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Create Your Own World On The Go

Posted by TurtleGirl On July - 30 - 2009

The world of Little Big Planet has endless possibilities on the Playstation 3, but imagine the fun you’re have when it’s available on the PSP this Autumn/Winter when it will be released for the handheld There has been no confirmed official date as of yet, but I’m figuring Christmas time to be honest. This 3D craft material world brings fun and enjoyment to all ages. On the portable, Little Big Planet will have 30 new levels through 7 new themes locations for you to explore and play. Find a huge selection of materials, tools and stickers for you to create your own levels. Players will be able to publish their creations online to share with others via the Playstation Network (PSN).



 
Start by customizing Sack boy, the ever so lovable and endearing character from Little Big Planet. Players can begin to learn about Sack boy’s powers to interact with the surrounding environment. Players can make their way across levels, avoiding obstacles, solving puzzles and collecting them precious items to make their very own creations.

 
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Players can use the simple ‘popit’ menu system as before to access all of Sack boy’s materials, tools and stickers to have fun creating their own levels. I reckon this will be such a success as it offers players the opportunity to play on the go. Think of the possibilities, think of the costumes. I love Little Big planet and think it will be brilliant on the PSP. Judging by the graphics, they’ve kept the sprites to a good size without losing out on the detail. Will you be playing Little Big Planet on the PSP this year?.

 
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2 Responses so far
  1. Kelvin Said,

    I NEED A PSP JUST FOR THIS :D

    Posted on July 30th, 2009 at 2:52 pm

  2. TurtleGirl Said,

    I’m really looking forward to it. It’s so good on the Playstation 3. I wonder if it will be good on the PSP?. Graphics look brilliant, but will gameplay be up to scratch?. Let’s hope so :)

    Posted on July 30th, 2009 at 3:02 pm

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