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LittleBigPlanet

LittleBigPlanet (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Action, 2D, Platformer
Developer: Media Molecule
More Platforms: PSP

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/27/2008
EU
11/05/2008
JP
10/30/2008

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Staff Reviews

LittleBigPlanet review

Reviewed December 30, 2008

Jonathan Stark says: "Suddenly I felt hope. Hope for myself. Hope for humanity. Sony might’ve intended HOME to be their global glue for PS3 players, but the true community is right here, in Little Big Planet."
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Reader Reviews

LittleBigPlanet review

Reviewed August 03, 2009

Soulblitz says: "“Play. Create. Share.” That’s the way LittleBigPlanet works, and it’s one of the taglines used for the game. I’ll start with Play, as that’s mainly what you’ll be doing. You take control of an adorable little being called Sackboy (or Sackgirl), and his main role in life is to navigate his way through levels using what starts off as simple platforming, but eventually gets quite complicated. LittleBigPlanet is essentially a platform game, but it’s a game based entirely on a brilliant physics engin..."
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LittleBigPlanet review

Reviewed July 01, 2009

Suskie says: "LittleBigPlanet’s appearance and demeanor, right down to its voiceover narration by Stephen Fry, are so friendly and inviting that you’d half expect the game to be a product of Pixar itself. The levels, seemingly constructed out of found materials and building blocks, look as though they’re set in the confines of a toy box, and the quirky, episodic nature of the plots accompanying them give the impression that the adventure is unfolding within a child’s imagination. It’s only appropriate ..."
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LittleBigPlanet review

Reviewed January 29, 2009

True says: "Very rarely am I ever “blown away” by a game. I play a fair amount of the “good, even the great. Games that are overwrought with airships or zombies; battles with a Colossus or battles with one's inner demons. Games that all claim to be Epic, yet harbor some resemblance to something I’ve already played. "
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LittleBigPlanet Reviews Around the Internet

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AVG
9.4

External Site
Rating
5/5
5/5

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