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LittleBigPlanet 2 player brings Legend of Zelda to the PS3

LittleBigPlanet 2is an obscure indie title that (allegedly) gives its players an unprecedented level of god-like creation abilities to create video game tributes (we think). Normally, we wouldn't bother reporting on a game so unknown, but this ode to the original Zelda was too ingenious to pass up.

The game was created by a Swedish LBP2 player by the name of BluetinBerry, and features the first level of the classic NES adventure. In all seriousness, we've been well aware of LBP2's robust game-creation tools for some time now, but seeing an 8-bit link avatar travel through an LPB2-esque portal makes us rethink just how far they can stretch.

Jan 28, 2010

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