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Did Littlebigplanet Need A Sequel? 4

  From the moment it was announced, Sony's DIY-platformer Littlebigplanet was a shining beacon of hope for the games industry. In a market all too devoid of new and interesting ideas, LBP was one of the rare games that looked to the past for innovation. Positioning a 2D- platformer as one of its major games of 2008 was a bold move for the electronics giant, but as more and more media was released for the g...

17 out of 17 found this review helpful.

The Art of Sacks-Appeal 2

      This game makes me want to be British.  Unapologetically, I lay down arms and embrace Stephen Fry's sweet, sweet smooth as water voice.  This, is fortunately a good thing, because just like the first game, you'll be hearing A LOT of the guy, especially if you choose to wade your way through Create mode (more on that later).     In Soviet Russia, 3-D watches you!       It seems most people I've talked to about LittleBigPlanet 2 always raise the same question: "Is the game enough to warr...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet 2 Review 0

Platform: Playstation 3 Developer: Media Molecule Publisher: SCEA  Release Date: January 18, 2011   Gather your ball of yarn and silly putty because it is time to get crazy in the world of Little Big Planet 2.  My relationship with Sackboy since the original Little Big Planet is one of love and hate. I loved the world, design, and content creation but I hated the platforming, controls, and gameplay.  With Little Big Planet 2 I cannot help but have that exact same feeling this time around except...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Another Splendid Adventure 0

Developers: Media Molecule Publishers: SONY   It just wouldn't be LittleBigPlanet without Stephen Fry would it? No, it wouldn't, and he's back to present to you the marvellous LittleBigPlanet 2 (and it's everything you wanted it to be.) When the sequel was first announced, I was a little worried, I wondered how the guys and gals over at Mm could improve the game and I thought it was just going to be a repeat of LBP1. Turn's out, I needn't have worried at all. Now I think about it, of course I sh...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.


MEDIA MOLECULE CREATE A MASTERPIECE OF CHARMING CREATIVITY.Creation in the hands of talented, skilled game developers can be a beautiful thing, as they weave their magic to create wonders of both sight and sound, developing intense atmospheric third person shooters or high impact racing games, the only limit to their creative imaginings are time, money and technology. Yet if LittleBigPlanet 2 as taught me anything, it's that gamers are as creative when provided with the right set of tools. Creat...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

One of the most creative and imaginative games ever 0

Pros:-Endless amount of content and replay value-Co-op is great-Great level and item creation tools let you create anything you can imagine-Lot's of customization-Fun and solid gameplay-Good story mode-Excellent community featuresCons:-Some levels can take a little long to load-Creation Tutorial can be confusing-Can be a little laggy during co-opLittle Big Planet 2 is by far one of the most unique and creative games ever made, it offers endless hours of gameplay, fun co-op, crazy amounts of cust...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet 2 Review 0

        Little Big Planet 2 is the very definition of what a sequel should be, maintaining the feel and spirit of the first game while improving the game play and adding new mechanics. If you are looking for a game that will give you endless hours of enjoyment thanks to its incredibly well made level creator. If you have played the first Little Big Planet then you more or less know how the game plays. For those that haven’t played it the basic game play is a platformer of a similar ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Even fun for a frump Krampus. 0

Little Big Planet had all the right things.  It was a game a quality and quantity with the best part being that it allowed its users to provide both with the tools it set up for them.  The sequel is just that turn up to 11.  A magnificent game that is fun for everyone and endlessly enjoyable.  Even a big grump like Krampus loves to spend time designing my own Earth and Moon as well as a level or two here and there.  If this game can win over a big frump like myself then it deserves excellent rev...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Woven Wonder 0

With the original LittleBigPlanet, developer Media Molecule sought to create a platform for user-generated content, putting the same tools they used to craft levels into the hands of their users. Over two million levels later, the community of LittleBigPlanet continues to grow and amaze. For LittleBigPlanet 2, the creators haven’t torn it all down and started over. Instead, they’ve made calculated, thoughtful improvements and additions to the online integration, creation tools, underlying game m...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

DIY game making and the Little Big Planet community 0

I picked this title up and immediately noticed the same unresponsive physics, but this is minor compared to how much fun Little big planet can be. This is a deeply immersive game, and essential for someone technically inexperienced who is itching to design and play their own game. It can be a challenge to find the best player-designed levels but creative text searches are a great way to discover those hidden gems (good designers usually provide tags for other interesting levels too). LBP2's comm...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Mind-Blowing Creation 0

 From the very beginning Littlebigplanet 2 sets itself on a whole other plain then its predecessor. Offering a stunning atheistic, impeccable sound design and innovative, easy to operate creation tools that allow for an almost limitless stream of creative and slightly copyright infringing user generated content. Littlebigplanet 2's single player, for the most part, remains largely unchanged. Sackboy still struts around a level with he same floaty run and jump physics seen from the first game....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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