The first time we realized what sorts of things LittleBigPlanet 2 was capable of, it was like staring into the deep end of a pool from a high-dive: there’s an immense depth to it, but knowing what you have to do to get there can be intimidating. LBP2 introduces tools that make the original LBP look antiquated, introducing potentially complex logic circuits, Sackbots that can serve as secondary characters or gameplay-altering avatars, and even the ability to create and direct your own cutscenes. Making all of that work for you as a creator is a hell of a lot easier than taking a programming course, but still takes hours of learning, experimentation and patience...
Sackboy jumps in the driver's seat and delivers a fully customizable kart racer with all the LittleBigPlanet creation options. Read our review right here...
Oct 24, 2007
In lieu of a proper sequel to their classic PSP puzzler, Sony have released this spin-off that you can buy from the PlayStation Network for less than the price of a sandwich. Rather than tilt the world to control your LocoRoco pals, as the PSP game, in Cocoreccho you guide a butterfly around the screen with the right analogue stick and lead them through the level. At certain points you can tilt or shake the controller to get past obstacles, and “call” the LocoRocos and
Based on all the different parties involved in its creation, Lollipop Chainsaw was overflowing with potential. Unfortunately, not all of it could be fulfilled, but that doesn't mean the newest Grasshopper game is completely without merit. See how this cheerleader vs zombies adventure earned itself a passing grade...
Eradan, the human ranger, drew back his bowstring and
unleashed a flurry of arrows at the charging orcs. His shots hit their target,
though the foes continued to rush. Some stopped to fire off ranged attacks of
their own, but their missiles bounced harmlessly off the elven Loremaster
Andriel’s protective magical shield. Finally, once they were close enough, the dwarven
champion Farin met them on the field of battle, hacking apart the orcs. He spun
around, slicing down the smaller goblins in a powerful swing, before finishing
off the larger enemies with the help of his allies. As their bodies fell in a
heap of blood and limbs a large, angry troll burst out from behind a cave wall.
It took the combined forces of all three warriors (and the aid of a giant eagle,
summoned by the trio) to take him down.
All right, now repeat that for about ten hours. Roll