Pros: well..the game is good ..the levels are interesting..tuff puzzels ...cool places to visit ..and our sackboy ..u will just love it .you can also make ur own levels ..and download levels also ..so its awusum..!
Cons: well..the graphics are above average and ..its short and easy to finish .
Pros: Rented this game from Blockbuster and enjoyed it. I was looking for a used game because I could not afford the $39, but most used game places still wanted around $32-35 dollars. Then behold Newegg has a new game for sale for $26 and free shipping....a no-brainer there.
Summary: Purchased for my son, at his request, this game has proven to be a huge hit. The game allows for play from very basic levels to extremely advanced variations with a lot of tools. It seems to be fairly open-ended as each option you earn (this is how my son described it in a rapid-fire summary) there are more actions to take and abilities to explore. When a game like this keeps a 14 year old interested, then it's a good game.
Summary: It won't turn you into a fan if you weren't one already. You don't need to play the PS3 games to "get it" as there's nothing here to get (story is about as thin as those in the Mario games--but no one plays these type of games for the story, so I should probably end this run-on sentence soon... done.) Actually, I found my self tempted to skip through the cut scenes after the first two worlds; haven't yet.
You are the hero in Little Big Planet because you are you!
4 November 2011
Excerpt: "The version I am reviewing is for the PSP. ==INFO== Little Big Planet PSP is a single player game needing a minimum of 12mb memory. It is from age 7 & up. This copy was brought for me for £14.99. ==THE GAMES OBJECTIVE== You play Sackboy, a stitched character (that looks a bit like Zippy from Rainbow) in discovering new lands (Australia, India, Switzerland, USA) and collecting objects so as to make your own game later on. ==PLAYING THE GAME== The ...