It’s almost time, next week you will be able to get your hands on LittleBigPlanet for PSVITA when the game finally hits the stores. And today the first reviews are posted on all the major game review sites, it’s save to say that every review for the portable version of LBP is very positive… here are some scores
GamesRadar 4.5 out of 5 stars
LittleBigPlanet PS Vita encapsulates what the system can do, and deserves a spot in your Vita library. Running through each level (even multiple times) is a charming, creative, and incredibly rewarding experience, regardless of whether it’s to beat your friend’s leaderboard score or if you’re simply going after every collectible for that satisfying “pop” sound. Even when you feel like you’ve exhausted all your minigame options, what you can create in the Imagisphere with the game’s powerful toolset is only limited by your imagination. As the narrator Stephen Fry says in the opening, “If ever there was a masterpiece that could be enhanced by a single swish of a paintbrush, then you are that paintbrush, and the painting is LittleBigPlanet.”
IGN 9 out of 10
LittleBigPlanet PS Vita is the definitive LittleBigPlanet game. It’s everything you loved (or possibly didn’t) from the past games boiled down into a package you can play anywhere at any time. You can collect prize bubbles while watching TV, download user-created levels at home and then play them on a plane, and sink the hours into learning create mode via 10-minute chunks at the Laundromat. Then, there’s all the new stuff like touch controls, games that don’t involve Sackboy, and the creation potential that could give you an endless supply of free games.
Yes, the jumping is still floaty, the creation complicated and the load times a bit too long, but that doesn’t stop LittleBigPlanet PS Vita from being an amazing experience.
Official PlayStation Magazine UK 9 out of 10
Could this be the killer app that Vita’s been crying out for? It’s a slice of gleefully inventive oddness that’s certainly sated our appetite for sackboy on handheld – and it’s very nearly perfect.
PlayStationLifeStyle 9,5 out of 10
LBP has always been the light-hearted, family friendly center of PlayStation, but the Vita version proves what you’ve already learned from eating spaghetti with your hands or finger painting on the walls: touch is fun.
QVG 9,2 out of 10
Simply, the best LBP on any format. Combines smart design with Vita’s controls, and adds incredible online functionality to make it the first essential Vita game.
Spong 9 out of 10
In short, if you have a Vita get this game, if you haven’t got a Vita, don’t take too long considering if you should get one, there’s a very compelling argument for the purchase that goes by the name of Little Big Planet.
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