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Submitted by Serjx 953d ago | review

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita Review | Upperpad

Without a doubt, the series of LittleBigPlanet is one of the largest IP Sony this generation. The success of this platform is mainly due to three-dimensional features that have defined the nature of the game itself: the Sackboy, the sympathetic protagonist we're going to check the overall quality that lingers throughout the game, with brilliant insights and well-managed and last but not least a feature that, if you will, has cleared through customs on the console level editor. In fact, one of the main arguments on which from the beginning the guys at Media Molecule has always been the "PLAY, CREATE, SHARE", or play, create and share, which has allowed millions of players to give rein to their creativity, creating their own levels and share them with an ever-expanding community. (LittleBigPlanet 2, PS Vita) 88/100

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