Excerpt: LittleBigPlanet Vita is a lovely game. It's the kind of game that you'd be happy to show your mum, safe in the knowledge that everything - even the death - is safe for delicate eyes. That's fine. I'm happy that there are still some games that aren't full-on in their depiction of violence.
Excerpt: The LittleBigPlanet series has rapidly grown to be one of Sony Computer Entertainment’s most important franchises so it makes sense that plenty of love and care would be poured into a new LBP title for PS Vita.
Summary: very little has been released since to draw in gamers to the new platform. Thanks to the efforts of Tarsier Studios, Double Eleven, and XDev, Media Molecule’s baby has finally seen its full potential and delivered the one title that should give people a reason to pick up a Vita: LittleBigPlanet (PS...
Excerpt: I’m a bit weary when it comes to sequels, especially in the case of startlingly original games because the novelty tends to wear off more and more with each release. I thought this would be the case when it came to LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita; the franchise’s fourth iteration.
Conclusion: As a flagship title for the PS Vita this latest LittleBigPlanet works beautifully, and with its hugely enjoyable story campaign, creative tools and community features there is huge incentive to keep playing.
Excerpt: Let's face it; the PlayStation Vita is desperate for a great new franchise or at least a big release that can breathe life back into the slowly dying system, but if there was ever a series that could produce this killer title for Sony, it would have to be Sackboy and LittleBigPlanet .
Excerpt: LittleBigPlanet on Vita feels like the touchy, grabby offspring of its PlayStation 3 parents. Carefully following MediaMolecule's blueprint for the franchise, the developers at Double11 and Tarsier Studios have tweaked the game to take advantage of the handheld's motion-sensing abilities while...