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Submitted by moosekebabs 831d ago | review

Little Big Planet Karting Review [Capsule Computers]

Sackboy is one of this generations more traditional mascots. In a world full of realism and gunfights, he’s a squishy cartoon character who runs around crazy worlds trying to save the day.

After a long love affair with platforming which has produced some stellar titles, Sackboy and his developers have jumped into another genre that has sadly become old school-karting. Taking over somewhat from Modnation Racers, it would seem like a perfect fit. (Little Big Planet Karting, PS3) 5.5/10

futurefrog  +   831d ago
COOL!

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