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Japan gets a Piposaru Sackboy for LittleBigPlanet first-print discs

10:22 AM on 10.23.2008 // Dale North
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The Japanese PS3 gamers that manage to get their hands on a first-print copy of LittleBigPlanet will also be able to get their own Piposaru Sack Boy.

One of my favorite characters to come out of the Sony camp is the crazy-assed, mind-scrambled monkey Piposaru, of Ape Escape fame.  He now joins the ranks of Kratos, Sephiroth, and many others as the newest Sackboy. This Japanese PlayStation page says that the first-run disc preorders of LBP will get PiposaruBoy and a cute little Sackboy keychain as a bonus.

I hope we'll see Piposaru in the U.S. in the future. Something tells me we'll have plenty to choose from via DLC.

Bonus: Did you know that Ape Escape (Saru Get You! in Japan) has some of the most wacky commercials ever? I put a couple of my favorites after the jump.

[Thanks, GLDC]







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