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LittleBigPlanet Goes Gold, Trophies Leaked

Soulskill posted more than 5 years ago | from the big-little-project dept.

PlayStation (Games) 51

Upcoming world creation game LittleBigPlanet has gone gold, and will be officially released on Oct. 21st in the US. The game will come out exclusively for the PS3, in part due to the fact that it fills up a Blu-ray disc. The list of trophies was leaked alongside the announcement. Groups of students at Parsons will be using a 24-hour period this weekend to create levels for the game. Gamespy has a collection of videos and previews for LittleBigPlanet. To protect users' creations, it will feature an in-game copyright system.

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Twinsen? (2, Informative)

Hatta (162192) | more than 5 years ago | (#25086255)

I was hoping this would be another game in the Little Big Adventure series, but no luck. They should try picking a name that doesn't collide with a classic adventure series.

Re:Twinsen? (1)

0xygen (595606) | more than 5 years ago | (#25086377)

I too was confused by this - and would LOVE to see a sequel to the series of Little Big Adventure games.

The combination of an interesting world, a wide variety of puzzles, amusing diversions and some pretty amusing jokes works so well in LBA.

I replayed LBA2 last year - many games you get back out do not live up to the fond memories, however LBA2 was definitely worth getting back out.

If anyone who enjoys puzzle adventure action games has not played it (!) you really should do so!

Re:Twinsen? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25088257)

LBA still has an active community.

There was once an interview with the creator of LBA.

From what i remember reading, he said that work on another LBA game will indeed commence, as soon as the project he's currently working on is finished. Howered, by the time of the interview the games own website had nothing but a worksign "work in progress" :( so it is still several years untill LBA3.

On a related note, there is a group that is [still] >_> creating a freesource (or something like that) prequal to LBA.

With all this being offtopic, i would just like to say, that I also always confuse LittleBigPlanet with Little Big Adventure. :P

Totally wrong for the PS3 (2, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25086263)

This game sounds absolutely perfect for the Wii. You've got an editor, which the Wii excels at with Wiimote pointing, and a platformer, which the Wii excels at with the Wiimote held sideways. This game is obviously catering to the Wii crowd.

And yet they're releasing it on the PS3?! WTF?!!

Yeah, sure, "it uses all the space on the Blu-ray" but if you check the story you'll discover that it's all HD video and not, like, game assets. Reduce it to SD and it'd easily fit on a DVD and therefore be perfect for the Wii. In fact, Alex Evans even says that "the game itself and the levels you produce are relatively compact."

But the main purpose of the game is content creation, right? So obviously you'd want a console with great online community support, which the Wii doesn't quite have. So that aspect is perfect for the Xbox 360 then!

But no, they went with the PS3. It has the wrong controls. It has the wrong online support. And I'm not about to burn $560 for one game.

Too bad, this would have made a great Wii game. They could have used Miis for the characters rather than the creepy looking things they have now.

Sucks To Be You, Stop Crying That You Bought A Wii (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25086303)

Don't cry Nintendo faggot you still have Wii Music to look forward to!

And how's that Wii Fit thing working out for you? I hear they make great potted plant bases, or did you just toss yours in the junk closet like most Wii owners?

Re:Sucks To Be You, Stop Crying That You Bought A (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25086681)

Better than being a sony arse pirate. Enjoy your Gaystation.

Re:Sucks To Be You, Stop Crying That You Bought A (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25090201)

Of all the words available to you in all the languages of the world, the best you can come up with is "Gaystation"? Seriously?

I mean, I guess it makes sense. It kind of reminds me of my large black dildo. It's big, it's intimidating, and of course, it's black. The thing is built like a tank, no matter the beating it still comes back for more. Sure, it gets hot after extended usage, but it's always up to the challenge. What can I say, the thing is fucking fun.

Re:Sucks To Be You, Stop Crying That You Bought A (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25112167)

DISK READ ERROR

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (3, Interesting)

Simon (S2) (600188) | more than 5 years ago | (#25086317)

This game sounds absolutely perfect for the Wii. You've got an editor, which the Wii excels at with Wiimote pointing, and a platformer, which the Wii excels at with the Wiimote held sideways. This game is obviously catering to the Wii crowd.

That's true, but I bet they will use the Sixaxis capabilities for the level creation part. I agree with you, the Wiimote would be better, but I didn't see the game yet, maybe it's just as slick witth the DualShock as it would be with the Wiimote.

But the main purpose of the game is content creation, right? So obviously you'd want a console with great online community support, which the Wii doesn't quite have. So that aspect is perfect for the Xbox 360 then!

