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LittleBigPlanet Gameplay Demonstration

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It has been mentioned a few times that we are yet to really see what LittleBigPlanet is about.

Well at CES 2008 they have finally demonstrated a level being played properly and now with sack boy death as well… So I take it you develop levels and then try to complete them.

I think I am going to leave the developing to someone else though, this looks like to much fun.

This game is going to move a lot of PS3’s when it gets released. It really does look like great fun.

Check after the break for the second part of the video, the ability to slap your fellow players also adds a whole new element to the game.

Last Updated: January 9, 2008


  1. Nazcanlines

    January 9, 2008 at 11:08

    haven’t read much about the game truthfully but from this video it just looks like a good looking but standard platformer to me. Can anyone elaborate about what makes this different/special?


  2. Fred

    January 9, 2008 at 11:24

    The co-operative ,competitive , creative , online ablilities looks to seperate it form a normal platformer


  3. Causer

    January 9, 2008 at 11:31

    If I remember some time ago gamespot showed some vids of this. Its a standard platformaer but with the extra editor where you can create your own levels, you can also use your own pics and music from a flash disk etc.

    You can then share your level with others on the net and you can also get others. This just means there will always be levels etc to play.

    Nice thing is that anyone can create and help make levels and also offer prizes at the end etc.

    heres a link to gamespot about this level.


  4. Burns ZA

    January 9, 2008 at 11:54

    Hmm, I watched the clip sans sound and it came across as being a little boring.


  5. Jinja

    January 9, 2008 at 16:29

    This game is on the same level as Metal Gear Solid 4 for me.

    It is going to be amazing.

    I showed one of the first vids to my girlfriend (an anti-gamer), and my sister (an anti-gamer), and they both loved it.

    I think it has the same kind of appeal that the Wii does to non-gamers, giving the PS3 a “in” to get into more homes.


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