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GameSpot E3 2008: LittleBigPlanet Updated Impressions

GameSpot writes: "Last year we kicked off our E3 preview of LittleBigPlanet with the simple phrase, "LittleBigPlanet is awesome." Here we are a year later and, after a killer appearance of the game at yesterday's Sony E3 2008 press conference, we're quite happy to report that, yes, the Media Molecule-developed Sony exclusive is still knocking our socks off. In addition to having the game on our live stage show, we got a chance to check out an extended preview session of the game hosted by Media Molecule's Alex Evans, in which we got a deeper look at this highly anticipated game.

LittleBigPlanet's subtitle "play, create, share" describes the three main tent posts on which the game is built. What's interesting is that the game pays attention to exactly how you play and will reward you for participating in its various aspects. Some players might want to focus on the play aspect of the game, making their way through the various levels that will come shipped with the game at release. Others might want to forgo the playing altogether, and instead choose to experiment with the game's extended creation tools. Finally, sharing your creations with the rest of the world will earn you rewards, too, either as in-game trophies, or as recognition from other LBP players who choose to download and play your levels."

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rbbrdman3802d ago

When LBP ships I'm totally stealing Sony's idea and I'm going to lug my ps3 into work and make a presentation. That was pure genius and really helps show what LBP is capable of.

thereapersson3802d ago

I think you would probably get a raise

PMantix3802d ago

...unless you work for Microsoft or Nintendo

Linzoid3802d ago

how versatile LittleBigPlanet is! I can't wait to get my hands on this game.

I've got loads of ideas for levels, just need to build them.

PMantix3802d ago (Edited 3802d ago )

Looking better every time we see it

himdeel3802d ago

...to making and recreating levels and platform games for my wife and son to play through. I idea of having them play a level/game I've created is just fantastic.