What is wrong with the PS3 online support? I am playing resistance online quite a lot, and there is absolutely no lag or other annoyances. The only thing that works better on Xbox live is the voice chat, but I can live without that, and I am sure sony will fix it soner or later.

It really looks like you are angry because you would enjoy this game but can't/won't afford a PS3.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25086423)

The only thing that works better on Xbox live is the voice chat, but I can live without that, and I am sure sony will fix it soner or later.

It really looks like you are angry because you would enjoy this game but can't/won't afford a PS3.

Yeah, I would miss hearing some 10 year old from 5 states away calling me faggot and threatening to rip my throat out when he is not busy screaming racial slurs at everybody.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

Simon (S2) (600188) | more than 5 years ago | (#25086473)

lol :)
I agree :) That's why I mute everybody right on the start of the game, problem solved :)

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25089601)

Uh, well, this game isn't being released on the 360, so you should be pretty same from all that hate. Honestly, this game is prefect for the PS3, high res textures, PSN support, and a community that is dying for the next big thing.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25089729)

Pfft 5 states? Thanks to Xbox live I get to listen to British children screeching racist slurs. Don't feel left out Austrailians, I'd mention your racist childrenn too, but they so frequently lag out it's of little note.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25087939)

creepy looking things

Sackboy is fucking adorable you jerk

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25088081)

But no, they went with the PS3.

Yeah. How dare Sony publish games for the PS3 and not for the Wii!

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25088337)

And I'm not about to burn $560 for one game.

Why would you spend $560 when the total cost of the game and a new PS3 would be $460?

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

Mia'cova (691309) | more than 5 years ago | (#25089743)

How many controllers, HDMI cables, and taxes does that $460 include again?

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25091409)

The $399.99 80GB PS3 [amazon.com] includes one DualShock 3 controller (a $45.99 value) and a composite cable (the same cable most all PlayStations have traditionally come with).

Although not necessary by any means, if you're lucky enough to own an HDTV, you can splurge $3.19 on an HDMI cable [monoprice.com] . If your HDTV only has component video, that cable [monoprice.com] is just $5.27 plus shipping.

Additional controllers (also not necessary) can be had for anywhere from $10-$40 for third-party, or $45.99 for first-party [amazon.com] .

Depending on where you live, it's free shipping and no taxes for the PS3, game, and controller on Amazon. Minimal shipping for the cable(s) from Monoprice if you need them.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

spire3661 (1038968) | more than 5 years ago | (#25096107)

Monoprice also sells a cable for approx. $12 that connects to all 3 modern consoles (PS3, 360 and Wii) with component connections

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25088379)

I'll be happy playing it on the PS3. I wasn't happy with Beautiful Katamari only on 360 but you get what you can in this world of exclusives. Hopefully the next gen is on more equal footing.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (3, Insightful)

Secret Rabbit (914973) | more than 5 years ago | (#25089837)

It'd hate to burst your bubble there buddy, but:

1) The Wii does NOT have exclusivity over casual games

2) You have no clue as to whether a reduction to SD would allow for it to fit on a DVD

3) Downloading levels, etc requires space on the console which the Wii is tragically low on

4) You've never played it, so don't comment on the controls

5) Don't bitch about it because YOU are part of the Wii community and feel like you got cheated because you don't own a PS3 as well

Sure, the game MIGHT (probably?) fit the Wii as well depending on controls. But, just because that MAY be so, doesn't mean that another type of control won't fit just as good. I mean, how many games have been on both the PS3 AND the Wii again? Get your head out of your ass. The Wii is NOT the end all be all of the consoles (even with regard to casual games).

DISCLAIMER: I own both a PS3 and a Wii.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

KDR_11k (778916) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090849)

1) The Wii does NOT have exclusivity over casual games

LBP isn't exactly a "casual" game. It's a regular game, maybe it has less GRIMDARK than most other current gen games but if that was all it took for appeal to the wide new markets then the Wii wouldn't have charged ahead this gen as all systems have that. Some people (especially developers) are way too eager to label things as "casual".

LBP seems pretty casual to me (1)

deek (22697) | more than 5 years ago | (#25099413)

LBP seems to be the kind of game that is no fuss, simple to play, and doesn't need an investment of large amounts of continuous time. That seems to match my definition for casual gaming.

