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Sony XDev: LittleBigPlanet Vita "is the most definitive version of LBP yet."

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"TGL recently caught up with Sony Computer Entertainment XDev and LittleBigPlanet Producer Tom O’Connor to get the lowdown on what we can expect from LittleBigPlanet Vita ahead of it’s release later this year. We ask Tom about how the greater LBP experience compliments Vita’s unique functionality, what the Vita crucially adds to the experience and why LBP Vita is the most definitive LBP game on any platform to date."

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fantasygamer1973d ago

Very Excited for LBP Vita.

Welshy1973d ago

Me too, absolutely cannot wait!

In my opinion, the LBP community is the most friendly and talented out there, even LBP1 gets love with 1000's of new levels daily.

Can only imagine what great stuff they can do with LBP2 tools plus the new touch and motion features =)

Unexpecta1973d ago

Yup, LBP will get people noticing and further drive on the momentum to the PSVita train.

dafegamer1973d ago

who needs an app store when you have lbpvita

GribbleGrunger1973d ago (Edited 1973d ago )

EXACTLY! We're no longer taking about half-hearted attempts at different genres either, we are talking about the real deal. Creators will make games with the Vita version that will convince anyone who happens to catch you playing them that we've downloaded a professionally made game from a big company. The beta was short and people just didn't have the heart to dedicate too much time to an idea, but even in the beta there were examples of what is possible.

I myself struggle to come up with ideas for LBP2 but for some reason I already have a dozen ideas for the Vita version and I know that at least one of those Ideas has never been done before... That excites me.

dafegamer1973d ago (Edited 1973d ago )

Im with you Bro ;)
I seriously hope that LBP Vita will make critics stop all this "handhelds are dead" or "Smartphones>Handheld& quot; talk especially considering the Vita Situation

Them_Bones1973d ago

Well of course they're going to say that.

GribbleGrunger1973d ago (Edited 1973d ago )

They only repeat what the community says. Trust me, you and many others are NOT going to see what's coming until it hits you square between the eyes. Sony are giving the community what they need to create an App store for free. All you will need is ONE purchase and then you will never have to buy another phone or pad game again.

And the great thing is, even if you don't own the content from the many DLC packs that will inevitably come along, you can still play the games that use them. This has always been the strength of LBP and always will be.

I have my Vita and I'm ready for the revolution. WE ARE THE DEVELOPERS

ChunkyLover531973d ago

It makes sense to say that, but maybe they are pushing LBP a bit much? I honestly think they want Sackboy to be their Mario, but there is LBP 1 and 2 on PS3, LBP Kart, LBP on PSP and now LBP on Vita.

I tend to look at LBP2 on PS3 as the best in the series. For me, I'll always prefer playing LBP on a large screen at home, where I have time to concentrate and create things.

King_many_layers1973d ago

Surely if it's comprehensive enough it could be played whilst you sit at home. A large screen has not stopped me from playing RE: Revelations and Uncharted: GA at home and nor will it stop me spending my time with LBPV at home for extended time periods.

GribbleGrunger1973d ago

And of course when the LBP2 DLC hits that allows for Vita integration, we'll be wanting to sit at home and design games with the Vita even more

r211973d ago

looks to be that way. LBPV will let users go nuts with creativity :D

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