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- Release Date (US):
- October 27th, 2008
- Release Date (UK):
- November 5th, 2008
- Online Players:
- Media Molecule
- E [Everyone]
- PSU Rank:
- 10 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 9 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Only on PS3
From the makers of Rag Doll Kung Fu comes LittleBigPlanet, a game developed by Media Molecule. First announced at GDC 2007, LittleBigPlanet is a platform game which takes accurate platforming environmental physics to a new level. The game features little rag doll people whom the player can take control of and customize how they wish. The players can interact, create and modify levels and environments in real time through the use of the characters they operate. The game takes full use of Sixaxis to control Sackboy, where you can control the characters limbs via the analogue sticks. A cross media bar menu can be brought up which allows players to add objects to the environment, such as trees, cogs and graffiti tags.
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LittleBigPlanet is innovation at its finest. It’s beautiful, hilarious, completely unique, and incredibly fun. You can’t afford to miss it.
- Brilliant audiovisual presentation, streamlined interface, and hilarious attitude
- Infinite replayability due to incredible content creation system
- Strong gameplay intertwined with excellent multiplayer experience
- “2.5D” mechanic can prove a bit tricky
Approachable. Brilliant. Classic. Dynamic. Exciting. Fun. Gorgeous. Hilarious. Innovative. Jammin’. Kooky. Lovable. Magical. Numinous. Open. Playful. Quirky. Robust. Splendid. Transcendent. Universal. Vibrant. Wacky. Xenial. Youthful. Zany. LittleBigPlanet. These qualities pervade this big title from the little Media Molecule, a previously unproven team of 30 or so individuals. I’d venture that they’ll...
Sony is re-releasing LittleBigPlanet’s Valentine’s Day level-kit this week. The DLC will set you back £2.39, and is compatible with LittleBigPlanet, LittleBigPlanet 2, LittleBigPlanet PS Vita and LittleBigPlanet Karting. Those of you who are interesting in playing Cupid this ...
Media Molecule has announced that do-it-yourself platform franchise LittleBigPlanet has accumulated over seven million user-generated levels since its inception in 2008. The figure includes content crafted for the original game, LittleBigPlanet 2 and LittleBigPlanet on PlayStation Portable. The s...
Starting July 7, you will be able to deck your Sackboys and Sackgirls up in your favorite Marvel super hero and villain costumes. Marvel will release information and art about the first costumes on its official site June 28. New content will be available every other week on the PlayStation Networ...
If you live in Europe and need some motivation to subscribe to PlayStation Plus, look no further than the little bonus that comes with a one year subscription. Sony has revealed that if you sign up between June 29 and Aug. 3 for a one year subscription, you will receive a free downloadable copy of L...
The folks from the Guinness World Records have recognized three PlayStation milestones. Guinness World Records publishes all sorts of books recognizing some interesting, and often odd accomplishments. But, they also recognize videogames. At E3, Guinness recognized LittleBigPlanet for the Most Us...
Sony Computer Entertainment announced this morning that it has acquired developer Media Molecule. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, though Sony Europe's Senior VP of Worldwide Studios Micheal Denny wrote that the Media Molecule team is now a "wholly owned part of Sony Computer Entertain...
If you are a fan of Media Molecule’s LittleBigPlanet, then you likely have a soft spot for the killer music that fills the Planet’s many, many levels. Today, MM is releasing an original music pack for LBP containing interactive music to personalize your levels. This is a completely ne...
Footage from Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press conference has slowly been trickling on to the Internet over the past couple of days, the latest batch of which comes in the form of five-minute plus video of folk utilizing the PS3 motion-controller with LittleBigPlanet. Check out the video below. ...
Media Molecule has admitted the company had its concerns as to whether or not Hideo Kojima would approve of LittleBigPlanet’s lovable MGS-inspired SackBoy caricatures and assorted content. “We were slightly worried that our first attempts weren’t going to go down too well,&rdquo...
It’s time to test the waters. Media Molecule has posted beta trial signups to test the newly announced water feature. There is a form to fill out at Media Molecule’s website. You’ll need a PSN account (make sure it is set up to accept emails from Sony Computer Entertainment), be...
With over 80 games currently in development for Sony’s next generation portable, PlayStation Vita, we should be spoiled for choice when the handheld launches at the end of the year. Based on gameplay trailers and first impressions from the deluge of information at E3 we’ve compiled our ...
The weather has been lousy lately. It seems the ski season is on a temporary hiatus thanks to several days of rain and milder-than-average temperatures. Even the birds are confused, perched on telephone wires, chirping insensately at all hours of the day. This weather makes us feel a bit two-sided. ...
FIFA 09. Dead Space. BioShock. Saints Row 2. SOCOM: Confrontation. Far Cry 2. Fallout 3. While each of these titles represents arguably some of biggest gaming experiences you’ll find this year, none of them could quite match the juggernaut that is Media Molecule’s universally acclaimed p...
We're finally up to our tenth Theme of the Week here at PSU.com and we feel this milestone number should be graced by one of the most anticipated titles for the PlayStation this year, LittleBigPlanet. As most of you are aware, LittleBigPlanet is shaping up to be on of the biggest exclusives for the ...
UPDATE: Congratulations to Marcus Dan, the winner of our LittleBigPlanet Creation contest. You’ll soon receive an e-mail with detailed instructions regarding your prize package. We mustn’t forget our runner up, Mayowa Ojo; the same goes for you. We received solid entries all around, but ...