His statement is by no means hostile, as he goes on to talk about how much he believes LittleBigPlanet will be that platform-defining title for Sony's current black box. "I'm incredibly proud of what they've done, and it's just an amazing experience to see how their game has progressed," he said. "If we want to bring people in who haven't played games before, wherever they are in the world and whatever their cultural background, whatever their sex or age, then we've got to think out of the box and start creating stuff which fascinates those people. I think LBP could be one of those."
While it is endearing to hear him eat some humble pie once in a blue moon -- especially when praising a game releasing so close to his own -- we can't help but feel that Metal Gear Solid 4 and Uncharted have been ignored here. Other than that, we'd have to agree with Mr. Molyneux; other titles, while popular with the Sony crowd, don't carry a universal appeal that will draw people towards the hardware. We'll see what becomes of LBP next month.