Monday, January 24, 2011
Little Big Planet 2 Review (Playstation 3)
This is my review of Little Big Planet 2 for the Playstation 3.
Little Big Planet 2 website - http://www.littlebigplanet.com/
It is created by Media Molecule a UK Based gaming company.
The Narrator is Stephen Fry
It is a wonderful game that has a creativity and great storyline within the single player.
The Intro music is "Enter The Party" by Kevin McLeod from Incomptech.com which is a royalty free site music.
Plot/Story Mode (Single Player/Multiplayer)
Players continue Sackboy's journey after the events of the first game and the portable version are brought to an end. An inter-dimensional vacuum cleaner appears over the skies of LittleBigPlanet and begins to suck up its inhabitants, including Sackboy. Larry Da Vinci, the leader of a semi-secret semi-organised group known as "The Alliance", comes to Sackboy's rescue saving him from what they call "The Negativitron." The organisation is dedicated to battling with "The Negativitron" and defeating it before it destroys Craftworld.
Information on the game from Wikipedia
While still retaining the three-layer, 2.5D nature of the original title, with the player controlling their Sackboy characters, players are not restricted solely to platforming levels, and can now choose to create many types of levels including racing, puzzle and role-playing games. The player may also choose to create and customise their own heads-up display to accommodate their game type. New animation recording options are available and players will be able to create full-motion cut-scenes to go with their level design, manipulate the camera for both cut-scenes and gameplay, and record their own sound effects for use in the level. As well as including a wide selection of original and licensed music, the game also includes a robust music sequencer. Multiple levels can be linked together, so that finishing one level immediately takes the player to the next in the series.