Play, Create, Share is a motto that's stuck with PlayStation since the inception of a quirky game called LittleBigPlanet, which empowered players with tools to create whatever they wanted and to share them online with the community. LittleBigPlanet 2 took that a step further with far more freedom, letting players create genres and mini-games within a game. Now with LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita, players will be empowered even more with what's being described as the most accessible version of the game yet.
Taking advantage of the PSVita's touchscreen and other input avenues, sensors and cameras, players can play, create and share on the go, whenever, wherever they are. Just like LBP2, players can continue to create their own games and genres using the available creation tools. The PSVita can even be tilted vertically to play gravity-based games, or two player games where either player grabs an end of the handheld system much like Virtua Tennis 4 for the PSVita.
LBP.me compatibility will also be included to help make sharing much easier, alongside a friendlier, simpler Create interface.