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LittleBigPlanet Portable Previews - PSP

Game Description: The game that revolutionized user generated content for consoles makes the jump to the PSP. Join Sackboy and his adorable friends as they embark on an all new adventure, with new puzzles to solve and new levels to explore. The game features the same create, play, share philosophy of the original, allowing players to build their own levels and play them with friends.
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