GameXtract writes "Sometimes I worry for LittleBigPlanet. The game is fantastic, has a high replay value, and is packed onto a disc that won't be collecting dust for at least another few months, but the current problematic sales issues have got me worried. While I'm not accusing Media Molecule or Sony of being money mooching giants; at the end of the day its a simple fact that both company needs to make a significant amount of money off this title in order for them to even consider creating LittleBigPlanet 2. With sales not as high as expected in a month filled with high valued games, Sony has kicked out the advertising campaign to ensure that its titles sell…well, at least this is what they hope to do. Sony advertising for LittleBigPlanet hasn't been the greatest recently, and it confuses me as to why that is when they have managed to create such dynamic, and mind bottling trailers prior to the release date. In hopes of turning it around, Sony has created a series of new European TV spots that show off user created levels in a mischief comical way. The explosion of your pet dog, or the use of TNT for your ex-girl friend's friend is just a few examples in these TV spots that show how cruel your Sackboy can get. At the end of the day, these are the kind of commercials you will either find utterly disgusting or will walk away with a good laugh. TV spots after the jump!"