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LittleBigPlanet (PSP)

Platform : Sony PSP
4.5 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002GHBTEG
  • Item Weight: 23 g
  • Release Date: 20 Nov. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,103 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Well, that was my first question. I don't own a PS3, and so hadn't played LBP before, but was of course aware of the hype. So I bought it to find out.

LBP is a platform-style game, where you take "sackboy" and have to overcome a series of challenges and obstacles (mazes, lakes of fire to swing across, electric plates that kill you on contact, etc), to reach the end and finish the level. Along the way, you collect bubbles which accrues you points, and also contain goodies (like new items of clothing to change the appearance of sackboy, and stickers, to change the appearance of everything else. The levels are regionalised, so you start in Australia to complete several "Australian style" challenges, before progressing through South Asia, India, Africa, etc. It has a superb sound track, great in game sound effects, fantastic graphics, and of course the expert narration from Stephen Fry.

Is that it?

No, not by a long shot. The included levels are great fun and would form a good game by themselves, but after that, you can play levels created by others by going online. And if that still isn't enough, you can even design your own, using all the stickers and objects that you picked up along the way (and I assume with future DLC?).

So it is vast, vast, vast product and will keep you going for a long time.

If you played it on a PS3 and liked it, I am sure you will like this (portable) version. If you haven't, you owe it to yourself to give it a go!
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LittleBigPlanet on the PS3 was my game of the year. No questions. Some saw it as a simple platformer, nothing more. But anyone who took the time to really master the level design tools would have found a whole new genre of gaming. There's nothing quite like seeing one of your levels appear on the cool levels page and being played hundreds of times a day - a unique thrill in a market dominated by first-person-shooters. So when LittleBigPlanet was released on the PSP I jumped at the chance to flex my creative muscles once more, this time on the bus or train.

For anyone who's never played LBP before the basic premise is this: You play the role of Sackboy, a small stuffed creature who never talks and you can dress up like a woman. In fact, if the finale of this game is anything to go by I suspect Sony is setting their mascot up as something of a gay icon. Anyway, you travel through the world of LittleBigPlanet, a world of imagination and wonder if the opening sequence is to be believed. You collect points, jump on creatures heads and generally have a great time. The difference comes once you have completed the game and you can used all the objects that you saw in the game to create your own level. Anything is possible. If it's in your brain then you can make it. Brilliant!

Ok as this is PS3 to PSP port the developers have been forced to make a number of concessions from the original. Before I get to the game itself I'm going to deal with some of these changes and reflect on how they affect the overall experience.

1. Lack of multiplayer support - You will never see two sackpeople on screen at the same time, not even if you have two PSPs. It's a real shame and one of the highlights of the original game.
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I love this game, it's different, original, exciting, interesting and funny in many places.

The game begins with a short introduction to the world of Little Big Planet, how it came into existance, who your character is and what their purpose is. Narrated by the brilliant Stephen Fry from the very outset this game really appeals to creative people.

You can fully customise your 'sack person' as you unlock different clothing and items during the game, you can even choose what emotion they are feeling from the choice of; happy, sad, frightened and angry.

You can design and build your own levels as well as complete a story mode.

I'm sure as I continue to play the game I will unlock even more, I ordered another game at the same time but I haven't played on it yet because I can't stop playing Little Big Planet

Buy it now, you won't regret it

"Come in and make yourself at home"
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By Seta VINE VOICE on 28 Dec. 2009
I've been trying to wean my 12 year old son off violent shoot 'em up war games for a while, to no avail. Just before christmas he downloaded a demo version of the game and seemed to like it, so I bought him the full version. I was a bit worried that the game might be a tad childish for him, but he's hooked. He loves it. I haven't played but watching my son playing it, it looks really cute, there are loads of things to do, from playing levels to designing your own levels, vehicles etc. Addictive, non violet, a great game for all ages.
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This game is really cute. It is especially great for creative minds as you build your own platform levels and can share them online. For someone like me who likes platformers and is artistic, it's something I would play every now and then...
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Purchased for my son, at his request, this game has proven to be a huge hit. The game allows for play from very basic levels to extremely advanced variations with a lot of tools. It seems to be fairly open-ended as each option you earn (this is how my son described it in a rapid-fire summary) there are more actions to take and abilities to explore.

When a game like this keeps a 14 year old interested, then it's a good game. Challenging and entertaining, it really can't be much better than that.
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