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Daft Punk and LittleBigPlanet fun


9:00 AM on 04.26.2009



I'm thinking that I can reasonably excuse a Daft Punk post every weekend from now on. I'm not a massive fan of the band or anything, but if opportunities pop up two weekends in a row I say that that is a sign. Daft Punk for Dtoid! This week is a whole lot less disappointing than last week as two intrepid LittleBigPlanet players (designers?) have created a bit of a Daft Punk homage in the game.

The video replicates a few of the groups best known videos and of course the women wearing robot helmets thing that went around the net for a while. To tell you the truth, I'm sure there are hundreds of awesome videos like this that deserve to get posted on the front page of awesome gaming sites like Destructoid, but I saw this one and I'm writing so this is how it's going to have to be. 






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