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GF Rating
7.3

1126 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

Almost as good as PS3 version

posted by Honmeg287 (FAIRFAX, VA) May 16, 2010

Member since Feb 2010

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Given the PSP only has one analog stick and no l2 or r2 buttons they did an AWeSOME job for this game. i think this is the best game for the PSP that there is. The story mode is a new and funny set of creator curators. At first i didn't know where the my moon and info moon was, so here's how to find it. Actually, in the PSP version the comunnity levels are on a sepreate moon and my pod include the stuff that would be on infomoon. To unlock these, play the first level in story mode. for the my moon, play the last level ("Dream Time" make sure to get all the goodies in the level) and after wards you'll be able to crate stuff on my moon.

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Little big planet

posted by Pablodrew (BRIARCLIFF MANOR, NY) May 4, 2010

Member since May 2010

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

good game but you need time to play it not a very developed story line but worth getting.

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Very Time Consuming And Fun. It Will Last.

posted by Koopaking7 (LACEY, WA) May 2, 2010

Member since May 2010

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

LittleBigPlanet is one part floaty platformer, two parts charm, and several thousand parts game-and-level creation tool. By allowing users to create and share the levels they've built, and by providing an intuitive front-end that allows players to quickly find the coolest levels, LittleBigPlanet excels whether you fancy yourself a bedroom game designer or if you just want to play the coolest things that others have built.

So it almost goes without saying that you'll only get the most out of this game if your PlayStation 3 is online. That's not to say that the single-player components are terrible, but they're really just designed to get you thinking about the sorts of levels that you might like to make. You'll also unlock tons of parts and materials for building said levels as you burn through the game's official levels.

The actual gameplay in LittleBigPlanet is, for the most part, basic platforming. But the game turns the concept inside-out, and the core mechanics of the gameplay aren't as important as you might expect. The new core of the experience becomes digging around and finding the levels that people have been creating, or talking over level design ideas with friends. It's the shared experiences that come from LittleBigPlanet that make it so special. And these things can be so incredible that any issues with the way Sackboy jumps become mostly irrelevant.

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