You could probably pick it up and start playing from any level. Also, all level can likely be finished in less than 20 mins. The level creation aspect could suck up the time, I have no doubt. Otherwise, she looks to be pure casual goodness.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

aliquis (678370) | more than 5 years ago | (#25158263)

Like this:
http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/games/archives/images/LittleBigPlanet%20Screenshot%2063.bmp [guardian.co.uk] (BMP!!)
http://ludologia.blogs.ca.ua.pt/files/2007/04/little_big_planet2.jpg [ca.ua.pt] (overly compressed JPEG)

would look good or remotely close like this in 640x480 anyway?

The graphics quality is a huuuuuuge deal for little big planet. It looks fucking awesome and life like, the Wii would destroy that.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

revengebomber (1080189) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090013)

I know, I know!! Sony (you know, the one funding the game) should TOTALLY publish this for the Wii; it's a match made in heaven!

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25090415)

My understanding was that Sony was only publishing it, some European developer called "Media Molecule" is the ones actually funding it.

But in either case, if either entity was interested in actually making money off the game, the Wii was the console to go with. Since, like, people actually own it and this game practically screams to be a Wii title.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

xero314 (722674) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090549)

This game sounds absolutely perfect for the Wii.

I'm guessing you actually know very little about this game. This "game" is actually the most complex physics engine ever released for a video game console. Between the complexity of the highly parallel processing physics engine, and the in depth intelligent level creation (not just through pre designed fixed size tiles on the screen) you end up with a game that the Wii couldn't handle even if the resolution of the graphics was drop to that of the 8 bit era.

You are correct that the game premiss is suitable for the Wii audiance, and that the wii controls may be useful if they were anything close to accurate, but the game itself is not suitable for the actual Wii hardware.

Not to mention the release of Life with Playstation and the Beta's of Home, it's starting to look like Sony's online community is about to take a pretty huge jump in quality and content.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

KDR_11k (778916) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090827)

But the main purpose of the game is content creation, right? So obviously you'd want a console with great online community support, which the Wii doesn't quite have.

www.blastworksdepot.com [blastworksdepot.com]

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

ZorbaTHut (126196) | more than 5 years ago | (#25091259)

One objection: The Wii does not, in fact, excel at platformers. With the Wiimote held sideways, you have a single not-particularly-comfortable D-pad, two right thumb buttons, a badly-placed uncomfortable trigger under the left side of the controller, and several largely inaccessible buttons in the center. This is barely more control options than the original Nintendo had, and less than any console Nintendo has released since then.

With the Wiimote only, it is capable of platformers, if said platformers are rather simple. As an example: the Wiimote couldn't handle Braid.

With the Classic controller, or a Gamecube controller, it's pretty good. But claiming that the Wiimote "excels at platformers" is misleading at best and pure fanboy fabrication at worst.

(Disclaimer: I own all three current-generation consoles as well as all three last-generation consoles, and consider them to all be excellent consoles for their particular niche of games.)

Totally right for the PS3 (1)

deek (22697) | more than 5 years ago | (#25099323)

This game sounds absolutely perfect for the Wii. You've got an editor, which the Wii excels at with Wiimote pointing, and a platformer, which the Wii excels at with the Wiimote held sideways. This game is obviously catering to the Wii crowd.

And yet they're releasing it on the PS3?! WTF?!!

Have you seen the HD screenshots for the game? It looks fantastic! I'd certainly prefer to play this game in HD, which the Wii cannot do.

Do you know what the game is about? It's basically a platformer with a real-time physics engine, and tools to create objects in the world. It's calculating physical interactions between all in-game objects, and there are a good selection of materials to work with. The PS3 processor is perfect for this type of workload. There's also custom textures (aka stickers) that you can apply everywhere. That takes up precious RAM. For resources, the PS3 soundly beats the Wii. You just can't make the same game on another console.

But the main purpose of the game is content creation, right? So obviously you'd want a console with great online community support, which the Wii doesn't quite have. So that aspect is perfect for the Xbox 360 then!

They're trying to make LBP a community driven game. The PSN is perfect for this because it's free. People don't have to pay to participate, other than the initial game cost of course. You seriously think the Xbox360 is more perfect than this?!

But no, they went with the PS3. It has the wrong controls. It has the wrong online support. And I'm not about to burn $560 for one game.

The PS3 controls are pretty decent. They're certainly better than holding the Wiimote sideways. Online support is great.

You can buy a brand new PS3 for $400, if you're in America. Less if you buy it used. I think they may even make a LBP bundle.

You don't have to buy a PS3 just for one game. There's many other PS3 exclusives which are great, both on Bluray and PSN. I'm currently playing Uncharted, and I'm having a ball with it. It's the first time in a long time, that I've stayed up playing a game until 5am, not realising what the time was.

