Posts Tagged ‘LittleBigPlanet’
Play’s original LittleBigPlanet Review
Just because you have a game doesn’t mean everybody has the game. We aren’t just saying this: we’re going to do some WELCOME BACK PACK SALES FIGURES MATHS.
Inspired by one Play forum poster’s request to see the Play team’s desks, I’ve decided to reveal the bits and bobs that litter by place of work (spoiler: it’s a largely a bunch of useless crap).
We take a look at ten of the best-looking PSP games out today.
Please, don’t make us see the naked truth about these games.
I asked around the office to get ideas for this one. I now know things about my co-workers I wish I didn’t. Brace yourselves…
As you probably already know, the release of LittleBigPlanet 2 – PLAY’s hot tip for ‘best game of all time’ – has been delayed until January 2011. I’m disappointed, but I’m not surprised.
Some games are exciting, adrenaline-fuelled and action-packed. Others are cerebral, demanding and rewarding. But a select few manage to refine exactly what fun and happiness is all about and turn it into a game. Here’s five of them…
I have no dress sense, but I know not to exceed my limits, unlike these clowns…
LittleBigPlanet is the subject of our fan art friday
Media Molecule reveals that whatever it does in the future, it wants to continue defining what Play, Create, Share is all about.
Behind the scenes at Media Molecule including toys, level sketches and cupcakes!
When game music is exceptionally good and/or used especially well, I love it. So I’ve made a very personal top ten…
Media Molecule’s Mark Healey tells us a touching story and reveals that LBP helping to change peoples’ lives for the better means more to him that any of the awards LBP has won.