The recently announced Playstation Portable version of LittleBigPlanet is being developed
by with help from Media Molecule and will likely be able to connect in someway with the Playstation 3 version.
The PSP's LittleBigPlanet will also tap into the three tenets of the original title: Playing, creating and sharing, John Koller, director of hardware marketing for Sony Computer Entertainment of America, told Kotaku in a recent interview.
"There is a whole play, create, share component to the game, just like the PS3," he said. "They are still working on that, so there's not a whole lot to talk about yet."
Koller added that the developers were also looking at ways for the PSP version to connect with the PS3 version, perhaps to share levels, though he said no decision had been made yet.
Koller said that the decision to bring LittleBigPlanet to the Playstation Portable was driven in part by Sony's desire to expand the casual market for their portable.
Announced at Destination Playstation earlier this week along with a slew of other top-tier titles, LittleBigPlanet PSP likely isn't the biggest title heading to the platform this year, he said.
"At Destination Playstation we announced about half of the line up for the PSP this year, some fairly major, triple-A titles are coming for the back half of the year that are going to be announced in the coming months and at E3."
"LittleBigPlanet is going to be one of the top three but a number of others that are coming are just as big."
Update: Koller initially told us that Media Molecule was developing LittleBigPlanet for the PSP, but we've since clarified that it is being made with their input.