Brighton, England, 30th June, 2008: Eurogamer Network and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe are happy to announce that David Smith, Co-Founder and Technical Director of LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule, will face questions from Eurogamer.net readers on Wednesday, 2nd July from 4pm BST (UK time) / 5pm CET.
Eurogamer LiveText interviews allow the site's readers to submit questions through a moderator. Their answers appear live on the website without the need for page-refreshing. Past interviewees include Insomniac Games' President and CEO Ted Price and Naughty Dog Co-President Evan Wells.
"LittleBigPlanet is leading the way for user-created content on PlayStation 3 and it's going to be fascinating to hear what David has to say about it," said Tom Bramwell, Editor of Eurogamer.net. "Media Molecule is doing really exciting things and we're hoping this will be our biggest live interview yet."
"User-generated content is at the heart of LittleBigPlanet and if we've done ourjobs right, you'll create new experiences that we haven't even thought of yet," said David Smith, Co-Founder and Technical Director at Media Molecule. "This is a great opportunity for me to make sure you have the tools to make the LittleBigPlanet experiences you want to make."
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