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Wow is this game F**ing Awesome...... 0

I would just like to say the users on this site that gave this game bad reviews dont know what a amazing game is soooo dont listen to their dumb ass comments. Littlebigplanet is a create it yourself platformer, and it is made by now one of my favorite develepers Media Molecule. First of all i was dying for this game for a while, and when i got it on day one it was probably the best day i have ever spent playing on a videogame. The story mode that media molecule made was a lot better than i expec...

7 out of 9 found this review helpful.

This game is so much more than just a platformer 0

Play. Create. Share. That is Sony's and Media Molecule's moto with this game. And, for the most part, all 3 of these parts of the game succeed in what they try to do. Play. So, while the game is based mostly on customization of the LBP community there is still about 50+ levels made by the Media Molecule crew. There are 5-6 "sections" that have 3 or 4 levels a piece. You'll go into a city, a desert, a frozen wilderness, and some other things. The levels all have a wide variety. Basically t...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Little Big Awesome! 0

Where to begin? First of all I was not part of the LBP Beta so I really had only videos shape my idea of the game until I at last bought it the Saturday before its official Tuesday release. I have played through basically all of the single player campaign (just missing to get all the goodies) and have mucked around in the online portion now that the servers are on. Let me tell you that this game is phenomenal. I also tried the creator mode and got some stuff (nothing special yet) done. I think I...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet Review 0

The Playstation 3 has had a few platform exclusive games for the fanboys to argue about when defending their favorite systems this generation against the 360.  Is this shooter better than that shooter?  This system has better role-playing games, that one has better downloadable materials.  This system has to download games longer for lesser load times, that one has really ugly avatars you are forced to make.  This system costs a HELL of a lot less than THAT one right now.In a PS3 vs 360 world, w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Good, But Frustrating at Times 0

I like the idea behind this game and I love the community-created levels, but I hate how slippery the controls are. The sackboys and girls have "realistic" physics in a 2D platformer which is the biggest mistake the game developers made. If LBP had the tight and accurate controls of games like Mega Man, it would've been much more enjoyable for me. Also when there's more than 1 player on the screen and they are far away from each other, the screen zooms out and its really hard to see what you're ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Check out gamefury.net for more reviews. 0

When Littlebiplanet was announced, some people thought Baah, Children's game or maybe it's another one of those Nintendo Wii Rip offs. Littlebigplanet was thought to be a extremley pointless and shallow game, no one would have the guts to mention Littlebigplanet to Xbox Fanboys and expect to come out of the Forum alive. Let's face it Littlebigplanet was a laughingstock underpinning its announcement. Well rest assured Littlebigplanet even hearts the maturity side of gamers and is more of a unique...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Binge Gamer Re-Review: LittleBigPlanet 0

By Perry Piekarski • March 1, 2009 [Edit] I remember first hearing about LittleBigPlanet. Initially I didn’t think much of it, but as I saw more and more of the game, I admittedly got a bit giddy: “Man, that’s a freakin’ sweet physics engine!” “Ooo! Wait a sec, so I get to MAKE MY OWN GAME?!?!” “Oh, man! An original, next-gen, 2.5D platformer? It’s about damn time!” And so on. I was enticed by the title and—for some strange reason—Sackboy’s eerie, Tim Burton-esque cuteness. I...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A nation is only as strong as its people. 0

LittleBig Planet: The forerunner of the “Game 2.0” movement, a 2D sidescroller that allows the common man the power to create their own levels. Story : The supposed storyline existence behind the world of LittleBig Planet is that all stray bits of imagination from human minds floats up and condenses in space as part of this giant planet. I know this to be a lie, judging by the lack of breasts in LittleBig Planet. Calling the “Story” mode of LittleBig Planet a “Story” mode is the second lie this...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

What Do You Mean My Sack Looks Like A Girl? 0

I know it's been a long time coming but you know I do have a life outside of this blog, which surprisingly takes up a teeny bit of my time. Anyway the game isLittle Big Planet, if you've never heard of it, chances are you were looking for some kind of astronomy article and not, as it were, a game review. Alas if you have read this far your probably in the right place.LBPis the second venture from the guys at Media Molecule, whom you may know from their previous titleRagdoll Kung Fu. A little kno...

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.

