analog stick, better graphics and maybe some kind of touch control, that will work in collaboration with your PS3 and maybe the PS4 if Sony ever make something to follow the PS3.