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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:21pm 14/01/11 | 7 Comments
User-generated content is yet to hit the big time on the console platform, but Sony are most definitely leading the charge, first with LittleBigPlanet, then ModNation Racers and now LittleBigPlanet 2.

The latter is what brings us here today, as I've been exploring the game's expanded single-player offering; a greater tool with which to sell the creation possibilities for budding game-designers out there (or not), as well as dabbling with the Workbench to play with the retooled creation system that offers so much more than the first game, but is also much easier to navigate and utilise.

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Posted 06:35pm 14/1/11
Good review, my girlfriend bought me the collectors edition as one of my christmas presents. Although I think she really just bought it for herself as she loved the first game.

last edited by Resonate at 18:35:47 14/Jan/11
Posted 05:30pm 14/1/11
well girls are the main consumers of 'cute' are they not?
Posted 05:53pm 14/1/11
Good controls are at the heart of every great platformer. The poor controls in the first game were the reason I didn't think much of it. The review didn't really give much detail about the controls, but it sounded pretty much like nothing had changed.

It also feels like the only people who would sit down and spend the time to design a decent level are the same people who would get annoyed by dodgy controls.
Posted 06:37pm 14/1/11
Nice review, although this stuck out like the proverbial:

"The meat of this fluff-filled game though, is in making you’re own"

Your not you're!!!

< /grammar nazi>
Steve Farrelly
Posted 09:41pm 14/1/11
oops, will fix
Posted 09:28am 15/1/11
While we're being grammar Nazis, I'm pretty sure the 'fair' in "...his English fair makes for..." should be 'fare'.
Posted 09:40am 18/1/11
Just got posted on Kotaku. If the retro games support two players then I'm sold. Looks like you can make your own as well.

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