LBP is a great art project accompanied by a decent game. 0

Littlebigplanet is many things; a video game, an interactive art project, an outlet through which creativity can flourish. But the fact remains that first and foremost, LBP is a platformer video game, and while the artistic and creative aspects of the game outpace all competition, the gameplay that holds these aspects together does not. That's not to suggest that LBP is unplayable; far from it, the simple controls and solid framerate should make for a very playable game. However, something about...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Planet of Innovation 0

As corny as the title is, all truth behind it. A brief look back at the past, will show how important I feel this game is to the industry and it's future. When I was a youngling, roughly around the age of 7, games like Spyro and Crash Bandicoot pretty much owned my childhood and became my icons. For my friends? It was Mario, and even - dare I say? Pikachu. The gamer generation before had Mario, Sonic, Donkey Kong, etc. Their have always been video games that connected with children, and kept the...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigPlanet, Does it meet expectations 0

LittleBigPlanet is an amazing game which offers great onlne and single player action. LittleBigPlanet although Tedious after a while is a great game with new levels being put online every day. If you do not have online and no brothers or sisters to play with you WILL get tired really quickly. This game is supposed to be one of the best games out this year. Which it is! But there is room for improvement or instance more competitve modes. But nevertheless it is a great game that does meet expectat...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LBP Review 0

Little big planet is a fun and great game to own if your creative and like to play and share things online with your friends.This game is fun to play and has a ton of features and unlockibles.. to keep you coming back for more.. and has lots of DLC.. such as things your sackboy can wear... The online is a great part of the game, you can creat your own levels and share them with the WHOLE WORLDGraphics: 8.5 its full of colorfull levels. you should know if youve seen it Sound: 9.0 great sound Game...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Must Have for PS3 0

After completing the single player and trying some level creation, I have to say this game is great. The amount of creativity afforded is astounding as each level is more ingenious than the next. I absolutely love how everything has a hand-made look, a very distinctive departure from virtually every platformer ever made. LBP reminds me in many ways of Super Mario Galaxy because they both surprise you with their scale and the amount of variety they can pack into a level. Overall both games are ve...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet 0

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0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

little big planet review 0

Little Big Planet is a 5/5 advnture that you shouldnt miss if you own the playstation 3. This is  one of the best exclusives beside the halo 3 ive ever played. This game has alot of stuff to colect in the levels and if you have the playstation eye you can take a picture and add a comment to it. There ar alot of missions int the campaign about 5 or more per level and maby 3 or more side  missions per level. There are 8 or 9 levels but the missions are short so the game isnt long. The extras are w...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Innovative, nearly limitless replay value, and just plain fun. 0

For years now, gamers have wanted to make their own games. We've written down our ideas on paper, shared them with our friends, and more recently, written blogs about them for others to comment on. Now that LittleBigPlanet is here, we can finally put some of our imagination to use, and show our creative prowess to the world.The gameplay in LittleBigPlanet is simple, all you need to know to get through a level is how to run, jump, and grab. The actual platforming, however, can be rather imprecise...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Creative genius 0

Little Big Planet is both revolutionary and old fashioned in equal measure. Essentially it is a 2D platform game construction set. But such a description doesn’t do the game justice when you consider the sheer scope available to players and creators alike. With thousands of user created levels already in existence and the impossibly cute Sackboy, Little Big Planet should have something for everyone. Unfortunately, it is not a flawless experience: the floaty jumping never feels right and restrict...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Littlebigplanet exceeds all expectations 0

I bought litlebigplanet about a year, to see what is was like.  At first I didn't get my hopes too high, it looked like an average platformer with some kiddy elements.  the game was like the Jesus Christ of games (God being OOT) with amazing controls, great graphics, fun and challenging levels, plus user friendly tools.   that's another thing I want to talk about, the level creator mode.  At first, I was never very creative about the making of levels, but now I've got very good levels on the wa...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

More than Lives Up to Its Name 0

 Little Big Planet is a sidescrolling platformer, much like the original Super Mario brothers with an added physics engine. But instead of a pair of Italian plumbers, Little Big Planet stars an adorable little mascot with the unfortunate name Sackboy. He is a tiny doll sewn together from burlap, with shiny black buttons for eyes and a wide, expressive mouth.Little Big Planet would almost certainly have crashed on takeoff without Sackboy's irresistible cuteness. Besides running around and jumping...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Game for Everyone? 0

