In 2011, Sony released LittleBigPlanet 2 for the PlayStation 3. Two years later, Sacremento, California's News10 uncovers the startling truth behind its misleading "E for Everyone" rating.
Gamer Jamie Colliver poured six months of his life into recreating classic role-playing game Final Fantasy VII in LittleBigPlanet 2—including all the conversations, characters, enemies, bosses, and music.
As a game, LittleBigPlanet 2 was all about motion and physics. It was a Rube Goldbergian dream diorama, a series of flipping levers, bouncing springs, swinging doorways and tumbling blocks. The game had a heavy thunkiness to it that unfortunately was its undoing in the gameplay department—it was so dependent on its…
Remember that PlayStation Move controller you bought last year? Well, they're still making games for it! Resistance 3, for example, is fully playable with PlayStation Move and that just came out.
Today is the day, LittleBigPlaneteers! The day Media Molecule's second helping of sackboy madness is controllable via Sony's glowing future lollipop. Is $9.99 too much to ask? How's about they throw in a little Cakeling?
LittleBigPlanet 2 will roll a PlayStation Move-enabled DLC pack on Sept. 14. Pricing isn't set yet, but with the ability to create Move-enabled Sackboy games, as that video shows, this could be the most useful application of that controller's features of any PS3 game out there.
Making video games is an incredibly lengthy, detailed and technical process. It would be impossible to visualise all the code that goes into one without being some kind of omnipotent being. Unless you're watching this video.
More than four million levels have been created by the LittleBigPlanet 2 community, but few-if any-are like this: A first-person shooter apparently set inside a mecha suit.
Since its release in January, LittleBigPlanet 2's community has created more than four million levels for the PS3 platformer. The number is exactly 4,141,742, in fact.
Drive up the volume for this user-created level from LittleBigPlanet 2, an homage to World 1-1 from Super Mario Land on the Game Boy. Creator Junkvxxl loaded the level three days ago; it became a developer favorite two days ago; it's been played more than 36,000 times in that span. If you have the game, perhaps you…
PlayStation 3 platformer LittleBigPlanet 2 is expert at doing many things—imitating other video games, imitating classic movies, imitating operating systems—but can it actually be a good learning tool? Sony thinks so and plans to release downloadable content for the game that's designed to aid schoolteachers.
I've seen so many great things in LittleBigPlanet 2, but I didn't know that the best thing yet would be a re-creation of Back To The Future. Bravo, user Rigzz, this is an amazing homage.
LittleBigPlanet 2 for the PlayStation 3 is a fantastic little toolbox, capable of creating video games of all shapes, sizes and genres. We've seen plenty of game recreations in LittleBigPlanet, but this Legend of Zelda aims for strict accuracy.
Give this Show About Games Show clip ten seconds to let you know what's going on. Give it thirty to warm your heart. Then give it around sixty to blow your mind.
Why does the PlayStation 3 need a new LittleBigPlanet when users of the first game continue to flood it with new content? The creatively unchained LittleBigPlanet 2 and its broad set of new tools answers that question easily.
Waiting for her friend to come home so they can play the game together, Flickr user iwinatcookie gets creative with her collector's edition LittleBigPlanet 2 Sackboy.
This might be the most dramatic opening of a video game collector's edition ever committed to video, though probably not. It's the LittleBigPlanet 2 Collector's Edition! Let's open it.
LittleBigPlanet 2 hits stores today, and while it does a lot of things, the Xbox 360 is one thing it will not do. As seen on BertieA's Flickr stream.
Sony's sexy spokesmodel Kevin Butler makes a fatal mistake in this new TV spot for LittleBigPlanet 2. I'm sorry, Mr. Butler, but nothing is better than bacon-wrapped cupcakes.