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LittleBigplanet screens are looking hot on PS Vita

Aug 18 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

Some new screenshots for LittleBigPlanet on the PlayStation Vita have squirted out of Gamescom, and they're looking quite pretty indeed. Really reminds me of the time when I thought the Game Boy's collection of black blocks on a green background were impressive. To think we've got games like this now. 

Handheld gaming has indeed come a long way, even if some developers think it's almost dead. Dead or not, LittleBigPlanet looks undebiably gorgeous, so I certainly hope we get a few more years from dedicated gaming handhelds yet.

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