You even have cutely adorable "Sackbots"!

Well, LittleBigPlanet 2 ( and LittleBigPlanet 1 ) have just achieved the unimaginable – both the games combined now boast a cool number of 4 million levels which are solely created by players.

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It is a widely known fact that Sony is gunning for a 10-year lifecycle for the PS3. So accordingly, the PS4 should be out sometime around 2016. On the other hand, Microsoft hasn’t said anything about the prospective release date for the Xbox 720 which is rumoured to be in development. If you’re wondering why the topic of this discussion is the release schedule of the next-generation consoles, it’s because DICE is already looking forward to making bleeding edge graphics games on them.

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First FIFA 12 Screenshots Out

Posted: April 13, 2011 in News
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After the monumentally successful FIFA 11 ( it goes so far that it’s the fastest selling sports game ever ) EA is now coming out with another title in the FIFA franchise – ( quite predictably ) FIFA 12.

Here are the two latest screenshots of FIFA 12, for your viewing pleasure:

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For those you who haven’t heard of Batman: Arkham City ( the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum ), watch this:

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"ZOMG! A TROPHY! LET'S GET 'EM ALL!"

In July 2008, with firmware update 2.40 Sony introduced the concept of Trophies. They were a way of tracking one’s accomplishments in any given game. Quintessentially, for gamers it meant bragging rights. Sony quite obviously made it mandatory for all developers to integrate the Trophy system in every game they made for the PS3.

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E3 is fast approaching, and will be as exciting as ever before – now that DICE has stated that “E3 is probably a good time to keep your ears open” for news on the game’s multiplayer.

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You can be doubly sure that when Valve bundled the Portal as more of a filler in the Orange Box, they never expected it to blow up the way it actually did. Nor did they expect it to amass such a massive, passionate and loyal fan-following.

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