LittleBigPlanet Vita trailer warns of tyrannosauruses hiding in your daily environment

Go for a wander, patch together a Frankenboss with portable game-making tools

With an active and action-packed lifestyle, doubtless you're never without one or another digital doodad to record the fascinating places you've been and things you've seen. But the dominant means of doing so – photography tools like Hipstamatic or Instagram, portable video such as Flip, etc – are passe as all hell, says this new LittleBigPlanet Vita trailer. Almost as passe as sitting inside and slapping together videogames out of only whatever's within arm's reach of your gaming couch. Why, just think: if you were out there in the world, imagine how many things you might find that lend themselves to incorporation into an LBP level (read: look a bit like dicks)!

LittleBigPlanet Vita's release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but as this clip shows, Double Eleven – an ex-Rockstar team whose resumes include the PSP Grand Theft Auto games – has been working hard to ensure the title makes the most of the Vita's hardware features. What do you think?

Aug 16, 2011

LittleBigPlanet Vita's release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but as this clip shows, Double Eleven – an ex-Rockstar team whose resumes include the PSP Grand Theft Auto games – has been working hard to ensure the title makes the most of the Vita's hardware features. What do you think?

Aug 16, 2011

LittleBigPlanet Vita's release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but as this clip shows, Double Eleven – an ex-Rockstar team whose resumes include the PSP Grand Theft Auto games – has been working hard to ensure the title makes the most of the Vita's hardware features. What do you think?

Aug 16, 2011

LittleBigPlanet Vita's release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but as this clip shows, Double Eleven – an ex-Rockstar team whose resumes include the PSP Grand Theft Auto games – has been working hard to ensure the title makes the most of the Vita's hardware features. What do you think?

Aug 16, 2011

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