Developer Media Molecule says a disc-based successor would be “counterproductive”
There were lots of puzzled looks when Capcom recently revealed that it is to release a disc-based successor to Street Fighter IV rather than expand its title via DLC, but now one major developer has vowed never to release a boxed sequel to its PS3 hit.
Speaking to CriticalGamer about the possibility of a sequel to LittleBigPlanet, producer Martin Lynagh stated: “I think what you’ve seen so far from LittleBigPlanet, that’s the way it’s going to continue.
Adding that a disc-based sequel would fragment the game’s online community, he continued: “We’d never want to do that. That’d be the most counterproductive thing you could do I think.”
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