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LittleBigPlanet PSP officially dated for November


7:00 PM on 10.04.2009
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If there is one thing I can always have more of (and there isn't, there are many things) it's more LittleBigPlanet. I don't own a PSP though, so more LBP is not coming my way any time soon. For those of you who do own a PSP or possibly one of those new fangled PSPgos (PSPgoes?) there is now an official date for the game's release. That day is... wait for it... wait for it... Nov. 17. That's about as far as I can drag this out.

However, thanks to Hamza "I Change Boring Pictures" Aziz's recent editorial change of a previous post I've decided to make this post as exciting as possible with a totally unrelated image of Obama punching a zombie in the face. How's that? Exciting enough for you? Bet you didn't know the President could kill zombies with his bare hands. Since I know you're going to ask and we like to source our awesome images, it's by Tina Seamonster. She makes with the awesome.






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