Excerpt: In 2008, an evolution in gaming occurred, a game that knocked down some barriers and a game that brought back the feelings of being like a child again. That game was LittleBigPlanet, a platformer that allowed you to build and create as well as play.
Excerpt: After the big success of Little Big Planet 1, Sony and Media Molecule bring us the second installment of this acclaimed series that a lot of people were waiting for. You play again as Sackboy, and this time your objective is simple, save the world from the hands (mouth in this case) of the...
Excerpt: It is always something special when we review a game that has earned front cover rights. After all there are only twelve games every year that can earn front cover rights. LittleBigPlanet 2 was on the front cover of Family Friendly Gaming #38.
Excerpt: LittleBigPlanet arrived two years ago with a giant bang of which we still feel the aftershock in the world of games. We welcomed this oasis of originality and creativity with open arms and also fell in love with the charismatic Sackboy.
Summary: LittleBigPlanet 2 gives players the ability to make better levels and completely new games. It also has a loads of new features, including revamped graphics, a fresh storyline, added accessories and equipment for Sackboy, and much, much more.
Conclusion: LittleBigPlanet 2: Special Edition is the best way for newcomers to join the revolution. You'll get millions of new levels at your thumbtips, and all the tools you'll need to start building your own masterpieces.
Excerpt: One of the Playstation 3’s best games just got even better, as we now have a Special Edition of LittleBigPlanet 2. This new version adds in over $35 worth of bonus content, as well as compatibility with Sony’s Move.
Conclusion: LittleBigPlanet 2: Special Edition does a great job integrating the Playstation Move into the original game, and in the Rise of the Cakeling levels. It is fluid, nearly flawless and doesn't feel forced.