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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:09am 03/03/10 | 3 Comments
Sony have bought up Media Molecule, the dev team behind, LittleBigPlanet.
In a strategic move to continue to secure excellence in game development for current and future PlayStationģ platforms, the acquisition of Media Molecule formalises the successful exclusive relationship with SCE.Media Molecule, based in Surrey, England, is the award-winning developer of LittleBigPlanet, one of the best-selling titles for PS3, a game that introduced gamers to the unique ethos of Play, Create and Share. Having seen over 2m user generated levels created for the community to download and play for free, LittleBigPlanet has completely changed the way people interact with games, whilst revolutionising the longevity of gameplay.
It's a no-brainer they'll keep working on LBP, though nothing official was mentioned in the way of a sequel, or anything else for that matter.



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groganus
Posted 10:15am 03/3/10
Id hate to seem them waste time on a sequel, not to say the game sucked, far from it.. it was really innovative and unique.. id just like to see them spend there time on a new ip.

Plus there still churning in the money from all the DLC for LBP
Nathan
Posted 10:43am 03/3/10
LBP was a big let down imo
Viper
Posted 11:23am 03/3/10
For me no, it's still one of the only good Co-Op games I have on the PS3 along with army of 2, resistance 1 and Resident evil.
Hardly any of the big AAA games have good fun Co-Op system, I am of course ONLY talking about the PS3.
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