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Game Description:Doing for kart racers what LittleBigPlanet did for platforming games, this fast, fun, physics-happy racing title lets players fully customize everything from characters to vehicles to tracks. Thanks to the game's intuitive creation tools, players will be able to create tracks and races in mere minutes. Players can then share their levels with other PlayStation 3 users via the PlayStation Network, and race them against friends in online multiplayer.
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