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Sony's LittleBigPlanet Dos and Don'ts

It emerged last week that user-created LittleBigPlanet levels were being deleted without warning over copyright issues.

Levels containing IP from other games like Sonic and Metal Gear were found to be removed from the online server. Media Molecule said at the time that it was "reviewing the moderating system".

Today Sony has issued CVG a lengthy statement regarding the moderation process and how best to avoid having your levels deleted.

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BlackCountryBob3319d ago (Edited 3319d ago )

In a way it is a good idea. I mean, the game is supposed to encourage new ideas and while I see the appeal of wanting to play mario levels, it is not original at all. I hope that the hours of work and dedication by those gamers who copied Mario brick for brick can now be put towards those people expressing an idea of their own with the same level of dedication and attention to detail.

Kick in the teeth though, they could have made this clear before launching the game and people spent lots of time making something which has been canned.

EDIT: I dunno why I placed this as a reply; complete blond moment for me as this post has absolutely nothing to do with post #1. Sorry!

No FanS Land3319d ago

Hope they don't remove the remade songs!

deeznuts3319d ago

If it's IP infringement of course it's without warning. Why would they warn? They want that ish off their servers asap.