Do you like map packs? How about free ones? Released every day? If you do you might just love Little Big Planet, Sony's first foray into the world of Game 3.0 and a truly revolutionary step in game design. In one fell swoop Media Molecule has revolutionised the platforming genre, and its traditional competitors will have a hard time keeping up.For those who've somehow missed the insane amount of buzz revolving around LBP, this is a side scrolling platformer with a strong emphasis on user created...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sony's field of bad dreams. 0

Little Big Planet is not the kind of game that a major publisher or console-maker whose name doesn’t begin with an N usually pushes to the holiday forefront. On the Microsoft side of the aisle, there are massive, multi-million copy-selling games like Gear of War 2 and Fable 2; both completely exclusive and both at least reasonably good. Sony, on the other hand, used up its biggest named exclusive much earlier this year and has only Resistance 2 and Motorstorm 2 to pick up the slack along with Li...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A voyage into the unknown, but a fantastic journey nonetheless 0

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0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Excellent ideas, average execution. 0

When you think of 2D platformers, chances are you won't think of an endearing, family friendly PS3 game starring puppets without strings and Stephen Fry. After playing Littlebigplanet you certainly will -- like it or not, Littlebigplanet has forever changed the face of 2D platforming. Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing is debatable -- Littlebigplanet outclasses most (if not all) 2D platformers in terms of presentation and innovation. Once the initial sense of ingenuity wears thin, howeve...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet is PS3's Best Title To Date. 0

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0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A game that made me smile for a long time 0

In littlebigplanet people have imaginations and all those imaginations go to a planet and you go off and do all these crazy missions. Let's start with the good things of littlebigplanet.LBG looks great. All the levels in the game have it's unique look. Every level you play looks different than the level you played before. There are 8 chapters that have 3 level each but the last chapter has 4. Usually in each level you find keys that unlock challenges. We are talking about 25 levels and about 15-...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Play. Create. Share. Awesome. 0

LittleBigPlanet from MediaMolecule is an innovative 2D platformer that will blow your mind; this game isn’t just a platformer though. MM introduced Play. Create. Share to Sony. With this, LBP’s core-idea was born. This game really sprouted a beautiful community, and stays true to its motto. You start this game by PLAYing, obviously. Starting out doing the set-piece story missions is enjoyable, but that is just the beginning, and doesn’t really show the full potential of the game. From h...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigPlanet 0

LittleBigPlanet isn't quite the savior of the Playstation 3 that some hoped it would be, but it's still a fun and completely charming game that will theoretically never run out of new content. You know the game is going for a different audience than the Gears of War crowd when you first start it up and are greeted and told how to play with pleasant, humorous narration from Stephen Fry, who happily teaches you throughout the game. The graphics are very good technically as well as design-wise, and...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Little big planet is fresh 0

LBP is a innovative game that is community driven. It has a short story mode taking between 4 to 6 hours to complete, but the levels get more brilliant and beautiful as you move forward. You learn the skills to play and play the way you want to play. You can customize and create your own little part of LBP.  A great game to play with friends and family alike in story mode or online. Everything in the game is physics based. You travel through LBP as a cute little rag doll known as a sackboy, as y...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Little Big Planet Review 0

For the longest time, PS3 owners have been developing an inferiority complex. Having bought the most expensive, highest powered and arguably the best value current-gen console on the market, they have been faced with the simple fact that the amount of games that it can play exclusively is pitiful and the cross platform titles are almost always inferior to the 360 versions. Having lost GTA4’s exclusivity and the fact that MGS4’s launch seems like a distant memory, PS3 gamers have been looking des...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigPlanet Review 0

I've been trying to hold off on this review for a while now because every time I played I felt like I was getting opened up to new stuff. This is a game that starts off as a platformer where you will take yourself through a story mode and unlock goodies that you can then customize your starting spot with and your character. Your character is affectionately called a sackboy, but once you start getting items that you unlock by going through levels you'll see that you can definitely reinvent  it.Th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Must buy. 0

If you have a PS3 you must buy LittleBigPlanet. There are no words to describe how much fun it is to Play, Create, and Share.  The only con for me was that you couldnt share costumes with other people so that they could have them. Otherwise: one of the best games on the system....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LBP 0

They say some games are unlimited possibility's which they are really not and end somewhere but this game LBP is unlimited, and will never end. People will be making new levels, which will be nonstop fun. All the cool costumes you wear which are really neat. The game play which is basic, becomes unreal in all the things you can do by just run&jump. When I first played it i was over whelmed in what you can do. I like it because it's online, it's ment for online play. The story mode is just to...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Little Big better than nintendo planet! 0

