Today, one of the most user-sensitive and creative games on this little planet released a sequel. Little Big Planet 2, the successor to the game which put its world in the players hands, packs 30 story levels this time as navigate your adorable old friend, Sackboy, through different spots on the globe to save the planet from a greater evil. Media Molecule, back again to bring players colorful and challenging levels, combines excellent setting, challenges, and even background music to make the game unbearably fun.
However, it wouldn’t be a Little Big Planet game if there wasn’t much, much more to it than that. Back again is the access to massive amounts of user created levels and challenges and the ability to make some of your own. The Create mode is now streamlined and more user-friendly, making the creation of ones own levels a piece of cake and really busting open the door for new worlds. New versus level challenges have also arrived in the sequel, but with more than 3.5 million user-created levels from the original LBP that you can access with the new game, and the tons and tons of new levels that will be created for the sequel, you may honestly never get around to them.
With a solid 9.0 out of 10 from IGN, the game is already off to a great start. Sony, however, decided to cause another stir with the game’s release. Between now and tomorrow, the company is hosting an event that attempts to break the following records:
Longest Marathon playing a platform game
Most User-Generated videogame levels played in a marathon
Most gaming genres in one videogame
Most videogame genres played in one video game in 24 hours
Most user-generated video game levels played in 24 hours
Longest marathon playing LBP2
Join everyone as the event is streamed live here to see how many records will be broken and to check out some of the in-game action.
The game trailers are also out on Youtube.