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

aliquis (678370) | more than 5 years ago | (#25158169)

(No, I'm not a troll or try to start a war, I thought the Wii seemed like the most interesting console before release and wishes Nintendo all luck. So don't moderate me in a retarded way like people always do when you say people they don't want to hear.)

Except Little Big Planet have always looked awesome (and is innovative) and there is no chance in hell it would look as good in SD on a Wii. And you know, other consoles can have innovative games as well. And I can't see how it would be hard to play with a normal controller either.

I really doubt the wiimote feels better as a normal controller than the PS3 controller as well, utter bullshit. More classic? Yes. More ergonomic? No.

The gamecube controller is nice though.

Life like textile and such would never look as good on the Wii.
Wii lacks poorly in the HD area and it would show. (Just like 3D games or games with lots of "light effects" looks like shit on the DS.)

Re:Totally wrong for the PS3 (1)

aliquis (678370) | more than 5 years ago | (#25158191)

.. and if I remember things right they use a lot of customization for the characters, which also looks better in HD, and "Miis" is just an absurb idea, how good do they look? Not much. I'd rather have a small rag doll designed in the way I want thank you.

poop report (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25086265)

I just took a poop. There were 4 individual chunks. They were all well formed nuggets.

LittleBigPlanet went gold! (-1, Flamebait)

Khakionion (544166) | more than 5 years ago | (#25086279)

Great! I can't wait to not play it!

Re:LittleBigPlanet went gold! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25090265)

What, you'll be too busy coming up with brilliant masterpieces like this [khakionion.com] ?

Umm... (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25087021)

so a game that looks like some 40MB freeware fills up a 40GB double-layered Blu Ray because of video tutorials Oo?

Re:Umm... (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25087127)

It gets better. This is the PS3's "make or break" game, after MGS4 completely failed in that respect and FFXIII went cross-platform.

There are no other PS3 exclusives being released for the rest the year, meaning that this game is the ONLY game that will be pushing PS3s come the holiday season. In the mean time, there are quite a few Xbox 360 exclusives (including really big ones like Fable II and Gears of War 2), and that's completely ignoring the Wii.

So this game has to be the greatest game EVAR! or the PS3 flops. There's nothing left to save it.

Re:Umm... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25089793)

You guys must be absolutely thrilled with Coffeetime Crosswords. Game over, the 360 clearly won the console wars sealing the deal with that exclusive.

Re:Umm... (1)

somersault (912633) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090305)

Strange definition of flop you have.. either that or you haven't noticed that the PS3 has been doing fine for years now, so technically it has passed the flop-or-not stage. BluRay is well established anyway, so even if no more games were available, I'd keep my PS3 as a HD media player. You need a reality check.

If I seriously cared about Xbox 'exclusives' (hint: I don't) I'd just buy an Xbox as well as my Wii and PS3. To be fair, if I didn't think Microsoft was managed by assholes, and there wasn't the RROD fiasco, and Xbox played HD movies, and actually had any interesting 'exclusives' that wouldn't be out on PC in a few months anyway, then yeah, maybe I would have considered the Xbox instead of a PS3.

Re:Umm... (1)

KDR_11k (778916) | more than 5 years ago | (#25090871)

Who can say what's a flop anymore after last gen where the Xbox was somehow considered successful (something like 24 million sales, 4 billion dollars lost) while the Gamecube was seen as a failure (21 million sold, profitable).

Re:Umm... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25090969)

The Xbox is perceived to be a smashing success by it fans because the louder and more frequently you say it, the truthier it sounds. (And if those little shits on Xbox Live know anything, it's how to do "loud".)

Re:Umm... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25092811)

Strange definition of flop you have.. either that or you haven't noticed that the PS3 has been doing fine for years now, so technically it has passed the flop-or-not stage. BluRay is well established anyway, so even if no more games were available, I'd keep my PS3 as a HD media player. You need a reality check.

The Xbox 360 has sold about twice as many units as the PS3. The Wii has sold more than twice as many. Sony is losing money on every PS3 sold, thanks to the cost of the hardware, and it's still one of the more expensive Blu-ray players on the market; if all you care about is Blu-ray, you can get a perfectly good player for half the price of a PS3.

How badly does it have to do before you consider it a flop?

Re:Umm... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25093477)

The Xbox 360 has sold about twice as many units as the PS3.

