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Littlebigplanet for PS3 Looking Impressive

by Paul Strauss

In addition to Sony’s announcement of their new PlayStation Home Virtual Community for the PS3, they also showed off this cool new title called LittleBigPlanet.

LittleBigPlanet Sony PS3 Platformer

The game is designed to be a co-op platformer, where individuals can design their own physics-driven platform levels, then run through them with friends. The game was shown running in real-time on what appeared to be PS3 hardware, and the graphics look truly wonderful in action. The game features some amazingly deep physics (think Half Life 2) and a robust, but easy to use level editor. This is just the kind of quirky, unique game that we’ve been hoping that Sony would reveal for their much-maligned console.

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Color me impressed.

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Comments (2):

  1. Andrew says:

    Being an XBox 360 chap myself I scoff at this. Well, no, actually I don’t. It looks hugely impressive and I can see what you mean about the physics. Of course I have no idea what’s going on in the video, but I found the trailing scarf of one of the characters and its reaction to the character’s movement absolutely fascinating. (Oh, no, I’m not developing a scarf fixation now am I?).

  2. technabob says:

    I’m generally pretty non-partisan about this stuff. I have a PS3, Xbox 360 and a Wii, and the only console that’s not generally “gathering dust” is the 360.

    I’m always intrigued by any new game or technology for any of consoles that might make me think twice about letting the PS3 or Wii just sit there on the shelf.

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