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Thankfully, none of this damages the core experience of the game beyond repair, which is where LittleBigPlanet most definitely delivers. It's stylish, yes, and cute and quirky. It's also wonderfully imaginative, and, most importantly, a heck of a lot of fun.
As someone who's bemoaned the number of ports in the PSP's library as much, if not more than the next person, it comes as something of a shock to realise that by being exactly that, a beautifully accurate port, LBP somehow becomes a better game in the process. Its core concept of an ever expanding universe filled with bite-sized platforming chunks dovetails perfectly with the pick-up-and-play nature of handheld gaming to the extent you start to wonder if it was actually always meant to be played this way. Obviously if you loved the original then this fresh slice of near identical pie should delight you once again, if however, you loved the ingredients but were left a little nonplussed by the whole thing last time then this second helping could convert you.
I've jumped around a bit over scoring for LittleBigPlanet on PSP. At one stage the irritating frequency at which my Sackboy got stuck had me donning my scrooge hat, but despite that I keep flicking up my PSPgo's screen to have one more go. In truth, this is something I rarely did with the PS3 original once I'd written the review, so Cambridge Studio has definitely done something very right. It's flawed in places, but it's still one of the PSP's best games and an absolutely essential purchase.
In zekere zit past LittleBigPlanet misschien wel beter op de PSP dan op de PS3. De afwezigheid van de multiplayer laat een zeker gat achter, maar dit valt nauwelijks op met het plezier dat het spel je constant geeft. Het is nu een pure singleplayer-platfomer, maar wel direct de beste op de PSP.
I love LittleBigPlanet PSP. The platforming's fun, the create tools are solid, and online's undoubtedly impressive – especially considering that these upload/download features are on the PSP. I'd like it to run a bit smoother at times, have the create tools be a bit more intuitive, and so on, but none of that should put a damper on this game for fans of the franchise or people looking to get their first taste of Sackboy’s exploits. Make no doubt about it: LittleBigPlanet PSP is an outstanding game.
All of the above applies to the PSP game too, plus there have been some neat improvements. The tweaking has been done with a careful enough hand to ensure everything still looks, feels and plays just as it should. SCEE Cambridge has done Media Molecule proud and fans of the original game won't be disappointed. PSP owners who missed out first time around should be sure to give it a go, as LittleBigPlanet is undoubtedly one of the standout titles for Sony's handheld.
Cette version PSP de LittleBigPlanet n'est pas un simple portage de sa grande sœur sortie sur PS3 l'année dernière mais les deux titres partagent bel et bien la même recette. Vous retrouverez donc sur votre console portable l'adorable Sackboy que vous ne manquerez pas de personnaliser et d'envoyer découvrir les niveaux créés par les joueurs situés dans votre pâté de maisons ou à l'autre bout du monde.
LittleBigPlanet was a stepping stone for console-based, user-created content with gameplay options that were on par with its creative offering. While the PSP release of the game may not be a direct port in terms of being a multiplayer social event, the essence of Media Molecule's “Play, Create and Share” mantra remains intact. Though subject to some clipping, loading and framerate issues here and there, the ability to produce entertaining, custom-built levels anywhere and with only minor struggle provides mobile gamers with the possibility of an almost limitless length of play.
LittleBIGPlanet na PSP jest produktem w pełni dorównującym wersji z PS3, a w przypadku zastosowaniu zmian w mechanice (2 plany, niekończące się życie) nawet mniej frustrującym. Brak rozgrywki wieloosobowej to najpoważniejsza wada, ale nowe poziomy są tak pomyślane, że nawet przez chwilę nie odczuwa się samotności. Potężne narzędzie edytorskie doceni każdy z zacięciem twórczym, a pomysły będzie można wprowadzać w życie w pociągu, szkole czy gdziekolwiek nas dopadną. Tytuł godny polecenia nie tylko fanom szmacianek, ale i wszystkim właścicielom PlayStation Portable.
I would say that for those big fans of Little Big Planet, go pick up this game. It has all of the charm and fun of the console version, but can be taken on the go. There is a demo on the PSN as well as you can either pick this game up at retail or buy the full version through the PSN.
Little Big Planet brings the core gameplay of the PS3 game to the PSP with a few concessions, most notably multiplayer, but it retains the spirit that made the original so compelling. It also offers its own unique attractions, with a number of small but key improvements to the gameplay that help make up for the lack of multiplayer. The level design deserves particular praise--it's a short adventure, but the imagination and variety of the challenges mean that it's packed with memorable moments. If you're a fan of 2D platformers or like games that are designed around creativity, then Little Big Planet comes highly recommended.
In other words, if you’re lazy like me and don’t want to see the game as the potentially creative fountain of awesomeness that it truly is, then take away one star from my review. On the other hand, if you’re the kind of gamer who wants to put in the time to craft the PERFECT level and want to upload it for all the world to see, then add one point to my score. As it stands for me though, I’m in that middle category—liking it a great deal, but not loving it whole-heartedly.