FAIL. They're currently sitting at ~20m 360/~15m PS3. lrn2 math and google

Sony is losing money on every PS3 sold, thanks to the cost of the hardware

As opposed to Microsoft, who's posting a loss because the 360 is an under-engineered piece of garbage. You're absolutely right, the PS3 is DOOMED because it wasn't gimped right out of the gate.

Re:Umm... (1)

somersault (912633) | more than 5 years ago | (#25117969)

For me to consider it a flop it would have to be selling as badly as the PSP. Selling the hardware at a loss is perfectly reasonable when they are expecting to make their money on the games (MS do this too).

For months after the PS3 came out it was actually cheaper than most dedicated Blu-ray players as well. I do care about more than just blu-rays but it's a nice bonus. Most blu-ray players won't have media centre capabilities (something I paid almost £200 for with my Squeezebox), internet browsing and excellent gaming abilities too.

I don't know anything about the market stats, but at first of course the Xbox will have sold more than the PS3 because it was out for a year or so in advance. The PS3 had a slow launch but these days it seems to be selling as much as the Xbox for any news articles I've seen (on The Register, though I don't check it that often and I don't actually care that much who is 'winning' as long as there are still decent games being released for the PS3).

Re:Umm... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#25137337)

For me to consider it a flop it would have to be selling as badly as the PSP.

The PSP is outselling the PS3 by about 2:1. Really! [kotaku.com]

So the PS3 is actually selling substantially worse than the PSP, which meets your definition of flop.

Re:Umm... (1)

somersault (912633) | more than 5 years ago | (#25149109)

Well, I don't consider them to be in the same market - put it this way, the DS is outselling the PSP 2:1 as well, and it's probably only doing that well because of recent facelifts and such? It has always done pretty badly against its main competitor, and I've seen people complaining about a lack of games etc. I also tried my cousin's one and thought the controls sucked (though my first gen DS also tended to give me cramp, and the power button was right above the d-pad resulting in me switching it off by mistake a few times :s ).

But compared to its main rival the Xbox, the PS3 is doing okay despite the Xbox having a massive amount of time to get its foot in and dominate the market, so I don't consider it to be selling 'badly' in the same way as the PSP is selling badly compared to its main rival. Anyway, as you or someone else pointed out, the machines themselves are a loss leader, it's games (and blu-ray movie) sales that are important to Sony. I know I've bought something like 10 games (that's not including downloadable content and games) and more than 10 blu-rays (including a couple of series) since buying my PS3 at the start of the year, so I think they're doing okay out of me.

Re:Umm... (1)

qzak (1115661) | more than 5 years ago | (#25106277)

There are no other PS3 exclusives being released for the rest the year, meaning that this game is the ONLY game that will be pushing PS3s come the holiday season.

I knew that had to be BS, so I looked up what I could on IGN. These aren't necessarily the only exclusives, but just the ones I can be sure of since they are published by Sony:
Wipeout HD (Sept. 25)
NBA '09(Oct. 7)
SOCOM: Confrontation(Oct. 14)
Motorstorm: Pacific Rift (Oct. 28)
Singstar V2(Oct. 28)
Resistance 2 (Nov. 4)
White Knight Chronicles is coming Dec. 25th, but is Japan only for now.
There were a few other pieces of shovelware (but exclusive shovelware!) in there too that I didn't bother.

and, Little Big Planet.

Finally (2, Interesting)

FSWKU (551325) | more than 5 years ago | (#25087131)

I've been a pretty hardline PS3 basher since before the system was even released, but I still found myself looking forward to this game. Great gameplay concept, being able to design your own levels is good for replay value, and the game itself looks absolutely beautiful. The only downside is that it's on PS3, which I swore up and down I would never buy just for one game.

Fast forward to this past March, and I'm in need of a TV and some entertainment equipment for my new place. I snag an HDTV and reluctantly get a PS3 since the format war was finally done with. I still have maybe 3 games for the thing, but it excels as a BR player and a network media center, so I'm quite happy (albiet, surprisingly so) with my purchase. The main point of all this? Now that LBP is FINALLY about to be released, I can eagerly await the release date even more since I'll actually be able to have my own copy to play. This seems to be one of the titles that, if they had released it at launch, would have sold systems like crazy. Hopefully it lives up to my lofty expectations.

Now if only the people working on White Knight Chronicles would finish the damned game already, I would be even happier.

Loser (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 5 years ago | (#25087265)

Go the fuck away loser. No one wants pieces of shit like you part of the PS3 community.

Re:Loser (1)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 5 years ago | (#25088433)

I was a PS3 owner before you and I don't recall giving you authority to decide who is and isn't welcome in our community, little bitch.
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