If you own a Playstation Vita, chances are you're feeling a bit lonely lately, as far as games go. Thankfully, you can count on Sony and LittleBigPlanet Vita to make your new handheld happy, and to make you happy too in the process. This whole new episode in the series is indeed the must-have we hoped it would be, with great art style and graphics, fantastic music and solid gameplay. So unless you've never managed to enjoy the franchise, this is a game you don't want to miss, not because there aren't many releases on the Vita, but because it simply is very good. Story mode may not be long (about 5 hours or so) but there is an arcade mode with 5 games included (see trailer below), there are also optional mini-games in the story mode and of course, the infinite number of creations of the community which will eventually pop out in the weeks to come.
@Tiz: Agree. People want to punish others well implement methods because of EA stupidity. (46 minutes ago)
EA lost their minds and went full greed. $60 buy-in with P2W microtransactions, and an unholy grind? I'm not surprised by the pushback but it's impossible to tar everything with the same brush. (52 minutes ago)
If you don't have the time but want the stuff, then you pay. If you do have the time and want the stuff, then you grind. (54 minutes ago)
I think this whole thing is being blown out of proportion. EA over-stepped with BF2, but the method to unlocking stuff in most games is fine based on a time vs money scenario. (55 minutes ago)
This is a stupid move by ESA. They are now distancing themselves more and more from their customers. They are spitting in their faces. Apparently the signal to EA wasn't clear enough. (1 Hour ago)
And now Australia sees lootboxes as gambling. You know who doesn't? ESA, the entertainment software association which is EA, Activision, Ubisoft, Sony, Nintendo, MS... (1 Hour ago)
@crookedmind: what? How did you come to that conclusion? (3 Hours ago)