The “LittleBigPlanet 2” team has been putting in extra hours and months to get their game out since it was delayed into 2011. The series may have another iron in the fire, though, and the phantom project is called “Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves.”
Whatever the game is, the Australian Government has classified it as appropriate for general audiences, according to the country’s online Classification Database (via Siliconera). It would be somewhat of a shocker if Sony was prepping a game with “Moves” in the title that wasn’t going to be PlayStation Move-oriented with its controls, so the PlayStation 3 is a good guess for now in terms of where this Sackboy venture will be showing up.
Media Molecule did say that “LBP2” would not be shipping with full Move support for its launch (just a demo), so it may be the case that they’re packaging full Move support into a DLC pack that required an additional rating. I’m only speculating here, but unless it’s a PlayStation Portable title (maybe something for that rumored PSP 2), that about cashes out the possibilities.
Could we be looking at an LBP world where only Stone Age-era objects and resources are available to game-makers? That could be fun. All Australia’s website really seems to know is that the title won’t be cranking up the franchise’s maturity levels.
What do you think “Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves” will turn out to be? Are you counting down the days until “LBP2” comes out? Share your responses with us in the comment section below.