November 3rd, 2008, 22:07 Posted By: Shrygue
LittleBigPlanet will be getting another tool to make its user-created stages even more customizable, reports PS3 Attitude. Alex Evans, co-founder of Media Molecule, commented at GameCity in Nottingham recently that an image importing tool was pulled from the game due to time constraints, but it will be patched into the game by Christmas.
Crafty players have found ways around the lack of an image importer by using the PlayStation Eye, but true image importing should help players use higher-res pictures in their created stages. PS3 Fanboy speculates it will involve memory and USB sticks, along with a possible size limitation to keep stages from getting too large with photographs. We'll be waiting for word on when exactly this patch will come, along with the promised online creation patch announced before the launch of the game. If you haven't picked up the game yet, check out our positive review, in which a chin-stroking Nick Suttner refers to its "infectious joy, infectious creativity, and an infectiously excited community."
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