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Little Big Planet @ Play.com 17.99 + RAC code = £17.10 + 4% Quidco

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#1
this is one of the best games ive played for years - very innovative IMO

this is coming from an FPS fan
#2
forcephil
this is one of the best games ive played for years - very innovative IMO

this is coming from an FPS fan


It is a good game, but a lot more fun when you play with someone.
#3
Darklord
It is a good game, but a lot more fun when you play with someone.


Its a lot better when you take advantage of the camera.:oops:
#4
Darklord
It is a good game, but a lot more fun when you play with someone.


agreed, thats why me and my son play it :-D although we end up arguing because he keeps getting me killed and using all the lives
#5
Bought this the other day from DVD.co.uk for the same price. Absolutely love this game. i've been playing it quite a lot this weekend, still struggle to describe what it is though! ;-)
#6
ordered it on friday from dvd.co.uk at the same price. lookin forward to it arriving soon :D:D
#7
bought this from dvd.co.uk too but still waiting for it to arrive!
#8
I ordered it on friday (from dvd.co.uk)....was sent out for delivery yesterday so it should be here tomorrow hopefully.
banned#9
I`m still waiting for this to breach the £9.99 barrier. I don`t think this really warrants a purchase at this price still!
#10
i want this game sooooo bad! BUT i have no monies :(
#11
Throbbing Beast;4116906
I`m still waiting for this to breach the £9.99 barrier. I don`t think this really warrants a purchase at this price still!


Me too. I would like to try a demo first at least.
#12
Does this still come with the Nariko code or has that expired?
#13
sweet deal, still not convinced it's for me
#14
This game in my opinion is definately worth £17.99. it's one of the best games i own on the PS3 and is a breath of fresh air.

i honestly think this game has stuggled in a way, because it's pretty difficuly to explain what it is or categorise it.

the only way i can think of describing it is a super mario style platform game, in which you interact with the enviroment a lot and collect objects to open up more areas. The game has quite a bit of longevity for the competitive as there are leader boards for each level. you also get a completion percentage on each level depending on how many objects you collect.

To be honest, it's best to just try it. You should still get a fairly good trade value at £17.99 if you dont like it
#15
Throbbing Beast
I`m still waiting for this to breach the £9.99 barrier. I don`t think this really warrants a purchase at this price still!


A universally acclaimed title for less than a budget game and you think it's worth holding on til it's a tenner :roll:
#16
For those that have had this since launch... Am I still going to get a stonking game out of the 60+ singleplayer levels and online ones without having to create my own levels? I realise that the level creation is a big part of it and that it's easy with the tools they give but I just don't think I have the time (or real creativity) to make my own levels :)
#17
Cuddy;4118621
For those that have had this since launch... Am I still going to get a stonking game out of the 60+ singleplayer levels and online ones without having to create my own levels? I realise that the level creation is a big part of it and that it's easy with the tools they give but I just don't think I have the time (or real creativity) to make my own levels :)


I'd be interested in that too.

For me, a tenner feels 'free' so would take a punt, but I am more likely to spent £18 on a game that's more my type (FPS, Tiger or driving etc)
#18
Varsity cards, and ucas cards also get 5% off play.com :thumbsup:
#19
I would pay this price if i hadnt already got it, i was very undecided about the game before i got it, the trailers and tv ads really dont compliment the game, i played this first around my m8s house and thought it was ok, i picked up a brand spankin new copy for £3.43 from woolies on the last day, started playin this the other week and havent been off it, its really a top quality game, and for £17.99 get it.......read the reviewes online......most are around the 9.5 out of 10 mark
banned#20
Narrowboy
This game in my opinion is definately worth £17.99. it's one of the best games i own on the PS3 and is a breath of fresh air.

i honestly think this game has stuggled in a way, because it's pretty difficuly to explain what it is or categorise it.

the only way i can think of describing it is a super mario style platform game, in which you interact with the enviroment a lot and collect objects to open up more areas. The game has quite a bit of longevity for the competitive as there are leader boards for each level. you also get a completion percentage on each level depending on how many objects you collect.

To be honest, it's best to just try it. You should still get a fairly good trade value at £17.99 if you dont like it


i agree with how marrowboy has explained the game it is a platform style game, but the rtade in value of 17.99 no chance this game is quite cheap now play n dvd are doing best price elsewhere is around 20-30 most you are likely to get is 10-11 on trade in :thumbsup:
#21
Time to bite the bullet and give this a try me thinks, thanks OP
banned#22
Cuddy;4118621
For those that have had this since launch... Am I still going to get a stonking game out of the 60+ singleplayer levels and online ones without having to create my own levels?

100% Yes.
http://www.ugo.com/games/littlebigplanet-levels-top-50/
The more copies the game sells the more people there are creating levels,
The longer the game is out the better people will get at creating levels.
and so on and so forth..

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