PSP LBP getting premium level DLC?

Game demo seems to suggest so.

Sony and Media Molecule may be looking to charge for downloadable levels in LittleBigPlanet PSP.

Evidence comes from Siliconera, which spotted a menu screen sporting "Story Levels", "Downloaded Levels" and "Purchased Levels" options.

There are currently very few pay-to-play LBP level packs available, simply as the bulk are created by the community and not Media Molecule. This latest move may mean taking a much more proactive role in the future.

Mm does charge for costumes and tool kit content, however.

LittleBigPlanet was announce for PSP back in February. There is no date for the game yet, although we have been told it will arrive sometime this year. It's looking good, too, as a freshly published trailer on Eurogamer TV shows.

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