on 07-07-2012 06:51 PM
First of all, LBP came before MNR, just thought I'de mention that.
Also, If you wnat clouds then you could also place a cloud sticker on some cardbord then corner cut around it.
Also, yes you DO need the move controller to play the move pack - that's why it's called the move pack.
The multiple layer glitch does work in LBP2.
Hope this helps.
on 07-07-2012 06:56 PM
Just realized what you actually ment about LBP invading on MNR territory! (the racing not the creating right?).
Littlebig Karting is being made by Mm and UFG! Probably because, as you said, the MNR population is in decline.
There will also be multiple way's to play in Littlebig Karting such as top down and platforming!
I don't see as invading. I see it as evolving.
on 07-07-2012 06:57 PM
I've heard about the Move pack and am tempted, I don't have a move though so if you HAVE to have a move controller to play the levels and unlock the extra content then that's a bit of downer... can anyone who has it confirm yay or nay on this matter?
You need a Move controller to play it, which is required in order to unlock most of the content.
However the core additions, including the sticker-panel material, should be unlockable via the tutorial if I remember correctly. There may be other ways to unlock the other content - perhaps someone here can confirm whether you can 'join in' someone's multiplayer session without the controller? Or unlock the collectables via community levels?
I do have the level glitch pieces downloaded from LBP1, do they still work or are there new ones for LBP2?
Most LBP1 glitches work fine in LBP2. The youtube link I included contains a link to a copyable level that has a nice glitch 'cascade' that makes it easier to work with the scenery layers.
I will just ask, what is the LBP online community like (forums etc)?
Widespread. These forums are fairly quiet, but there's a core cadre of folks eager to try to answer people's queries. I don't venture out beyond here much (I wish I had the time to!) but there are loads of other substantial chunks of community to be found here and there.
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