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Submitted by mcroberts 1003d ago | review

Little Big Planet Karting Review - Midlife Gamer

Derek "digi" McRoberts says:"Sony’s pint sized mascot, and his creators Media Molecule seem to be going from strength to strength since the release of the first Little Big Planet game in 2008.

Sackboy’s latest outing, Little Big Planet Karting, takes the universe created by the team at Media Molecule and cross-breeds it with United Front Games original and somewhat under-rated title, Modnation Racers. (Little Big Planet Karting, PS3) 7/10

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