Jeff Rubenstein writes: "The PSN took center stage this week with multiple stories coming in about PixelJunk Eden, Siren: Blood Curse, and The Last Guy. On the Blu-ray front: LittleBigPlanet was a ReallyBigHit at E3."
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Sony's penis popping out of your butt when you fart!
Every one of you have been reported as offensive
thats funny that they posted this news at the blog, obviously,a huge victory for Sony and the PS division
it's going to be a monster hit for Sony if advertised right. I think they should make it playable at those PS3 kiosks in Gamestop, Wal-Mart, etc.
i find it unethical if anyone could look down on LBP and what it's doing for consoles.
before you go talking about ethics, lets wait until LBP comes out. I need to know how it feels to actually play the game, level creators aren't exactly something new. Not even for consoles.
"Keep doing it, and doing it, and doing it well" they have a traction, there train has taken off and now they are flying but come octobert if they time a price drop right for this christmas with one at mid october for LBP and Socom's release then it'll be all they need for this year. $299.99 with some serious marketing of there games, Socom, LBP, Mirrors edge, Dead Space and Fallout, Motorstorm:PR and the biggun Resistance 2 and a resurgence in MGS4 they should have no problem hitting it big racking in 1.8 to 2 million PS3 over the end of october to early January. last year a price drop from 500 to 400 cause them to sell 1.4 million PS3s in that october-december, if they want better results i'd be happy to see them drop the price and market feircely to show just what they have going into the holiday season. that lineup is amazing and they should market the hell out of it especially when both fable Too human and gears of war 2 will be releasing within months of each other. keep the momentum going. they have it all.
I often wonder what rose colored glasses Sony uses when reading the Internet. They always read the most positive things about their company, don't they? Well, I would too, I'm sure, if only there were positive things about me on the Internet. ahahahha ahahahhaahahhaah ahahahahhaha ha ha ha huhhhh oh.
thank goodness you fankids play here.
But yeah, The only reason why I have a 360 right now is because of Infinite Undiscovery and Fable 2. If them games dont live up to my expectations best believe Im getting rid of my 360 and trading it in for some games to add to my ps3 collection. I dont know why Im keeping it just for them 2 games. Its like I want the 360 to give me good games, but all thats been coming out of it are games that I can play on my ps3 for free online anyways. I dont know why im even wasting my time. Im sorta struggling right now as it is to get games that I want for my psp and my ps3. The psn has so many games coming out too that it doesnt help either. Pixel Junk Eden, Siren and Quest for booty seem like some titles that I could spend some money on, but its like Im getting hit by all these games , I dont even have time to play them all.
Little Big Planet is doing it right. Everyone better support the **** out of this game. One of the truly unique games of this gen and another chance to show that casual gaming can't match hardcore gaming.
how is this game not casual? We haven't seen something like this so accessible to casual fans, it doesn't hurt that its a platformer and not a hardcore rpg or FPS. At the same time, one could only hope the game has enough creative depth for the hardcore (cosmetics are nice, but I want to be able to mess with physics). And above all else, lets hope the core gameplay is spot on.
Hate the platformers but for some reason LBP is day one for me
Symphony of the Night. It was a platformer that made me giddy about my PS console then and I have a funny feeling that LBP will be the platformer that makes me even more giddy about the PS3. I love the console but couple it with a great platformer and you have a win/win situation on your hands.
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