LittleBigPlanet slips, Home taking its time

LittleBigSonyAnyone who is eager to play with a bunch of dolls made out of burlap sacks and design environments out of paper cut-outs will have to wait just a little bit longer than previously expected. The flagship PlayStation 3 title LittleBigPlanet has been officially pushed back from September to October, inching ever closer to the holiday hot zone.

Sony Computer Entertainment president Kaz Hirai made the announced at Sony’s PlayStation Day 2008 in London yesterday, where he asserted that the game will revolutionize the way gamers interact with videogames.

Additionally, Hirai told the gaming press on hand that Home, Sony’s in-development community network, will be open to the public only when it is ready. Hopefully that means that the project will hit users’ living rooms completely bug-free and feature-rich when it finally arrives.

Cross your fingers.

[via PS3fanboy]


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