Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves Coming to PSN in December

Sony feels bad about delaying LittleBigPlanet 2 for a lot of reasons. They missed out on having a big release for the holiday, but they also shattered the hopes and dreams of everyone who couldn’t wait to get their hands on the game before next year. Sony is making up for it though, with the announcement of Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves.

Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves is a standalone title for the Playstation Network that takes advantage of the Playstation Move controller. It offers 10 stages of dinosaur themed LittleBigPlanet shenanigans, but does not require the LittleBigPlanet disc to play. It will be available on December 14th for $5.99, but there will be a lot of opportunities to get the game for free. If you’re willing to wait, Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves will be included on the LittleBigPlanet 2 disc, and if you’re a Playstation Plus subscriber, you can download the game for free on December 7th. Sony also said, "as an extra ‘thank you,’ thousands of LittleBigPlanet supporters will receive Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves for free; stay tuned for more details as we get closer to December 7." We’ll have more on that on December 7th, obviously.

The game requires a Playstation Move controller and at least one additional player with the regular old non-glowing orb Playstation controller. Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves is a cooperative title where player one (the player with the Move controller) will be hitting switches and whatnot while the second player (the player whose controller does not have a bright glowing orb on top) does the traditional LittleBigPlanet type platforming.

Along with Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves on December 14th (or December 7th depending on what Sony has planned, or whether you’re a Playstation Plus subscriber), we can also look forward to a LittleBigPlanet 2 demo on December 21st for all Playstation Network users. Sony is really trying to make up for lost LittleBigPlanet 2 time.



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