Alex Evans: LBP2 On The PSP Would Be “very cool”

Posted By | On 19th, Aug. 2010

Alex Evans, the creator of LittleBigPlanet,  has said that making LBP2 on the PSP would be “very cool”.

“[LBP2 on PSP] would be lovely, but to be honest we’re just focusing on getting the PS3 one done,”

“I think that Cambridge studio, who did the first PSP one, did a great job but I’ve no announcements I’m afraid.”

“I think it would be cool though, I think it would be very cool.”

Perhaps we will see LBP2 on the PSP someday, good to hear.

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