October 24, the day that all PlayStation 3 owners have been waiting for is approaching. LittleBigPlanet is such an original and substantial project that no one even dares to mention the possibility of disappointment. Media Molecule co-founder Mark Healy is also confident enough to hint the eventuality of LBP-related material coming to the PSP in the future.
In an interview with Eurogamer, Healy said that they had been discussing how an adaption like that could work out practically. “There’s definitely scope for a PSP version. We’ve had discussions and talks, [but] nothing concrete at the moment.”
An actual playable version on the PSP is not intended, instead he went on about how he thought the PSP could be integrated with the content we see on the PS3. “It’d be great to make, for the people who are really into the Create side, some kind of companion products that allow you to create things while you’re on the train. One thing that I’d love to add is the ability to create you’re [sic] own music, for example, that you can import into the game. That seems like an obvious one to do and it’d be quite easy really.”
It’s definitely something that should be done. Imagine all the great content that is going to be made during long plane flights, while sitting on the toilet or in case of emergency.