In Little Big Planet, players get to step into Sackboy's shoes and then have to traverse the various levels in order to bring the Little Big Planet creators together for a carnival of epic proportions.
You can grab a copy of the game for £9.95 from Zavvi, which might only be about 25p cheaper than the next best offer of £10.20 coming in from Tesco Entertainment, however that price requires Tesco's promotional code and we're betting that the vast majority of you will have already used that one up (although there are still a few choice deals kicking around on the site if you haven't!). As a result, the next closest deal is £11.93 from The Hut, which means that you'll be making a saving of almost £2 by picking up a copy from Choices.
This is an outstanding little platform game, filled with charm, and challenging worlds for you to make your way across. Sackboy can run, jump, and grab objects that are present in the environment, which sounds incredibly simple but the tasks that you'll have to complete using these moves are so varied that it never seems to get repetitive.
Whilst the developer created levels are great fun to explore, the highlight of Little Big Planet is the chance you get to create your own levels and you'll need to collect the prize bubbles in the main game to gain access to all of the items you can drop into your own creations. Another reason to stick to the main game before moving onto the level editor is that it gives you a good idea of how to construct a well structured environment.
Once you've come up with your new level, you can head over to the community moon and upload it to the Little Big Planet servers, whilst browsing the numerous levels that have been put up by other players, which are just sitting around waiting for you to download them.
The game provides you with a thoroughly enjoyable experience that'll definitely make the commute to the office a little bit more bearable.
Thanks to rcrutchley101 @ HUKD