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Sony's Little Big trump card?

From BBCNews:

In March last year at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco Sony began to turn the fortunes of the PlayStation 3 around.

After a painful launch period the company put itself somewhat on the front foot with two key announcements: Game developers and journalists were shown Home, the 3D social networking hub for gamers, and LittleBigPlanet, the debut game from Media Molecule, set up by three ex-employees of Peter Molyneux's Lionhead studio.

While Home remains overdue, LittleBigPlanet (LBP) hits the shops in just over a week's time.

The moment the demo of the game was first shown people were tipping it as a killer application for the PS3. I was lucky enough to be in the audience for that first demo and I was very impressed. It looked set to a highly creative platform games combined with a very ambitious attempt to harness the user generated content revolution.

Since then the game, and specifically the developers, have gone on a journey which has seen LBP become the single most important title for the PS3 this year and I've tracked its progress closely.

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LITTLE BIG PLANET IN3628d ago

Microsofts price cut is meaningless with LBP in store shelves next week :D !!!!!!

TheTimeDoctor3628d ago

in your little world that might seem correct, but its simply not true.

Raoh3628d ago

neither kills either

but the fight gets more vicious

next year sony has to deliver onthe games mentioned in 2008 and it looks like its on track.. but more importantly it has to have a price cut into the next fiscal year.

microsoft has cut prices.. it has to build first party games not named halo

both will be fine and hopefully (doubtfully) we the gamers can stop bickering and just enjoy our console of choice..

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fyi

screw you msft