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Get Your Questions Answered By Media Molecule

Get Your Questions Answered By Media Molecule

LBP2-7NowGamer is giving you the opportunity to ask Media Molecule’s Alex Evans about LittleBigPlanet 2 next week…

LittleBigPlanet 2 is happening. That much we know. We also know that it looks great, and will enable players to build entire games. But when it comes to gathering information on the play-create-share-em-up sequel, we’re insatiable.

That’s where you come in, dear readers. We’re interviewing Media Molecule’s Alex Evans at E3 next week, and in the best tradition of the game’s community spirit, we’re turning to you for questions.

“The potential for questions is pretty much as limitless as the game itself”

Want to know what sort of games you can make in LBP2? How Sackbots work? What gadgets will be available in addition to the jetpack and paint gun? The potential for questions is pretty much as limitless as the game itself.

Send your questions for Alex to NowGamer via email at nowgamer@imagine-publishing.co.uk, and remember: the more unusual, funny, and downright creative the query, the better the chance we’ll ask it. For ideas check out our LBP2 preview, and our list of things you can make in the game….

Via NowGamer




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  • koppert79

    were you surprised at what people made with the gear on their own levels?

  • daniel dixon

    hello
    lbp was amazing scoring 94 in play mag and well over 90 in many more will you be making any more changes to lbp to make it better such as the option of creating it to be viewed in 3d which could really make it one of the most ground breaking games in history like:
    cod 4 modern warfare
    RED DEAD REDEMPTION
    god of war 3
    and obviously the sequel to cod 4 modern warfare 2
    if you are please can you inform me i am sure many other people have the same queries
    thank you
    daniel dixon

  • Sudesh

    Hi Mm, will there be an option to view levels (from the planet) in list form? It sometimes feels too random just rotating the planet searching hap-hazardly. Don’t get me wrong, I like the randomness because the game has so many levels that it may be difficult to make a choice. It’s just that I’m more ‘organised’ sometimes.

  • Joel

    Hi Alex. Do you spit or swallow?