Sony Cambridge is the primary developer of LBP PSP

Sony Cambridge is the primary developer of LBP PSP
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The official PlayStation Blog has revealed that LittleBigPlanet creator Media Molecule won’t be the primary studio in charge of bringing the acclaimed title to PSP. Sony’s development studio in Cambridge will have that honour.

“For those of you who may be concerned that the development of the PlayStation Portable game will detract Media Molecule’s attention from the ongoing support and enhancement of LittleBigPlanet on PlayStation 3, let me reassure you that the PSP version of the game is being primarily looked after by Sony’s development studio in Cambridge, England leaving Media Molecule free to continue as they have been doing,” explained SCEA marking manager Mark Valledor.

Regarding the PSP version of LBP, Sony’s remaining pretty tight lipped, but has revealed the title will be released this autumn and is being built from the ground up for the handheld. Players can expect “the same play, create and share experience” only now made for gamers on the go, plus brand new levels and environments created specifically for the PSP.