Excerpt: LittleBIGPlanet on the Playstation 3 is a game I purchased many months ago. I have finally gotten around to playing, and reviewing it. I can see why the majority of the industry has embraced this game. The level of creativity and interactivity is extremely high in LittleBIGPlanet.
Summary: This compelling, imaginative adventure is the best LittleBigPlanet yet and breaks new ground in a hybrid space of touch-and-button-based gaming that is only possible on PlayStation Vita.
Pros: Exceptional platforming and level design, augmented by clever new mechanics, An empowering suite of creation tools that take full advantage of PS Vita's unique features, Bridges the gap between console-quality gaming and mobile accessibility
Cons: The rare inconsistency with touch response, No support for user-made levels from previous installments
Excerpt: 2D Platformers have all but been discarded in favour of much more open and less restrictive 3D platformers, but once beloved franchises like Sonic have often been frowned upon after finding that extra dimension, in LittleBigPlanet however, 2D Platforming at its purest and most fiendish, is alive and...
Conclusion: This game belongs in every single PS3 owner's collection. It's that good. It's also, again, worth buying a PS3 for, but the bottom line is few games will ever be this creative, charming and flat-out wonderful. Yes, ever.
PS3 Review - 'LittleBigPlanet: Game of the Year Edition'
2 October 2009
Summary: LittleBigPlanet: Game of the Year edition features 18 never-before-seen fan-created levels. It also includes seven free downloadable content packs to expand SackBoy's wardrobe, deliver new gameplay, and offer a larger variety of "Create" materials.
Conclusion: Concept: Redefine the 2D platformer, then give players the tools to do the same
Graphics: A deliberate and gorgeous mixture of realistic and cartoonish design
Sound: Whether you're swinging in the trees or deep in a fiery cave, the music selection matches the situation perfectly