Submitted by GrimMedia 1113d ago | review

LittleBigPlanet Karting Review | Gaming Examiner

When a small Sackboy first emerged onto the Playstation 3 in 2008, no one could have anticipated how quickly fans would build him an empire. Now in 2012 Sackboy is helping launch the PS Vita in a series of new titles, the latest is ‘LittleBigPlanet: Karting’.

LittleBigPlanet Karting is in many ways the first full-featured title where the gameplay takes center stage. While previous titles had a strong ‘create and share’ mechanic that made them rocket to popularity around the world, the actual gameplay took a back seat to the magic. (Little Big Planet Karting, PS Vita) 8.5/10

Xof  +   1113d ago
Is there ever going to be a demo? This is one game I want to try before I buy, because I really didn't like the LBP games (physics based platforming is very little fun for me, even if the creation tools were AWESOME).

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