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Little Big Planet

Posted on Wednesday, March 14 @ 16:21:44 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Thought the side scrolling platform game was dead? Then you haven't seen some of the coolest PS3 footage out there.

Sure the PS3 has been a bid disappointing thus far, but one of the best things at the Game Developers Conference was this kooky trailer for Little Big Planet. The first game from brand new indie developer Media Molecule, this is proof that increasingly bigger guns with more chainsaws is not necessarily the key to next-gen gaming, because damn it looks fun.

Focusing on realistic physics and dynamic levels that never react quite the same way twice, this could be the next Katamari. Or possibly even better because Little Big Planet emphasizes online 4-player cooperative play. It also lets users design their own levels to share and play online with others. Props to Sony for finally working with the homebrew crowd.


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