LittleBigPlanet pirate trailer

Shape ship.

Sony has released a new trailer for LittleBigPlanet showing off a pirate ship level.

Debuted during the Spike TV Videogame Awards yesterday, the Go! Team-accompanied 102-second short shows players customising their ship with seaweed, shells and the like before taking it for a ride.

Toward the end the cute, woolly little rag-doll characters zoom down a hill at speed, something they look slightly upset by, before barrelling into some blocks which tumble about the bows as they disembark.

Developed by British outfit Media Molecule, LittleBigPlanet sees players reshaping their environments, and past demos have seen players collaborating to overcome physics-based puzzles.

There's a heavy emphasis on user-created content, which is part of Uncle Phil's "Game 3.0" vision, and you can admire some more trailers on our LittleBigPlanet gamepage.

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