Who can resist a good rumor? Especially one that involves quite possibly the single most important PlayStation 3 exclusive yet?
You've heard this rumor before, but it was quickly shot down by Media Molecule. This time, however, EGM's Quartermann claims an inside source has revealed the existence of more downloadable content for LittleBigPlanet along with – get ready for it – a PSP version. The specific quote in question says- "The LBP universe will also continue to evolve next year with the release of the PSP version: Q-Mann hears it's fantastically ambitious and will further flesh out the PS3 LBP experience." Well, Sony has said from the start they want to bring SackBoy and Co. to as many gamers as humanly possible, and this is the second or third time we've heard the rumor. Usually, when something like this pops up repeatedly, there's at least some truth to the idea. Perhaps by the end of the year, Media Molecule will come forward with the truth, and perhaps that truth will make the handheld fans very happy.
On another subject, now that this developer has made a big splash with a wonderfully well-received and innovative title, many gamers are wondering about any future projects they may have planned. And the vague comment in response to this is-
"And what's next for Media Molecule? Suitors are lining up at their door, and we hear they'd like to bring their revolutionary concepts to a new genre – possibly online role-playing games."
So what do you think? What should Media Molecule try? And will they bring LBP – or a version of it, at least – to the PSP?
Related Game(s): LittleBigPlanet