LittleBigPlanet release date

Not long to go.

Sony Europe boss David Reeves has revealed that LittleBigPlanet will be released in PAL territories on 29th October.

Media Molecule's ambitious 2D-platform-game-with-physics is the Emperor Penguin of Christmas releases, with Sony grooming cover-star Sackboy as the new face of the PS3.

As well as a full single-player game, LBP's big thing is that you can make your own levels - and could actually build the entire game as it is using the tools provided, which is of course what Media Molecule did.

You'll also be able to share your creations and download other people's via PlayStation Network.

We of course completely and shamelessly love it, as you will know if you suffered through our ecstatic LittleBigPlanet E3 hands-on preview.

Check out our Sony GC Conference live report to find out what else Reeves talked about. And is still talking about, at the time of writing.

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