Review: Little Big Planet

Review: Little Big Planet
5.0/5 Review Score:

Imagine you have the power of creation, to shape a whole planet by the power of your imagination, then put some life on it and play with friends from all over the world… that sure would be awesome, right? Actually this game was already made, and it’s called Little Big Planet! By the time you are reading this article you may have already noticed Sony launched Little Big Planet, Little Big Planet 2 and the newest Little Big Planet Karting – which is about to be launched, too. So if you were distracted enough to let this game goes unnoticed, be sure to read my review so you get to know exactly what to expect!

The strongest feature you will ever notice is the main character. The sackboy is cute, extremely customizable and animated. You are able to lift his arms, swing his waist and change his face animations simply by holding L2 or R2 buttons and moving the controller. Right at the very beginning you will be introduced to the game, all very colorful and fun, like a color book of some sort. There are talking animals, living objects and flying things all over the place. Little Big Planet is about gaming together, a platform adventure where you collect stuff with every level you complete. You get new costumes, new stickers, objects, music and structures so you can create your own level! The game has so many possibilities that going through story is just the 1st step of the greatest adventure in the game.

As you could see by the images taken directly from the Little Big Planet official site, the graphics were made of a realistic impression of materials such as steel, cotton, fiber and electrical devices such as lamps or machinery. It’s like playing with toys in an actual game, and it sure is so funny! The gameplay fun multiplies as you join more sackboys all over the world. I’ve made a lot of friends by searching for them in the game, and worked out really cool. There’s a sandbox feature which allows you to create your own world with the objects and stickers you’ve found through the story mode, then you upload it to the game community. You will be amazed when you see what people can actually do with their cameras, creating custom photographs and using them in game. Such a cool feature! There is also a “hearting” option in the game so you will be evaluated as you make your cool looking levels and upload them in the community.

Sony just created an awesome franchise and there’s no stopping it. With tons of DLC’s for you to play as Jack Sparrow or other great movie characters, interaction with Little Big Planet 2 and an incredible replay factor, this game hardly have any problems or errors, and it just went to my list of must-have and rated 5 out of 5!

Review: Little Big Planet, 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating
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