LittleBigPlanet runs as a first-person game
LittleBigPlanet: the FPS may have seemed far-fetched before, but the game’s creators have now shown the game running and functioning in the first-person perspective.
During an interview with the European branch of IGN, creators of Sony’s popular user-generated video game LittleBigPlanet, Media Molecule, showed off the PlayStation 3 game running in the first-person perspective.
When asked about the possibility of a LittleBigPlanet FPS update, Media Molecule’s David Smith states that “there’s nothing off the table,” also saying that “if it’s something that the community wanted, we’d totally listen to that.”
After answering IGN’s question about LBP in a first-person perspective, the game’s team actually booted up the game in first-person, proving that LittleBigPlanet is fully-functional in this view.
After the demo of LittleBigPlanet in this new perspective, Media Molecule’s Alex Evans revealed to IGN that “there’s no reason why features like this could never make it.”
The topic of Sony’s genre bending puzzle-rich platformer going into first-person was originally brought up by the news of the Metal Gear Solid-themed DLC coming to LittleBigPlanet, which will include a paintball gun.
You can read the full interview with the LBP team here.
Article from: Gamepro