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- 18th Jan 2011
- 19th Jan 2011
- 10th Feb 2011
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Move your Sackthing!
Sackboys and Sackgirls, lend us your ears! Craft World is in trouble! The Negativatron (basically an evil vacuum cleaner) is sucking up all the fun and dreams out of Craft World! It’s up to you to take control of your little Sackperson and save the planet from the Negativatron with help from your allies "The...
What you get for your money
The long awaited sequel to the hugely popular LittleBigPlanet has finally been released, but the release of LittleBigPlanet 2 has sparked some confusion with its spiffy blue “Move Support” label. Currently, the only Move support LittleBigPlanet 2 currently offers is the ability to install Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves...
LBP 3 still online on PS4
It's been a while since Sony has offered an update on the LittleBigPlanet debacle. As a reminder, a disgruntled fan of the franchise launched a DDOS attack on LittleBigPlanet 3, taking the game offline. While studio Sony XDEV said it was looking into the technical troubles, it appears that
DDOS attack brings games down
The online functionality for LittleBigPlanet titles currently isn't available right now, and according to Eurogamer, it's all because one fan isn't happy with how Sony has treated the franchise. The person in question is said to have brought servers to their knees through orchestrated DDOS attacks, forcing them to be...
And some in the West
If you're a Japanese gamer who loves LittleBigPlanet, then you may want to start tapping down on your d-pad: Sony's shutting down the servers for all three of the main games, as well as LittleBigPlanet Karting, LittleBigPlanet Vita, and LittleBigPlanet Portable. Essentially, the series is over in the East, it would seem. The...
Just add water
While his legacy may not be as strong as Crash Bandicoot or Spyro, the smelly protagonist from PSone classic Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee will still strike a chord with old-school gamers. And in order to celebrate the arrival of upcoming re-release Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty later this year, Sony has prepared a brand n
Holy add-on, Sackman
LittleBigPlanet 2 is almost three years old now, but that’s not stopping Sony from continuing to support the do-it-yourself game making platform with plenty of expansion packs. The latest add-on is a real humdinger, too, fusing the serenity of the Omniverse with the dastardly exploits of the DC Universe. In addition to a bunch...
Sack Skellington coming to a PS3 and Vita near you
What's this? What's this? It's Sackboy dressed as Jack. What's this? He's in a brand new town. What's this? We can't believe our eyes, we must be dreaming, wake up Push Square this isn't fair. What's this? In case you haven't guessed, some of us are fans of the 1993 classic film The Nightmare...
More content than you could ever want
If, like this flustered author, you don’t have time to play half of the games that you own, then you may want to steer clear of LittleBigPlanet. While we’d recommend all of the entries in the whimsical do-it-yourself franchise, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. And the fact that the series is...
Geth a load of this
Sackboy really is the ultimate cross-marketing opportunity, isn’t he? Sony has teamed up with EA to bring some brand new outfits based on the Mass Effect series to LittleBigPlanet – and the results are unsurprisingly adorable. The image above shows Wrex, Garrus, Liara, and, of course, Commander Shepard – the problem is,...
Sackboy flexes his cross-marketing muscle
In order to celebrate the impending release of BioShock Infinite, platform holder Sony is launching a custom collection of LittleBigPlanet costumes based on the characters from the game. Outfits include heroine Elizabeth, protagonist Booker DeWitt, and weird mechanical flying thing, Songbird. The add-on will...
The one that you want
If you’re still yet to fully embed yourself in the creative landscape of LittleBigPlanet 2, then Sony has a tantalising proposition for you in the guise of the upcoming Extras Edition. The upgraded retail package will not only come equipped with the original adventure, but will also boast a bevy of burlap bonuses for you to...
The LittleBigPlanet 2: Move Pack joins the world of LittleBigPlanet together with the freedom of PlayStation Move - with five giant imaginative story levels and seven side levels, this is LittleBigPlanet’s biggest content pack to date.
The LittleBigPlanet™2: Move Pack also features a new story mode, The Rise of the Cakeling, with 14 new levels. When a rogue cake threatens doom and destruction, the Sackfolk must once again attempt to restore peace to Craftworld. This time players will have a brand new toy to make things easier, The Brain Crane; a new powerup that allows you to control objects with the power of your mind.
PlayStation Move controls give players a new suite of fresh creative tools including the Movinator, Motion Recorder and Paint Tool. These instruments will give you the power to create and design your own Move games, record fluid motions and paint your own stickers, whilst using fun new materials including decorations, costumes, music, sound and sequencer objects. These tools will expand your creative palette like never before and make your Popit split at the seams with excitement. You can also add to your PlayStation® Trophies with 11 new trophies to collect.
If this wasn’t enough, the Move Pack brings backwards compatibility with LittleBigPlanet 2, meaning you can play though all the original story levels, and all five million community levels, using the Move controller.