There's literally nothing else like LittleBigPlanet on any other platform anywhere and almost stands as reason enough to buy a PS3 if you haven't already. At its worst, LBP can be frustrating during the times that you're unable to translate your fevered imaginings into tangible existence on screen, but at its best, LBP can induce moments of genuine satisfaction, making you feel like a god as you step back from your almighty creation and realise that it's good. It's very good.
And even if you don't get on with LittleBigPlanet as a building tool, there's still plenty of single or multiplayer platforming fun to be had. Either way, you can't lose. LBP is nigh on essential and if sackboy's beady button eyes and cutesy smile don't convince you of that fact, then you must have a heart of stone and a head full of fluff.