"Each week the data-miners in our IT department here at Sackboy Central send us a big spreadsheet full of numbers. Some of the numbers mention stuff like “concurrency” and “peak measures”, which are all very nice, although not, for the most part, tremendously exciting. But there is one number in particular that we’ve always kept a close eye on: the number of levels uploaded by the LittleBigPlanet community. And this week, that number became awesome indeed. The community has now uploaded over one million levels."
It's a great milestone for Sony and Media Molecule, as well as a testament to the game's creative potential. While there are numerous things that bug me about LittleBigPlanet as a single-player game, its content creation aspect is awesome.
I know that opinions on LittleBigPlanet are pretty split among readers of TheFeed. Does this latest news change the way you feel about the game? For those of you that are still on the fence about it, does having one-million levels to try make you want to buy it?