LittleBigPlanet for PSP is mighty big fun - Globe and Mail reviews LittleBigPlanet

Let's just get this out of the way: LittleBigPlanet for PSP is probably the best PlayStation Portable game of the year-this, despite the fact that Media Molecule, maker of the PlayStation 3 original released last fall, handed the reins to SCE Studio Cambridge, a developer perhaps best known for a series of middling kiddie platformers that went under the name MediEvil (Media Molecule did, however, lend some assistance).

Impressively, this fresh team of gamesmiths managed to almost perfectly capture its predecessor's charming aesthetic and imaginative spirit. From narrator Stephen Fry's inviting voice and the game's warm, worldly music to its burlap sack people and the delightful environments they explore (which are composed of everyday materials-wood, cardboard, cloth-applied to a variety of fantastical shapes and creatures), there is never any doubt that this is the same LittleBigPlanet that millions of players were enchanted by last autumn, only in smaller form.

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