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Submitted by REBEL21 1779d ago | news

LittleBigPlanet team wants to work with Studio Ghibli.

Playstation.Joystiq.com - Perhaps you've heard of Studio Ghibli, the studio behind some of Japan's most revered animations? (My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away, etc.) Media Molecule's Siobhan Reddy spoke to Develop about the company's success of collaborating with Japanese developers to produce content in LittleBigPlanet, such as the Metal Gear Solid level pack, and the Final Fantasy VII costumes. (LittleBigPlanet, PS3)

Peter North  +   1779d ago
This sounds like more exclusive Hi-Def content for PlayStation platforms.
NoOoB101  +   1779d ago
Sounds like Peter North is right.
T-What  +   1779d ago
I hope they get the chance, It could be a very beautiful and interesting game, if Hayao Miyazaki is involved.
Dragun619  +   1779d ago
It would be an Awesome Combination!

Combining MediaMolecule's creative/inovative ideas with Studio Ghibli/ Hayao Miyazaki top notch animations and story, it would be an instant AAA classic.

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