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Topic: LittleBigPlanet style game on Wii U?

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PloXyZeRO

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LittleBigPlanet would feel right at home on the Wii U in my opinion. Of course, Media Molecule develops for Sony, not Nintendo, so we won't see that on Wii U...ever.

But do you think we'll see another game similar in style on the Wii U in the future? A sandbox-style game with TONS of tools to make your own game within the game? The user could have tools to access motion gestures and various motion sensors of the gamepad to control objects in game, as well as touch controls, and more. If a game like this was ever released on the Wii U I'd buy it ASAP. Sony already made their version of Super Smash Bros., so maybe Nintendo could make something like LBP? It really seems like it should be a Nintendo game, but it makes the PS3 have a more diverse selection of games. It was the reason I GOT a PS3!

I mean, look what's already been made in LBP2!

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Crazybrain1

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If Nintendo completely copied of Sony, they would get sued.
However, a game like Little Big Planet might be interesting.

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AlexSays

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Crazybrain1 wrote:

If Nintendo completely copied of Sony, they would get sued.
However, a game like Little Big Planet might be interesting.

You can take ideas from other companies without being sued. Sony All Stars was made to be vastly similar to Smash Bros and there were no lawsuits there.

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Tuurtledove

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Unless I'm mistaken,
I believe programmers actually designed downloadable software for the Nintendo Wii that could be installed through the Homebrew channel. It was essentially a NSMB-Wii Level Creator. And I've never really understood why Nintendo wouldn't head down that road themselves. Especially since it'd work wonderfully alongside NSMB-U. The Replay value would be tremendous because of it, And it'd certainly become a far more vibrant and experimental game because of it

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HeatBombastic

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Friends of mine would always want to play Little Big Planet multiplayer whenever I visited. I get bored of it, nor do I actually get what's going on. From what I can tell, my friend chose a user-generated game level, and then we played it. Is it the levels that we chose were boring? Do I need to own it and play it by myself to understand what's going on?

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AlexSays

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HeatBombastic wrote:

Friends of mine would always want to play Little Big Planet multiplayer whenever I visited. I get bored of it, nor do I actually get what's going on. From what I can tell, my friend chose a user-generated game level, and then we played it. Is it the levels that we chose were boring? Do I need to own it and play it by myself to understand what's going on?

I don't think so, its just not a terribly exciting game. Its cool to see the imagination and creativity some people have, but if you're a more action oriented person like me, there's not a ton of stuff to do.

Its more for the people that love creating things.

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MrWalkieTalkie

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LittleBigPlanet has some charming and imaginative levels made by expert and dedicated players. But more than often you end up finding the blandest unoriginal and repetative games.

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PloXyZeRO

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A New Super Mario Bros. level editor would be very cool! That would be one step towards the right direction. I know with one of the Mario vs. Donkey Kong games for Nintendo DS (the first one I think), there was a level editor and you could share you levels with others. I know Nintendo isn't the greatest with online gaming, but even if they implemented some sort of level editor for an upcoming game and an online community where you can share levels and creations would really boost the quality of the game in my opinion

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CapnPancakes

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Little Big Planet was one of the PS3 games I really wanted to play, but when I finally got to try it out with a friend, I was a little bit disappointed. I don't really like how you have to switch between planes, and I though the setting was just a bit too dark. Maybe that's just me though :P

The Yarn Yoshi game that Nintendo announced in January looks promising though. I do really like the hand crafted theme.

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