Three promising kart racing games but only one of them stars Ulala, your Xbox Live Avatar, and Wreck-It Ralph.
Sackboy and friends put aside their platforming roots in favor of lean, mean, homemade machines. The result is a stand-out kart racer with enough tweaks and customization to make it play almost exactly the way you want.
Consumer-information-tracking firm Nielsen researched customer anticipation for games this holiday and found that we just want more of the same.
LittleBigPlanet Vita becomes something more than the sum of its parts, adding touch control and refined platforming to the vibrant universe the first two games created. This mix of Vita hardware and LittleBigPlanet universe is compelling enough; just wait until the Community world builders get a hold of it.
Ready for the race? Beta signups for LittleBigPlanet Karting go live, giving an early glimpse into the user-crafted tracks, weapons, and karts of the upcoming racer.