309w ago - Here we have a new walk-through of LittleBigPlanet, showing the lovable emotions of a dino "Sackboy", how you can give your creations away as prizes, and the game's community aspect.
LittleBigPlanet is charming. The ability to create your own physics based levels and share them among the Playstation community is an exciting prospect.
In this following Gamespot video you can see the world map where you can share your levels with the Playstation Community. The ease of finding other's levels and the ability to narrow the world map so you can share your creations with particular locations is pretty sweet.
Furthermore, Media Molecule explain how you can give away your creations as a prize. The more intricate the object, the harder you'll want to make your level so only the select few can win it. This takes creating, sharing and playing to another level.
More LittleBigPlanet footage is to come tomorrow, hopefully showing off the "Play" feature of the game.
309w ago - Sony's great white hope - the quite wonderful looking LittleBigPlanet - looks nearer to finding its way into our homes, with Sony insiders confirming they are working to get the game out in the UK for this September.
The game - which was unveiled to universal applause at last year's Games Developer Conference - is currently being developed by British company Media Molecule. It is one of the highest profile exponents of a new generation of games placing an emphasis on creativity, giving players a blank canvas to explore co-operatively and making full use of the PlayStation Network to deliver patches and user generated content. It's continued to impress at subsequent outings at E3 and the Tokyo Game Show, and if it manages to realise its lofty ambitions it could well prove to be Sony's killer app.
The September release date may be a little later than many had hoped - initial mummurings suggested the first quarter of this year - but at least it gives us something to look forward to towards the end of the year. As soon as more concrete details emerge, we'll be sure to let you know.
314w ago - Another contest is upon us- this time users can enter to win a Nintendo Wii console and a copy of Cabela's Big Game Hunter too!
To enter, simply go to: www.BigGameHunterContest.com and submit the relevant details. The contest ends on Monday, December 24th, 2007 at 11:59 PM PT.
From the link above: Your Dream Hunt is Calling!
Take an incredible adventure to the world's marquee hunting locations in pursuit of the most sought-after and exotic big game trophy animals. You will need to put your hunting skills and techniques to the test to master real-life hunting strategies and bring down legendary big game.
Along your journey you will meet hunting guides that will offer helpful hints, find unlockable hunts for birds and small game and have surprise encounters with dangerous game. Are you ready for the hunting adventure of a lifetime? :P
319w ago - Just in time for Halloween hehe.. bear, or Bigfoot?
It's furry and walks on all fours. Beyond that, about the only thing certain about the critter photographed by a hunter's camera is that some people have gotten the notion it could be a Sasquatch, or bigfoot. Others say it's just a bear with a bad skin infection.
Rick Jacobs says he got the pictures from a camera with an automatic trigger that he fastened to a tree in the Allegheny National Forest, about 115 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, hoping to photograph deer.
"We couldn't figure out what they were," Jacobs said of the images captured on Sept. 16. "I've been hunting for years and I've never seen anything like this."
He contacted the Bigfoot Research Organization, which pursues reports of a legendary two-legged creature that some people believe lives in parts of the U.S. and Canada.
"It appears to be a primate-like animal. In my opinion, it appears to be a juvenile Sasquatch," said Paul Majeta of the bigfoot group.
However, the Pennsylvania Game Commission has a more conventional opinion. Agency spokesman Jerry Feaser said conservation officers routinely trap bears to be tagged and often see animals that look like the photos.
"There is no question it is a bear with a severe...
325w ago - The first noticeable difference with the Tokyo Game Show build was the addition of a new display to house and showcase your and others' created games: a globe. All of the levels that you, your friends, or random others create appear as little patches on a big world. Although it wasn't visible in the TGS version of the game, the idea is that your world will eventually fill with patches -- some through your own doing, sure, but mainly by being populated via the network.
To help promote the game's viral nature, your world will fill up with some of the best or most popular levels from others -- but you can also apply all sorts of filters, such as to display only levels from friends, or levels above or below a certain rating, and so on. Also not implemented in the TGS version, you'll be able to zoom in and out of the globe, so as it fills with hundreds (perhaps thousands?) of levels you'll still be able to navigate through them.
Interestingly, the developers hope to see lots of players placing levels according to geography or proximity (for instance, some people may want to place levels near each other). In fact, according to the developers, the concept of the world as a hub for the game came about from LittleBigPlanet's mission of incorporating and celebrating elements of countries and cultures from around...