Warp Zoned writes:
LittleBigPlanet 2 is the sequel to one of the PlayStation 3′s most beloved games. In the original, Media Molecule won our hearts by introducing the adorable protagonist, Sackboy. The second game continues in the same thread – it’s a platforming game in which Sackboy must play the hero and save the “world,” as it were. But in addition to all it has to offer by way of the single player, they’ve also expanded their multiplayer – in the first, you could make your own levels; now, you not only make your own levels, but you can even link them together to create entire games – and more. LBP2 touts itself as “not just a platforming game, but a platform for games,” in which you can make twin-stick shooters, shoot ‘em ups, racers, and even first person shooters. But bringing such a huge amount of content to the table doesn’t come without pitfalls.