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Submitted by Shnazzyone 833d ago | review

Review - LittleBigPlanet Karting I Screwattack.com

Screwattack's Sean Hinz writes, "LittleBigPlanet is PlayStation’s premier platformer for this generation, so naturally Sony aims to apply the Craftverse’s signature creativity to the genre of kart racing. The developer, United Front, is also a seasoned kart racing studio, being the masterminds behind the PlayStation exclusive Modnation Racers. On paper this seems like a match made in heaven, but bringing a franchise into a new genre can be difficult. And like most LittleBigPlanet games, the community in LittleBigPlanet Karting becomes the proverbial “MacGuffin”." (Little Big Planet Karting, PS3) 6/10

Knight_Crawler  +   833d ago
:(

Sony should have made Media Molecule develop this game.
violents  +   830d ago
sounds like it needs a server update. i cant believe this game is getting bad reviews. It looks like fun.

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