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This game is one of the better ones out on Vita at the moment. It provides all the fun of the PS3 version but adds touch-screen elements and the ability to take photos and incorporate them into your worlds. The story is good and, although it's not very long, with the vast number of levels created by other people out there the main doesn't need to be too long.
I think LittleBigPlanet is the best Vita game so far.
If you're a fan of Little Big Planet and you have a Vita, then you need to get this. It has all the fun of the previous versions in a tiny cartridge. The touch screen controls and Vita cameras can be used in the 'create' mode to help with building levels or items. It's a must have title.
Little Big Planet seemed to have always been a perfect fit for a handheld, particularly one as robust as the Vita. Vita controls it flawlessly with the additions of a touch screen, both on the front and back, and two analogue sticks which is perfect for a platform like this. Very clever controls and they're a joy to use. The game itself is brilliant. There are lots of collectibles which adds to the re-playability, most of which needs to be collected with 2 and 4 players. Online, the community is not great at the moment, but as more players get used to creating awesome levels, creators from previous games will eventually come over too. Overall, the game is well worth your money. It's perfectly suited to the handheld, and it feels amazing to have Little Big Planet in your hands. I would highly recommend it.