The Good – Fun, ol skool style, side scrolling platformer.  Oozes with so much charm that you’d think Nintendo was behind it. Huge variety in levels within the single player game, covering many themes and objectives. High level of quality in the graphics department, from the cuteness of your character(to which you can have him or her in many styles ) , to the wild and quirky feel of the levels. Co-op gameplay, when’s that ever bad? Huge online component in that you can create your own levels, or...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One of the best local multiplayer experiences 0

Yes, level creation is fun. Yes, the high customisability is great and part of the game's fantastic charm.But what stands out most to me is just how damn fun this game is to play as both a pick-up-and-play party game and a massive timesink. I've played it with friends, family, as a couple, with little kids and everyone is consistently taken by the charm of the game. The levels that ship with the game are thoughtfully designed and I enjoyed the huge secrets hidden in areas.Now, onto the second ga...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigAWESOME 0

From day one LBP was a highly ambitious project. A game and video game designing tool rolled into one cute package. Things could have easily fallen flat, it could have been a good 2D platforming game with a few tacked on tools, simple level design, no real depth. Or, the whole thing could have proved over ambitious, and become vaporware. Luckily for us, MediaMolecule proved up to the task, and then some. LBP is split into three areas: PLAY - CREATE - SHARE so I thought I'd split the review into...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Score Whore Ultimate Review: LittleBigPlanet 0

What makes a great game review?  Is it thoughtful analysis of the themes and meaning behind the game?  Is it a detailed list of flaws and successes in mechanics and presentation? Of course not!  It's the freaking SCORE! So here it is, The Score Whore Ultimate Review of LittleBigPlanet for PS3. Graphics: 9/11 Sound: 10/11 Gameplay: 8/11 Fun: 8/11 Overall: 8/11MGS Pack: 11/11 * Scoring is on a scale of 0 to 11, because some games are Eternity's Child and some games are Super Mario World....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Innovation is a big risk to take and Little Big Planet succeeds 0

With the PS3 looking for its first “console seller”, here comes Little Big Planet, the first game out of the developer Media Molecule and well, it might just be the game the PS3 has been looking for. There is no real story to Little Big Planet.  The basic premise is that the dreams that the people on Earth have come to a place called Little Big Planet.  This is just a basic story to let players really get into the game, but it really doesn’t matter.  It’s just an excuse for little Sackboys to go...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigPlanet is a must own for all PS3 owners! 0

Wow. My first review really is on a very positive note. Ok. Lets get the important things done first. LittleBigPlanet is the best game on the PS3 at the moment. Graphically, it's amazing, with colourful cartoon graphics, awesome lighting, shadows and the most important - a great, smooth consistent frame-rate, making gameplay a blast. Basically the aim of the main story in the game is to play through about 40 levels made by Media Molecule, the games developer. These levels really show off the tit...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

LittleBigPlanet 0

The Pod. I'll admit I didn't see what the big deal was with LittleBigPlanet when it came out, I saw reviewer after reviewer giving it 5/5 or 10/10 and still wasn't sold. That might have to do with the fact that I didn't own a PS3 at the time and was kind of jealous. It wasn't until I got onto Giantbomb and saw the LittleBigPlanet Quick Look that the game really hit with me. I have spent a good amount of time with the game since I have gotten and it haven't taken it out of my PS3 in ab...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

This game makes Mario and Luigi cry to their daddy's 0

This game is one of the greatest games I have ever played. It's innovative, creative, and it takes your imagination into a video game. Gameplay: Very simple platformer with a slight twist of how to beat your levels. Graphics: Extremely cute sackpeople running around dressed like no tomorrow. Tools: You can create your own maps, characters and so much people. Multiplayer: Addictive and so much fun. SUCKS YOU IN O_O This game will keep you going for a very long time, even though I just rece...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

LPB is the game that continues to give! 0

Playing through the single player story is absolutely fantastic, and you can play through it with friends at any time, if you want to change it up, everything is multiplayer as well, it's great! The levels in the game get continually more and more complex, all while the game play is incredibly simple, and fun. The game includes a Level Creator, you can publish your created levels up into a online lobby with-in the game, and make in very easy to search for other users levels and play them, either...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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